About Esports Tales, You, and Us
About Esports Tales
There are already many esports websites, so why did you create Esports Tales?
Indeed, the web doesn’t lack sources for esports news and coverage, but we want to be different. While not neglecting everyday news, we wish to produce also more content requested by the community:
- Ideas, builds, tactics, and strategies used by casual and pro players.
- The opinions of players and casters.
- The trends of the moment.
Update: After evaluating all your feedback in the past months, I have concluded that from now onwards we will write less "conventional" news and more analytical pieces. Keep us updated with your preferences!
We know that some players are excited about esports, while others just like the game. Here comes to play the “You”. Over time, we will give less weight to the least loved content, and focus our attention on what you really want.
On Esports Tales you will find articles and news for every taste. We will also release features such as builds, guides, analysis, data, from both competitive and pub games.
We are always open to new ideas, so if you have any suggestions, please do contact us through the website module or using our socials.
Our website is mobile friendly and can scale up to almost any size. The ratio of your screen doesn't matter as it will use all the space available to offer an immersive viewing experience.
Initial Content and Goals
At first, Dota 2 and CS:GO will be our main topics, but afterwards we hope to expand our coverage to multiple games. There are many titles that can be competitive even without multiple tournaments at year.
For example, we love PUBG! Even if the game doesn’t have a well-established competitive scene yet, it is fun and with great developers that listen to the community: as gamers we want to support it.
My name is Vincenzo, and I am from Bari in south Italy. Here esports aren’t widespread yet, particularly Dota 2.
My journey in esports started 5 years ago with a blog, available in both Italian and English: its purpose was sharing the esports culture.
I started with Dota 2 guides and analytical articles, and then moved on multiple games. My most loved series was the Competitive Hero Tier List, published monthly for several years. Also thanks to its success I received my first sponsorship, and afterwards the first paid jobs.
I worked and covered tournaments for DreamHack, FACEIT and 2P, and in the past 2 years I have been the head editor for Natus Vincere.
Due to time restraints, the series were stopped over two years ago, but this past summer I revived some of them. Many readers remembered my old articles and asked to publish them regularly again. You can imagine my joy!
I started writing because of my love for esports, and 5 years later your own comments led to the development of this website. Things changed, so this isn’t a blog anymore, but a full-fledged website that I hope you will enjoy.