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CSGO roster revealed for GODSENT

Through announcing the new lineup today, GODSENT returned formally to the professional Counter-Strike scene. Team NoChance, consisting of in-game manager Kevin “KRYSTAL,” Amend, Martin “STYKO” Styk, Mikail “Maikelelele” Bill, Jesse “zehN” and Pavle “maden” Boškovic, has completed its signature on the team. “STYKO” Manager of the NoChance was also signed by GODSENT Jonatan “Devilwalk” Lundberg. […]

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Valve shares ruling on conflicts of interest at CS:GO Majors

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive developer Valve has established where it stands on Major-attending teams having conflicts of interest. In 2020, teams and tournament organisers involved in Majors will have to declare their business relations to curb conflicts of interest and be transparent. Photo credit: FACEIT RELATED: BLAST Pro Series becomes member of Esports Integrity Commission In September, Valve released […]

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WINNERS League enters data-focused partnership with Abios

Esports data company Abios has partnered with event organiser and esports news platform WIN.gg‘s WINNERS League. The deal will see Abios work with the league to share in-game data from its third season. Image credit: WIN.gg RELATED: WINNERS League determines Season 3 lineup Abios will place observers in WINNERS League’s matches in order to track player […]

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New CSGO roster signed by GODSENT

In June 2018, GODSENT discontinued operations after the Swedish Red Reserve organisation acquired the CS: GO team’s roster. The team announced in September that after fusion with The Final Tribe it planned to resume operations. The organization’s final list consisted of players such as Ludvig “Brollan” Brolin, 17-year-old Joakim “disco doplan” Gidetun and Simon “twist” […]

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TV 2 Denmark enters licensing deal to broadcast BLAST Premier

TV 2 Denmark has renewed its licensing deal with RFRSH Entertainment to cover the BLAST Premier circuit from 2020. The renewal quickly follows BLAST Pro Series Copenhagen and sees TV 2 Denmark acquire the exclusive Danish broadcast rights to next year’s BLAST Premier. Image credit: BLAST Premier RELATED: BLAST Premier announced with $4.25M prize pool for 2020 Alexander Lewin, VP, Programming […]