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Liquid reportedly drops Overwatch roster, Tempo Storm to sign ex-Pain CS:GO squad

Our top stories from Monday:

Tempo Storm will sign the ex-Pain and ex-Luminosity Counter-Strike roster, according to sources.

League of Legends interviews with G2’s Luka “Perkz” Perkovic and Immortals’ Eugene “Pobelter” Park.

Comparing Dota 2 teams to their Counter-Strike counterparts.

Runner confirmed RunAway’s Season 4 OGN APEX roster on stream.

Geguri signed with the ROX Orcas.

Giants Gaming and Schalke 04 qualified for the EU LCS promotional tournament.

The punishment for PC Bang owners caught with underage children playing Overwatch has been lessened.

Riot Games revealed the newest champion, Ornn the Mountainsmith.

EnVyUs reportedly joined Overwatch League as the Austin-Dallas franchise.

The slew of teasers for the next League of Legends runes don’t have to do with damage.

Best from around the web:

League of Legends

A look at how each North American LCS team could make worlds.

An interview with H2K’s Marcin “Jankos” Jankowski.


A look at how the coaching role has changed during the last year.

July contained a record number of cheater bans.


Team Liquid will reportedly drop its Overwatch roster.

The Helsinki Reds dropped half their Overwatch team.

Blizzard is hoping to make Overwatch easier to view.


The Gfinity Elite Series will expand to Australia.

Making the case for each team at Ti7.


The International 7 (Dota 2)

Playoffs upper bracket

Invictus Gaming 2:1 Team Liquid

NewBee 2:0 Evil Geniuses

Playoffs lower bracket

Team Secret 1:0 Execration

Empire 1:0 Cloud9

OG 1:0 Infamous

Digital Chaos 1:0 Invictus Gaming Vitality


(All times Eastern)

The International 7 (Dota 2)

Upper bracket

LGD.Forever Young vs. TNC, 1 p.m.

LGD vs., 4 p.m.

Lower bracket

Team Liquid vs. Team Secret, 7 p.m.

Evil Geniuses vs. Empire, 10 p.m.


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