TenZ has been dropped from the roster, and Subroza will play in the ECS and Blast Pro Series Copenhagen.
Techland is teasing an old west-related announcement coming next week which has speculations going around regarding a Call of Juarez reveal.
The coach has experienced a lot of success with the side, but now he's parted ways with the organisation.
This code had gone missing for years, but now a team is working on getting it to Steam, with console-exclusive DLCs too.
Tim Schafer also posted an image on Twitter, which has people speculation about a potential remaster.
Visceral Games' sci-fi horror title actually shares a lot with the golfing classic, making it easy to port between.
The ESRB site lists it plain and clear for Nintendo's console, so it looks like the 2013 game will return.
After being linked with plenty of teams, Heretics is the side that has picked the French player up.
They beat Team Vitality in the grand final of the event, which was packed with a lot of good teams.
Ence's former in-game leader was allegedly offered a choice to become the IGL elsewhere, but refused.
It's no longer an all-French team, and the international squad are looking to make an impact.
The fan-favourite tournament is coming back as part of the new ESL Pro Tour for Counter-Strike.
This adds new biomes, increased accessibility, Piglins, and more to the game, since Mojang wants you to explore more of the Nether.
The new faces of CS:GO made a mark at the event, defeating Astralis in the final to lift the trophy.
Following NBK's departure this month, another former G2 star comes into the mostly French lineup.
The acting power-pair Nolan North and Troy Baker will be playing both Uncharted 2 and The Last of Us on their Youtube channel.
The fourth episode of Gamereactor's Esports Show is here and in it, we chat about our CS:GO League and the fan-favourite map Mirage.
The popular party game Jackbox Party gets its sixth party pack in October of this year.
Naughty Dog's post-apocalyptic action-adventure is next month's freebie for PS Plus subscribers.
Team Bondi's immersive, neo-noir detective game L.A. Noire is coming to PSVR today, Sony announced.
They're determined to do it in the right way, as explained by CEO Prindi in a Twittter video with the announcement.
They also make clear that they're "not interested in providing licenses for events that restrict participating teams from attending other events".
He was linked to Vitality, but G2 has actually picked him up to replace Shox for a few events.
You can get Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas for free if you download right now as well, as part of a limited time offer.
With kNgV gone to MIBR, INTZ Esports wasted no time in finding another replacement player.