With two big tournaments for fans of Dota 2 and CS:GO over the next few days, what are the odds on the teams competing and who will come out on top? We dive in.
EPICENTER XL is here, and it is bigger than ever with 12 teams competing. Who will claim another DPC series win and the points on offer for qualification for The International 2018?
Sixteen teams from around the world will convene at Le Dome de Marseille this week for the first Masters tournament of 2018 and the latest tournament that is part of the Intel Grand Slam Season 1 in the DreamHack Masters …
The Esports Integrity Coalition continues expansion efforts by adding another new member to its support list: betting operator Rivalry.gg.
Russia’s Virtus.pro added the Bucharest Major’s DPC points and winner’s purse to their spoils from ESL Katowice just two weeks ago. They continued their dominant form at the latest DPC Major.
Russian esports franchise Virtus.pro secured the top prize at the ESL One Katowice 2018 event just days before they compete once again at the Bucharest Major in Romania.
The Intel Extreme Masters Katowice 2018 event is headlining this week’s biggest esports events across the globe with 16 teams competing for a $500,000 prize pool.
With two massive CS:GO tournaments getting underway in ESL Pro and StarLadder, it’s a great week for esports betting enthusiasts.
With a host of top tournaments scheduled to start, and plenty of money up for grabs across them, CS:GO’s top teams are in for a very busy February.
Seven Legends stood, only two remain, and six new Legends were anointed last weekend. Now, eight teams will battle in the New Champion Stage this weekend.