DreamHack’s debut in Brazil starts today, with a $100,000 dollar DreamHack Open Rio de Janeiro event. Five Brazil’s top representatives will battle international competition.
Before the season began, NaVi were supposed to be one of the dominant forces in PUBG Europe League Phase 1. But the fate had something else in mind, as the Ukrainian powerhouse Natus Vincere finished way below the expectations, in the fourteenth position.
Qualifying to the FACEIT Global Summit by just one point, Joona “NOOKIE” Närvänen’s Winstrike will be looking to show on the international scale that their fourth-place finish in PUBG Europe League was well deserved.
After three tough weeks of non-stop PUBG action, Finnish esports organization ENCE became the champions of PEL Phase 1 Kick-off, proving once again, that the age old saying ‘EZ4ENCE’ transcends all barriers.
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.
Belgium based Epsilon esports partner up with bet exchange platform Vie.gg in an effort to support charitable causes. Team’s CS:GO players are set to put their game knowledge on the line in a month-long charity event against their fans.
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.
The man behind the Ukrainian NaVi, Yevgeny “HarisPilton” Zolotarev, talked in-depth about running an esports team, expanding into international waters, creating a winning team and remaining profitable in highly competitive esports scene.
After the abysmal performance at DreamLeague Season 11, Team Liquid will be looking to redeem themselves at MDL Disneyland® Paris Major next month. Team’s veteran Kuro “KuroKy” Salehi Takhasomi talked about the mindset within the team, preparing for events, and his career.
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.
Apex Legends quickly broke into the industry and for several weeks kept the leadership in the genre of battle royales. Now the game is gradually losing its audience — developers do not have time to fulfill the wishes of users, who find more and more reasons to return to Fortnite or PUBG.
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.
Everyone’s favorite Dota 2 co-host and analyst Jake “SirActionSlacks” Kanner talked about running Dota events, his coworkers, how to improve the viewing experience for the fans and much more.
The introduction of Vertigo to official map pool caught everyone off guard and pro players, commentators and public figures once again went online to vent their frustrations.
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.
During the Intel Extreme Masters Katowice 2019, Renegades experienced an extraordinary adventure. Despite the complete lack of expectations from the fans, without losing a single map they advanced to the New Legends, and then, yielding only to Astralis, made it all the way to the playoffs.
Ettore “Suprema_Ettorito” Giannuzzi defeated his Brazilian opponent Alemao_pesbr in the Final Match of WESG Grand Finals with a 2-0 score, claiming another world champion title for the Italian player.
Gabriel “FalleN” Toledo talked about MiBR’s run at the last Major, the reunion with Epitácio “TACO” de Melo, João “felps” Vasconcellos, and Wilton “zews” Prado, and the evolution of AWPing throughout the years.
Kamen “bubble” Kostadinov, the 27-years-old Bulgarian player for Windigo gaming, talked about their recent success in WESG, competing with world’s best teams, and changing organizations.
Roman “Resolut1on” Fominok said that due to frequent defeats and underwhelming results he lost confidence in himself and in the team. A disappointing 16th place finish at the latest DreamLeague Major was a final blow for the team.