Top 5 popular E-sports games

Top 5 popular E-sports games

1. “Dungeon and Warrior”

“Dungeon and Warriors” is a free role-playing 2D game developed by Korean online game company NEOPLE. It was published by Samsung Electronics and officially released in South Korea in August 2005. China is distributed by Tencent Games. The เกมส์Esport is a 2D scroll-style horizontal version of the fighting and clearing online game, which inherits a large number of features of many home machine and arcade 2D fighting games. Focusing on the growth of task-guided characters, combined with dungeons, PVP, and PVE as supplements, it has the same equipment and level changes as other online games and has a total of more than 500 equipment items. Each character has 8 props and equipment positions. In the game, up to 4 players can be allowed to team up to challenge the level, as well as 4 vs 4 PK.

2. “Glory of the King”

“King of Glory” is a MOBA mobile game developed and run by Tencent Games and operated on Android and IOS platforms. It was officially tested on Android and IOS platforms on November 26, 2015. The pre-game name is “Hero Battle Traces, “Alliance of Kings”. The European and American versions of “Arena Of Valor” and “King of Glory” will be released on the Nintendo Switch platform in 2018. The game is a Dota-like mobile game. The gameplay is based on competitive battles. Players can engage in 1V1, 3V3, 5V5, and other methods of PVP battles. They can also participate in the game’s adventure mode and enter the PVE mode to satisfy After the conditions, you can participate in game qualifying and so on.

3. “League of Legends”

“League of Legends” is a hero battle MOBA competitive online game developed by Riot Games and operated by Tencent Games in mainland China. There are hundreds of individual heroes in the game and has a ranking system, rune system, and other characteristic development systems. “League of Legends” is also committed to promoting the development of global e-sports. In addition to linking various divisions to develop professional leagues and building an e-sports system, it also holds “Mid-Season Championships”, “Global Finals”, and “All-Star All-Star Games” every year. The three world-class events have won the love of hundreds of millions of players and formed their own unique e-sports culture.

4. “Warcraft 3”

“Warcraft” is a real-time strategy stand-alone game like Animalia survival game produced by Blizzard Entertainment in the United States. Reign of Chaos (original version) was released in July 2002. The latest official expansion is “Warcraft 3: The Frozen Throne”. Players can choose to control four races in “Warcraft 3”. Among them, Humans and Orc appeared in the predecessor “Warcraft 2 Kuroshio”, and the other two are new races, namely Night Elf (NightElf) and Undead (Undead).

5. “Counter-Strike”

“Counter-Strike” is a shooting series game developed by Valve in the summer of 1999. The founders are Jess Cliff and “Goose Man” Li Ming. They later entered Valve with the game. The early stage of the game was a game module of the game “Half-Life”, and later it became an independent game. “Counter-Strike” divides players into two teams: the “Counter-Strike” camp and the “Terrorist” camp. Each team must fight multiple rounds on a map. The way to win the round is to achieve the goal required by the map or to eliminate the enemy player. There are 6 modes in the game, “Explosive Mode”, “Hostage Rescue Mode”, “Assassination Mode”, “Escape Mode”, and “Arsenal Mode” was added in the later period. Among them, “Counter-Strike: Operation Zero” has plot missions.

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