Millenium announces EUCS roster, Smash players talk about circuit

Our top stories from Thursday:

Blizzard caught 10,000 Overwatch cheaters since the beginning of January.

SK Telecom T1’s head coach commented on the increased number of bans.

Dota 2 was the No. 1 played game on Steam in 2016, with Counter-Strike second.

Best from around the web:

League of Legends

Millenium announced its roster for the European Challenger Series.

An interview with Origen’s Erik “Tabzz” van Helvert.

An interview with Paul “sOAZ” Boyer about joining Fnatic.

Misfits’ owner and a Miami Heat executive talked about the partnership between the organizations.

Counter-Strike

Tome “lurppis” Kovanen interviewed North in-game leader Mathias “MSL” Lauridsen.

Lurppis’ storylines heading into DreamHack Leipzig.

Virtus.pro and Ninjas in Pyjamas have been invited to IEM Katowice.

ELEAGUE revealed the talent for the Major.

HLTV’s Top 20 players of 2016 countdown has reached the top 10.

Overwatch

A list of the seven best Overwatch streamers on Twitch.

Other Games

What the top Super Smash Bros Melee players in the world would want from a Smash circuit.

Alibaba made a three-year commitment to one of esports’ highest-paying tournaments.

Five questions for Hearthstone’s future.

A look at the best Rocket League free agents available.

Slingshot Editor-In-Chief. Former newspaper reporter from Cleveland, Ohio, who appreciates clean copy and good Counter-Strike.

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