Our top stories from Wednesday:
Part 2 of an in-depth interview with Splyce co-owner Marty Strenczewilk.
KeSPA will boycott the Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games.
Longzhu Gaming finalized its roster by adding two new top laners.
SK Telecom T1 signed Untara as a top lane substitute.
Three people were arrested in South Korea for allegedly making aim hacks for the game Sudden Attack.
SKT’s Wolf said he was almost brought to tears when he heard he was MVP of the Mid-Season Invitational finals.
Ever8’s Comeback (formerly Hachani) talked about his distaste for the food in Europe.
Counter-Strike legend Emil “HeatoN” Christensen will release his autobiography in September.
Immortals confirmed the signing of Vito “kNg” Giuseppe to its Counter-Strike team.
Ex-PSG League of Legends player Pilot signed with DS Gaming in China.
Riot Games fined OPL’s Team Regicide $750 for failing to field a roster by deadline.
Team Liquid returned Greyson “Goldenglue” Gilmer to mid lane.
Best from around the web:
League of Legends
Is SK Telecom T1’s dominance healthy for the game?
Large changes are coming to League of Legends.
The best of the Mid-Season Invitational.
Tricked announced it will not extend the contracts of its team.
An interview with Russel “Twistzz” Van Dulken.
Jeff Kaplan confirmed a new Overwatch hero is “on the horizon.”
A look at the best skin concepts in the first year of Overwatch.
A look at colleges increasingly catching the esports wave.
A look at the biggest and best Hearthstone streamers on Twitch.
How Germany’s social democrats will aim to push esports in the country’s upcoming election.
A preview of Injustice 2 at Combo Breaker.
ECS Season 3 (CSGO)
Fnatic 2:0 mousesports (16-10, 19-17)
Dignitas 1:1 Virtus.pro (5-16, 16-6)
Renegades 1:1 OpTic (19-16, 14-16)
Renegades 1:0 Immortals (16-6)
Liquid 2:0 Ghost (19-17, 16-10)
(All times Eastern)
ECS Season 3 (CSGO)
Astralis vs. mousesports, 1 p.m.
Fnatic vs. G2, 3 p.m.
SK Gaming vs. Liquid, 6 p.m.
Renegades vs. Ghost, 8 p.m.