It’s finally over. The race for a spot in the 2016 League of Legends World Championship has come to a close, as each of the 16 teams that will attend has earned its spot through regional domination, consistent strength, or perseverance throughout a brutal gauntlet.
Looking at the North American League Championship Series Regional Bracket is a lot like looking at an advent calendar during Christmas season.
The current system of live journalism at esports events is both staggering to newcomers and yet wholly unsurprising given the youth of the medium.
The North American League Championship Series Quarterfinals went off without a hitch, and I don’t just mean in terms of avoiding disastrous audio issues.
Last week’s “calm before the storm” argument turned out to be correct…and exactly what the North American League Championship Series needed heading into the last week of play.
We’ve finally reached the end of the European League Championship Series’ experiment with the best-of-two format, which was received like a DC Comics superhero movie: people either loved it or really hated it.
Virtus.pro has been one of the most recognizable organizations in professional Counter-Strike for years, with the same roster being intact since January 2014.
Slingshot’s Chase “RedShirtKing” Wassenar caught up with CLG’s Stephen “reltuC” Cutler to talk about the roster going forward and what’s next for CLG.
Something always feels uneasy about the calm before the storm. It’s that feeling of everything being “too quiet” that keeps one wondering what is going to go disastrously wrong.
While their European brethren panicked in a desperate attempt to change their fate before worlds qualification or inevitable relegation set in, North American League of Legends teams boldly chose to not make any moves at all.