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Roster Construction Featuring Pro CS:GO Teams

Roster Construction Featuring Pro CS:GO Teams

Esports News – There are so many reasons CS:GO teams end up disbanding, and one of the biggest culprits involves the team’s active roster. Productivity and efficiency can significantly impact the overall performance of the team, so it’s important to include the best players in one basket. But beyond that, teams should also consider the right timing Keep reading...

Cloud9 Lists Mousesports’ Sunny As Potential Fifth Player

Cloud9 Lists Mousesports’ Sunny As Potential Fifth Player

Esports News – CSGO top-tier team Cloud9 announced the departure of pro player Jordan ‘Zellsis’ Montemurro yesterday after the team’s exit from the IEM Katowice 2019 Major tournament. Not even a day in, the team started generating buzz by teasing the addition of mousesports star Miikka ‘suNny’ Kemppi as a potential new fifth player. Cloud Keep reading...

The Biggest CSGO Upsets of 2018

The Biggest CSGO Upsets of 2018

Esports News – 2018 highlighted some of the best CSGO tournaments the world had ever seen. Month after month, premier and major events are held at big stages, featuring this generation’s outstanding teams. However, it wasn’t the top-tier CSGO teams that concluded 2018 with a bang—it was the underdogs. WESG 2018 The Word Electronic Sports Games (WESG) 2018 Keep reading...

Fnatic Wins PLG Grand Slam in Abu Dhabi

Fnatic Wins PLG Grand Slam in Abu Dhabi

Esports News – Team Fnatic clinches the “W” once again in one of the final competitive CSGO events of the year by claiming the PLG Grand Slam title in Abu Dhabi. The CSGO team emerged victorious from their battle against G2 esports on Dust2 (16-11) and Mirage (16-14). Tournament recap Fnatic beat Forze, while G2 Esports overcomes Keep reading...

Astralis Becomes First-Ever Team To Win The Intel Grand Slam

Astralis Becomes First-Ever Team To Win The Intel Grand Slam

Esports News – History is made as Astralis becomes the first-ever CSGO team to win the Intel Grand Slam (IGS) and its $1 million prize pool after dominating all the ESL Pro League Season 8 Finals. The title is awarded to any CSGO team that wins four Intel or ESL events in a span of 10 Keep reading...

Sonic and T.c On Bravado’s DreamHack Winter Run

Sonic and T.c On Bravado’s DreamHack Winter Run

Esports News – South African team Bravado concluded their DreamHack Winter run in second place after being defeated by ENCE. Despite the result, the team successfully managed to cement South Africa as one of the best regions in the pro CSGO scene this season. With that, we join Aran “Sonic” Groesbeek and coach Tiaan “T.c” Keep reading...

Astralis Defeats MIBR To Win ECS Season 6

Astralis Defeats MIBR To Win ECS Season 6

Esports News – Perfecting their back to back win, Astralis successfully defends their title against MIBR in a 2-0 victory at ECS season 6 grand final. The tournament was supposed to be MIBR’s first major win this 2018, but Astralis crushed their hopes on Inferno and Overpass. Tournament recap The first map, Inferno, was Astralis’ map Keep reading...

Team Vitality Fails To Claim Dreamhack Atlanta Finals Trophy

Team Vitality Fails To Claim Dreamhack Atlanta Finals Trophy

Esports News – French team Vitality secured their spot in the DreamHack Open Atlanta grand final after beating compLexity Gaming 2-1 in the semi-finals (12-16 on Dust2, 16-6 on Train, and 16-8 on Nuke). This is the team’s first Major CSGO win, but they’ve also dominated some notable qualifiers earlier this year such as the Keep reading...

Exclusive Interview: Rain Talks About Faze Clan

Exclusive Interview: Rain Talks About Faze Clan

Esports News – CSGO team Faze Clan is one of today’s most popular names competing in international tournaments and 2018 has been particularly good to their reputation. The team won three major tournaments between May and October: EPICENTER 2018, ESL One: Belo Horizonte 2018, and Intel Extreme Masters XIII-Sydney. They’re only a few wins away from making a mark in CSGO history, Keep reading...

Astralis Wins IEM Chicago 2018, Dev1ce Secures MVP Award

Astralis Wins IEM Chicago 2018, Dev1ce Secures MVP Award

Esports News – Team Astralis ends IEM Chicago 2018 with a dramatic victory, beating down Team Liquid 3-0 in a one-sided grand final match. The two teams clashed to win the title, but Astralis consistently dominated the maps: Mirage (16-14), Nuke (16-7), and Inferno (16-4). Meanwhile, Astralis’ top player Nicolai “dev1ce” Reedtz bagged the MVP award Keep reading...