The most prestigious Counter-Strike event of the summer has hit the halfway point, and it’s time for a quick reset after the PGL Major group stage.
In one of the great finals of CS:GO history, Astralis squeaked by Virtus.Pro to win the ELEAGUE Major.
During the end period of Fnatic’s dominance, three generational talents rose and made their first entrance into the global scene. They were Marcelo “coldzera” David, Oleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev and Nikola “NiKo” Kovac.
Twelve teams have been invited to the $250,000 Counter-Strike tournament at DreamHack Malmo, as revealed through a YouTube video titled “What Defines a Master.”
Astralis benched in-game leader Finn “karrigan” Andersen on Oct. 11. For karrigan, it was one of the worst days of his professional Counter-Strike career.
SK Gaming claimed the title at the ECS Season 3 Finals, which included dynamic semifinal and final matches among the best Counter-Strike teams in the world. With SK back on top, and an emerging EliGE from Team Liquid, here’s a look at my final five observations from ECS Season 3.
ECS Season 3 Finals, ESL One Cologne and the PGL Major offer three chances for someone to end the parity era of CSGO
After the ELEAGUE Major, professional Counter-Strike entered the period of superteams.
ESL announced Thursday it will return for another year of IEM Oakland, which will take place Nov. 18-19 at Oracle Arena. Astralis and FaZe Clan will attend the event, which has a prize pool of $300,000.