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LoL roster shuffle continues in Europe and Korea, visa problems for Boston Major

Our top stories from Monday:

SK Telecom T1 has re-signed four players, including Lee “Faker” Sang-hyeok.

KT Rolster signed Song “Smeb” Kyung-ho, and the team’s coach talked about his rebuilding plan.

The ROX Tigers said goodbye to another player but signed the former coach of the Afreeca Freecs.

The Astralis experience can be summed up in one word: Again.

The debut edition of a new column about the esports media world, with an interview with Dot Esports editor-in-chief Kevin Morris.

TBSkyen rated the League of Legends Universe feature.

An interview with G2’s Richard “shox” Papillon from IEM Oakland.

Best from around the web:

League of Legends

A company has been using Søren “Bjergsen” Bjerg’s image to try to sell supplements in fake advertisements online.

Fnatic has reportedly finalized its starting five, which includes Paul “sOAZ” Boyer.

Fabian “Febiven” Diepstraten has reportedly signed with H2K.

Felipe “Yang” Zhao and jungler Gabriel “Revolta” Henud, formerly of INTZ, have joined Keyd Stars.

An interview with G2 owner Carlos “ocelote” Rodriguez.

Some Azubu streamers are not being paid on time — if at all.

Dota 2

Fnatic has released three players.

Two Invictus Gaming Vitality players  to acquire visas for the Boston Major.

Storylines heading into the Boston Major, the first major of the season.


Breaking down the eight teams in the ELEAGUE quarterfinals.

Five takeaways from DreamHack Winter.


How DreamHack Winter proved the meta isn’t stale.

Other games

An interview with Christopher “MonteCristo” Mykles about Renegades.

The true story of Nintendo’s most coveted game.






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