Fnatic are the champions of SLTV StarSeries X

Fnatic are the champions of SLTV StarSeries X

SLTV StarSeries Season X is finally over, with Fnatic taking home the grand prize of $14,000. Coming from the lower bracket, Na'Vi still stood strong bringing the grand finals to a fourth map, but unfortunately came in 2nd with an extremely close 16-14 loss. Nonetheless, Na'Vi still won with a respectable $7,000 second place prize.

SLTV StarSeries Season X Lan Finals preview and predictions

SLTV StarSeries Season X Lan Finals preview and predictions

The SLTV StarSeries Season X Lan Finals are slowly approaching around the corner, where four of the best teams in the European region will compete for a $30,000 prize pool at Kiev, Ukraine. Below are some peviews and predictions to get you hyped up for the event.

Getting to Know NA: Cloud9

Getting to Know NA: Cloud9

Getting to Know NA is back with another team, this time featuring Cloud9.

Single Card Strategy: What the pros think about Tracking

Single Card Strategy: What the pros think about Tracking

With the rise of Hunter decks populating the ladder climb to the coveted Legendary rank, we ask the pros on their thoughts on a tournament staple card for Hunter decks of different flavors: Tracking.

GosuCup BlizzCon Qualifiers - Winners interviews and...

GosuCup BlizzCon Qualifiers - Winners interviews and decklist collections

We sit for a chat with the August champions of GosuCup and see what decks they used to get away with a pocketful of cash.

Post-TI4 transfer mill - Qojqva and Bulba leave Team Liquid

Post-TI4 transfer mill - Qojqva and Bulba leave Team Liquid

This post will be updated with any confirmed and rumored roster changes of professional teams post-TI4.

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Post-TI4 transfer mill - Qojqva and Bulba leave Team Liquid

DotA 2Post-TI4 transfer mill - Qojqva and Bulba leave Team Liquid

This post will be updated with any confirmed and rumored roster changes of professional teams post-TI4.268

EMC #2 - Team Tinker and Virtus Pro withdraw, Chinese Bracket commences

DotA 2EMC #2 - Team Tinker and Virtus Pro withdraw, Chinese Bracket commences

After the announcement of the Excellent Moscow Cup's upcoming second season, Virtus Pro and Team Tinker have both withdrawn from the event. They have been replaced by compLexity and Na'Vi.US respectively. The Chinese bracket starts with LGD taking on HGT.0

i-League LAN final teams confirmed

DotA 2i-League LAN final teams confirmed

Eight teams will compete in the finals of the i-League after the qualifiers determined teams from each region. The finals will take place on September 25 after being moved to not clash with the WEC.6

Kolento snatches first tournament gold at VGVN [decklists inside]

HearthstoneKolento snatches first tournament gold at VGVN [decklists inside]

After a dominant run through the opposition, Aleksandr "Kolento" Malsh is crowned VGVN #2 champion. The Ukrainian went 3-0 in the group stage and then scored a cumulative 8-2 in the playoffs and took the lion's share of the $2,500 prize pool.0

D2CL Season 4 commences with western el clásico

DotA 2D2CL Season 4 commences with western el clásico

The European division group stages of the fourth season of D2CL begin today with old rivals Na'Vi and Alliance going up against each other, followed by TeamTinker taking on Empire. For the first time D2CL will feature multiple regions, with American and Chinese regional qualifiers to follow.12

'Dota is my youth', a documentary about Team DK

DotA 2'Dota is my youth', a documentary about Team DK

ImbaTV released yet another film about the Chinese participants of TI4, continuing their series of documentaries with interesting behind-the-scenes footage. This time, they follow Team DK, showing scenes from their bootcamp and their days in Seattle.16

ESEA Season 17 to feature $78,000

Counter-StrikeESEA Season 17 to feature $78,000

ESEA has announced that they will feature a $78,000 prize pool between their North American and European divisions. The prize pool will be split between the various divisions of the league.0

Fnatic are the champions of SLTV StarSeries X

Counter-StrikeFnatic are the champions of SLTV StarSeries X

SLTV StarSeries Season X is finally over, with Fnatic taking home the grand prize of $14,000. Coming from the lower bracket, Na'Vi still stood strong bringing the grand finals to a fourth map, but unfortunately came in 2nd with an extremely close 16-14 loss. Nonetheless, Na'Vi still won with a respectable $7,000 second place prize.3

StarLadder X - First Week Western Roundup

DotA 2StarLadder X - First Week Western Roundup

The first week of StarLadder's 10th season is over for the West, and the action has left little to be desired. In Europe, Na'Vi ends the week almost undefeated and Virtus Pro takes everyone by suprise. The Americas, having only 4 games played, see EG and Na'Vi.US showing solid performance.7

Hyped to face Kolento for the VGVN gold

HearthstoneHyped to face Kolento for the VGVN gold

George "Hyped" Maganzini is the second VGVN #2 grand finalist after a crushing 4-0 over Trump. Grand final against Kolento incoming.0

LGD, LGD.CDEC and HGT qualify for WEC

DotA 2LGD, LGD.CDEC and HGT qualify for WEC

With the Round-of-8 qualifiers completed, LGD, LGD.CDEC and HGT have qualified for WEC while powerhouses like Invictus Gaming and Vici Gaming fell short.8

Interested in Asian Hearthstone? Follow the Chinese NEL league on GosuGamers

HearthstoneInterested in Asian Hearthstone? Follow the Chinese NEL league on GosuGamers

The Netease E-Sports League has gathered the cream of the crop of Chinese Hearthstone as ten of the leading teams of the country are off to the races for $30,000. Now, there's a convenient way to follow all that action.0

Reigning VGVN champion Amaz out as Thijs, Hyped rule day two [decklists inside]

HearthstoneReigning VGVN champion Amaz out as Thijs, Hyped rule day two [decklists inside]

The second day of competition at the VGVN Naxxramas Release tournament saw the downfall of Liquid's Jason "Amaz" Chan and the reigning champion will not be defending his crown today.0

GosuCup champion Faramir joins DKMR

HearthstoneGosuCup champion Faramir joins DKMR

Jan "Faramir" Engelmann expands the roster of the US-based Don't Kick My Robot. Engelmann is the second European to enter the ranks of the DKMR, after the team picked Powder in July.0

Secret Team replaced by Na'Vi in WEC LAN finals due to visa issues

DotA 2Secret Team replaced by Na'Vi in WEC LAN finals due to visa issues

The newly formed Secret Team will be unable to attend the upcoming WEC offline finals in September, due to their Chinese visa requests getting denied. Instead, Natus Vincere will be joining Cloud9 and Evil Geniuses in Hangzhou, China for the event.19