Our top stories from Monday:
Danylo “Zeus” Teslenko launched his own esports organization, pro100.
The ESL will reportedly consider changing its rules after a group of transgender women were denied entry into a female-only Counter-Strike tournament.
A look at SK Gaming’s win at IEM Sydney, which opened the “Era of Superteams.”
SKT’s head coach says the Flash Wolves are the closest opponent to the League Champions Korea teams at the Mid-Season Invitational.
Levi became the MSI’s first star and other observations from Runds 2 and 3.
Media column: Esports photographer Robert Paul on trying to stand out in a static field.
Best from around the web:
League of Legends
Will Team SoloMid’s six-person roster be a dream or a disaster?
H2K announced it will look for investment partners.
A look at Gigabyte Marines and Vietnam’s overdue entrance into the international scene.
A look at the current state of the CSGO meta.
Why this might be the most competitive era of Counter-Strike.
An interview with OpTic’s Oscar “mixwell” Canellas from IEM Sydney.
An interview with G2’s Kenny “KennyS” Schrub from DreamHack Tours.
Richard Lewis reports the owners of the New England Patriots and Miami Dolphins have purchased spots in Overwatch League.
Jack “Shake” Kaplan will reportedly leave compLexity.
An interview with EnVyUs’ Lui.
The International 7 prize pool is rising at record setting rates.
DreamHack Tours (CSGO)
G2 2:1 mousesports (16-8, 14-16, 16-6)
G2 2:0 HellRaisers (16-6, 16-14)
(All times Eastern)
ESL Pro League Season 5 (CSGO)
Fnatic vs. Kinguin, 1 p.m.
North vs. LDLC, 3:20 p.m.
OpTic Gaming vs. Counter Logic Gaming, 8 p.m.
SK Gaming vs. Animal Squad, 10 p.m.
ECS Season 3 (CSGO)
Ninjas in Pyjamas vs. EnVyUs, 1 p.m.
Virtus.pro vs. Godsent, 3 p.m.
Immortals vs. Luminosity, 6 p.m.
Cloud9 vs. NRG, 8 p.m.