Our top stories from Monday:
A look at the hopeful rise of Ryan “The Moon” Coker-Welch in the Super Smash Bros Melee scene.
Lessons learned for each team at the Mid-Season Invitational.
Chae “Piglet” Gwang-jin told Korean press he still thinks he’s the best AD Carry in the world.
Best from around the web:
League of Legends
Two players have left LGD Gaming‘s roster.
Three veteran players have reportedly joined Unicorns of Love.
A look at how Royal Never Give Up’s new bottom lane would look against SK Telecom T1.
A look at the Manila Major party crashers, Part II: (Newbee).
William “Blitz” Lee will return to coach Team Liquid.
Luminosity pulled out of the StarLadder i-League Invitational because of scheduling conflicts with the ELeague.
Shaquille O’Neal starred in a hilarious commercial for ELeague.
Team Kaliber has acquired the roster of Without A Roof.
How DreamHack Austin set a new standard for Hearthstone tournaments.
An interview with Stephen “Snoopeh” Ellis.
Legendary fighting games pro Umehara Daigo has entered into a sponsorship partnershipwith Red Bull.
Weekend roundup of Heroes of the Storm action.
A profile of longtime Evil Geniuses FGC manager Antonio Javier.
DreamHack Tours (CS:GO)
Winners bracket final
Dignitas 2:1 Orbit (16-11, 10-16, 16-11)
Losers bracket final
HellRaisers 2:1 Orbit (10-16, 16-3, 16-5)
Dignitas 2:1 HellRaisers (13-16, 16-8, 16-7)
(All times Eastern)
ECS 2016 (CS:GO)
Fnatic vs. G2 Esports, 12 p.m.
Team Liquid vs. Team Kaliber, 7 p.m.