Six teams, four days, one house, and $150,000 dollars in prize money — Beyond The Summit returns to Counter-Strike with another spectacular event in Los Angeles, this time featuring Team Liquid, ENCE, NRG esports, and others.
On May 20, it became known that Turner “Tfue” Tenney, one of the most popular streamers on Twitch, sued his organization, FaZe Clan. He wanted to terminate the contract with unfavorable conditions. We collected the entire chronology of the conflict, looked into what happened and who is to blame.
Team captain of the ever-resourceful Vega Squadron, Dmitry “jR” Chervak sat down to talk about how the new composition of the team was formed, and also expressed dissatisfaction with the unjustifiably high buy-outs for the players in the CIS.
The best Russian chess player according to the FIDE rating, Ian Nepomnyashchiy, talked about his passion for video games and esports. In an interview, he recalled how he first found Dota 2 and Hearhstone, and compared the popular card game to chess.
DreamHack’s return to a small French town of Tours starts today, with a $100,000 dollar Counter-Strike event featuring 8 up-and-coming teams, including mousesports, AVANGAR, Valiance, Ghost Gaming, G2 Esports and others.
The legend himself, Filip “NEO” Kubski, joining FaZe Clan caught everyone by surprise. This is exactly how other professional players, casters, and analysts reacted to the news in this social media roundabout!
Reigning Quake world champion and a member of Natus Vincere Apex Legends squad, Nikita “clawz” Marchinsky talked about his esports career, opinion on battle royale games, his future with Quake and much more.
After winning WePlay! Forge of Masters Season 1 with AVANGAR, Alexey “Qikert” Golubev talked about the event, the game against the highly accomplished HellRaisers and taking home first place as an underdog.
Second at the PUBG Europe League, third at FACEIT Global Summit, and champions of the PUBG Europe League – Kick-off Cup. Team Liquid has been dominating the European PUBG scene, and the team’s co-captain Jere “Jembty” Kauppinen explained just how did they get here.
Ninjas in Pyjamas, while one of the biggest threats in European PUBG, still struggle to perform at the international events. A week after finishing 3rd at the PUBG Europe League, NiP bombed at the FACEIT Global Summit finishing 13th. Laurynas “Gaxy” Rudys weighed in on the situation.
2016 Hearthstone World Champion Pavel “Pavel” Beltyukov spoke about a trip to the most recent World Championship, shared his opinion about Artifact and the esports system in Hearthstone.
After wins against Winstrike, Vega Squadron, and Team Spirit, DreamEaters caught everyone’s attention in the CIS region. It was their time to shine at the WePlay! Forge of Masters LAN finals, and after the event, team captain Svyatoslav “svyat” Dovbakh talked about the experience.
Winner of the StarLadder Ultimate Series 2019 and a legend of the game, Alexander “Kolento” Malsh, talks about Hearthstone, his favorite decks, other Collectible Card Games, and his future as a Twitch streamer.
A respectable sixth place finish at Phase 1 of the PUBG Europe League wasn’t enough to stop the Russian Jokers from stopping their PUBG efforts. Left teamless, many of the players soon found a new home, and one of them, Dmitry “dmash” Ignatyev, joined M19.
With Hearthstone World Championship 2019 now behind us, Samsung Morning Stars’ Raphael “BunnyHoppor” Peltzer looked back to his career as a professional Hearthstone player and just what it means for him.
Coming out victorious at DreamHack Open Rio de Janeiro 2019 boosted AVANGAR up the world rankings all the way to #14. Team’s veteran Bektiyar “fitch” Bahytov talked about their performance in Brazil and other events, as well as adapting to the new map in the rotation.
A Quake legend and former world champion, Anton “COOLLER” Singov explained why he began playing Apex Legends and reassured his fans that he’s not quitting Quake anytime soon.
After a stellar performance at ESL One Mumbai, where the CIS-based Natus Vincere finished 3rd, ahead of TNC Predator and TEAM TEAM, team’s midlaner Idan “MagicaL” Vardanian answered the most pressing questions.
Natus Vincere bounced back after a crushing defeat at the DreamLeague Season 11 and took 3rd place at ESL One Mumbai last weekend, taking home $35,000 dollars. Andrey “Mag” Chipenko talked about their performance there.
NaVi’s revamped PUBG roster is ready to reclaim its throne at the $125,000 dollar PUBG Europe League Kick-off Cup. Team’s newcomer Arsenii “ceh9” Ivanychev talked about the expectations for the new roster and the upcoming season.
Six months and four additional qualifiers, that’s how long has it been since The Kuala Lumpur Major — the last Major Gambit attended. Anatoly “Boo1k” Ivanov, coach of Gambit’s Dota 2 squad, said that the team is approaching qualifiers for the Major in a bad state of mind.