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SKT stunned in LCK final, five teams qualify for ELEAGUE CS:GO Premier

Our top stories from the weekend:

A Zeus Retrospective, Part 2.

A League of Legends interview with Choi “Huhi” Jae-hyun.

DeKay and Stuchiu analyze the CS:GO roster shuffle (Part 2).

Highlights from Longzhu’s LCK final press conference after beating SK Telecom T1.

CS:GO pros predict the outcome of the McGregor/Mayweather fight.

Championship Ashe will receive a gold chroma that can be unlocked during worlds.

Schalke 04 rejoined the EU LCS.

A handful of champions are in line for League of Legends Patch 7.18 nerfs.

Faker said Bdd’s play style isn’t always a good way to play.

Big changes to Nidalee hit the League of Legends PBE.

Pridestalker and Pr0lly won EU LCS awards for rookie and coach of the summer split.

The reason League of Legends pros play a patch behind everyone else is preparation.

One day after her rework went live in the Overwatch PTR, Mercy was nerfed.

GorillA said he was tired of seeing Wolf in the LCK final.

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League of Legends

Why Adrian “Adrian” Ma is the most underrated support in the NA LCS.

A look at the famed Faker/Ryu duel from years ago.

An interview with EnVyUs’ Apollo “Apollo” Price.


EnVyUs and Heroic qualified for the ELEAGUE CS:GO Premier, to be joined by Immortals, Liquid and Renegades.

OpTic’s CS:GO team will have to live in North America in order to maintain its ESL Pro League license.

The top 10 most impactful roster moves in CS:GO history.

WARDELL apologized for how he left Rogue.


Doomfist might have been nerfed in the PTR without notice.

Each team joining Overwatch League will need to create a separate brand for its team.


A 19-year-old phenom won the Quake World Championship.

A look at the best Smash 4 players in the world.

Cloud9 won the PUBG duo tournament at Gamescom.

Fnatic signed three players, including EternaLEnVy (Dota 2).



ESL Pro League Season 6 (CS:GO)


FaZe Clan 2:0 ENVyUs (16-12, 16-7)

Fnatic 2:0 LDLC (16-4, 16-6)

Heroic 2:0 Natuc Vincere (16-10, 16-14)

North 2:0 EnVyUs (16-13, 16-6)

North America

SK Gaming 2:0 compLexity (16-12, 16-8)

Immortals 1:1 Renegades (16-19, 16-11)

Team Liquid 2:0 Counter Logic Gaming (16-11, 16-6)

CLoud9 1:1 NRG (16-13, 8-16)

European League Championship Series (LoL)

Spring promotion

Schalke 04 3:0 Ninjas in Pyjamas


ESL Pro League Season 6 (CS:GO)


Natus Vincere 1:1 Fnatic (9-16, 16-5)

North 2:0 Ninjas in Pyjamas (16-5, 16-12)

League Champions Korea (LoL)

Spring final

Longzhu 3:1 SK Telecom T1

European League Championship Series (LoL)

Spring playoffs

Misfits 3:1 Fnatic

North American League Championship Series (LoL)

Spring playoffs

Immortals 3:0 Counter Logic Gaming


European League Championship Series (LoL)

Spring playoffs

G2 3:0 H2K

North American League Championship Series (LoL)

Spring playoffs

Team SoloMid 3:1 Dignitas

ESL Pro League Season 6 (CS:GO)


Fnatic vs. LDLC, 1 p.m.

G2 1:1 mousesports (16-7, 22-25)

Natus Vincere 1:1 Ninjas in Pyjamas (16-9, 13-16)


League Champions Korea (LoL)

Regional gauntlet

Afreeca Freecs 3:2 MVP


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