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Dota 2 rosters set, Jeremy Lin endorsement, VP wins DH Bucharest

Our top stories from the weekend:

A coach for Korean League of Legends team Kongdoo Monster revealed he’s been battling cancer during the team’s path back to League Champions Korea.

An interview with Team Vitality’s Raymond “KaSing” Tsang reflecting on a disappointing European League Championship Series summer split.

Check out the latest post from Mangaka’s Study and Chiu on This, talking about scrim results and games coming and going.

Best from around the web:

League of Legends

An evening with the ROX Tigers.

Royal Never Give Up and the myth of the Uzi worlds buff.

Faker and Bengi: The boys of autumn.

Dota 2

Alliance unveiled its new roster and logo.

NBA player Jeremy Lin has endorsed Vici Gaming J, which announced its new roster.

With the Dota 2 roster deadline coming and going, six teams — Mineski, CDEC, EHOME, NewBee, Invictus and new team LGD.Forever Young — all finalized their rosters.

An interview with Team Liquid’s Kanishka “BuLba” Sosale.


An interview with’s Filip “NEO” Kubski after winning Dreamhack Bucharest.

Immortals won the iBP Fall Invitational.


Two U.K. YouTubers have been charged with violating gambling laws.

Other games

A relative unknown player won the Hearthstone Summer Championship to earn a spot in the world championships.

Why James “Firebat” Kostesich’s “Batstone” tournament was a success.

It was a tough first day for North American players at the Japan Cup (Street Fighter V).

A handful of interviews from the Hearthstone Americas Summer Championship.



DreamHack Bucharest (CSGO)

Group A 1:0 Gambit (16-12)

Heroic 1:0 EnVyUs (34-31) 1:0 Heroic (16-6)

Group B

Cloud9 1:0 Flipsid3 (16-4)

FaZe Clan 1:0 Dignitas (16-11)

Cloud 9 1:0 FaZe Clan (16-8)


DreamHack Bucharest (CSGO)

Group A

EnVyUs 2:1 Gambit (16-14, 16-7)

EnVyUs 2:1 Heroic (16-8, 13-16, 16-9)

Group B

Dignitas 2:1 Flipsid3 (16-7, 9-16, 16-6)

Dignitas 2:0 FaZe Clan (16-7, 16-6)


DreamHack Bucharest (CSGO) 2:1 Dignitas (16-4, 14-16, 16-14)

Cloud9 2:1 EnVyUs (16-9, 10-16, 16-10) 2:0 Cloud9 (16-9, 16-9)


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