Last night XENEX announced that their CSGO team, the previous DOG Gaming lineup, had dissolved. This tweet looked to be nothing more than a cutesy though as within 30 minutes, their new roster has been announced.
The current champions of each regional ESL Premiership will head to the Madrid Gaming Experience from the 27th to 28th of October, for the ESL Clash of Nations. They will meet the 1st and 2nd ranked team in the current season of ESL Master España, for their chance to shine on the Madrid main stage during the Swiss style tournament.
Last night IGI Esports released the news of their new CSGO roster featuring four UK faces, and one Swedish after their previous lineup announced their departure last month.
Their last team, made up of Ryan ‘DOX‘ Young, Man-Ho ‘MRHUI‘ Hui, Nick ‘NK‘ Feeney, Tayler ‘TAYLERDOODLE‘ O’Boyle and Ryan ‘REDGARZ‘ Edgar shared the 5th/6th spot with XENEX at i61. They had some promising results against some UK powerhouses, but despite this the team decided that they would disband and go their seperate ways.
Last week, we revealed that Reason Gaming faced a suspension and possible ban after allegations of match fixing. As of 15th September, ESL UK have lifted the provisional suspension of Reason Gaming, allowing both them and Radix Esports to attend the LAN final.
The progress of the investigation, which was “expedited” due to the fast approaching LAN finals, discovered no malicious intent from the players of Reason Gaming. After finding preliminary evidence, ESIC felt it was “justified” to suspend Reason from the remainder of the season, and so be it the finals. Since further investigation determined their loss wasn’t intentional, the suspension was [...]