Category: News

CompLexity Announce Roster Changes

One of North America’s largest and most successful esports organizations, CompLexity Gaming, have announced several changes to their CS:GO roster.  The team lost two players at the end of January. Alec “Slemmy” White retired from competitive esports, while Matt “Warden” Dickens moved over to the position of team manager. They have been replaced by Pujan

Na’Vi Finalize Their Roster Lineup

After releasing SoNNeikO from their roster in the last minute, it seemed like the drama would never end. It did though, just hours before the roster lock deadline for the Dota 2 Pro Circuit.  The Ukrainian fan favourite replaced their captain, Akbar “SoNNeikO” Butaev with a Serbian hard support player Nikola “LeBronDota” Popović. SoNNeikO was

CLG Leaves CS:GO, Keeps Women’s Team

The large American esports organisation seems to be cutting its losses when it comes to CS:GO competitions.  CLG just barely missed out on ESL Pro League Season 6 finals, and apparently this was the straw that broke the camel’s back. It looks like the organisation doesn’t have any more money to spare in order to

IEM Oakland 2017: Semifinals

It’s getting hotter at IEM Oakland and now we’re left with only four teams that vie for victory. IEM Oakland is one of the most prolific tournaments around, and is now in its 12th iteration.   The prize pool consists of not too shabby $300,000. The winning team takes home $125,000. Fittingly, 12 teams began the

The Perfect World Masters: An Overview

Dota 2 goes to China yet again. This time it’s a first Minor in the Far East: The Perfect World Masters that will be held in Shanghai from this 17 to 26 November.  The prize pool is $300,000, but perhaps more importantly, 300 Pro Circuit Points are also awarded. The winning team will take 150

Game Over for Immortal’s Kng

A real drama unfolded on final day of Dreamhack Montreal on 10 September that shook the CS:GO world to the core. As the dust begins to settle, we are providing you with an overview of the events that created such turmoil in Immortal’s ranks. Late Arrivals Three players from Immortal’s CS:GO roster arrived late for

PENTA Sports Lets Go of Its CS:GO Roster

PENTA Sports, a German esports organisation, decided yesterday to disband their CS:GO roster. The team and the players mutually agreed to contract termination. In a lengthy tweet, PENTA explained that “This time last year we ended up having half a team and not being able to compete properly for months, disappointing our fans and ourselves”.