Splatoon doesn't often get a heavy spotlight in the world of eSports but with the announcement of Nintendo Switch, minds have been buzzing with the possibility of pro Splatoon.
Red Bull eSports dove into the community at large to talk about what competitive play has been like since the game's release, and what it might look like in the future.
Check out the full article over on Red Bull!Within their three-and-a-half minute trailer detailing the new console, the final seconds caught the attention of eSports fans. Two teams head into a massive stadium to face off in a match of Splatoon, bringing their systems to the fight. It’s exciting enough to have Nintendo officially, if in a small way, recognize the importance of eSports in the gaming landscape. However, despite Splatoon’s strong reception and addictive competitive experience, the game never saw mainstream success in eSports. We chatted Allen Williams of EndGameTV, a prolific tournament organization company in Splatoon, to talk about how the game’s competitive history — and what the future may hold.