Even though the 2017 international Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS: GO) season has just started, one team seems to be in dire need of a quick roster change.
They’re old, they’re renowned and yes, they’re Swedish.
The finals rematch of the E-League Majors will feature the same map picks for both teams with Train for the decider. The story is a different this time with both teams dominating their home maps.
First game was on Nuke which is Virtus Pro's map choice. VP stomped Astralis 16-3 with Paweł 'byali' Bieliński(24-12) and Wiktor 'Taz' Wojtas(21-7) leading the team in frags.
Four teams have bitten the dust and four teams went to the semi-finals after several amazing maps during the first day of the playoffs of DreamHack Masters Las Vegas 2017.
Gambit eSports vs North: A Battle Of Rising Stars
The group stage of DreamHack Masters Las Vegas 2017 has finally came to a close.
Virtus.pro versus Fnatic: Blowout
The Polish plow continued as they destroyed the Swedes, 2-0, in the decider match of Group B. With a monstrous 16-9 scoreline on Mirage as well as a 16-2 finish on Cobblestone, VP has shown their immense strength once again, with Jarosław 'pashaBiceps' Jarząbkowski leading the charge.
The second day of Dreamhack Masters Las Vegas ended with a bit of surprise. Four teams are out of the tournament namely Tyloo, Complexity Gaming, Misfits, and Renegades. Four teams guaranteed for the playoffs slot are Astralis, SK Gaming, and surprisingly, Gambit and Mousesports. It looks like Nikola 'Niko' Kovač is making a statement based on his performance this event taking his team to the playoffs.Read More
DreamHack Masters Las Vegas is about to start in a few hours and it will be the first third-party LAN for the 2017 season. Astralis has just made history by winning the ELEAGUE Major, while teams such as North, FaZe, Fnatic and SK are looking forward to gauge how far they can go as they gain their new lineups this year.Read More
After a disappointing finish at the ELEAGUE Major, Nikola 'NiKo' Kovač will now play under FaZe's banner. Right after they lose Philip 'aizy' Aistrup who moved to North, FaZe looked for someone to take over his spot. There were rumors that Faze were about to acquire Adil 'ScreaM' Benrlitom but it seems that ScreaM would still remain in the French Scene after signing with EnVyUs along with Vincent 'Happy' Schopenhauer.Read More
As part of making our coverages richer as well as fulfilling playonwasd.com’s mandate of bringing timely, rich and deep first-person shooter (FPS) content, the site introduces another metric to measure team performance: WASD Live Team Rating.Read More
With the first round of the Luzon qualifiers about to wrap up, two more teams have made it to the Ascension playoffs of the Tarlac eSports League (TeSL) in order to make a run to get the last four slots to the LAN round of the tournament.Read More