Our top stories from Tuesday:
An interview with Peter “dupreeh” Rothmann from Astralis’ ELEAGUE Major championship winning performance.
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League of Legends
SK Telecom T1 is trying out Twitch as its streaming platform.
Gillette announced its sponsorship of IEM Katowice.
The co-owner of the San Jose Sharks has invested in Echo Fox.
Riot Games banned European LCS teams from having sister Challenger teams starting in the summer split.
An interview with Phoenix1’s Yoo “Ryu” Sang-ook.
Counter Logic Gaming announced the signing of a new player development coach.
A look at Team Liquid’s slow start to the North American LCS.
The next class update will be tanks.
More than 200,000 people watched the ELEAGUE Major final on TBS.
Nikola “Niko” Kovacs will no longer be in-game leader for mousesports.
An interview with Adil “Scream” Benrilton from the ELEAGUE Major.
Jonatan “Devilwalk” Lundberg will coach Epsilon for IEM Katowice qualifiers.
Asger “AcilioN” Larsen has left Splyce.
Two Lunatic-Hai players were reportedly suspended for the second season of OGN Overwatch Apex for having relationships with female fans.
EA Sports is boasting a misleading prize pool figure for its FIFA Ultimate Team Championship Series.
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League Champions Korea
Longzhu Gaming vs. Kongdoo Monster, 3 a.m. Thursday