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.
After a wild summer and quick surge back into the professional Counter-Strike season, Slingshot’s Jarek “DeKay” Lewis answers more reader questions.
During ESL One New York, Virtus.pro’s Filip “NEO” Kubski gave a peek into what life was like for him and his teammates before esports exploded in popularity.
Slingshot’s Vince Nairn and Jarek “DeKay” Lewis caught up with Virtus.pro’s Wiktor “TaZ” Wojtas during ESL One New York to talk about four years with the same roster, the team’s struggles and where to go next.
After another early exit at a LAN event, Janusz “Snax” Pogorzelski will no longer be the in-game leader of Virtus.pro’s Counter-Strike team.
Slingshot’s Vince Nairn and Jarek “DeKay” Lewis caught up with Virtus.pro’s Filip “NEO” Kubski at ESL One New York to talk about the team’s form, in-game leading and where to go from here.
Virtus.pro silenced any wonder about potential changes to its Dota 2 roster in a YouTube video Monday, as the players reassured fans the team has no intentions of shaking up the roster.
As many of my readers love Counter-Strike, I thought I’d make a fun little comparison for some of the teams attending The International 7.