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Fnatic drops Fnatic Academy ahead of CS:GO CIS EU Minor

Fnatic have dropped their CS:GO academy team after several tournament organisers have started to make noises about multiple-team ownership. Last week, the team secured a spot in the European CIS Minor, which acts as a pre-qualifier for the PGL Kraków major, which Fnatic’s core team have already qualified for. PGL …

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SK Gaming and Renegades join WESA

The World eSports Association has announced that both SK Gaming and Renegades have joined the organisation.  This is the first time that the organisation has expanded since it was formed around 12 months ago. Both teams join as full members, meaning they get all the benefits of the original founding …

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WESA brings in new rules to stop multi team ownership

The World Esports Association has announced a new set of rules for its competitions that restrict one company owning or having a financial stake in multiple teams in the league.  A statement released by WESA states that “no team is permitted to be completely or partially owned or controlled by …

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WESA releases details on its arbitration court

WESA has released the rules and guidelines of its arbitration court, in preparation for it to actually start functioning.  The WESA arbitration court is designed to help solve disputes in the world of eSports, we knew that the court would see the two parties plead their case before thee independent …

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