In what is possibly the slowest esports 'news' article we've ever written (blame this guy), here's a roundup of the winners from Multiplay Insomnia59 earlier this month.
League of Legends
Danish organisation Magistra won this tournament (pictured above), beating ESL UK Premiership champions MnM Gaming in the final 3-2.
Former TCA ADC and UK scene prodigy Matt "Deadly" Smith played for the side during the tournament, and is now a free agent again.
In the UK Masters, Distrikt beat MnM Gaming 3-0.
— GAME.co.uk (@GAMEdigital) December 9, 2016
FM-eSports beat Team EndPoint 3-1 in the final of the CSGO UK Masters, with the teams taking home £7,000 and £4,000 respectively. There's a longer match report on UKCSGO here.
FM completed the sweep over EndPoint, beating them in the final of the overall CSGO open too.
FM were also the subject of this sarcastic/narky Reddit post following the tournament.
Greek esports organisation Elysium Gaming won the £5,000 Overwatch BYOC open.
They made it to the finals undefeated, where they beat the team called Get It Done.
Torpedo's British Hearthstone player George "BoarControl" Webb cleaned up at Insomnia, winning the £1,000 Hearthstone top prize and the £2,500 first place finish in the Hearthstone UK Masters too.
Check out our previous interview with BoarControl here after he won the spring ESL UK Premiership.
MockIt Jewels defeated FM-eSports in the final, with the winner receiving £1,250 and runner-up £650.
Call of Duty
Bulldog Esports were the Call of Duty i59 champions - they beat Valour Esports to take home the £1,500 top prize.
This tournament was cancelled after only two teams signed up, according to the Battlefy page.
Image source: Multiplay Flickr