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Epsilon asking $200,000 buyout for REZ, Punk wins ELEAGUE Street Fighter V Invitational

Our top stories from the weekend:

Epsilon is asking a $200,000 buyout price for Counter-Strike prospect REZ.

North is in serious talks about acquiring benched Heroic player Valde.

A profile of Street Fighter legend Daigo Umehara.

SK Telecom T1’s Untara said he wants to regain his confidence with League of Legends the world champions.

Riot Games clarified its reasons for bringing 10 bans to regular play in League of Legends.

SKT’s Huni said he wants to win another championship to match what he did in Europe.

A new Overwatch hero could be “just on the horizon.”

Slingshot questionnaire with No “Arrow” Dong-hyeon.

KeSPA explained why SKT plays on Day 2 of the League Champions Korea schedule after a short rest break.

Echo Fox added Brandon “Mash” Phan as a substitute.

Dignitas signed Terry “Big” Chuong as a support player.

Ex-Longzhu Gaming players say the organization owes them money.

The group draw for the European League Championship Series was revealed.

Overwatch dominated fan metrics on Tumblr last year.

SKT’s Faker said meeting soccer legend Ronaldo was a “very good experience.”

League of Legends Champion LeBlanc could be getting another rework.

Jason “WildTurtle” Tran transferred from Team SoloMid to FlyQuest.

Best from around the web:

League of Legends

The Chinese league will adopt Europe’s group structure.

Red Bulls and Wind of Rain qualified for the European Challenger Series.

How Jakob “YamatoCannon” Mebdi became a pro.

Maryville University won the Collegiate League of Legends Championship.

Five players to watch in the North American LCS this summer.

The summer split schedule for the European LCS was released.

Counter-Strike

Allan “Anj” Jensen appears to be on his way out of Singularity.

The Thorin Treatment: Shroud will still try.

A look at Virtus.pro’s disappearance from the LAN scene.

An interview with North’s Emil “Magisk” Reif.

Overwatch

Blizzard is investigating an accidental Reinhardt nerf in Overwatch.

Selfless won May’s Overwatch Rumble.

Other

Splyce won the Call of Duty World League playoffs.

Victor “Punk” Woodley won the ELEAGUE Street Fighter V Invitational.

M19 acquired a Dota 2 roster.

Executives from Misfits and Dignitas talked about joining the Professional Esports Association.

Court documents revealed some of the untold history of Dota.

Evil Geniuses won the Manila Masters (Dota 2).

Results

Friday

ECS Season 3 (CSGO)

Europe

FaZe Clan 2:0 Dignitas (16-5, 16-10)

G2 2:0 EnVyUs (19-17, 19-16)

Fnatic 1:1 FaZe (19-17, 11-16)

North America

SK Gaming 1:1 Cloud9 (9-16, 16-8)

Liquid 1:1 NRG (16-11, 12-16)

Saturday

ECS Season 3 (CSGO)

Europe

EnVyUs 2:0 mousesports (16-5, 16-10)

North America

Immortals 2:0 Counter Logic Gaming (16-4, 16-13)

SK Gaming 2:0 Luminosity (16-14, 16-4)

Sunday

ECS Season 3 (CSGO)

Europe

Astralis 1:1 FaZe Clan (16-1, 10-16)

Ninjas in Pyjamas 2:0 Virtus.pro (16-11, 16-2)

North America

Liquid 1:1 Cloud9 (10-16, 16-13)

SK Gaming 1:1 Immortals (16-19, 16-9)

Monday

None

Tuesday

League Champions Korea (LoL)

MVP 2:1 Jin Air Green Wings

Schedule

(All times Eastern)

League Champions Korea (LoL)

Longzhu vs. KT Rolster, 7 a.m.

ESL Pro League Season 5 Finals (CSGO)

Group A

G2 vs. EnVyUs, 12:30 p.m.

SK Gaming vs. Cloud9, 12:30 p.m.

Fnatic vs. Immortals, 1:45 p.m.

G2 vs. Cloud9, 1:45 p.m.

SK Gaming vs. Immortals, 3 p.m.

Fnatic vs. EnVyUs, 3 p.m.

EnVyUs vs. Cloud9, 4:15 p.m.

Fnatic vs. SK Gaming, 4:15 p.m.

Group B

Liquid vs Natus Vincere, 6 p.m.

North vs. mousesports, 6 p.m.

mousesports vs. Natus Vincere, 7:15 p.m.

NRG vs. OpTic, 7:15 p.m.

NRG vs. North, 8:30 p.m.

Liquid vs. OpTic, 8:30 p.m.

NRG vs. Liquid, 9:45 p.m.

North vs. Natus Vincere, 9:45 p.m.

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