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  1. 'I want to be clear: our relationships in China had no influence on our decision,' Blizzard's president said in the Friday statement, which defends the company's suspension of an esports player for calling for the liberation of Hong Kong during a live stream.
  2. 'We serve fans from many different countries and cultures, and we believe this opportunity comes with a responsibility to keep personal views on sensitive issues (political, religious, or otherwise) separate,' League of Legend esports head said on Friday.
  3. If you want to play classic video games, but don't want to deal with low resolution, awkward analog video connections, and wiggling cartridges to get the pins to connect just right, check out these modern systems.
  4. Ignore your parents' short-sighted college advice. If you dream of becoming a professional video game player, start getting good with these 13 excellent esports games. These titles have the official tournaments that can launch you on your quest for gaming glory.
  5. September's games list was unusually large, with 14 new releases. October's list is shorter, but it's just as sweet, and the Nintendo Switch gets a lot of love.
  6. There are tons of great GameCube games, but if you want the best of the best, or you're exploring Nintendo's console for the first time, here's where to start.
  7. Elevate your game with a gaming monitor that plays as hard as you do. These are the key things to look for in a gaming display, along with our top-ranked models. We've got deep-dive reviews of the best gaming monitors on the market.
  8. Downloading the new Rockstar Games Launcher for Windows gets you a free copy of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas for a limited time.
  9. Apple's $4.99 per month game service launches this week and will offer more than 100 new and exclusive titles for both casual commuters and hardcore gamers. We got a sneak peek and played some games.
  10. The legal action represents Nintendo's latest attempt to crack down on ROM sites, which offer unauthorized copies of the company's games.