Finally the Summer Split of the 8th Season of the NA LCS is kicking off and the fans get to see their favorite pros compete against each other again. After a rather disappointing Mid-Season Invitational 2018, where Team Liquid didn’t manage to advance to the quarterfinals after getting eliminated by
It’s that time of year again folks – ESL One tournament series are coming back to CS: GO after the marvelous scenes at ESL One New York 2017 which was held back in September last year. With DotA 2 action pushing to the tipping point after the tournament in Birmingham,
The draw for eSports Championship Series Season 5 Finals was definitely an uncommon one. For those of you who don’t know, the first placed teams from North America and Europe (NRG and Astralis, respectively) were placed as the first seeds in Group A and B. Then, they were ordered to
And again it is this time of the year when League of Legends fans all over the world speculate about transfer rumors, hype their favourite teams and look forward to the most important tournament of the year: the 2018 League of Legends World Championship. But in between there is a
Spring is in full flow and you know what that means – a plethora of CS: GO tournaments available to watch and bet on! Even though there are several big names coming up in the next week or two, there are none that leave the mark like DreamHack Open series.
If you were around when League of Legends was just starting to poke its head in the competitive scene, you’d know how large of an undertaking is reserving such a huge prize pool. $100 million is incredible, especially when you compare it to the prize pools of other eSports franchises.