Category Archives: CSGO

Top 3 CSGO crosshair generators to play like a pro

Guest article Anyone who's ever played CSGO knows how competitive it can be. The fourth installment of Valve's popular FPS series, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, has all the hallmarks of a CS game. It has the same robust and challenging gameplay of its predecessors. Counter-Strike has always been known for its high skill ceiling. This has…
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Winner of ESL CSGO Premiership to advance to Mountain Dew League

ESL has announced that the winners of the UK & Ireland CSGO Premiership will progress to the Mountain Dew League (MDL) - one tier below the ESL Pro League. Starting with ESEA Season 26, winners of ESL UK's Prem and also the ESL Mistrzostwa Polski (Poland's national league) will reach the MDL. If the team that wins…
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ECS CSGO Finals: Player Video Interviews

Alex Wright interviews CSGO players ahead of the Season 3 ECS Finals at London's Wembley SSE Arena for Esports News UK. Alex spoke to players from Fnatic, Cloud9, SK, Team Liquid and Astralis. Check out the five video interviews below:
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epic.LAN 21: Which teams won and how were viewer numbers?

epic.LAN 21 finished last weekend and featured everything from beach parties to charity pie faces alongside the esports tournaments. Craig Robinson takes a look back at the action.   Face-Strike: Pie Offensive Starting with the most important part of the event, epic.LAN esports manager Tom "Gumpster" Gumbleton and RNR Esports MD Adam "Blanks" Heath got pied in…
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UK Gaming Tours parody page emerges as organisers’ silence continues

A Twitter account parodying the UK Gaming Tours (UKGT) CSGO tournament has picked up more than 100 followers in the space of a day. The page, titled UK Gaming Twits, was created as uncertainty continues to grow around the state of UK Gaming Tours. UKGT was first announced last December, promising a £10,000 prize pool and…
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Endpoint picks peck of players Pickles and Payne

Team Endpoint have picked a peck of players Pickles and Payne for their CSGO team. Charlie "Pickles" Pickles and Ryan "Ruleh" Payne to be precise. Pickles has replaced Owen "smooya" Butterfield, who was recently acquired by Epsilon Esports, and Ruleh has been brought in as a sub to replace backup player Ben "Esio" Doughty, who will be unavailable for parts…
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