Valve has unveiled some significant changes for the upcoming CS:GO Majors, with tournaments moved to May and November with a reduced schedule of two weeks apiece.
After years of near-misses, Team Liquid have finally claimed a big-time title with their victory over Fnatic in the final of the CS:GO Intel Extreme Masters in Sydney.
QuickFire has announced the return of the LOOT.BET HotSHot Series and a $20,000 prize pool to take place from May 30 to June 4. The third instalment of the CS:GO series will be no different from the first two instalments when it comes to the number of teams and prizes.
Ninjas in Pyjamas and Heroic will go to war in what should be an interesting CS: GO Group B match-up at the ESL Pro League Season 9 Finals, battling it out for the grand $750,000 USD prize pool.
A total of 16 teams in four separate groups will compete for a top-eight placement to secure a spot in the ESL Pro League Season 9 Finals, where they will fight for their share of $750,000 USD prize pool.
Could some big roster moves be on the way in the professional Call of Duty world? Speculation, fuelled further by some cryptic social media action, has surrounded Faze Clan and G2 Esports in the last week.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is now free to play and includes a new battle royale mode called Danger Zone.
Online bookmaker Unibet is now the official gambling partner of CS:GO stars Astralis, penning a two-year deal that was announced late last week.
EbetFinder’s Mattias Fröbrant and Gamban’s Jack Symons talk about the virtues and dangers of skin betting and how it continues to affect the esports industry.
Challengermode and Female Legends have joined forces to create the Women’s Esports League, which is scheduled to launch in 2019.