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LCS rookie and coach of the split revealed, Digital Chaos replaces roster

Our top stories from the weekend:

Asking the North American League of Legends Championship Series semifinalists to brag about their team.

It appears more League of Legends teams are moving to group shot-calling.

If the core players of Ninjas in Pyjamas ever did leave the organization, its future in Counter-Strike would essentially be over.

Slingshot Questionnaire with Tanner Damonte.

Best from around the web:

League of Legends

Riot Games announced coach and rookie of the split awards for the North American and European LCS.

An interview with Unicorns of Love’s Kiss “Vizicsacsi” Tamas and mid laner Fabian “Exileh” Schubert.

An interview with Unicorns of Love manager Romain Bigeard.

A look at the rise of Phoenix1 in the North American LCS spring split.


A look at the history of Olof “olofmeister” Kajbjer.

A look at the most important roster moves since 2015.

Team Liquid and Misfits officially announced their roster moves.

Singularity (men) and Team Secret (women) won the Copenhagen Games.


An interview with casters Christopher “MonteCristo” Mykles and Erik “Doa” Lonnquist.


Digital Chaos recruited a new team after its previous roster left (Dota 2).

An infographic depicting which regions dominate Dota 2 in terms of prize money.

An interview with Rogue CEO and co-founder Frank Villarreal.



European League Championship Series: Summer promotion (LoL)

Fnatic Academy 3:0 Giants

ECS Season 3 (CSGO)


G2 2:0 Godsent (16-14, 16-4)

Astralis 1:1 Ninjas in Pyjamas (14-16, 16-14)

North America

Liquid 2:0 OpTic (16-8, 16-11)

SK Gaming 2:0 Bee’s Money Crew (19-17, 16-5)


League Champions Korea: Spring playoffs (LoL)

KT Rolster 3:0 Samsung Galaxy

European League Championship Series: Spring playoffs (LoL)

G2 3:1 Fnatic

North American League Championship Series: SPring playoffs (LoL)

Cloud9 3:0 Phoenix1

ECS Season 3 (CSGO)


Astralis 1:1 (16-9, 8-16)

Fnatic 1:1 EnVyUs (16-3, 14-16)

North America

Counter Logic Gaming 1:1 OpTic (16-13, 11-16)

Cloud9 1:1 Immortals (6-16, 16-13)


European League Championship Series: Spring playoffs (LoL)

Unicorns of Love 3:1 Misfits

North American League Championship Series: SPring playoffs (LoL)

Team SoloMid 3:0 FlyQuest

ECS Season 3 (CSGO)


mousesports 2:0 Dignitas (16-5, 16-5)

G2 1:1 Astralis (16-6, 12-16)

North America

SK Gaming 1:1 OpTic (15-19, 16-4)

Renegades 2:0 Luminosity (16-4, 16-12)


(All times Eastern)



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