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With the re-branding of the European League of Legends championship set in stone  Riot Games released the teams that will be competing in season 1 starting with the 2019 Spring Split. Splyce SK Gaming Misfits Gaming Vitality Origen Schalke 04 Excel Esports Fnatic G2 Esports Rogue Photo by Woohae Cho of Getty Images.  
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Invictus Gaming takes home first, the lions share of the of the $2,225,000 prize pool and the title of first Chinese World Champions. Fnatic came in second losing the finals and the comeback story of the year where the last time they were in the finals they won 7 years ago. Invictus outplayed Fnatic at...
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With the League of Legends Worlds Championship concluding its semifinals on Sunday we have 2 teams heading on to the finals next week Fnatic and Invictus Gaming. With the upsets last week with G2 Esports and Cloud 9 making history by knocking out Royal Never Give Up and KT Rolster respectively in the quarterfinals we...
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This week: Big upsets at Worlds, could Square-Enix ever go back to developing triple A turn-based games, Nike and Drake sponsor esports teams and a conversation with Kareek Best on the Miami Heat.
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League of Legends Worlds surprise everyone, Checkpoint plays a game and Ninja rubs elbows with the NFL.
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The European League of Legends Championship Series announced the first teams to be accepted into the new Franchising for 2019 thats has a bigger prize pool and revenue sharing. Teams Fnatic, G2, Misfits, Schalke 04, and Vitality all are going to be in the EU LCS 2019 but two teams Splyce and H2k were denied leaving...
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Fnatic taking their 7th Championship title over the weekend beating out FC SCHALKE 04 3-1.  Along with earning 1st they are also winning the European First Seed for the Worlds Championship later this month.   EU LCS Summer Results (Prizes in USD) Total Prize Pool $231,294.00 Fnatic $92,517.60 FC Schalke 04 Esports $57,823.50 Team Vitality $34,694.10...
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After a poor performance in The International 8 Fnatic released Jacky “EternaLEnVy” Mao, Saahil “UNiVeRsE” Arora, Johan “pieliedie” Åström, and coach Kurtis “Aui_2000” Ling. With the cuts though Fnatic also re-signed Abed Yusop and Djardel “DJ” Mampusti.   Source: Dot Esports  
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Sixteen teams competed in the International 8 last week, vying for their share of the twenty five million dollar prize pool. In the end, it was OG who managed to beat PSG.LGD in the finals. The first place finish earns the team a staggering eleven million dollars. Don’t feel bad for PSG though, they’ll still...
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Counterstrike: Global Offensive has been on prominent display over the past couple weekends at IEM Katowice. The winner though was a shocker as Fnatic made a deep run into the tournament and took on FaZe Clan in the finals. The best of 5 series needed overtime in round 5 before Fnatic finally took the win...
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