Spacestation Gaming is an American esports organization with teams competing in Smite, Rainbow Six: Siege, Brawlhalla and PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG), Fortnite, Gears of War and Paladins. Their headquarters can be found in Layton, Utah.
Shaun “Shonduras” McBride, an avid Smite player and enthusiast, founded his organization in 2017 with an eye towards producing gaming content to stand out in the esports community. This approach has proven fruitful across numerous games while garnering loyal fan support.
Rainbow Six: Siege
Rainbow Six: Siege has quickly become one of the most beloved team-focused first-person shooters since it debuted in 2014. Since then, however, significant modifications have taken place which may displease some players while appealing to others.
Startlingly, this game places less of an emphasis on shooting than its predecessors, instead putting greater weight on tactics – knowing when and how to breach reinforced walls, dismantle defender gadgets or use cameras to find enemies is of vital importance here.
Intelligence sharing is also key. Every operator possesses their own gadget, enabling them to work together toward reaching or holding an objective.
At its heart, the game’s greatest joy lies in when multiple players coordinate a coordinated attack on an objective. From breaching reinforced walls and creating new doors to setting off Fuse’s barrage of explosives to force defenders to activate Lion’s motion-detection drone or simply working together ambush enemies – every moment is truly rewarding!
Halo 5: Guardians
Halo 5: Guardians marks Microsoft’s inaugural major game designed exclusively for Xbox One, featuring 15 Campaign missions where Spartan Locke must locate Master Chief; Arena 4-on-4 multiplayer matches; and Warzone, an innovative 12-on-12 matchmaking experience.
Gameplay feels very much like its predecessors in this franchise, featuring smooth shooting mechanics and engaging vehicular combat; however, with several key twists that will stand out. You can now climb surfaces you jump onto to get around, charge into enemies with charging tackles or use ground pound attacks – expanding both movement and attack options beyond its predecessors.
This game also introduces a brand-new REQ system whereby you can earn weapons, armour and special abilities by competing in Arena and Warzone games. REQ packs can be earned fairly by simply playing, providing another way to enhance your collection.
PUBG is one of the most beloved battle royale games ever created and boasts an immense fan base. Acknowledging this fact, many have even credited it with revolutionizing video game playback habits.
Though PUBG remains immensely popular, its implementation as an esport is challenging. Each match in PUBG typically features 100 players – this presents numerous logistical hurdles to managing players effectively and creating compelling narratives around them.
An integral component of esports is creating engaging storylines for average viewers – something which PUBG makes particularly difficult due to each game being unique and its many players.
Luckily, PUBG provides some tools to assist its players. Chief among these is PUBG Lookup, allowing you to quickly view both season and lifetime stats as well as information from each match you played recently and see the results.
Brawlhalla, a free 2D fighting game, offers an enjoyable and straightforward platform fighting experience with its similar style to Super Smash Bros. Additionally, its Legend characters each boast their own weapon mode and move set for even further customization of gameplay.
Players select their Legend and battle other players onstage in an effort to knock them off the stage and score coins and experience points, which can then be used to level up either your account or your Legends. Success onstage earns coins and experience points which can then be put toward further improving them or your account as well.
Brawlhalla stands out from its peers in this genre by not requiring paid subscriptions; thus enabling players to enjoy its free gameplay without worrying about pay-to-win advantages. Furthermore, it boasts a strong community with dedicated fans ensuring its continued success as an open 2D fighter game.