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Stanislaw reveals that arguments led to him being benched from Team Liquid

Shortly after it was announced that Lucas ‘Steel’ Lopes would be replacing Peter ‘Stanislaw’ Jarguz in Team Liquid’s active roster, Jarguz took to Twitter to share his side of the story. Jarguz posted his account on Twitlonger, starting: “I was brought into Team Liquid to bring success with my leadership capabilities, …

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2018’s first CS:GO Major will be ELEAGUE Boston

Boston will be host to 2018’s first CS:GO Valve Major, with ELEAGUE on hosting duties. The ELEAGUE Major will bring 16 of the world’s finest CS:GO teams together for a two week long showdown which will culminate in live playoffs from Friday 26 January to Sunday 28 January at Boston …

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PENTA cut loose their CS:GO roster, via mutual agreement

After several players from PENTA have departed the organisation in the last three months, the esports organisation has decided to step away from CS:GO, leaving the remaining three players teamless.  This information comes after the team lost Kevin ‘HS Tarn and Miikka ‘suNny’ Kemppi in August, while Niko ‘naSu’ Kovanen, …

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Immortals sign João ‘Horvy’ Horvath for in-crisis CS:GO roster

After the Dreamhack Montreal controversy that tore up Immortals’ Counter-Strike: Global Offensive roster, the organisation has started to rebuild, filling one of its empty slots with the signing of João ‘Horvy’ Horvath. Horvath comes into a tumultuous period for the team, with Vito ‘kNG’ Giuseppe benched and then released, and …

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Counter-Strike launches in China as Valve partners up with Perfect World, F2P for verified users

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive has launched in China, with Chinese publisher Perfect World releasing a special version of CS:GO in collaboration with developers Valve. The changes are slight, with cosmetic changes removing several symbols in the game that rule the game out for sale in China. That, and every user who …

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North win first major championship at Dreamhack Montreal, Immortals forfeit a match due to poor punctuality

Danish CS:GO outfit North rack up their first championship title of 2017 this weekend, clutching a win at Dreamhack Montreal. North won out over the Brazilian CS:GO team Immortals, but the grand final was marred somewhat by Immortals forfeiting a match due to tardiness, the moment shown in this Twitch …

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Trevor ‘TmarTn’ Martin and Thomas ‘Syndicate’ Cassell escape fines for promoting CSGO lottery site they owned

Trevor ‘TmarTn’ Martin and Thomas ‘Syndicate’ Cassell, two of the part-owners of CS:GO gambling site CSGOLotto, have reached a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). It’s the equivilent of a slap on the wrist for the pair, who faced backlash from the community for advertising their CS:GO gambling site …

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Valve rework the Five-SeveN as part of sweeping changes to pistols

Valve’s Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team has reworked the Counter-Terrorist’s Five-SeveN pistol in a new patch. Valve’s stated intention with the pistol reworks is “the goal of emphasising skillful use of the weapons”, and after the Tec-9 rework, the Five-SeveN is up on the blocks for changes, as seen in this …

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Gambit signs Bektiyar ‘fitch’ Bakhytov from Kazakh CS:GO outfit Tengri

Gambit Esports, victors of the recent PGL Krakow Major in late July, announced late on Tuesday evening that they’ve signed Bektiyar ‘fitch’ Bakhytov from Kazakh CS:GO outfit Tengri. Bakhytov will fill the roster slot left after Danylo ‘Zeus’ Teslenko left the team to return to Natus Vincere with the team’s …

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