With the New Year starting off strongly, Endpoint have announced changes to their CS:GO roster post-Gfinity. In an update post, where they announce the organisation as a whole will not be returning to the Gfinity Elite Series and the release of their Street Fighter V team, they also announced that Dion “FASHR” Derksen is set to leave the organisation.
A statement on the Endpoint website said: “Following a somewhat disappointing exit in the semi final of Season 2 of the Elite Series, we have made the decision to focus solely on a UK lineup and part ways with our Dutch player.” The team is set to continue living in their team house for the foreseeable [...]
The UK Circuit ran a month-long pre-season to advertise it’s hubs, get players involved as well put the platform through its paces to make sure it was ready for an official launch. Today, the free pre-season came to an end and their subscription-based participation will launch at 6pm GMT. To play on the UK Circuit hubs you will now need to subscribe to them for £5 a month. This subscription will help raise funds to give away regular prizes across all divisions.
In a statement earlier today, they released the following information:
What is the UK Circuit?
The UK Circuit is a collection of FACEIT Hubs designed to increase the potential of the UK & Irish [...]
Earlier this year FACEIT released a new feature on their site that allowed the creation of “Hubs”. With this, we launched our UKCSGO Free-For-All hub which allowed players from all skill levels find games and meet new people inside the UK scene. At around the same time, Sliggy released his own collection of Hubs which were split up for different skill levels. Both projects got off to a good start but there was confusion in the scene over who was running what and why the two projects were so similar in some areas. Today though, we are pleased to announce a solution to deal with these issues – We’re joining forces.
UKCSGO and UK Circuit both want [...]
With an earlier Saturday afternoon start, the second week of the Gfinity Elite Series concluded with the Method dropping to the Epsilon side. The second week was full of exciting games, and saw the standings thrown into disarray as Prophecy failed to secure a bonus point yet again and Team Infused took a surprise win over the EnVyUs Academy side. The only British match up on the cards between Team Endpoint and exceL eSports ended having been a close fought battle, with the victory eventually going to the Endpoint side.Week 2 Results: Team 1ScoreMapScoreTeam 2 Prophecy8train16Reason Gaming EnVyUs Academy12cbble16Team Infused Epsilon 16cache11Method Team [...]