Pro players reflect on Bodyy’s Cache wall bang; KennyS never used it because “it’s his wall and it belongs to him, so I don’t want to take the credit for it.”
When G2’s Alexandre “bodyy” Pianaro first pulled out his infamous wall bang from T Spawn on Cache, the entire CS:GO world went crazy.
Stanislaw on IGLs: “You can always learn anything, in my opinion, as long as you put in the right amount of work, but also there is some certain natural abilities that I feel that an in-game leader should have.”
With the PGL Krakow Major over and done, all eyes will once again turn to the offseason roster changes that we will most likely see.
Friberg on NiP: “In the end, it felt like we tried everything, but nothing really worked out, so we knew that something had to be done after we went out after the minor qualifier.”
For Ninjas in Pyjamas, the unthinkable happened June 12.
Aizy: “I think we’re lacking a lot of confidence right now. Confidence is such a big part of CS, and if you’re lacking it, it’s pretty hard to play.”
Philip “aizy” Aistrup has had an interesting few months.
PashaBiceps on goal of soccer match with SK: “I think we want to show people that gamers, esport gamers, are not only lazy bums who only play (on the) computer all day.”
Just what has happened to Virtus.Pro? One minute the Polish powerhouse was a Major runner-up and DreamHack Las Vegas champion, and the next it dropped out of IEM Katowice before the main event, got relegated from the ESL Pro League and ECS and then failed to win any matches at ESL One Cologne.
Shroud on ESL One Cologne: “Before we came here we were just going to use this event as practice because we had no time to practice before.”
Cloud9’s month long journey through Europe got off to a pretty poor start with three map losses and a last place finish at DreamHack Summer.
Seized looking ahead at his career: “No one can know what’s going to be in the future, but I hope everything is going to be OK with us and we will stay together and keep achieving our goals.”
Go back a little over a year and Natus Vincere was undoubtedly one of the top Counter-Strike teams in the world
Ropz on Stewie’s taunts to Mouz: “I think it’s good that people are having this kind of approach at the games. I really like when people just have some banter between each other.”
When mousesports sold Nikola “NiKo” Kovac to FaZe Clan after the ELEAGUE Major, many were concerned about the team’s potential to stay near the top.
Ding It, a UK-based esports broadcasting company that has touted its “amazing” growth, has actually been purchasing at least 20 percent of its traffic via paid advertisements
Heading into the summer split in the European League of Legends Championship Series, Vitality was tabbed as a potential worlds candidate