SK and Luminosity have come to a humble agreement and as of July 1st the Brazilian Major Champions will be playing under a new organization.
When Duncan “Thorin” Shields starts discussion hacking and cheating in CS:GO you have to understand their may be an issue. Valve’s Anti Cheat (VAC) software may not be working, but what else needs to be done to put everyone’s mind at ease?
A lawsuit now threatens the eSports betting world as one lone individual is planning to take Valve to court over underage gambling.
Brazilian team Immortals upset the Swedish home crowd as they defeated Ninjas in Pyjams 2-0 to take Dreamhack Summer.
Splyce, a North American based team, have picked up an Overwatch roster consisting of up and coming talent. The roster includes ex-Team Fortress 2 professional players and a familiar face in the CS:GO scene.
EGEs eSports Arena will play host to some South Africa’s biggest eSports titles this year. From Counter-Strike to FIFA, EGE will have it all, and you’ll get the chance to compete as well in various public tournaments.
I new kind of Visa issue has plagued eSports. This time Astralis captain Finn “Karrigan” Anderson has had his Visa Waiver denied after he visited Iran within the past five years.
League of Legends team Immortals have entered CS:GO acquiring former Tempo Storm who went up for sale after being left out of Turner’s ELEAGUE and various other international tournaments.
SKYLLA will usher in a new age of CS:GO tournaments by pitting male and female teams against eachother in a mixed competition for $17,500.
CS:GO’s latest update brings in important gameplay changes to spectating and playing with the much needed “fade to black” on death. An interesting change which will be felt in upcoming tournaments.
Yet another international CS:GO tournament will be including South Africa. The World Championships, hosted by E-Frag, will include SA in their qualifier consisting of 83 teams from countries around the world. While this team may now legally be called South Africa, they will be comprised of the best players in the country.
Let’s take a look at the initial response from the community regarding ESEA opening up in South Africa.