Week four of the 2019 LCS Summer Split served us with a few unusual results and close fights in matches that were expected to be completely one-sided.
BLAST Pro Series returns to the capital of Denmark this autumn with six teams battling it out for a share of $250,000 and BLAST Pro Series points.
The third week of LEC Summer Split 2019 is finished and while there are no surprises at the top of the leaderboard, the fight for a top-six finish is very much alive with all but one team still capable of reaching the playoffs.
It’s that time of the year again when the best League of Legends esports teams from EU and NA face off against each other in hopes of proving their region is the best in the West.
Jonathan “EliGE” Jablonowski won the award for the most valuable player of the ESL Pro League Season 9 Finals after starring in Team Liquid’s victory over G2 in the decider.
Team Liquid have extended their lead at the top of the CS: GO world rankings by defeating G2 Esports at the ESL Pro League Season 9 Finals in Montpellier, France.
It has taken Auto Chess only six months to go from a Dota game mode to a fully fledged esports, with the first-ever tournament scheduled for October 2019 in Shanghai, China, with a breathtaking $1 million prize pool.
After failing to win any of their opening five matches at the LCS Summer Split, 100 Thieves seem to have found their rhythm with an upset win over Cloud9 in week four.
100 Thieves have hired former Infinite Esports & Entertainment executive Jacob Toft-Andersen to their leadership team following the takeover of Infinite Esport by Immortals Gaming Club.
NRG Esports took down Astralis in the final match of Group A in the ESL Pro League Season 9 Finals to earn direct passage into the semi-finals, with the losing Danes heading to the quarter-finals.