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North America esports news

Dallas Fuel Complete Overwatch Rebuild

The Dallas Fuel have been on an extensive rebuild of their Overwatch squad, and it appears they have signed their final player to round out the team. Ki-hyo “Xzi” Jung is the last piece of their puzzle, and he will join forces with his former Paris Eternal teammates.

Xzi has proven himself to be an impeccable player in the past, but only time will tell if this roster can work together to pull the Fuel through the rankings. It is too early to say whether this latest acquisition to have an effect on the team’s odds at Overwatch betting sites.

Asia esports news

Hyhy Comes Out of Dota 2 Retirement

Benedict Lim “Hyhy” Han Yong has announced his return to the world of Dota 2 esports. This marks the second time he’s coming out of retirement, and we’re excited to see what he will bring to the game.

The Singaporean is yet to sign to a team but has joined the Emerge agency, which helps esports players find a job. Regardless of where he finds a new home, HyHy will surely shift their odds across Dota2 bookmakers. One of his most significant accomplishments was landing the third position at The International 2011.

Africa esports news

ATK Arena Host Successful Fortnite Solos

Over the weekend, South Africa’s ATK Arena hosted a Fortnite Solo tournament, open to fans and professionals alike. The total prize pool was R10,000, and it proved a massive success. The regular events that ATK host give us an insight on up-and-coming talent.

With the results in, the top player was Goliath Gaming’s Travis, which many South African betting sites predicted. He is one of the leading Fortnite players in the country, both when he’s playing on a team and individually.

Europe esports news

Gambit Dominate DreamHack Open qualifying

Gambit Esports came out on top of the recent DreamHack Open European Qualifier.In a field of more than 200 Counter-Strike teams, the Danish side left the contest as number one as they cruised through the single-elimination bracket without losing a map.

Thus far, only three other teams have a spot at the eight-team tournament. KOVA, out of the Finnish Telia Esports Series Three, have secured their place alongside Apeks, who were the winners of the Norwegian league, and Flowskola, who came through the Swedish qualifiers.

South America esports news

CS: GO Heavyweights to Clash in Flow Fire League

Infinity Esports, ranked 162nd in the world, are set to meet the Peruvian Supremacy eSports team on Wednesday, November 18th.

The Flow Fire League features best-of-three contests and a grand final. Supremacy have won four of their last five matches, beating Infinity once and losing to them once.

The winner will go through to the regionals. The first prize at the regional finals is US $3000, with second place settling for $1,500.

Oceania esports news

Australia down Philippines at FIBA Esports Open II

E-Gilas Pilipinas, the Philippines national esports team, left many fans disappointed despite being installed as NBA 2K betting favorites for their clash with Australia in the grand final of the Oceania & Southeast Asia conference at the FIBA Esports Open II.

They initially wowed spectators with their dominant performance in the elimination rounds. However, their luck fell short as they fell to their knees when facing the Aussies in the conference decider.

Australia’s team clinched second spot during the group stage, but they brought all of their might to the final and clinched the conference title with a 2-0 series win.

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