NALCS spring finals in Vancouver, Four LoL, two CSGO teams announced for IEM Katowice

Our top stories from Tuesday:

Team Liquid’s Counter-Strike team will enter the ELEAGUE Major after another chaotic year

Why North American League of Legends fans will like Ssumday, the “crazy high school kid” top laner.

Roundup of post-game interviews from League Champions Korea, including Haru from Samsung Galaxy, and Deft and the head coach of KT Rolster.

Best from around the web:

League of Legends

The North American League Championship Series spring finals will be held in Vancouver.

H2K, Unicorns of Love, M19 and Cloud9 are the first four teams confirmed for IEM Katowice.

Caster Richard “Pulse” Kam will leave the European LCS to cast the League of Legends Pro League.

Offseason report cards for the European LCS teams.

Cho “Watch” Jaegeol has retired to become a full-time streamer for the Kongdoo Company.


SK Gaming and Astralis have been invited to IEM Katowice.

ESL One, IEM and DreamHack events will be streamed in virtual reality throughout 2017.

HLTV has reached the top five of its annual player rankings.


An Overwatch streamer has reached level 2,000 after almost 1,700 hours of play.

An interview with StarCraft II caster Wolf Schröder about Overwatch.

Other Games

Clash of titans: Flash vs. Jaedong doesn’t disappoint (StarCraft II).

Panda Global signed two Super Smash Bros Melee players ahead of Genesis 4.


League Champions Korea

SK Telecom T1 2:0 Jin Air Green Wings


(All times Eastern)

League Champions Korea

MVP vs. BBQ Olivers, 6 a.m.

Afreeca Freecs vs. Samsung Galaxy, 3 a.m. Thursday

League of Legends Pro League

Royal Never Give Up vs. I MAY, 4 a.m. Thursday


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