Day: March 1, 2022

IEM Katowice 2022 Has Been Named The Most Viewed Non-Major CSGO Event

IEM Katowice 2022 Has Been Named The Most Viewed Non-Major CSGO Event

IEM Katowice, the first Big LAN event of 2022, experienced unprecedented viewership success. For the first time since 2019, IEM Katowice was held in front of a crowd in the Spodek Arena. The event, which featured the biggest teams and players, did not disappoint, becoming the most-watched non-major CSGO event with 1.12 million concurrent viewers. …

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CSGO Pro S1mple Makes A $33,000 Donation To The Ukranian Army

CSGO Pro S1mple Makes A $33,000 Donation To The Ukranian Army

Aleksandr’s1mple’ Kostyliev, a professional CSGO player for Natus Vincere, once again demonstrated that he is more than just a video game player. s1mple announced on Instagram a series of donations to the Ukrainian army totaling up to one million Ukrainian hryvnias. The sum is approximately $33,000 USD. Ukraine was invaded by the Russian army earlier …

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Valve Has Postponed The Dota Pro Circuit Spring Tour In Eastern Europe Indefinitely

Valve Has Postponed The Dota Pro Circuit Spring Tour In Eastern Europe Indefinitely

In light of the ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine, Valve has decided to postpone the upcoming 2022 Dota Pro Circuit Spring Tour for Eastern European teams indefinitely. This information was provided by the region’s DPC organizer, EPICENTER, who confirmed Valve made the decision internally prior to the regional league open qualifiers, which would have been …

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TSM Spent $5 Million On A League Team This Offseason, According To Reginald, But 'Went With Rookies To Rebuild Over Three Years'

TSM Spent $5 Million On A League Team This Offseason, According To Reginald, But ‘Went With Rookies To Rebuild Over Three Years’

TSM fans have had it rough during the 2022 LCS Spring Split, with the team going 1-8 in the first round robin. People in the League of Legends community have raised many concerns about decisions made behind the scenes, but the team’s CEO, Andy “Reginald” Dinh, has broken down the thought process behind the organization’s …

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