North Texas has played a major role in the gaming industry for more than two decades. Here’s a curated list of our esports and gaming news — leading off with a bit of history to get you started.
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North Texas has stayed on top of the gaming industry through regeneration, according to writer Sarah Bennett. And, at its core, the Dallas area’s role in the world of gaming starts with one man: John Carmack, the legendary developer who co-founded id Software.
Dallas became a hub of the early PC gaming movement in the 1990s, with studios like Id Software (Doom) and 3D Realms (Duke Nukem) …
Dallas-Fort Worth pillars in esports talk about the industry’s rise — and how North Texas fits into the mix — at LaunchPad City.
OpTic Gaming is expanding its reach in the esports world by teaming up with Texas Rangers co-owner and Summer Energy CEO Neil Leibman …
North Texas has played a major role in the gaming industry for more than two decades.
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