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.
Shaq is getting deep into CS:GO, and it’s the only way.
The ECS will join the ranks of the entertainment elite as it’s grand finals take place at the SSE Arena in Wembley, London, next month. London has become a hotspot for eSports tournaments and seems to be the perfect place for the finale of this $3.5 million Championship.
On Friday WESA was officially announced as an association which aims to regulate eSports professionally througout the globe. Unfortunately for them, a large portion of the community is still rather skeptical about ESLs involvement in the organization, and where is Valve’s comment on the whole ordeal?
A leaked photo of the World eSports Association blew up the CS:GO world last night. The photo features a number of popular teams and the Electronic Sports League implicating something big on horizon in terms of a players union… or not.
ESL One is heading to Brooklyn, New York for their first USA major of 2016. Eight of the world’s best CS:GO teams will travel to North America to take part in the biggest eSports tournament the East Coast has ever seen.
South Africa’s very first VAC Ban drama has arrived, and it comes with well deserved disbelief and confusion. Invert, a well known player since the start of Counter-Strike received a VAC Ban on his main account after allegedly fooling around on a smurf with a bunny hop script. Some believe him, but many don’t.
Oleksandr “S1imple” Kostyliev has parted ways with yet another CS:GO team. S1mple joined Team Liquid only four months ago, where he played a crucial role in their success in North American which unfortunately ended in a semi-final finish at MLG Columbus. S1mple will now return to Europe where he starts the process of finding a team all over again.
ESL are bringing eSports to lesser known regions of Europe, but when will they notice us?
As audiences grow, and more eSports tournaments are broadcasted to live television meeting widespread criticism, could publisher and developers look to simplify their titles in order to cater to these audiences? Let’s discuss.
After 18 months of struggled, Ninjas in Pyjamas are your Dreamhack Masters Malmo champions!