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Former Nerdrage duo form Bulldog’s new roster
Epsilon add jenko – Cement majority UK roster
APOLLO Esports sign ex-The Goose House
NRG sign Immi as new coach
NerdRage bid farewell to UK esports
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March 20, 2018

Former Nerdrage duo form Bulldog’s new roster

After NerdRage axed support for their team, the future of the roster was uncertain. The team initially carried on with no changes under the name “Fish Shirt”. Over time however a mixture of previous internal issues and the effects of the events with the organisation proved too much for the roster: three members leaving, with Kyle “swaggy” Wilson and Michael “wwww” Sandvik sticking together.

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March 15, 2018

Epsilon add jenko – Cement majority UK roster

Epsilon have added former Method player Tom “jenko” Jenkinson to their roster, Owen “smooya” Butterfield unveiled on twitter this morning. He is set to be replacing Cosmin “cosmeeeN” Mihai in the roster, after jenko had been seen replacing the Romanian player in recent events as a stand-in.

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March 7, 2018

APOLLO Esports sign ex-The Goose House

This post was submitted by Josh Harrison, one of the founders of APOLLO Esports, through our “Submit News” feature.

Brand new organisation APOLLO Esports have signed the former The Goose House team, they announced early last week. The team, made up of a few well known names from the periphery of the UK Scene, joined the roster after their former organisation

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March 6, 2018

Killer Gaming return with second season

One of the less-known names in UK CSGO Tournaments, Killer Gaming, have recently announced they will be running a second season. Season 1 saw Appronto take the victory over Blackout despite Blackout going 9-0 through the season, a last second roster change for Appronto made it possible for them to win the grand final.

Season 2 will be split into two divisions. While there is no intended skill difference, there will be a difference in entry fee to each division.. Depending on the division you will take part in this will either cost £10 per player for Division 1, or £2.50 per player for Division 2. The money raised will fund the prize pool, of which 50% will be taken by first [...]

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