The second edition of the Dingit.Tv Weekly Cup has started today.
The mini tournament that will feature a total of $2000 in cash prize up for grab has again four teams on the battle front.
After just the the past weeks joining the american based team, Team Liquid, the Counter-Strike veteran player, Kyle 'flowsicK' Mendez will join the team on permanent basis.
The announcement was made by the player himself on the official website of the team.
The guys behind the Property organization have announced that they have dropped their Swedish Counter-Strike:Global Offensive line-up.
The news comes as the team has been on a down slope ever since they attended Gfinity Spring Masters with Jesper 'JW' Wecksell.
Last week, the CEO of SK Gaming, Alexander Muller announced that the organization he runs will sign a new Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team.
Rumors started to say that maybe the new team will feature some of the old school Counter-Strike 1.6 players such as Robert 'RobbaN' Dahlsrom, Andreas 'MODDII' Fridh and others.