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IEM events to stop featuring League of Legends, Goldenglue returns to Liquid

Our top stories from Tuesday:

An interview with Jason Moore, Paris Hilton’s ex-manager who runs the Agency for Professional Esports.

Stuchiu’s “Buy or Sell” for Counter-Strike in May.

IEM will no longer host League of Legends at its events.

MaRin from the Afreeca Freecs hurt his hand riding a bicycle but seems to be OK.

Fnatic announced the signing of Dylan Falco as League of Legends coach.

CJ Entus signed a new League of Legends coach.

Sandbox Esports launched as the “first of its kind” esports training facility in California.

Schedules for the North American League of Legends Championship Series and League Champions Korea summer splits have been released.

Purchasing skins in champion select could soon come to League of Legends.

Dignitas added two players to its Counter-Strike team.

Fnatic will look to transfer its academy Counter-Strike team.

Riot Games announced a series of mini international tournaments called Rift Rivals.

Overwatch’s anniversary event began with 11 new skins

RFRSH released a string of statements about Heroic’s benching of Valde.

Best from around the web:

League of Legends

Greyson “Goldenglue” Gilmer will return to Liquid’s starting lineup.

G2 will field two subs in the first week of the European LCS.

Fnatic Academy’s coach had an emotional stream while talking about being replaced with a new roster.

The best League of Legends cosplays ever made.


Hazed and JasonR will stay with OpTic.


The new Overwatch update buffs Genji and Hanzo


ESForce got into the live streaming business.

Team NP was banned from DreamLeague for a year after dropping out of Season 7 (Dota 2).

Blizzard announced a $25,000 Wild Hearthstone with last-minute left rules that left players fuming.

An interview with Melee player Joey “Lucky” Aldama.


ECS Season 3 (CSGO)


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

Ninjas in Pyjamas 1:1 Godsent (16-12, 14-16)

North America

SK Gaming 2:0 Counter Logic Gaming (16-10, 19-15)

Immortals 1:0 Renegades (19-16) — second match postponed


(All times Eastern)

ECS Season 3 (CSGO)


Fnatic vs. mousesports, 1 p.m.

G2 vs., 3 p.m.

North America

SK Gaming vs. Immortals, 6 p.m.

Liquid vs. Ghost, 8 p.m.


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