Slingshot Readers,

We NEED your support. More specifically, the author of this article needs your support. If you've been enjoying our content, you know that a lot of work goes into our stories and although it may be a work of passion, writers gotta eat. If just half our readers gave 1 DOLLAR a month, one measly dollar, we could fund all the work from StuChiu, DeKay, Emily, Andrew (and even Vince). If you contribute 5 DOLLARS a month, we invite you to join our Discord and hang with the team. We wouldn't bother you like this if we didn't need your help and you can feel good knowing that 100% of your donation goes to the writers. We'd really appreciate your support. After all, you're what makes all this happen. Learn more

Cloud9 and Fnatic qualify for worlds, Immortals forfeits map in DreamHack Montreal final

Our top stories from the weekend:

A look at Cloud9 entering the NA LCS gauntlet.

The winds of change continue to blow in Counter-Strike.

Rapid reactions from the EU LCS regional gauntlet matches.

An interview with Team ROCCAT’s League of Legends coach GrabbZ.

Madlife had high praise for Bdd upon his first impression.

Overwatch players were reassured duplicate loot box drops are credited.

The Lag Report beta went live in League of Legends’ North American server.

TmarTn and Syndicate reached a settlement with the FTC.

More details emerged about the anti-shield measures in League of Legends.

Riot Games revealed the talent lineup for the League of Legends World Championship.

SK Telecom T1 will play a show match with a KPop band.

Best from around the web:

League of Legends

Cloud9 and Fnatic became the final two teams to qualify for the League of Legends World Championship.

An interview with CLG’s Omar “OmarGod Amin.

Would Invictus Gaming do better at worlds than Team WE?


DaZeD assembled an ESEA MDL team.

Immortals and kNg are under criticism for conduct at DreamHack Montreal.

An interview with compLexity’s Alec “Slemmy” White.

An interview with CLG’s Stephen “reltuC” Cutler.

Interviews with Liquid’s Peter “stanislaw” jarguz and Mousesports’ Oskar.


Former TNC coach Kpispul joined Vega Squadron (Dota 2).

NuckleDu said he will donate his DreamHack Montreal winnings to a Hurricane Irma relief fund.

N0ne won DreamHack Montreal (Super Smash Bros Melee).



European League Championship Series (LoL)

Regional Gauntlet

H2K 3:0 Splyce

North American League Championship Series (LoL)

Regional Gauntlet

FlyQuest 3:0 Dignitas

ESG Tour Mykonos (CS:GO)

Group A

mousesports 2:0 Gambit (16-14, 16-14)

Group B

BIG 2:1 EnVyUs (8-16, 16-7, 16-6)

DreamHack Montreal (CS:GO)

Group A

North 1:0 Gale Force (16-14)

Kinguin 1:0 CLG (16-4)

North 1:0 Kinguin (16-11)

Group B

Cloud9 1:0 compLexity (16-5)

Immortals 1:0 Luminosity (16-5)

Immortals 1:0 Cloud9 (16-13)


Group A

FaZe Clan 1:0 Renegades (16-9)

Natus Vincere 1:0 G2 (16-10)

FaZe Clan 1:0 Natus Vincere (16-6)


European League Championship Series (LoL)

Regional Gauntlet

H2K 3:2 Unicorns of Love

North American League Championship Series (LoL)

Regional Gauntlet

Counter Logic Gaming 3:1 FlyQuest

ESG Tour Mykonos (CS:GO):


Team Liquid 2:0 SK Gaming (16-12, 16-10)

Mousesports 2:1 (14-16, 16-6, 16-14)

DreamHack Montreal (CS:GO)

Group A

CLG 2:0 Gale Force (16-9, 16-6)

CLG 2:0 Kinguin (16-10, 16-11)

Group B

Luminosity 2:0 compLexity (16-13, 16-10)

Cloud9 2:0 Luminosity (16-12, 16-5)


Group A

G2 2:0 Renegades (16-9, 16-2)

G2 2:0 Natus Vincere (16-12, 16-14)


European League Championship Series (LoL)

Regional Gauntlet

Fnatic 3:0 H2K

North American League Championship Series (LoL)

Regional Gauntlet

Cloud9 3:1 CLG

ESG Tour Mykonos (CS:GO)

Mousesports 3:2 Liquid (16-8, 5-16, 16-9, 13-16, 16-4)

DreamHack Montreal (CS:GO)


Immortals 2:0 CLG (16-14, 16-10)

North 2:0 Cloud9 (16-6, 16-11)


North 2:0 Immortals (1-0, 16-2)


(All times Eastern)



Leave a Reply