Decklist spotlight: Four GvG decks that made splashes in...

Decklist spotlight: Four GvG decks that made splashes in competitive games

Mage, paladin, warrior and hunter players, prepare to learn from the best as we take a look at what StrifeCro, Sjow, Hosty and Powder used to wreck faces last week.

HearthCenter Podcast, December 21st: GosuAwards...

HearthCenter Podcast, December 21st: GosuAwards discussion, Lifecoach, Powder, and Faramir

New host Nick "Dorazion" Dorazio takes over in Callum's footsteps to bring you the insights on Hearthstone's professional players and tournament meta.

Senior Game Designer Ben Brode talks Hearthstone

Senior Game Designer Ben Brode talks Hearthstone

We talked with Ben Brode about the Goblin vs Gnomes expansion, future plans and some interesting Hearthstone history and design facts.

GosuCup #7 winner interviewed: "It's my dream to play...

GosuCup #7 winner interviewed: "It's my dream to play Hearthstone professionally"

Today, we sit with Wufflerman to talk about his run to the trophy: from his games against the best players in the region and his choice of Priest and Handlock to his dream of playing Hearthstone professionally full time.

GosuGamers Awards 2014: Dota 2 nominations

GosuGamers Awards 2014: Dota 2 nominations

The yearly GosuGamers Awards have returned! We take a look at the year 2014 and honor the best of the best in each category; the players, that made us scream our lungs out and made us lose our rares; the casters that make the events so enjoyable; the events and their organizers who make sure to produce a high quality product.

GosuGamers update: Trade Steam items

GosuGamers update: Trade Steam items

It is now possible to set up trade requests here at GosuGamers! You make up an offer out of the items available in your inventory, and state what you want in return for those. Other users can then respond to it. It is all really simple.

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Decklist spotlight: Four GvG decks that made splashes in competitive games

HearthstoneDecklist spotlight: Four GvG decks that made splashes in competitive games

Mage, paladin, warrior and hunter players, prepare to learn from the best as we take a look at what StrifeCro, Sjow, Hosty and Powder used to wreck faces last week.0

Thefishou takes the last LAN of the year, beats Gnimsh 4-3 at M-House Cup

HearthstoneThefishou takes the last LAN of the year, beats Gnimsh 4-3 at M-House Cup

Thomas "Thefishou" Guedj is the last LAN champion of 2014. The Frenchman defeated Marcin "Gnimsh" Filipowicz in a seven game thriller and triumphed with the M-House Cup trophy on home soil.0

SNA/FIRE dominate ROOT to earn ticket to StarLadder XI finals

DotA 2SNA/FIRE dominate ROOT to earn ticket to StarLadder XI finals

With a rather convincing 3-0 performance against ROOT Gaming, Fire (Sneaky Nyx Assassins) secured a spot in the upcoming LAN finals of StarLadder Season 11. This marks the conclusion of the American division of the tournament, and only the European representatives have yet to be determined.6

Virtus.pro claims A-Split Invitational title

CS:GOVirtus.pro claims A-Split Invitational title

After a three day long event in Krefeld, Acer A-Split Invitational has came to an end with Virtus.pro reigning at the top.0

Dignitas, mouseSpaz, KaBuM and LDLC qualify for MLG X Games

CS:GODignitas, mouseSpaz, KaBuM and LDLC qualify for MLG X Games

The list of all participants for MLG X Games in Aspen is almost completed. Only the spot from North American qualifier #2 is remaining to be filled in.1

Team Secret wins DotaCinema's CD 2.0 3-2 over Virtus.pro

DotA 2Team Secret wins DotaCinema's CD 2.0 3-2 over Virtus.pro

DotaCinema's Captain's Draft tournament has concluded and Team Secret takes home their first tournament title. The European mix came back from a 1-2 deficit to win 3-2 over Virtus.pro and earned themselves roughly $97,000.12

Vietnam the first country to three GosuCup SEA championships

HearthstoneVietnam the first country to three GosuCup SEA championships

It was another all-Vietnamese grand final in GosuCup SEA. In the eighth edition of the tournament, Minh Kieu "Infernity" Tuan snathed a 3-1 win over Hoang "Hovati16" Tiep to go to the closing event in February.2

Week in review: Everything you need to know about the recent North American shuffle

CS:GOWeek in review: Everything you need to know about the recent North American shuffle

It has been a hectic week for the North American CS:GO scene after a series of roster changes took everyone in the community by surprise.0

Empire unable to get American Visas for D2L LAN Finals

DotA 2Empire unable to get American Visas for D2L LAN Finals

The Russian squad has announced that they have been unable to attain visas on time to attend the LAN Finals in Las Vegas, Nevada. It is unknown if the runners-up, Virtus.Pro.Polar, will be able to attend in their stead. 6

ESEA S18 BenQ Pre-Season Tournament to start January 2nd

CS:GOESEA S18 BenQ Pre-Season Tournament to start January 2nd

64 teams will compete at the Pre-ESEA Season 18 Tournament, with the first place team winning 5 of BenQ's premium gaming monitors.0

IEM Katowice to feature CS:GO tournament

CS:GOIEM Katowice to feature CS:GO tournament

CS:GO will return to Poland for a third year in a row in 2015 at the Electronic Sports League's IEM Katowice.1

HearthCenter Podcast, December 21st: GosuAwards discussion, Lifecoach, Powder, and Faramir

HearthstoneHearthCenter Podcast, December 21st: GosuAwards discussion, Lifecoach, Powder, and Faramir

New host Nick "Dorazion" Dorazio takes over in Callum's footsteps to bring you the insights on Hearthstone's professional players and tournament meta.1

Starladder XI America: eHug dominate, Not Today crash out

DotA 2Starladder XI America: eHug dominate, Not Today crash out

The American group stage has come to a close and eHug, Sneaky Nyx Assassins, Leviathan and ROOT Gaming enter the regional final. Summit 2 attendees Not Today were only able to pick up a single point and finished bottom of the group stage.4

M-House Cup starts with an upset as World Champ Firebat gets ousted

HearthstoneM-House Cup starts with an upset as World Champ Firebat gets ousted

James "Firebat" Kostesich is the first notable name to be eliminated from the Numericable M-House Cup. The American couldn't overcome the European resistance and goes home a 1-6 total score.0

Rave dethrone MVP Phoenix in the Korea Dota League Season 4

DotA 2Rave dethrone MVP Phoenix in the Korea Dota League Season 4

MVP Phoenix and Rave met for a second best-of-five final in under 24 hours but after massive disruption Rave were able to take revenge for their Starladder XI loss and claim the championship.10

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