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.
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.
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.
The continued failures of Fnatic, disappointing Misfits, unstoppable G2 esports and predictable Rogue — it’s the fourth week of LEC in review.