Blast Pro Series Sao Paulo: Can the Brazilian crowd behave?
It’s been a few weeks since the Major in Katowice told us all very little actually new, with Astralis still very much the best team in the world still, and it’s time for some more CSGO. Blast Pro Series is
CSGO roster changes update: NA goes off!
IEM Katowice 2019 is over, and teams have started to change things in reaction to their performance in Poland. With mousesports having moved pre-Kato, there are a lot of spots to be filled, and a lot of
The best Prisma Case skins from the latest CSGO update
We had a huge update to CSGO this month, one that could potentially break the competitive landscape and alter the way the premier FPS is played forever, but there was more than just meta
CSGO should respect WESG and China should respect CSGO
WESG has been going on for some years now, and to be honest it’s hard to see why they keep investing in CSGO. While Jack Ma and his pals have poured millions of dollars into Chinese CSGO, the
ECS Season 7 format a welcome addition to CSGO
There has been a lot of curiosity surrounding the new online format for the FACEIT Esports Championship Series, affectionately known as ECS to those in the know. Traditionally, this event
The Swedish gods of esports
The contribution of Sweden to the esports landscape cannot be overstated, and with DreamLeague Season 11 Major happening in Stockholm as we speak it seems like a good time
CSGO update brings changes to CT economy, possible Astralis nerf
The latest in a long line of CSGO updates has been announced by Valve and the immediate takeaway is that the long-awaited nerf to the AUG has arrived, sort of. All the company has done is revert the
Of new mice and old men
When the cats are away, the mice will play, or so the saying goes, and the mice of mousesports have been on their own for a long, long time now. From the outside it’s very hard to know the
The Luckbox Podcast: Talking CSGO, Dota 2 and esports
The Luckbox Podcast is now 12 episodes old and has featured guests including Redeye, Thorin, Michal Blicharz and Roman Dvoryankin, chatting about CSGO, Dota 2 and more.
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CSGO coaching revolution the only way to save s1mple and FaZe
Teams at the top of the CSGO tree are desperately in need of a lesson from sport on the power of coaching. While organisations in the 5-20 range of the HLTV rankings are shuffling their packs like
Nordavind looks to put Norway on the CSGO map
The era of the single-nationality team is in full swing, with another project in the ENCE/Astralis mould making big moves this week. Nordavind DNB is a fully-Norwegian CSGO project that has existed for
AMANEK and G2 CSGO: Doing the same thing over and over and...
We’ve all got that one piece of clothing we love, and won’t throw out, despite the fact it doesn’t really go with anything else, or even look that good these days. For this writer, it’s a pair of jeans bought at a
CSGO could see player base grow with changes to CPU usage
While fans wait for news of a nerf to the AUG, CSGO devs quietly pushed out an update that could have an emphatic effect on the success of the game worldwide, and particularly in less