Innovative partnership with GAMURS

Legacy Esports and the Adelaide Football Club have established a partnership with GAMURS Group, a leading esports media network, to begin testing a new artificial intelligence (AI) technology that targets esports and gaming. It’s an ideal partnership for two organisations that are leading the way in Australian esports. GAMURS strives to inform, educate and entertain the global gaming community. Its flagship brand, Dot Esports, is the premier worldwide news outlet covering esports and will soon be the largest single hub for esports data in the world. The company’s new AI software, Gamer AI, uses a combination of artificial intelligence and machine learning to predict win rates and refine team combinations, as well as overall strategy. GAMURS will provide the technology to Legacy Esports, and Legacy’s teams and players will have access to the technology. Legacy will use Gamer AI on a trial basis to evaluate how the software benefits its…

Legacy at MEO

Legacy Esports will have a strong presence at the Melbourne Esports Open on the weekend, with fans having plenty of opportunities to support and meet the players. Our CS:GO team will be playing in the eXTREMESLAND ANZ qualifiers live on the Saturday at MEO, with the possibility to progress through to the finals on Sunday. On Saturday, CS:GO will be at the ESL Tournament Zone at Margaret Court Arena from 11am-7pm, while the finals will start at 2pm on Sunday. DonB is competing at MEO as well, in the Super Smash Bros Open Competition. He also will be found in the ESL Tournament Zone, from 11am on Sunday. Though Legacy just missed out on making the grand final of OPL Split Two, which is being played at Rod Laver Arena at 2pm on Sunday, fans will still get the chance to see some players at the event. Claire and Raid…

OPL Split Two Gauntlet – Recap

After a spectacular gauntlet run, Legacy’s season in the Oceanic Pro League has been brought to an end in the preliminary finals by their old rivals, Chiefs Esports Club. Only managing to sneak into the finals gauntlet in fifth place, Legacy started the climb at the very bottom of the gauntlet, facing across from their AFL rivals, the Bombers. In what would become a recurring theme for the gauntlet, superstars Claire and Mimic played well, but it was Decoy, Only, and Raid that would shine brightest for the team. In the series against the Bombers, Decoy played Rakan in all three matches and blew them away with some spectacular engages, while his partner in crime Raid picked up kill after kill on Swain in games two and three. Knocking the Bombers out in a clean 3-0 sweep, Legacy then progressed to take on Melbourne super team, ORDER. Despite coming into the…

Three Overwatch changes

Samuel ‘Caramelkoala’ Wood is one of three players who have departed Legacy’s Overwatch team after Season Two of Overwatch Contenders 2018. An original member of the team Legacy picked up at the beginning of 2018, Caramelkoala, who was one of Legacy’s best players all year, is seeking a fresh start. Caramelkoala said that he got a lot out of his time at Legacy. “It has been a great experience working with Legacy over the past two seasons of Contenders, unfortunately we didn’t make LAN but I’m sure they can make it in the future with positive change,” Caramelkoala said. “I will miss playing with this team a lot, having made some great friends. Special thank you to Legacy for all the opportunities you have given to me.” Overwatch captain Isabella ‘Straawbella’ Chan said Caramelkoala will be missed. “It’s been great having Caramelkoala on the team since the beginning, he has…