Ninjas in Pyjamas are set to extend their brand into VALORANT, as the organisation have confirmed their world-champion Paladins roster will transition into the highly anticipated first-person shooter from Riot Games.
Ninjas in Pyjamas are looking to re-enter the professional League of Legends esports scene for the third time in their 20-year history.
Björn “THREAT” Pers has been installed as the new head coach of Ninjas in Pyjamas’ CS:GO esports team. The 31-year-old will take over for Faruk “pita” Pita, who was recently released from his duties at the Swedish organization.
The sixth DreamHack Open event of 2019 will take place at Elmia Convention Center in Jönköping, Sweden, with the opening fixtures played on Friday, November 29 and the finals on Sunday, December 1.
DreamHack has revealed the final details for the upcoming US $250,000 Fortnite tournament, which will kick off on Friday, November 29 in Jönköping, Denmark, and conclude two days later on Sunday, December 1.
Fnatic produced a remarkable comeback in front of the home crowd in Malmo on Sunday to win their first-ever DreamHack Masters event as well as US $100,000 and a direct invite to IEM Katowice 2020.
Evil Geniuses were flying high after their title-winning run at ESL One New York, but their wings were melted at DreamHack Masters Malmo as they crashed out of the tournament on the second day.
Team Envy secured the final spot at DreamHack Masters Malmo on Tuesday, September 17, when they won the North American qualifiers by defeating eUnited 3-1 in the grand finals.
Fnatic announced the surprise return of ex-IGL Maikil “Golden” Selim and veteran Robin “flusha” Rönnquist to their CS:GO esports roster on Monday, September 16, causing a huge celebration among the team’s fans.
The implementation of strict regulatory measures by the Swedish Gambling Authority (SGA) in a bid to combat match-fixing is expected to indirectly cause severe harm to the development of the Swedish esports scene.