Our top stories from Monday:
Wings take flight: The journey of The International 6 champions.
An interview with Jack Chen, Chinese translator for TI6, about the unique coolness of his job.
A roundtable of European League of Legends Championship Series opinions about the game’s lane swap changes.
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League of Legends
A look at the unexpected rise of the Unicorns of Love during the summer European LCS split.
An interview with Cloud9’s Zachary “Sneaky” Scuderi from the North American LCS playoff quarterfinals.
The Brazilian league final attracted more viewers on TV than it did the Internet.
A look at the franchising debate in the LCS.
How Wings’ unorthodox style shined at The International 6.
Major takeaways from TI6.
Fnatic has sent three of its players to GODSENT in exchange for two.
The parent company of Virtus.pro reportedly owns 90 percent of skins gambling site CSGO Lounge.
Super Smash Bros
Denial Esports has added James “Duck” Ma as its first Melee player.
An in-depth look at the career and life of Will “Chobra” Cho.
Justin Wong reigned again during the Capcom Pro Tour stop over the weekend.
Why all is not lost for Heroes of the Storm.
A feature about prominent Hearthstone personality Bertrand “ElkY” Grosspellier.
League of Legends Pro League: Playoffs
Third place match
I MAY 3:1 Team World Elite
ESL Pro League: European Wild Card
Virtus.pro 2:0 GODSENT (16-11, 16-12)
(All times Eastern)
European League Championship Series: Playoffs
Fnatic vs. H2K, 11 a.m.