kucher replaces Edward in Astana Dragons
Astana Dragons have announced that they have replaced Ioann "Edward" Sukhariev with Emil "kucher" Akhundov.
The DreamHack Winter organisers have confirmed that Clan-Mystik, fnatic and iBUYPOWER have been invited to take part in the $250,000 CS:GO tournament. Also, they announced that, in cooperation with FACEIT, they will host one more open European qualifier, on November 12th.
Recently we gave you the new and improved Team Profiles here on GosuGamers. Tonight we give you the next step on our line of site improvements, it is the front page match ticker as well as the match pages. This article will provide a brief explanation of what is new.
Less then two days after dropping out of ESWC CS:GO tournament, Copenhagen Wolves announce the release of Michael "Friis" Jørgensen and Jacob "pimp" Winneche from their line-up. After multiple good results in Denmark, the squad failed to surprise at both RaidCall EMS One and ESWC in the last two weeks.
Update: Na`Vi 2010 won over fnatic 2009 with 3:2 in maps. Four maps were played in CS 1.6.
With potentially their best lineups from the past, the multigaming organisations fnatic and Natus Vincere decided to host a showmatch played in the classic Counter-Strike 1.6 and Counter-Strike:Global Offensive.
With their new team called Rampage, the former Team LDLC players Sebastien "krL" Perez and Alexandre "bistouflyy" Lebozec both make their return to Counter-Strike:Global Offensive. Both played in a team called Nameless earlier this year for a short period.