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Astralis wins ELEAGUE Clash for Cash, Dignitas signs Adrian

Our top stories from the weekend:

ELEAGUE Clash for Cash was the final chance to lay to rest the rivalry.

A Counter-Strike interview with G2’s Richard “shox” Papillon.

League of Legends interviews with Phoenix1’s Derek “Zig” Shaor and Team Liquid’s Samson “Lourlo” Jackson.

Comments from SKT’s Wolf after Sunday’s League Champions Korea win against Afreeca Freecs.

Team SoloMid will hold a tryout with MrRallez to be substitute AD Carry.

Phoenix1 started MikeYeung in the jungle for the NA LCS Week 3.

Jeff Kaplan shut down a rude commenter in the Overwatch forums (then gave away a free skin).

Chinese StarCraft players were banned for match fixing.

KT Rolster’s Score and head coach Lee Ji-Hoon talked about their most recent LCK win.

Phoenix1 acquired Alex “Xpecial” Chu to play support.

Cho “Mata” Se-hyeong was potentially denied his Challenger jacket.

Capture the flag could return to Overwatch “soon.”

Counter-Strike pros will help lead a boot camp at IMG Academy.

NBA player Jeremy Lin showed up at The Summit 7 to cast.

Trundle changes will largely be reverted in a coming League of Legends patch.

Best from around the web:

League of Legends

Team Dignitas signed Adrian “Adrian” Ma.

A look at early impressions of the League Champions Korea summer split.

An interview with Phoenix1’s William “Meteos” Hartman.

Even more Trundle buffs are on the way.

The career of Martin “Rekkles” Larsen in one minute.

An interview with DanDy and GBM from eUnited.


A Richard Lewis report about case opening sites.

How did SK Gaming’s best map become middling?


Laser Kittenz looked strong on the first day of the Overwatch Contenders group stage

Other games

Pokken will prepare for its second chance on the Nintendo Switch.

An interview with Beyond The Summit’s David “LD” Gorman.



European League Championship Series (LoL)

Misfits 2:1 G2

Splyce 2:1 Unicorns of Love

North American League Championship Series (LoL)

Immortals 2:0 Team Liquid

Echo Fox 2:0 EnVyUs

European Minor (CSGO)

LDLC 2:1 iGame (12-16, 16-10, 16-10)

Dignitas 2:1 LDLC (16-6, 14-16, 19-17)

ELEAGUE Clash for Cash

Astralis 2:1 (7-16, 16-4, 16-3)

The Summit 7 (Dota 2)

Losers round 1

NP 2:1 Empire

Digitas Chaos 2:0 Vici Gaming J

Winners final

Secret 2:0 LGD


European League Championship Series (LoL)

ROCCAT 2:0 Ninjas in Pyjamas

H2K 2:0 Vitality

North American League Championship Series (LoL)

Immortals 2:1 Cloud9

Team SoloMid 2:0 Team Liquid

Dignitas 2:1 Phoenix1

Counter Logic Gaming 2:1 FlyQuest

League Champions Korea (LoL)

Longzhu 2:0 MVP

Jin Air Green Wings 2:0 bbq Olivers

DreamHack Summer (CSGO)

Group A

SK Gaming 1:0 Singularity (16-9)

Immortals 1:0 mousesports (16-6)

Immortals 1:0 SK Gaming (16-10)

Group B

CLG 1:0 Gambit (19-16)

Fnatic 1:0 Cloud9 (16-12)

CLG 1:0 Fnatic (31-28)

European Minor (CSGO)


Dignitas 2:0 BIG (25-21, 16-5)

PENTA 2:1 EnVyUs (16-11, 9-16, 16-6)

Winners final

PENTA 2:1 Dignitas (16-12, 2-16, 16-13)

The Summit 7 (Dota 2)

Losers bracket

NP 2:0 Natus Vincere 2:1 Digital Chaos 2:0 NP


North American League Championship Series (LoL)

Counter Logic Gaming2:1 Phoenix1

TSM2:0 EnVyUs

Dignitas 2:1 Echo Fox

Cloud92:0 FlyQuest

League Champions Korea (LoL)

SK Telecom T1 2:1 Afreeca

Samsung Galaxy 2:0 Ever8

DreamHack Summer (CSGO)

Group A

mousesports 2:0 Singularity (16-14, 16-13)

SK Gaming 2:0 mousesports (16-14, 16-9)

Group B

Gambit 2:0 Cloud9 (16-12, 16-11)

Gambit 2: Fnatic (16-12, 19-17)

European Minor (CSGO)

Losers round 1

BIG 2:0 EnVyUs (16-4, 16-6)

Losers final

BIG 2:0 Dignitas (16-14, 16-14)

Grand final

BIG 2:0 PENTA (16-3, 16-6)

The Summit 7 (Dota 2)

Losers final 2:0 LGD Gaming

Grand final 3:2 Secret


(All times Eastern)

DreamHack Summer (CSGO)


Immortals vs. Fnatic, 6 a.m.

SK Gaming vs. Counter Logic Gaming, 9 a.m.

Grand final, 1 p.m.


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