UK organisation Veloce Esports have expanded into Counter Strike.
The Summer season of the ESL Premiership has come to an end. After a day of hotly contested Counter Strike action, Endpoint managed to walk away with the title.
After announcing a “fresh start” Team Endpoint have unveiled their all-new Counter Strike roster.
What do you think of the new Jerseys?👀 pic.twitter.com/vjvARruhBF
— Endpoint (@teamendpoint) July 25, 2019
The new-look roster will most likely make their official tournament debut after the ESL Premiership finals taking place in Leicester on July 28th.
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After Fierce and Team Endpoint booked their place in the live finals, four teams did battle in the premiership playoffs.
Things are starting to fall into place as week seven of the ESL Premiership comes to an end.
After numerous issues, Team Endpoint have announced they will be making a “fresh start”.
The fifth week of the ESL Premiership has concluded. With the race for playoffs heating up, there was action aplenty. Let’s take a look at what went down.
Team Endpoint have undergone change ahead of week five of the ESL Premiership.
As the ESL Premiership reaches the halfway stage, the pecking order is beginning to take shape after four weeks of competition.
It has been revealed that London Esports have parted ways with their CS:GO roster and will join Vexed Gaming.