eSports company Gfinity has launched the CS:GO client for Windows, which is a free download and enables players to enter and compete in the free and premium CS:GO weekly tournaments.
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Unikrn, a gaming and eSports company, has assembled an all-female team that is set to compete in professional Counter-Strke: Global Offensive tournaments globally. The ladies have started their training and will begin competing immediately as 'Team Unikrn'.
The video game streaming and eSports platform DINGIT.TV launched a new Korean website with events and partnerships. The premier launch event is the CS:GO Asia Invitational.
Plays.tv today announced a strategic partnership with the Electronic Sports League (ESL), to offer gamers exclusive video from upcoming Intel Extreme Masters events. Counter-Strike: Global Offensive will be covered and viewers will be able to see entire matches from the players' perspectives, easily viewed and embeddable from Plays.tv on any social sharing platform.
If you plan to attend gamescom 2015 in Germany, don't miss out the FPS that are hosted by ESL. Among the featured games in the ESL arena you find Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Battlefield 4, Halo 5: Guardians and S.K.I.L.L. Special Force 2.
Have a peek at a training camp of a Call of Duty pro team: The latest episode in the series "OpTic Gaming: Behind the Green Wall" went live, which saw the aftermaths recents unexpected changes to the OpTic Gaming team roster.
For the third consecutive time a team from China won CrossFire Stars 2014 (CSF), the biggest tournament for the most played free-to-play FPS Crossfire on Sunday 8th. Modern.DYTV.EP wiped out Pacific.Macta, BEGIN and PENTA Sports in the final rounds.
CrossFire Stars 2014 (CSF), the biggest tournament for the most played free-to-play FPS Crossfire kicks off tomorrow, Dec 5th. 14 teams from 10 countries have qualified to participate in the tournament which will end in Korea on Dec 7th. CSF will be live-broadcast, check out schedules here:
Teams from 80 countries have the chance to compete for the championship title of Crossfire Stars (CSF) 2014, the biggest eSports event for the free FPS Crossfire this year. Smilegate announced the schedule for the qualifiers.
CrossFire's biggest tournament has ended with the Grand Final on February 23rd. Team AG.PEPSI from China has beaten team EP.iG in the last match and could claim the prize pot of $50,000.
16 teams have qualified for CrossFire's biggest tournament. The teams will pit against each other in four groups that have been drawn. The first match starts February 22, in Chengdu China. Who will win the $50,000 prize pot?
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