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Steeelback joins Vitality, ELEAGUE Season 2 groups announced

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Peter “ppd” Dager’s legacy is set as the most important North American Dota 2 player of all time.

Samsung Galaxy’s Crown talked about the emotion of winning a spot in the League of Legends World Championship.

The first of four preview episodes of the Rough Drafts Podcast to prepare you for worlds.

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Best from around the web:

League of Legends

Pierre “Steeelback” Medjaldi has joined Team Vitality.

A look at ahq’s return to the world championship.

A look at the top five mid laners heading to worlds.

Counter-Strike

There is more than one “group of death” in ELEAGUE Season 2.

The final four teams for IEM Oakland will be determined from the iBUYPOWER Masters LAN.

Overwatch

How player-owned REUINTED is forging a new way to be a team.

Immortals will have to use a substitute at the Overwatch Open because of visa issues.

The Overwatch World Cup top 16 has been set for Blizzcon.

Industry

Virtual reality is coming in esports a lot faster than anyone expected.

Blizzard is dropping the Battle.net name.

Other games

An interview with Edwin “HotMEOWTH” Cook, who unexpectedly won the Hearthstone Summer Americas Championship.

An interview with the Heroes of the Storm battleground designer.

Results

ESL Pro League Season 4: Week 6 (CSGO)

Europe

Natus Vincere 2:0 PENTA (19-17, 16-7)

EnVyUs 2:0 Flipsid3 (16-4, 16-5)

G2 1:1 Heroic (19-16, 12-16)

Virtus.pro 1:1 HellRaisers (16-7, 14-16)

North America

OpTic 2:0 Echo Fox (16-5, 16-11)

Liquid 1:1 Counter Logic Gaming (16-5, 12-16)

SK Gaming 2:0 Echo Fox (16-12, 16-11)

Selfless 1:1 compLexity (9-16, 16-7)

Schedule

(All times Eastern)

ESL Pro League Season 4: Week 6 (CSGO)

Stream: https://www.twitch.tv/esl_csgo

Europe

Natus Vincere vs. Virtus.pro, 1 p.m.

PENTA vs. Flipsid3, 3:20 p.m.

North America

SK Gaming vs. Immortals, 8 p.m.

Selfless vs. OpTic, 10 p.m.

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