Welcome to Compete, a joint venture between Deadspin and Kotaku dedicated to covering the best, worst, dumbest, most thrilling, most interesting, and, generally, the most stupefying—in the better and worse senses of the word—in esports and competitive gaming. We’re just getting started here, but hope to make this a…
Kotaku and Deadspin are teaming up to cover esports, and we’re looking for some fresh talent to help make it happen.
Time to take a look back at our most popular posts of 2016. We have our own thoughts about what our best posts were, but these are the ones that brought in the most readers.
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Finish up your work week by browsing the 16 most popular videos on Deadspin in 2015. As in years past, videos that are Not Safe For Work dominate the list. What a contradiction!
Time to take a look back at our most popular posts of 2015. We have our own thoughts about what our best posts were, but these are the ones that brought in the most readers.
Jude Legiste, a dorm director at University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, has been reprimanded after sending a sexually explicit article about helping women reach sexual climax to the nearly 300 students who live in his hall, with the subject line, “You Gone Learn Today!!”
Deadspin turns 10 years old today; we’re proud of what our site has done, even though we’ll look like self-aggrandizing assholes if we talk about it. It’s hard, when you’re working here every day, to think of the stories that have really stood out, or stood in for other ones that stood out, so we asked the editors of…
I was terrified my first night writing for Deadspin. I wanted direction: somebody to tell me what to write about, how to write about it, and then to edit it when I was done. Instead, I was thrown into the deep end and basically told "if you see something interesting write about it, or don't, whatever." I didn't know…
According to a report from Capital New York, Deadspin deputy editor and weird cereal fetishist Tim Marchman will be named the site's editor-in-chief, replacing the departing Tommy Craggs.
Time to take a look back at our most popular posts of 2014. We have our own thoughts about what our best posts were, but these are the ones that brought in the most readers.
It's tricky to argue about what something's worth, because there's rarely an objective answer. A few baseball teams are currently debating whether Pablo Sandoval, a charming fat man who hits very well in the playoffs and a bit above average the rest of the time, is worth $90 million dollars for the next five years.…
The opinions held by many women about Blake Lively's new lifestyle URL Preserve could probably be boiled down to calling it a "silly blog for rich ladies." But the site also boasts a growing section of items for men. Who are these men and what do they think of Gwyneth 2.0's prospects of success?
Goddamnit, you guys.
This past August, the Cleveland Browns unveiled their newly renovated training facility to the local press. The four-month, $5 million project to transform the Browns' home into a mid-grade, mid-2000s, middle-management expo featured, among other things, a series of inspirational quotations on the walls. Almost all of…
Once feared, now largely forgotten, the gyroball retains a stubborn hold on the baseball imagination. Perhaps Red Sox closer Koji Uehara can put the pitch to rest:
You think WWE Superstar Chris Jericho's led a quirky career? That's a major understatement. Check the dude's bio: former WWE Heavyweight Champion, lead singer of hard-rockin' headbangers Fozzy, Dancing with the Stars contestant and, my favorite, he played mercenary Frank Korver in MacGruber. And now, Jericho has taken…