PEA plans to outlaw teams from ESL Pro League, FC Copenhagen reportedly signing ex-Dignitas CSGO roster

Our top stories from Tuesday:

The Professional Esports Association plans to outlaw its teams from participating in the ESL Pro League, according to multiple sources.

Walter Day: The forgotten grandfather of esports.

Pawn updated fans about his back injury and why he returned to Korean League of Legends.

Building the Green Wall: The recent rise of OpTic Gaming.

Best from around the web:

League of Legends

Dignitas announced its full roster.

An interview with Fabian ‘Febiven’ Diepstraten.

The Jin Air Green Wings signed rookie jungler Um “Umti” Sung-hyeon.

CJ Entus signed Kim “caNdy” Seung-ju.

Interviews with Clearlove and Mata from the AllStar event.

Counter-Strike

F.C. Copenhagen will reportedly sign the ex-Dignitas roster.

The Dignitas report came hours after F.C. Copenhagen announced its plans to sign an esports team.

Joakim jkaem Myrbostad has left FaZe Clan.

Seven teams have been invited to DreamHack Las Vegas.

Overwatch

Tracer is Overwatch’s first official queer character.

Other games

Misfits has entered Hearthstone by signing three players.

Esports attorney Ryan Morrison has started the Evolved Talent Agency for player representation.

A look at the wild finish to 2016 for William “Leffen” Hjelte and Juan “Hungrybox” Debiedma.

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