It’s a little bit of time since the end of ESEA Season 26, but thanks to ESL’s announcement we now know the teams who have managed to qualify to the ESL Premiership – the highest possible (now that Gfinity Elite Series has dropped CS:GO) and longest running (7 seasons) league within the UK. After a very long and tiring season for many teams, over 89 teams competed in the season with 32 teams making the playoffs to find the four teams who would join the other four teams in ESL Premiership.
Tramaine “stan1ey” Stanley has left Endpoint and moved to North America to play with Ghost Gaming, it was announced today. The 19-year old Brit becomes the third CS player from the UK scene to move to North America during the Global Offensive era.
GAME, and specifically the UK Masters, have announced the tournament offering for the upcoming Insomnia62 event. In this offering, includes a £7,500 CS:GO tournament for the event at the NEC, Birmingham between 30th March – 2nd April.
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Impulse Gaming have recently announced they have built a new roster, and with that look to be competing in ESEA Season 27, and other events as and when they get announced. They most likely will be heading to insomnia62 at the end of March.