They surprised everyone by getting this far, but now HellRaisers have to overcome an unstoppable Team Liquid squad. Vlаdуslаv “bondik” Nеchуроrchuk thinks their chances are better than you’d expect.
With the final stage of the FACEIT Major London 2018 kicking off today, the select pro players are putting their CS:GO knowledge to the test and bet on the outcome of the quarterfinal matches.
Vega Squadron have made their way through the Challenger stage, but Leonid “chopper” Vishnyakov and his team don’t plan on slowing down just yet.
Right before the FACEIT Major, team captain of Natus Vincere, Danylo “Zeus” Teslenko, opened up about their team struggles, preparation for the Major, and the future of CS:GO.
balblna: “Major was our high-point and we, being a very young team, just couldn’t stay there very long”
The biggest surprise of the previous Major, Gregory “balblna” Oleinick and his team, are now carrying more expectations than ever going into the Faceit Major 2018.
Team Spirit came into the Faceit Major as CIS regional runner-ups, but getting into the winning mindset proved to be difficult for S0tF1k and his team.
Vega Squadron have been plowing their way through the Faceit Major, but not even the team captain Dmitriy “jR” Chervak knows how long that will last.
Making it to the next level and qualifying for the Minor are the two most important things for the Romanian Nexus, according to Cristian “sXe” Nita.
After a disappointing exit at FACEIT Europe Minor qualifier, we sat down with LDLC’s David “devoduvek” Dobrosavljevic to talk about his career in esports.
OpTic Gaming signed an Indian CS:GO team earlier this month and to find out more about this project, we sat down with one of the players, Nikhil ‘forsaken’ Kumawat.
We caught up with Niels Christian “NaToSaphiX” Sillassen for an interview on his way home from a two-week Sprout bootcamp in St. Ingbert, Germany.
One of the most experienced Danish in-game leaders, Nicolai “HUNDEN” Petersen, descended upon us to talk about the difficulties leading an international team, calling in English, and the future of multilingual lineups.
OpTic Gaming goes full Danish with the addition of Heroic duo.
After a two week break, the star AWPer returns to Cloud9’s active lineup.
The Portuguese legend returns after a brief stint with Team Kinguin to assemble a new international lineup.
The longest-running lineup in professional CS:GO is no more, as the CIS-based team is facing internal conflicts.