We’re entering week four of the renewed UKCSGO Weekly Tournament and we’ve seen some great talent shine so far in the matches.
Today we’re making a change that will impact all players in the tournaments whether you play it for fun or take it seriously. As part of our partnership with FACEIT we’ve been given access to enable their anti-cheat client on our tournaments.
So from now on when playing a UKCSGO Weekly, the FACEIT Anti-Cheat Client must be enabled at all times, you can find a link to the anti-cheat by clicking here and choosing the correct option for your version of windows (sorry Mac and Linux users.)
Once it’s installed and [...]
It’s a UK shuffle but not in the usual way this time as ESEA’s leagues are becoming final we’re finding out which teams are going to be relegated from Premier to Main or promoted from Main to Premier
First up is ROYALS.UK, Previously known as Dragon Esports, they placed 3rd/4th in last season’s ESEA Main division and their fate was left in the abyss until today when ESEA finally made them aware that they’d be playing in the Premier league this season,
ROYALS.UK will be playing ESEA Premier with the following roster:Jack ‘kpiz‘ Pragnell Josh ‘Tesquo‘ Faulkner Ricardo ‘CRMJ‘ Costa Jack ‘J4ck‘ Slosmanis Josh ‘neph‘ Munro
On the other [...]
This Saturday marks the start of the County Championship Finals. It’s been a rough ride but we lost no enthusiasm and we’re finally here after 4 tough qualifiers that left us with eight County teams that will be battling for the prize pool this weekend.
Those teams are:Cumbria Dublin Glamorgan Norfolk Lincoln Leicestershire County Down County Galway
The format for the Finals weekend will be optimized so that players get the most out of the weekend and play as many games as possible.
It’ll start with two groups of four teams each, These groups have been randomised so no seeding comes into play. These are round robin groups so each team plays 3 [...]
NSG, also known as Nuclear Storm Gaming, have announced the signing of a UK team after primarily being interested in Irish talent in the past.
The announcement was posted late last night on the NSG Esports twitter account and confirms the signing of a mix of players who have been playing the recent UK Gaming Tours qualifiers as “AoE Players”
Though the team dropped out early due to some issues with the tournament system, they’ve proven themselves online to have great individual skills, though their teamplay has yet to be established.
We can now officially welcome our new CS:GO team:@DuckyCSGO @PhiloCSGO @PlasmazCSGO [...]