In the event marked by innumerable problems, delays and failures in the transmissions, the hosts fought their biggest hurdle in the final: Astralis, Liquid’s own tormentor throughout the year 2018.
Eight teams entered IEM Katowice CIS Minor to compete for $50,000 in prize money and two slots in the preliminary stage of IEM Katowice Major 2019. Before the Minor we talked with S0tf1k, captain of Team Spirit.
Eight teams fight it out in the CIS Minor for $50,000 dollars and two slots in the preliminary stage of IEM Katowice Major 2019. Before the minor, we talked to Aset “Solaar” Sembiev, head coach of the Syman Gaming team.
The young Ukrainian player made waves in the FaceIT Pro League playing against the world’s best players. His performance there landed him a spot in Team Spirit.
2018 was a great year for Counter Strike, with several teams making well over a million from prize money alone. We take a look at the biggest winners of the year.
They achieved high results, created competition, changed the industry, surprised by their achievements, and left their mark in the history of esports.
Russian CS:GO commentator and ex NaVi member Arseniy “ceh9” Trinozhenko shared his opinion on the changes in MIBR and the possible retirement of Danilo “Zeus” Teslenko.
In 2018 almost $149 million dollars were paid in esports tournaments. We take a look at the biggest esports tournaments this year.
It was the final match of ESL One New York 2018. Team Liquid faced mousesports as a clear favorite and it was theirs for the taking. And then they blew it.
Pasha Biceps has already hinted at the end of his career, and the Virtus.pro management is ready to bet on young people. But is now the time to do it?
After a big roster change, Hellraisers are on a mission to secure their rightful place amongst the best in the world, according to team coach Ivan “Johnta” Shevtsov.
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.
A lot of impressions resurface with the final match of Esports Championship Series Season 6 behind us, both good and bad. We take a look at what the scene looks like after the tournament.
Egor “flamie” Vasilyev is ready to dethrone Astralis and take that number one spot in the global rankings for Natus Vincere.
NaVi coach Mykhailo “kane” Blagin will stand-in for the team in a ESL Pro League Season 8 match against the German BIG in place of Denis “electronic” Sharipov.
26-year-old Edvinas “Aikas” Žemaitis sets a new kill record in regulation on a single map in a WINNERS League Season 1 match against Nexus Gaming.
The 17-year-old Russian quickly became a sensation in the region, but his prowess remains virtually unknown outside CIS. Since David “n0rb3r7” Danielyan joined Winstrike, hopefully, that is to change soon.
After a series of disappointing results, Timo “Spiidi” Richter and the rest of Sprout find themselves in a struggle to close out their games.
StarSeries will be a Do or Die event for many teams in Kiev, but for Ali “hAdji” Haïnouss’ Imperial, it’s a chance to prove themselves on the international stage.
Right after Winstrike went 0-3 in the FACEIT Major London 2018 the Russian organization released the majority of the team. Kirill “Boombl4” Mikhailov talked about the reasons behind the change.
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.