Category Archives: Match reports

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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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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Bulldog Esports win EEG Call of Duty Winter Championship 2017

In a close fought 3-2 win, Bulldog Esports’ Youth Call of Duty team managed to see off Oblivion Esports to become EEG Call of Duty Winter Champions, Jacob Hale reports. For those uninitiated, EEG – or European Esports Gaming – is a new esports website hosting tournaments for European players of Call of Duty, Halo…
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London’s Fnatic beat Dublin’s Cyclone 3-1 in Vainglory Champs at the O2

Fnatic beat Cyclone 3-1 in the two teams' first Vainglory Unified Spring Championship match today, in an England vs Ireland showdown. London-based Fnatic had 17-year-old British player Palmatoro on their side, so were the home team 'hosting' this tournament. Interview: Fnatic's British Vainglory player Palmatoro Fnatic lost the first game to Dublin-based org Cyclone despite being…
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Splyce place second in Call of Duty Global Pro League Red Group

After a hard-fought weekend, Splyce managed to fall at the last hurdle in their Global Pro League Group to place second. The team fought hard all weekend and had only dropped one map - to Australian side Mindfreak – before the final day. It seemed to follow a similar story to what happened to them at…
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Epsilon are your CWL Birmingham Champions

In a surprising and exciting grand final between Splyce and Epsilon Esports, Epsilon were the victors following consecutive 3-0 sweeps from the Loser’s Bracket. The event went roughly as expected, with few surprises throughout. Least surprising of all was Splyce’s seemingly dominant performance all weekend, not dropping a map until the grand final. Here, they were…
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