Brazilian heavyweights MIBR have accepted their invitation to ESL One Cologne, becoming the sixth team to confirm attendance at the German tournament, which will enthral fans from July 2-7 at Lanxess-Arena.
Astralis, undoubtedly the best CS: GO team in the world, have solidified their place in the sport’s folklore by retaining the number one position in the world rankings for an entire year.
Neil “NeiL_M” Murphy, the former CS:GO coach of team Imperial, will look to make an immediate impact and earn a long-time position for the Australian franchise, who announced the news on Twitter yesterday.
Team Vitality will take on Virtus.pro in what should be a fascinating quarter final clash in week three of ECS Season 7, CS:GO professional circuit starting at 20:00 CET on April 25.
The CS_Summit will return to the Summit House in Los Angeles for its fourth instalment on May 23-26. Beyond the Summit revealed the details of the tournament this week, confirming that only six teams will take part, instead of the eight we have seen in the last three years.
Today we are looking at Group D match between Danish giants Astralis and a European mix known as HellRaisers. The match will take place in Leicester, United Kingdom at 18:20 CET on April 24.
Moche XL Esports has announced a return to Lisbon, which will host another Counter-Strike tournament that offers $75,000 in cash prizes for the participating teams.
The DreamHack Open travels to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, where we will see eight teams squaring off against each other in the first DreamHack Open event of 2019 season in hopes to get their lion’s share of $100,000 prize pool.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is now free to play and includes a new battle royale mode called Danger Zone.
Organisers of the StarSeries i-League have made a few changes for the seventh season of the CS:GO esports tournament, with China to host the event for the first time.