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ESL South East Championship Season 2 Teams
Posted: Nov 27, 2015 Written by: do_0h

After just one week ago being announced, the Hungary ESL South-East Championship Season 2 has had its four teams revealed.

As expected some of the most powerful teams from the region managed to make it to the main event via the various qualifiers.

xenn banned, UX Gaming disband
Posted: Nov 26, 2015 Written by: do_0h

Following a recent FaceIT Ban Wave that saw yet another pro player get banned, the German based team Germany UX Gaming disbanded.

It seems that the FaceIT Ban of the team captain, Germany Sebastian 'xenn' Hoch was the last straw for the team managers.

sg@res steps down from Cloud9
Posted: Nov 25, 2015 Written by: do_0h

One of the best in game leaders North American scene has had to offer announced his retirement.

Vexed Gaming wins Color League EIZO to QPAD
Posted: Nov 24, 2015 Written by: do_0h

The online mini tournament sponsored by EIZO and QPAD has came to a close. The final game saw Poland Vexed Gaming take on Poland USSR.

The two Polish based team were fighting for the gaming gear worth of prize purse.

Luminosity changed two
Posted: Nov 24, 2015 Written by: profi

Brazilian esports organization Brazil Luminosity decided to make a changes in their CS:GO squad. Due to unsuccessful recent results, Brazil Ricardo "boltz" Prass and Brazil Lucas "steel" Lopes have left the team.

Casters and host for FaceIT Finals 2015 revealed
Posted: Nov 23, 2015 Written by: do_0h

With the Groups being released last week, the organizers of Sweden FaceIT Finals 2015 have now revealed the casters list that will bring us the action from Stockholm, Sweden in just two weeks time.

NaVi on top of IEM San Jose
Posted: Nov 22, 2015 Written by: profi

Ukrainian powerhouse Ukraine NaVi became the champion of United States Intel Extreme Masters San Jose. In the grand final they became stronger than main favorite of the event Denmark Team SoloMid.

Iceberg Pro League Season 1 with $4000 in cash prize
Posted: Nov 22, 2015 Written by: do_0h

A new minor tournament was announced recently. Proof that the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive world is growing and growing is this tournament.

Called the China Iceberg Pro League Season 1, the tournament that will have both Online and Offline stages will hand a total of $4000 in cash prize.

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