Today, we’re happy to announce the launch of our 24/7 stream dedicated to UK CSGO events. This stream will provide round the clock replays from throughout the history of the UK CSGO scene.
The lovely people at epicLAN are the first to jump on board this stream, providing us with replays of epic15, epic20 and epic21. We are also in talks with a number of other UK event providers so hope to be adding more variety soon.
It is with great pleasure that I can announce that GoatBet is joining us for the UKCSGO Weekly Tournament. This partnership allows us to offer giveaways during the stream and offer something extra to the winning team. Now, in addition to the FACEIT points, the winning team will receive £10 worth of free eSports bets each. This is subject to each member being over 18 years old, and having a GoatBet account.
We will also have a collection of £5 free eSports bets that we will be giving away during the stream via out new Twitch chat bot, so make sure you tune in and get involved in the chat.
While they do cover the CSGO scene and allow bets to be placed on certain games, [...]
I know it wasn’t that long ago that we announced the return of the UKCSGO Forum, but sadly it’s life expectancy wasn’t as long as we would have liked. As many of you know, we recently migrated to a new web server a couple of months ago. The migration of the core website, County Championship website, and other sites we host was a flying success. However, due to our choice of forum platform, the migration of this didn’t go too smoothly. We spent some time trying to recover the old forum and bring it back to life, but certain conflicts with the newer technology we chose for the server made it impossible to recover.
UKCSGO.com has learned that up and coming online UK CSGO community, JGL (or Juan Gaming League), has run its last tournament and will be shutting down further operations in the organisation.
Founder of the organisation, Tom “Weefreemen” Pickering, has decided to step down from JGL and effectively end all operations within the organisation.
JGL, which has been around since early September 2015, was essentially a home for amateur to semi-pro UK players who wanted to gain experience playing in professionally run tournaments online on a regular basis. The team behind JGL ran tournaments once per week, which soon extended to twice per week once interest in them [...]