When I had a quick glance the other day on the insomnia63 sign up list, there was a group of names I recognised from the Counter-Strike: Source and early CS:GO days, that I hadn’t really seen in a long time. The team named “Reborn” hosts a wealth of former old talent, including Matthew “Holl1s” Hollis and Aidan “foolio” Wood The team is spearheaded by Jay “f00b” Davenport, the player we are interviewing now.
Since we announced that insomnia63 would have a whopping £30,000 up for grabs last month, there has always been a question mark on how many teams would get paid prize money through the expanded prize pool. In normal iSeries events, the prize pool would be distributed to the Top 8, and everyone else would just suffer, however we can reveal new information to the public on how many teams will get paid this time round and with what money.
As epic24 is underway, we have managed to get the GOTVs from the admin team at Kettering Conference Centre.
In a bold move, epic.LAN and Grosevenor have partnered up to bring the epic.LAN CS:GO Championship powered by Grosvenor. This competition will hold five regional qualifiers all across the country and 1 LAN Finals, where the winner will walk away with a share of £10k.