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Female-only gaming tournaments continue strong with $15k for CS:GO
Female-only gaming tournaments get further support through ESWC's $15,000 female CS:GO cup.
What happens when you don't play by Valve's rules
What exactly happens to teams and players that partake in activities like betting rings and match-fixing scandals? Valve isn't kind.
ESL and ESEA team up to create a $1,000,000 CS:GO league
ESL and ESEA team up to throw an incredible $1,000,000 at two CS:GO tournaments in 2015.
Critical analysis of gameplay in order to further your skills
If you're looking to improve your gameplay, tips for critical game analysis lie within. Study the pro's in a better way and translate it to your skill.
Like the Super Bowl, but only cooler - Dota 2 gaming at the pub
Video games are seeing hundreds of screaming fans flock to their favourite pubs or bars to watch the best hit it out in competitions - we're not joking.
The CS:GO ESL One Katowice teams are confirmed, including one surprise
The 16 final teams for the CS:GO ESL One Katowice main tournament have been decided - including one major underdog.
The ESL One Katowice CS:GO qualifier groups are out
ESL One has released their Katowice qualifier tournament groups and match timings.
The ex-ESC Gaming CS:GO team have had Valve's lifetime bans lifted
Polish CS:GO players have had their lifetime Valve bans lifted due to lack of evidence and a further investigation.
Epsilon suspends its CS:GO team over match-fixing allegation
Another match-fixing CS:GO scandal has emerged. Former Epsilon teammate "GMX" has alleged his old team threw a match in order to win skins on CSGOLounge.
Paid to play - Top CS:GO players earning $3k per month each and more
Some gaming organizations come out and admit how much their CS:GO players are being paid in salaries - the answer is $3,000 per month or more!
More Counter Strike tournaments join the banned-wagon, FACEIT and CEVO
FACEIT and CEVO join the banned-wagon, barring the American and Canadian professional CS:GO players from competing in their events due to recent scandals.
Counter-Strike professionals cop life-long tournament bans
Valve and ESEA swing their ban-hammer, providing life-long bans for numerous top American and Canadian Counter-Strike professionals.
American CS:GO League ESEA opens up to the Asia Pacific region
ESEA bump up their CS:GO Season 18 prize pool to $100,000 and include Asia Pacific region teams.
Computer games in the mainstream, CS:GO at X Games Aspen aired by ESPN
Watching CS:GO at the X Games in Aspen will be costly at $100 US, but worth it.