Roll back the years: EPICENTER 2017
Before EPICENTER started, I referred to it as the “Champion of Champions” tournament.
Rogue benches shinobi for remainder of ESL Pro League season
North American Counter-Strike team Rogue has benched in-game leader Josh “shinobi” Abastado for the remainder of the ESL Pro League season, according to multiple sources.
DeKay’s Final Five: EPICENTER 2017
Here’s the DeKay Final Five from a wild week that was EPICENTER 2017.
ECS Season 4 finals to take place in Cancun, Mexico
The ECS Season 4 finals will take place Dec. 15-17 in Cancun, Mexico, FaceIt announced Thursday.
FaZe Clan’s double-edged sword
With EPICENTER going on, I’ve been paying particular attention to FaZe Clan to see any patterns in its play to see what weaknesses there are.
Quick thoughts from EPICENTER Day 1
Some things I wanted to point out from Day 1 of EPICENTER. Gambit continues to give FaZe Clan problems. They were responsible for eliminating FaZe early at DreamHack Malmo and on Day 1 almost beat FaZe again. Of note is that olofmeister had a bad day, but on the other hand GuardiaN went full god […]
Valve will choose the second CS:GO Major of 2018 by the end of next month
Valve has started the selection process for the second CS:GO Major of 2018 and will make a decision by the end of November, according to a report Monday from HLTV. Valve emailed tournament organizers seeking proposals for the second Major of 2018 and will look to choose one by the end of next month, the game […]
Heroic CS:GO coach steps down
Henrik “FeTiSh” Christensen will step down as the coach of Heroic’s Counter-Strike team for personal reasons. “I leave the team to focus on other things, including my family, which also forced me to stay at home for personal reasons during the ELEAGUE tournament, but I would like to thank all the Heroic players and RFRSH, and I wish […]
Things to look out for at EPICENTER
I already wrote a preview about EPICENTER, but here are some interesting things to add on to that.