Category Archives: CSGO

ESL UK Leicester studio to host CSGO Premiership Spring 2018 finals

ESL UK will host the Spring finals of the Counter Strike: Global Offensive ESL Premiership powered by Intel and Gaming from Currys PC World on April 14th to 15th. The UK’s top four CSGO teams will battle it out at ESL UK’s Studio 1 in Leicester, competing for a £13,000 prize pool and a slot…
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Team Dignitas win Intel Challenge Katowice female CSGO tournament

Team Dignitas' female CSGO team emerged victorious at the Intel Extreme Masters Expo in Katowice, Poland. They beat Squared Prospects 2-0 in the Intel Challenge Katowice final after being resigned by Team Dignitas last Friday, the org that was founded in the UK and is now led by a Crystal Palace co-owner. Last year Team…
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FaceIt to host first UK-based CSGO Major

FaceIt, the competitive gaming platform and creators of the Esports Championship Series (ECS), will host the first UK-based CSGO Major this year. It will take place at the Wembley SSE Arena in London from September 20th to 23rd. There will be 24 participating teams welcoming some 10,000 spectators to the finals at the SSE Arena,…
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Gfinity responds to social media criticism over Elite Series team changes

The final ten esports teams for the third season of the Gfinity Elite Series have been confirmed, and there's been some changes. Since the initial season 1 teams announcement last May, Reason Gaming, Prophecy, Team Infused and Team Endpoint have left the franchise league, replaced by the likes of Hashtag United, Unilad, Ares and Nordavind. The…
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Insomnia62 to feature £25,000 UK Masters Football Manager tournament

Several UK Masters tournaments will take place at Insomnia62 next month, including a new £25,000 Football Manager competition. The usual Insomnia esports tournaments will be rebadged and ran as UK Masters ones at i62, while the other UK Masters leagues are still expected to continue in some form. An announcement on forthcoming leagues is expected…
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ESL UK increases CSGO Prem prize pool and number of teams

ESL UK has announced first details of its Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Spring 2018 Premiership. The number of participating teams has increased from eight to ten, competing across two groups of five. The prize pool has also increased from £10,500 to £12,000. Once again, the winners of the Prem will claim a spot in the Mountain…
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Will the UK Circuit help improve the UK Counter-Strike scene?

Serdil "Rekttify" Kaya shares his opinion on the UK Circuit and the effect it's having on UK CSGO. The UK Circuit’s month-long pre-season has officially come to an end, and the first season is underway with added improvements. This circuit is a collection of hubs on FACEIT that have been created to provide players in…
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Fnatic joins the Elite Series as Gfinity confirms no CSGO for Season 3

Gfinity has today announced that the well-known esports organisation Fnatic will join the Gfinity Elite Series for season three, which gets underway on March 2nd 2018. Fnatic is the first new team to be announced as part of the Elite Series' expansion which sees the number of teams increase to 10. Gfinity recently added FIFA…
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Gfinity to host Halo World Championship & CSGO Winter Series

London-based esports tournament organiser Gfinity will be hosting part of the Halo World Championship once again. The company is on the lookout for the best Halo players in Europe, and there’s a $25,000 prize pool up for grabs. The Halo World Championship will return to the Gfinity Esports Arena from February 23rd to 25th 2018 and…
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