Esports organization Immortals have announced they are trialling a new player on their CS:GO roster. According to a post on the Immortals’ Facebook page, the team will be playing with Vito “kNg” Giuseppe at “upcoming tournaments.”
Valve has launched a new update for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Titled Operation Hydra, the update brings with it unique new game modes that will be available for a week at a time.
As reported by Spanish news organization Diario AS, France has passed legislation regulating professional esports contracts within the country.
ESL has signed a deal with Emirates Airline to air VODs of the biggest matches in the tournament organizer’s recent history, the organization announced Wednesday. Matches will be available on demand on every Emirates Airline flight, with Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, StarCraft II, and League of
ELeague will be holding its third season of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive competition, the tournament organizer announced via Twitter. The new season will kick off this fall, with the first matches starting September 1.
Pro100 has returned. Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player Danylo “Zeus” Teslenko has announced the reformation of Counter-Strike team pro100. Zeus has confirmed that he will still continue playing for Gambit Esports, although he did not specify what his role in pro100 would be.
KQLY recently joined Vexed Gaming. Esports organization Vexed Gaming recently announced the acquisition of player Hovik “KQLY” Tovmassian for its Counter-Strike: Global Offensive roster. The news was met with an amount of backlash, as KQLY was issued a VAC ban in November 2014.
Immortals placed 7th in the 2017 Spring Split Regular Season. Esports organization Immortals has announced that they are parting ways with their League of Legends strategic coach, David “Hermes” Tu. Hermes joined Immortals as a coach in November 2016, working alongside performance coach Robert Yip.