Our top stories from Tuesday:
Kelsey Moser’s EU LCS in Review: Week 10 trends and quarterfinal predictions.
A League of Legends interview with H2K’s Marcin “Jankos” Jankowski.
Backlash toward Bang’s on-stream comments came because of SKT’s high standards for behavior.
Counter Logic Gaming added Steve “Ryu” Rattacasa as CS:GO coach.
Gambit signed fitch to complete its CS:GO roster.
Tencent reportedly invested in PUBG developer Bluehole, which Bluehole denied.
Swag will stand in for Cloud9 at the ESL New York qualifier.
Riot Games likely won’t release another duo champion set like Xayah and Rakan.
Cloud9 acquired Will “RUSH” Wierzba and Tarik “tarik” Celik from OpTic Gaming.
Riot is targeting Azir updates for League of Legends Patch 7.19.
Ninjas in Pyjamas dropped Betway as its main sponsor to adhere to EU LCS rules.
ESL extended its roster lock deadline until Thursday night.
Eight teams are headed to the Overwatch World Cup playoffs.
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League of Legends
Why and how to watch the EU LCS promotional tournament.
Top plays from the NA LCS summer split.
Horvy is reportedly close to signing with Immortals.
Trace announced his return to activity.
Lunatic-Hai will reportedly occupy the Seoul spot in Overwatch League.
Misfits reportedly signed a Gigantti player.
Team EnVyUs’ Mickie is being featured in a 40-minute Thai documentary.
Why the new Deathmatch modes are fun but not perfect.
How The International became the “Super Bowl for nerds” (Dota 2).
Two more esports orgs will compete in the PUBG Invitaional at Gamescom.