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Cloud9, Immortals reach PGL Major Qualifier, TL wins Dota 2 EPICENTER

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Counter-Strike interview with Team Liquid’s Russel “Twistzz” Van Dulken.

Bae “Bengi” Seung-ung will sit out the League of Legends summer split.

Blizzard banned a player from Overwatch Contenders for comments he made on stream.

Misfits signed ex-player Hiiva as strategic League of Legends coach.

The north American Challenger Series adopted a best-of-three format.

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Americas Minor (CSGO)

Cloud9 1:0 Pain Gaming (16-1)

Counter Logic Gaming 1:0 Misfits (16-9)

Cloud9 1:0 CLG (16-12)

Pain 2:0 Misfits (16-4, 16-14)

CLG 2:0 Pain (16-12, 16-7)

European League Championship Series (LoL)

Splyce 2:0 Vitality

Unicorns of Love 2:0 Mysterious Monkeys

North American League Championship Series (LoL)

Cloud9 2:0 Phoenix1

EnVyUs 2:0 Immortals


CIS Minor (CSGO)


Tengri 2:0 Quantom Bellator Fire (16-8, 16-11)

Vega Squadron 2:0 pro100 (16-5, 16-4)

Losers final

Pro100 2:0 Quantom Bellator Fire (16-4, 16-9)

Winners final

Tengri 2:1 Vega Squadron (16-19, 16-13, 16-5)

Americas Minor (CSGO)


Cloud9 2:0 Luminosity (16-9, 19-17)

Immortals 2:0 CLG (16-11, 16-12)

Winners final

Immortals 2:0 Cloud9 (16-8, 16-9)

League Champions Korea (LoL)

Jin Air Green Wings 2:1 Longzhu

SK Telecom T1 2:0 Ever8

European League Championship Series (LoL)

Misfits 2:1 ROCCAT

G2 2:0 Ninjas in Pyjamas

North American League Championship Series (LoL)

Dignitas 2:1 Team SoloMid

Counter Logic Gaming 2:1 Echo Fox

Immortals 2:1 FlyQuest

EnVyUs 2:1 Liquid


CIS Minor (CSGO)

Vega Squadron 2:0 Tengri (16-81, 16-11)

Americas Minor (CSGO)

Losers bracket

CLG 2:0 Luminosity (16-13, 16-14)

Cloud9 2:0 CLG (16-12, 16-8)

Grand final

Cloud9 2:1 Immortals (16-5, 7-16, 16-5)

League Champions Korea (LoL)

ROX Tigers 2:0 bbq Olivers

KT Rolster 2:0 MVP

European League Championship Series (LoL)

Splyce 2:0 Mysterious Monkeys

Unicorns of Love 2:1 H2K

North American League Championship Series (LoL)

Cloud9 2:0 Echo Fox

Liquid 2:1 Dignitas

Team SoloMid 2:1 Counter Logic Gaming

FlyQuest 2:0 Phoenix1


(All times Eastern)

League Champions Korea (LoL)

KT Rolster vs. Jin Air Green Wings, 4 a.m. Tuesday


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