Big news for the Minnesota ROKKR: After a disappointing start to the year, the esports team is signing Havok, a star player from the top Challengers team Texas Nation.
This weekend, Minnesota ROKKR is hosting the Call of Duty Major II tournament at Mystic Lake Casino. Teams from around the world began competing in front of 5,000 people on Thursday and will continue through Sunday.
The Minnesota ROKKR will start the Call of Duty League Major II Tournament in the Loser's bracket.after a deflating loss Saturday versus the New York Subliners.
"It's never chalked": For the second time in Major II qualifiers, the Minnesota ROKKR pulled out a reverse sweep, this time taking down the LA Thieves, 3-2.
The small town of Nisswa, Minnesota is home to only about 2,000 people, but one of the locals is quickly gaining global popularity.
Meet "Almxnd." The video game streamer from Minnesota has quickly become one of the best Call of Duty Warzone players on the planet.
The Call of Duty League is returning to Minnesota as the ROKKR announced plans on Wednesday for the league's second major tournament.
The Minnesota ROKKR pulled out an improbable win on Sunday as they kicked off the regular season against the rebranded Optic Texas.
Meet the newest esports team in Minnesota. Version1 is adding "VersionX", an all-women Valorant team that will join the American circuit of the Verizon VCT Game Changers.
Kiara "Milkyway" Blue Kukilakilaokalani Makua, a member of Minnesota's newest esports team VersionX -- a Valorant squad -- speaks with FOX 9 as the team starts competition.
After a miraculous comeback to win the Stage V Championship, the Minnesota ROKKR have their sights set on another trophy as Championship Weekend gets underway.
The Minnesota ROKKR won a major championship on Sunday in incredible fashion, coming back from a 0-4 deficit to win in a reverse sweep.
Randy Fitzgerald has made a career out of video games despite being a quadriplegic. Now, his success and efforts are paving the way for more accessibility in the gaming world.
College sports is coming back to gaming consoles as part of the EA Sports franchise, although a launch date hasn’t been set.
Minnesota’s Call of Duty e-sports team, Minnesota ROKKR, return to action on Saturday, but for different bragging rights.
The biggest esports event ever to take place in the Midwest is underway this weekend in Minnesota.
Twelve teams and 10,000 fans crowded into the Armory in Minneapolis on Friday for the biggest e-sports event ever in the Midwest.
Minnesota Rokkr headquarters is officially up and running just in time for this weekend's Call of Duty league launch weekend, which kicks off Friday.
Minnesota Røkkr, the new professional esports team, will make its competitive debut and host the first-ever Call of Duty League tournament at the Armory in Minneapolis on January 24-26.
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