Category Archives: Esports

World of Warcraft raiding org Method added to Gfinity Elite Series

Method, the UK-based organisation known for their world-first boss kills and raids in World of Warcraft, have joined the Gfinity Elite Series. Method are registered in Glasgow but have players all over the world. And they're no stranger to esports - they have WoW PVP teams and fighting game players. They will take part in the…
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Larssen on form as MnM take first win (Road to Challenger Series: Day 1)

ENUK editor Dom Sacco shares his views on UK League of Legends team MnM Gaming as they take part in the EU Challenger Series Qualifiers (CSQs) this week.   Day 1: Monday May 23rd   The competition (Millenium) Millenium took part in the Challenger Series last split, however they acquired an entirely new roster for the…
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Exclusive: McLaren rules out getting into other esports or buying a team

British automotive brand McLaren will not be delving into the wider esports landscape. Esports News UK managed to grab Zak Brown, executive director of the McLaren Technology Group, after a press conference today at McLaren HQ. When asked if he has any plans to get into other esports outside of the driving game genre, or…
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Cloud9 crowned winners of the first Vainglory Unified Championship in London

North America's Cloud9 won the UK's biggest mobile esports tournament held last weekend in Building Six at the O2 Arena in London The Vainglory Spring Championships kicked off a new tournament structure in 2017, pitting the top six teams from North America and Europe against each other for the first time. Individual regions competed for their…
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‘We need to think more about inclusion in CSGO and supporting amateur players’ – Fnatic cArn

Fnatic chief gaming officer, co-owner and former pro Counter-Strike player Patrik Sättermon looks back on how the game has changed over the years. Speaking to Esports News UK at the Vainglory Spring Unified Championship at London's O2 this weekend, cArn said: "The game was definitely oversaturated for a while. Keeping track of the fixtures and schedules became really…
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