This is it! Three of the best teams in Europe will enter the final fight for €200,000 in prize money and a spot to represent the region at the 2019 Mid-Season Invitational. It’s time for Origen to face the unstoppable Fnatic.
Konstantinos-Napoleon “FORG1VEN” Tzortziou, one of the most celebrated players to have played in the European League of Legends elite, is returning to the game after nine months of military service and one year without competition.
Only four teams remain in the running for the first LEC champion title. Between G2 facing Origen, and Fnatic battling Splyce, who will make it out this week? We take a closer look.
In February 2019, the CIS-based organization Vaevictis eSports took an unexpected step — the club decided to sign the League of Legends women’s team for the LCL. For several weeks, the girls became one of the main topics for discussion in the esports community.
After nine weeks of regular season games, it’s finally playoff time in Europe! The final fight for the title of the best in the region starts this weekend, with a showdown between legends.
Just after winning in the grand final of the first Ultraliga season for Rogue Esports Club, Kacper “Inspired” Słoma talked about the meeting against devils.one and team chances during the European Masters.
The reigning Polish champions Illuminar Gaming will be facing PRIDE on their way to the finals of Ultraliga Season 1. Team’s midlaner Gaweł “Kashtelan” Paprzycki talked about League of Legends in Poland.
During the last week of the League of Legends European Championship 2019 Spring we are bound for an amazing battle where G2 Esports will face the amazing Fnatic.
The eighth week of the League of Legends European Championship can show us the first team to secure a place in the second round of playoffs. Of course, I am talking about G2 Esports, who only need a victory against Splyce to find themselves in this phase.
The battle of the Polish junglers, a long-awaited rematch between Upset and Rekkles, and a fight for survival continues. It’s the hottest matches of the weekend in League of Legends!
The fight for the highly coveted playoff spots in Europe is in full swing but anyone can still show up. At least on paper. A review of the sixth week of LEC.
Vaevictis shocked everyone earlier this year after the announcement that their new roster in the Continental League (LCL) will feature a fully female roster. Team’s ADC Ksenia “Trianna” Meshcheryakova talked about her first experiences with the new team.
The continued failures of Fnatic, disappointing Misfits, unstoppable G2 esports and predictable Rogue — it’s the fourth week of LEC in review.
Partial rehabilitation of Fnatic, soaz against Bwipo, the backdoor from Vitality and pentakill for Rekkles — we analyze what happened at the third week of the European League.
The first week of the first 2019 League of Legends season is approaching. The years pass, the scenario evolves, new leagues arise and more and more games are played.
After winning in the Ukraine WESG qualifier, Aleksandr “Bly” Svysiuk packs his bags for the World Finals in Chongqing next year.
In 2018 almost $149 million dollars were paid in esports tournaments. We take a look at the biggest esports tournaments this year.
Less than a week ago Blizzard announced they would be closing down Heroes of the Storm Global Championship and pulling all esports funding for the game effective immediately.
When it comes to esports and mental health, one of the most common terms is mindset. Players, coaching staff, and the community itself often refer to it as fundamental to better performance. But what does this word really mean?
On the night of December 6th, Los Angeles hosted the fifth annual award ceremony of The Game Awards 2018. Among dozens of nominations, a separate category was dedicated to esports.
The recruitment command of the US Army announced the opening of an esports team for the armed forces. Participants will compete on behalf of the troops in computer game tournaments.