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PGL Major qualifiers complete, TI7 prize pool tops $20 million

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A League of Legends interview with Lee “Shrimp” Byeong-hoon.

Matthew “Sadokist” Trivett says his BMW has been stolen.

Khan says there are no bad champions in League of Legends.

Peanut says he’s not worried about losing his job as SKT’s starting jungler.

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Faker tells Twitch chat users they don’t know shit in the most polite way possible.

Diana and Garen will receive further tuning in League of Legends.

Riot Games announced talent for this week’s Rift Rivals tournaments.

What you need to know about ReKT Global, a company aiming to bridge the gap between sports and esports.

Popular Dota 2 caster Sheever started chronicling her fight with cancer via a blog.

Locke, an ex-Rise Nation Overwatch player, claims to have retired.

The list of TI7 teams says more about who won’t be there than the participating teams.

SKT’s League of Legends World Championship skins will be released Wednesday.

Samsung Galaxy’s head coach says being in first place means nothing.

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League of Legends

Breaking the spell of DAN Gaming.

A breakdown of MVP’s summer split struggles.

An interview with Team Liquid coach Jang “Cain” Nu-ri.

Counter-Strike

Betway became ESL One Cologne’s official betting partner.

A look at the end of the Ninjas in Pyjamas era.

Examining the function of each role in the game.

Misfits qualified for DreamHack Atlanta.

Interviews with Cloud9’s Jake “Stewie2k” Yip and mousesports’ Robin “ropz” Kool from the PGL Major Qualifier.

Overwatch

eUnited won Overwatch Contenders Season Zero in Europe.

Evil Geniuses dropped its Overwatch team after two months.

Other games

The International 7 prize pool has eclipsed $20 million (Dota 2).

EVO registration is down significantly in a few games.

Results

Friday

PGL Major Qualifier (CSGO)

BIG 1:0 Tengri (16-14)

Immortals 1:0 Dignitas (16-13)

Flipsid3 Tactics 1:0 HellRaisers (16-3)

G2 1:0 Cloud9 (16-11)

mousesports 1:0 Godsent (16-11)

European League Championship Series (LoL)

Vitality 2:0 ROCCAT

H2K 2:0 Misfits

North American League Championship Series (LoL)

Cloud9 2:1 Team SoloMid

Phoenix1 2:1 EnVyUs

Saturday

League Champions Korea (LoL)

Longzhu Gaming 2:1 Afreeca Freecs

Jin Air Green Wings 2:0 Samsung Galaxy

European League Championship Series (LoL)

G2 2:0 Mysterious Monkeys

Unicorns of Love 2:1 Ninjas in Pyjamas

North American League Championship Series (LoL)

Counter Logic Gaming 2:1 Cloud9

TSM 2:0 Immortals, 3 p.m.

FlyQuest 2:1 Dignitas

Echo Fox 2:1 Liquid

PGL Major (CSGO)

Round 3

Dignitas 1:0 Tengri (16-7)

Renegades 1:0 OpTic (16-10)

Vega Squadron 1:0 TyLoo (16-10)

BIG 1:0 Immortals (16-9)

Cloud9 1:0 Godsent (16-11)

mousesports 1:0 PENTA (16-14)

Liquid 1:0 HellRasers (16-2)

G2 1:0 Flipsid3 (16-13)

Sunday

League Champions Korea (LoL)

bbq Olivers 2:1 Ever8 Winners

SK Telecom T1 2:0 MVP

North American League Championship Series (LoL)

FlyQuest 2:1 Echo Fox

Phoenix1 2:1 Immortals

CLG 2:0 Team Liquid

EnVyUs 2:1 Dignitas

PGL Major Qualifier (CSGO)

Round 4

PENTA 1:0 Vega Squadron (16-8)

HellRaisers 1:0 TyLoo (16-11)

Dignitas 1:0 Renegades (16-14)

Immortals 1:0 Godsent (16-14)

Cloud9 1:0 Flipsid3 (16-3)

BIG 1:0 Liquid (16-10)

Round 5

Immortals 1:0 HellRaisers (16-13)

Vega Squadron 1:0 Dignitas (16-5)

Flipsid3 1:0 Liquid (25-23)

Schedule

(All times Eastern)

Monday

None

Tuesday

ESL One Cologne (CSGO)

Round 1

SK Gaming vs. Space Soldiers, 7:15 a.m.

Immortals vs. Virtus.pro, 7:15 a.m.

G2 vs. TyLoo, 8:30 a.m.

Ninjas in Pyjamas vs. Cloud9, 8:30 a.m.

OpTic vs. North, 9:45 a.m.

Natus Vincere vs. Team Liquid, 9:45 a.m.

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