k0nfig off to a good October start

Through 7 maps in October the former Reason player has a k/d of +20. SK Gaming won’t threaten tier 1 teams anytime soon, but have shown they can challenge any of the tier 2 teams. K0nfig has brought some much needed firepower and aim, and should…


Dupreeh hits the 30-bomb versus Fnatic

In the bo3 series at the PGL LAN finals, the classic match between TSM and Fnatic was decided in favor of TSM as they beat the Swedes by 2-0. On inferno dupreeh was on fire as he amassed 31 kills, of which 18 were headshots….


Snax once again on top as VP beat Liquid

Here he is again, the fantasy monster snax. Virtus Pro were the overwhelming favourites against Liquid in the first game of the PGL LAN finals and didn’t disappoint.  Virtus Pro secured the win via wins on overpass (16-14) and mirage (16-9). Snax hit the 33 kills…


Jkaem joins Gamers2

The Norwegian has been part of the newly formed CS-GO squad of Copenhagen Wolves for the past few months, but was bought by Gamers2 to replace Scream who left for Titan. Jkaem has been a key part of the surprising success the Wolves have enjoyed…


S1mple impressive as HellRaisers fall just short

In group B of the Dremahack Stockholm qualifiers, HellRaisers were expected to battle it out with Titan to seal a spot in the Major at Cluj. It went as expected as HellRaisers defeated Vexed Gaming while Titan beat Skyred, meaning the two favourites were to face…


Dreamhack Stockholm lineups (group B)

We’ll try something new today, posting our lineups for those who want a quick look to help out their linuep choices. Some of you have asked for this. The lineups below are made to get in the money, not winning leagues. Therefore you’ll see more…


Titan sign Scream

“Titan have announced that they have completed the signing of Adil “ScreaM” Benrlitom from G2 for an undisclosed fee.” The Belgian replaces Maniac, who as of this moment hasn’t announced a move to another team. Scream returns to Titan who he left in 2014, to compete at Dreamhack…


Jdm64 on top as CLG qualify for Major

The no. 2 team in NA, behind Cloud 9, CLG, impressed as they took care of business in Stockholm. CLG started off versus Polish outfit CSGL and came out on top with a 2-1 win. The North Amercians came back from a defeat on dust2…


ESL ESEA Pro League Week 2

This week only includes 8 games, 4 in EU and 4 in NA. The schedule for NA isn’t that enticing as the bigger favourites either play 1 game or the matchups are even. So we look to EU for our picks: All 4 EU teams competing…


Jkaem steps up for Wolves at Dreamhack London

The newly formed CS:GO squad of Copenhagen Wolves did very well at Dreamhack London, finishing in the top 4. Jkaem played well during the event even hitting the 30-bomb against SK Gaming. His overall k/d of +8 at the event might not seem like much…