"Like Americans going to Japan only to eat at McDonald's when they could have been eating the same burgers at home."
The success that is Valve's competitive shooter Counter-Strike: Global Offensive once again shows it's here to stay.
The player has released a statement criticising Envy's handling of the situation and Nifty's role in all this.
Legija is also in talks with the organisation to become the head coach, according to a recent report.
Lari Isohella explains why his team were successful, and what makes for a good captain in CS:GO.
This new roster will represent Cloud9 for the first time during the IEM Katowice closed qualifiers.
We have a first glimpse at the players who will be bringing the best of CS:GO to Poland this year.
Dignitas is allegedly bringing a squad together, recruiting players from Fnatic and NiP to do so.
This is starting next month, and the 12 teams are split into three groups over the three weeks of action.
They've both come on board before the Moscow event this weekend, seeing eight teams compete in CS:GO.
This is separate from Blast's upcoming competition, and will allegedly clash with the ESL Pro League in 2020.
They'll provide players with hardware and let fans test out their products when they view the events.
The team has a new home, and we can expect to see them compete at Epicenter this month.
Astralis, 100 Thieves, G2 Esports, and more will compete in two seasons next year, and the stakes are high.
The team is performing very well recently, adding to their collection after the ESL Pro League Season 10 finals.
A new report indicates that they're looking to sign the roster that impressed during the ESL Pro League Season 10.