Miami Heat, Lionsgate invest in teams, MonteCristo and DoA done casting LCK

Our top stories from Tuesday:

Counter Logic Gaming will add Pujan “FNS” Mehta to its Counter-Strike roster.

Riot Games adjusted the schedule on its website to accommodate IEM Katowice.

Why Lee “Faker” Sang-hyeok is still adamant about changing the perception of pro gamers in Korea.

Twitch announced the date and new location for this year’s TwitchCon.

Longzhu Gaming’s Expession said he lost the desire to play League of Legends during his year and a half hiatus.

Best from around the web:

League of Legends

Riot Games released Patch 7.1.

Christopher “MonteCristo” Mykes and Eric “DoA” Lonnquist will no longer cast League Champions Korea for OGN.

Riot confirmed the groups for the European League Championship Series split.

Heo “irean” Young-cheol announced he will coach Team Vitality this season.

Offseason report cards for the North American LCS.

Dota 2

NewBee.Boss announced a mixed-gender lineup.

Counter-Strike

Godsent missed out on qualifying for DreamHack Las Vegas.

IEM Katowice details were released.

Overwatch

Ex-Reunited players are eyeing a move to North America or Korea.

Renegades appears confident holding onto its Winter Premiere winning streak.

Other Games

The Miami Heat purchased a stake in Misfits.

Movistar and ESL partnered to push esports in Spain.

Lionsgate has invested in Immortals.

Daniel “Tefokints” Lee talks about the state of Super Smash Bros.

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