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HellRaisers Joins Natus Vincere For WESG 2018 Qualifier

HellRaisers Joins Natus Vincere For WESG 2018 Qualifier

Esports News – For the second time around, Natus Vincere and HellRaisers team up for the national World Electronic Sports Games (WESG) 2018 qualifier, the third season of the international Esports championship tournament by Alisports – the sports branch of Alibaba Group and a top partner of the Olympic Games. Dota 2 collaboration The combined team of Keep reading...

15 Teams Locked-In For The Kuala Lumpur Major

15 Teams Locked-In For The Kuala Lumpur Major

Esports News – The new Dota Pro Circuit series seeason is here, and the first prestigious tournament you need to mark in your calendars is the Kuala Lumpur Major. It will see 16 teams from different regions competing for $1,000,000 USD prize pool and a huge chunk of DPC points for The International 2019. The Keep reading...

TNC Predator Goes To ESL One Hamburg 2018

TNC Predator Goes To ESL One Hamburg 2018

Esports News – With an undefeated winning streak, Filipino team TNC Predator is now qualified for the ESL One Hamburg 2018 SEA qualifiers via direct invite. They took the sole spot for the Southeast Asian region after defeating their opponents, Tigers and EVOS Esports, twice in the qualifiers. About TNC Predator TNC Predator has been part of Keep reading...

First DPC Minor: Corsair Dream League Season 10

First DPC Minor: Corsair Dream League Season 10

Esports News – The first test for the new Dota Pro Circuit ranking system is set to begin on October 29 with the CORSAIR Dream League Season 10 as the first minor of the season. It will serve as the bridge to the Kuala Lumpur Major. The tournament features 8 teams from around the world: 2 EU, 2 Keep reading...

6 Teams Who Said No To DPC Shuffle Season

6 Teams Who Said No To DPC Shuffle Season

Esports News – The DPC 2018-19 season registration is now closed. The last season was a success—but clearly chaotic. While some underwent revamps and significant roster changes, several teams have confirmed no roster changes for the new season. See the list of teams who will stick to each other through thick and thin—or at least for the Keep reading...

Newbee, Immortals Overhaul Entire Roster For DPC 2018-19

Newbee, Immortals Overhaul Entire Roster For DPC 2018-19

Esports News – The International 8 (TI8) and the Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) 2017-18 season may either be considered as a success or disappointment for all qualifying teams. For Immortals and Newbee, it was admittedly a disappointing season as the teams released old players and introduced a completely new line-up, signaling a significant change and Keep reading...

Dota Pro Circuit 2018-19 Ranking System Takes New Shape

Dota Pro Circuit 2018-19 Ranking System Takes New Shape

Esports News – The International 8 recently ended, and the competition saw one of the greatest upsets in history when underdog OG Esports claimed the title. Now, fresh from the competition’s success, Valve revealed a number of key changes happening to Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) 2018-19 season. This will affect the inner workings of the game, the Keep reading...

Team Liquid Claims NA LCS Title Twice In A Row

Team Liquid Claims NA LCS Title Twice In A Row

Esports News – For the second time in a row, Team Liquid wins North America League of Legends Championship Series (NA LCS). This year’s victory came over Cloud9 in a 3-0 winning streak at the Oakland Oracle Arena. The winning team have secured their spot as the number one seed for the competition and will head Keep reading...

Fnatic Releases 3 Players After An Upsetting TI8 Performance

Fnatic Releases 3 Players After An Upsetting TI8 Performance

Esports News – The International 8 was a complete disappointment for Fnatic who finished 13th-16th in the grand finals. For the most part of 2018, they haven’t won a single title yet but managed to rank 2nd place at DreamLeague Season 9 and claim 4th place at ESL One Birmingham and Katowice. It is then Keep reading...

The International 9 Is Coming To Shanghai, China

The International 9 Is Coming To Shanghai, China

Esports News – The International 8 and the glory of European Team OG are still fresh from everyone’s memory, but Valve immediately announced the succeeding season’s return right then and there. The International 9 (TI9) in 2019 head to Shanghai, China and will feature a completely new dimension from previous tournaments hosted in North America. The International in Asia Keeping Keep reading...