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Predictions for the Blast Premier Spring – Group A

Ahead of the Blast Premier Spring Counter-Strike: Global Offensive tournament, Astralis may be the favorite Group A team, but Ninjas in Pajamas, OG, and BIG will also fight for a spot in the Blast Premier Spring Final. Going into the tournament...

Blast Premier Fall Final Day 2 Recap

On day two of Blast Premier Fall Final 2020, G2 faced off against Furia, OG battled BIG, and Mousesports took on Astralis. Furia vs. G2 Map one, Inferno, was Furia’s playground. They seemed to run circles around G2 and know all their strategies...

CS:GO BLAST Premier Fall Final schedule has been set

In less than a week, the BLAST Premier Fall Final for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) will begin. Eight teams will compete for a massive $425,000 prize pool, starting on December 8, and we finally have the full bracket and schedule. The...

Flashpoint 2 CS:GO tournament features $1 million prize pool

Online CS:GO tournament Flashpoint 2 will be having its playoffs on November 30 with the top eight teams duking it out for a prize pool of $1 million. The winning team will take home the lion’s share of $500,000. Organized by B Site Inc. and...

OG beat Fnatic 2-1 In IEM New York 2020 EU Semi-Finals

Team OG will take on the winners of FaZe vs Vitality in the grand finals tomorrow. The post OG beat Fnatic 2-1 In IEM New York 2020 EU Semi-Finals appeared first on TalkEsport.

OG to support its banned CS:GO coach, ruggah

"We decided that Casper deserves a second chance and we want to continue working with him." The post OG to support its banned CS:GO coach, ruggah appeared first on Dot Esports.

Jamppi reportedly sues Valve over VAC ban that prevented him from signing with OG

Will this make Valve review its current policy? The post Jamppi reportedly sues Valve over VAC ban that prevented him from signing with OG appeared first on Dot Esports.

OG failed to qualify for its first CS:GO Major

GODSENT will attend the Europe Minor in Brazil instead. The post OG failed to qualify for its first CS:GO Major appeared first on Dot Esports.