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HLTV Releases ELEAGUE Premier 2018 List Of EVPs

HLTV Releases ELEAGUE Premier 2018 List Of EVPs

Esports News – Astralis and their MVP Nicolai “dev1ce” Reedtz, demonstrated their solid superiority in the CSGO scene after winning the ELEAGUE Premier 2018 in Atlanta, Georgia. 2018 is theirs and theirs alone, even the powerful roster of Team Liquid, Natus Vincere, and Cloud9 couldn’t stop them. But if dev1ce is the MVP this year, Keep reading...

ENCE Esports Victorious At Finnish Championships 2018

ENCE Esports Victorious At Finnish Championships 2018

Esports News – ENCE esports, a team completely made up of Finnish players, have won the ASUS ROG Finnish Championships 2018 after beating HAVU Gaming 2-1 in the grand final (14-6 on Dust2, 16-2 on Nuke, and 25-23 on Mirage). This is an impressive level-up from their disappointing ranks during their previous Europe Minor Championship Keep reading...

Two-Time MVP dev1ce Shares Astralis’ Latest Standings

Two-Time MVP dev1ce Shares Astralis’ Latest Standings

Esports News – Nicolai “dev1ce” Reedtz is the recipient of ELEAGUE Premier CSGO 2018 MVP medal, a product of Astralis’ victory after defeating Team Liquid in the grand finals. This is dev1ce’s second MVP performance, pushing his name on top of the rating standings. He now holds the following record: 1.44 rating, +75 KDD, and Keep reading...

Astralis Takes Down Liquid To Win ELEAGUE CSGO Premier

Astralis Takes Down Liquid To Win ELEAGUE CSGO Premier

Esports News – Team Astralis wrapped up the ELEAGUE CSGO Premier 2018 by beating Team Liquid in a two-map series (16-5 on Inferno and 16-12 on Nuke). It took them 2 hours to end the game while the other end didn’t make this victory easy for Astralis. Each team traded wins at halftime, with one tie at 11 Keep reading...

CSGO Asia Minor Viewer’s Guide

CSGO Asia Minor Viewer’s Guide

Esports News – The third of the four Minors for the FACEIT Major: London 2018 is set to begin today, July 16 at the Twickenham Stadium in England. It is the Asia Minor Championship and features 8 teams competing to qualify for the Major’s New Challengers Stage—succeeding the Americas Minor and CIS Minor, and preceding the Europe Keep reading...

S1mple Bags ESL One Cologne MVP Award – His Fifth This Year

S1mple Bags ESL One Cologne MVP Award – His Fifth This Year

Esports News – For the fifth time this year and seventh in total, Aleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev is once again the recipient of the Most Valuable Player (MVP) award by HLTV.org and Betway. The award, this time, is from Natus Vincere’s win at the recent ESL One Cologne 2018 held at Lanxess Arena in Germany. Consistent Keep reading...

Finland’s HAVU Gaming Wins NESA 2018

Finland’s HAVU Gaming Wins NESA 2018

Esports news – Finish team HAVU Gaming is quite the talk of the town this week. The team won the trophy at this year’s Nordic Esports Academy (NeSA) tournament, beating Superjymy in a 2-0 victory (Dust2 16-14, Mirage 16-13) in the grand final. This is yet another major victory for the team after placing 1st Keep reading...

Team Liquid Secures ZOTAC Cup Masters CSGO Slot

Team Liquid Secures ZOTAC Cup Masters CSGO Slot

Esports News – With the ZOTAC Cup Masters Americas Regional Finals starting to heat up in Santa Ana, ZOTAC have announced the next invited team to the world finals in Hong Kong. The recent addition to the line-up is Team Liquid, the leading multiregional professional esports organization based in the Netherlands. They are now the Keep reading...

A Complete Viewer’s Guide to ESL One: Cologne 2018

A Complete Viewer’s Guide to ESL One: Cologne 2018

Esports News – ESL One: Cologne is the fifth and most-prestigious CSGO major event of the year. The tournament is just around the corner and will return to Germany’s LANXESS Arena for another battle. A total of 16 CSGO teams go head to head against each other to get the biggest portion of the $300,000 USD prize pool Keep reading...

French Team LDLC Brings Home PMU 2018 Title

French Team LDLC Brings Home PMU 2018 Title

Esports News – Out of all the 4 teams competing online in Europe’s PMU Challenge 2018, only LDLC remained on top to bring home the title. The French team took down the German-Danish team Sprout in the grand final with a 2-1 victory. The breakdown is as follows: 8-16 on Train, 16-9 on Inferno, and 16-2 Keep reading...