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.
SK Gaming’s reported acquisition of Ricardo “boltz” Prass is not yet permanent, and João “felps” Vasconcellos will play at least two major LANs with SK Gaming in the next few months, according to sources close to the team.
João “felps” Vasconcellos is on his way out of SK Gaming’s Counter-Strike and set to be replaced by Immortals’ Ricardo “boltz” Prass, according to a report Thursday by HLTV.
After a wild summer and quick surge back into the professional Counter-Strike season, Slingshot’s Jarek “DeKay” Lewis answers more reader questions.
At ESL One New York, Team Liquid pulled off the unimaginable in defeating Astralis and SK Gaming during a run to the finals.
When Valve introduced skins and the Major system, no one could have imagined the impact and reverberations those moves eventually made throughout the Counter-Strike scene.
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.
The EPICENTER Counter-Strike tournament will take place Oct. 23-29 in St. Petersburg, Russia, according to a release Thursday from Epic Esports Events.
The PGL Krakow Major was supposed to be the fight for the crown, the final battle between SK Gaming, FaZe Clan, G2 Esports and Astralis for CS:GO supremacy.