Going into the PGL Major, just about everyone had pegged four teams as the favorites to win the tournament: Astralis, SK Gaming, FaZe Clan, and G2. The first three had clearly surged ahead of the rest of the field, as they cemented their status with consistent results at premier events. Astralis remained Astralis, and though […]
All hail Zeus, and turning the page to roster shuffle season: DeKay’s Final Five from the PGL Major playoffs
In what would have definitely been classified as a stunner before the event, Gambit Gaming won the PGL Krakow Major on Sunday in a thrilling three set final against another surprising finalist in Immortals. Here are the final five takeaways from a truly off bracket stage.
SK Gaming was penalized part of its ESL One Cologne prize money for violating the rules regarding technical timeouts.
Group stage format has flaws and Cloud9 needs to make up its mind: DeKay’s Final Five from ESL One Cologne
SK Gaming continued its hot streak by winning ESL One Cologne over the weekend, an event that had plenty of moments to discuss.
During the end period of Fnatic’s dominance, three generational talents rose and made their first entrance into the global scene. They were Marcelo “coldzera” David, Oleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev and Nikola “NiKo” Kovac.
Twelve teams have been invited to the $250,000 Counter-Strike tournament at DreamHack Malmo, as revealed through a YouTube video titled “What Defines a Master.”