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ECS gives odd statement on multi-team ownership, ELEAGUE and Geico renew partnership

Our top stories from Wednesday:

The ECS said multi-team ownership in its league is not outright banned.

ECS Season 3 finals will return to London in June.

ECS partnered with Genius Sports in an attempt to monitor betting patterns and protect the integrity of matches.

Ask the North American League of Legends pros: What players do you watch from other regions?

Taking Aim: Episode 4 with DeKay and Stuchiu

Best from around the web:

League of Legends

An interview with Dignitas coach David “Cop” Roberson.

North American League Championship Series superlatives for the spring split.

Interviews with Counter Logic Gaming’s Zaqueri “aphromoo” Black and Envy’s Apollo “Apollo” Price.


Geico and ELEAGUE renewed their partnership for another year.

An interview with Ninjas in Pyjamas’ Chritopher “GeT_RighT” Alesund.

Interviews with North’s Kristian “k0nfig” Wienecke and Natus Vincere’s Ladislav “Guardian” Kovacs from StarLadder i-League Season 3.


A look at how Runaway came out of nowhere to reach the finals of OGN Apex.

South Korea’s best team will be determined this weekend.

Collegiate Overwatch players talk about the importance of the college esports scene.


A preview of the bracket round of the ELEAGUE Street Fighter V Invitational.

A look at the biggest surprises so far in the Street Fighter V Invitaional.


StarLadder i-League Season 3 (CSGO)

Round 2

Gambit 1:0 TyLoo (16-13)

Counter Logic Gaming 1:0 UYA (16-3)

FaZe Clan 1:0 Immortals (16-10)

North 1:0 Astralis (19-16)

G2 1:0 HellRaisers (16-2)

Natus Vincere 1:0 Fnatic (16-9)

Ninjas in Pyjamas 1:0 MVP Project (16-9)

SK Gaming 1:0 (16-2)

Round 3

MVP Project 1:0 TyLoo (19-16)

Immortals 1:0 UYA (16-11)


(All times Eastern)

StarLadder i-League Season 3 (CSGO)

Round 3

Gambit vs. FaZe Clan, 7 a.m.

HellRaisers vs. Counter Logic Gaming, 8:30 a.m.

Natus Vincere vs. North, 10 a.m. vs. Ninjas in Pyjamas, 11:30 a.m.

SK Gaming vs. G2, 1 p.m.

Astralis vs. Fnatic, 2:30 p.m.

European League Championship Series: Summer promotion (LoL)

Giants Gaming vs. Fnatic Academy, 11 a.m.

League Champions Korea: Spring playoffs (LoL)

MVP vs. Afreeca Freecs, 4 a.m. Friday


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