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Berlin International Gaming, better known as BIG, have become the no.1 team in the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive world rankings following their title-winning run at cs_summit 6.
PENTA Sports announced their re-entry into the CS:GO esports scene this Thursday with an all-German lineup led by Christoph “red” Hinrichs.
The Electronic Sports League (ESL) has announced that the Intel Extreme Masters (IEM) event in Melbourne and the ESL One tournament in Cologne won’t be played as live events in 2020 due to Australian and German regulations that prohibit any large gatherings.
Konstantinos “FORG1VEN” Tzortziou announced his temporary departure from Schalke 04’s League of Legends esports roster last week, citing the team’s unwillingness to implement necessary changes as the main reason for his decision.
The opening event of the PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Global Series (PGS), which was slated to take place in Berlin in March, will be postponed to a later date due to health concerns surrounding the coronavirus outbreak.
Schalke 04’s poor start to the 2020 League of Legends European Championship (LEC) has forced the German organisation to make a roster move only two weeks into the season, with Lukas “Lurox” Thoma taking over from Erberk “Gilius” Demir as the team’s main jungler.
Two of the most technically gifted teams in the Dota 2 esports scene will take to the stage this Thursday when ViCi and Evil Geniuses duke it out in round two of the DreamLeague Season 13 upper bracket playoffs.
The group stage of DreamLeague Season 13 Leipzig Major is behind us, meaning it’s time for the 16 Dota 2 teams to enter the gruelling double-elimination playoffs.
The second Dota 2 Major of the season is set to kick off this Saturday at Leipziger Messe in Leipzig, Germany, where we will see 16 teams duke it out for a slice of 15,000 Dota Pro Circuit points and US $1,000,000 prize money.