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ESL UK co-managing director James Dean discusses what lessons we can learn from the past failures of eSports in the UK and why it’s important not to forget them.
One of the biggest Counter-Strike: Global Offensive gambling sites, CSGO Lounge, is attempting to get a licence in order to become a legitimate business.
In the aftermath last week's shooting in Munich German network ProSieben MAXX will not be showing an upcoming Counter-Strike Global Offensive competition in the country.
The loss of credibility and a stern telling off from the FTC may be the least of TmarTn and ProSyndicate’s problems.
One of the YouTubers at the centre of the current CSGO gambling controversy has posted, and subsequently pulled, an apology for his deception.
The size and value of the Counter Strike weapons market is often a surprise to folk not in the know.
eSports giant ESL has announced a huge Counter-Strike: Global Offensive tournament taking place in Dubai this September.
North American professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player Kory “Semphis” Friesen has admitted to taking Adderall during tournaments, claiming the drug is pervasive among competitors at eSports events.
Fnatic not only enjoyed a memorable victory at this year’s ESL One Counter Strike finals in Katowice, but it did so in front of a record online audience.
“A high standard of professional integrity” – that’s what Valve is demanding of professional Counter Strike players.
Valve’s Counter-Strike has been rocked again with yet more evidence of tournament match fixing.