Intel has announced a small but significant change to the rules for Intel Grand Slam Season Three after paying out two $1 million prizes of late.
Six teams are competing, but five of them face the toughest test in CS:GO esports at present. Can anybody stop the Team Liquid juggernaut in Los Angeles?
The US-based team is now $1 million richer thanks to their fourth Intel Grand Slam tournament win in a row. Catch up on the weekend action from Cologne.
EPICENTER 2019 has had its fair share of surprise results, but none more so than Virtus.pro’s 2-1 victory over Team Secret in the Upper Bracket Playoffs.
After going months without a notable defeat in 2018, Astralis have found 2019 a tough year to crack after another loss in the ECS Season 7 Finals.
The expansion of the BLAST Pro Series has many CS:GO fans and commentators up in arms at teams missing big tournaments. Here’s why.
Astralis took home the top prize in the first Intel Grand Slam season. Can the Danish superteam do it again in Season 2? We look ahead.
After a tough opening game in the first round of the Intel Extreme Masters Sydney 2018, SK Gaming’s chances of landing the four wins required to land the Intel Grand Slam million-dollar prize seem distant.
How can esports engage emerging markets? This weekend’s V4 Future Sports Festival in Hungary offers one possible way for esports to let some underdogs shine.
On something resembling turf, Cloud9 came through an incredibly tough Champions Stage at the ELEAGUE Major Boston 2018 to claim a superb victory.