In 2015, a small overlooked event called Gfinity: Champion of Champions just happened to have the top four Counter-Strike teams in the world at the time.
The group draw for the League of Legends World Championship took place Tuesday morning, and worlds groups have been decided for the play-in and group stages.
It had been more than a month since the last significant Counter-Strike LAN, and many of the world’s top teams took part in DreamHack Malmö over the weekend.
Out of 24 teams that will reach the League of Legends World Championship this year, 22 have already punched their ticket, and two more spots remain.
Gambit announced Tuesday the signing of Alexey “Sharkz” Taranda as the strategic coach for its League of Legends team after a two week trial period.
The CS:GO roster shuffle has largely come to a close, and it surpassed any expectations Counter-Strike fans could have had when it started.