Our top stories from Tuesday:
An interview with ROX Tigers coach Jeong “NoFe” No-Chul from the League of Legends World Championship.
A look at the constant roster turnover for Team Liquid Counter-Strike.
Luck might be on H2K’s side so far through worlds, at least according to one player.
Riot Games Korea has banned a Challenger player for 20 months for using illegal helper software.
Danil “Diamondprox” Reshetnikov is returning to Gambit Gaming.
Best from around the web:
League of Legends
The Flash Wolves announced its entire team has re-signed for the 2017 season.
A look at the long and slow rise of Song “Smeb” Kyung-ho into one of the best players in the world.
An interview with Cloud9’s Jeong “Impact” Eon-Young from worlds.
Team Secret released a puzzling statement amid allegations from a former player about the environment.
Clement “Puppey” Ivanov also released a statement in response to Jacky ‘EternalEnvy” Mao’s claims.
Both Virtus.pro and EternalEnvy’s new team, NP, have qualified for The Summit 6.
A look at Andreas Franck “Cr1t-” Nielsen’s move to Evil Geniuses.
Valve has addressed complaints made against it by the Washington State Gambling Commission.
ELEAGUE Season 2 talent has been announced.
An interview with Fnatic’s Dennis “Dennis” Edman at EPICENTER.
An interview with HellRaisers’ Patrik “Zero” Žúdel from EPICENTER.
The French football governing body is going to create a FIFA League.
A look at all the players competing in the Hearthstone World Championship.
Dignitas 1:1 Ninjas in Pjyamas (12-16, 16-12)
Natus Vincere 1:1 G2 (16-9, 11-16)
G2 1:1 Dignitas (14-16, 16-12)
SK Gaming 1:1 Fnatic (16-9, 5-16)
(All times Eastern)
Natus Vincere vs. Ninjas in Pyjamas, 10 a.m.
SK Gaming vs. HellRaisers, 7 a.m.
Fnatic vs. Virtus.pro, 1 p.m.