Let’s call a spade a spade: the Overwatch League has consistently been hamstrung by the most baffling business decisions stemming from Blizzard that has resulted in multiple organizations struggling to make money, disregarding however temporarily the struggles of online play
It’s fair to say that there was a bit of concern in the air as Team Liquid announced a mutual parting with Russel ‘Twistzz’ Van Dulken as the young rifler was eager to move to Europe after a lengthy tenure
It’s difficult to discern precisely who the best player of 2020 would be for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive as the title as it’s played professionally has seen a monumental shift in 2020, thanks to the pandemic and a cheating scandal that
Hopefully everyone made the most of their player break, as the next heap of professional Counter-Strike is already coming flying in, threatening to fill everyone’s schedules trying to find every morsel of professional CS to partake in.
The most recently
Rifler Twistzz suddenly vacated his spot within the core of the Team Liquid roster after playing with the team for years in what was referred to as a ‘mutual decision’ of both the organization and the player himself.
Lee ‘ANS’ Seonchang was a hitscan specialist for the San Francisco Shock that entered the League fighting the assumptions that he was a Widow one-trick, and turned into one of the better hitscan players seen across the international league.
Understatement of 2021 thus far: the professional scene for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is somewhat off-kilter.
2020 saw the largest cheating scandal in professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (if not the esport world) that took multiple names of legend and soured them
Chaos EC crumbled because of the traditional reasons (whatever those may be) after managed to climb up the ranks with a ferocity that hasn’t been seen in years, and the players are all scattering to the winds.
While some players
A bit of an odd announcement as the New York Excelsior is one of the few teams, if not only team, that readily announces who their team captain is.
It used to be SBB, the team captain that had captured