The second major of 2018 has just been announced with FACEIT hosting the event in London. This is the 13th major and the first one being hosted by FACEIT, it will feature a $1,000,000 prize pool and will run from the 20-23 of September in the SSE Arena, Wembley.
The day of epic23 is upon us, and as gamers from all around the UK are packing up to travel to the Kettering Conference Centre, epicLAN are busy setting up the venue ahead of the doors opening later today. Despite the massive workload they have infront of them, they have found time to announce an increase to the CSGO prize pool thanks to the addition of a late sponsor.
GT Omega are no stranger to epicLAN and have been a sponsor of the event for some time now. They are returning to the sponsor podium for this event which sees a healthy boost to the prize purse.
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Hey! Here’s a post from us that’s in a format that’s a tad unusual. I’m Michael “DuckMoriarty” Moriarty, the new / returning / never really left Editor-in-Chief for the website we know as UKCSGO. I’m here to talk about what UKCSGO.com will be doing in 2018, and the further future, so the best way would be through a simple post right before epicLAN kicks off this weekend. Below is a list of things that are set to be changing and how we’ll content up your life.
With the Intel Extreme Masters holding their World Championships in Katowice, with the finals on 4th March, ESL UK have partnered up with broadcasting company CinEvents to bring the Grand Finals to thirteen cinemas in the UK. As part of this, we’re also hosting a giveaway for a pair of tickets for one of the cinemas in partnership with ESL UK and CinEvents – more on that later.
Sixteen of the greatest CS:GO teams in the world will be taking part in IEM Katowice, from nearly every continent of the world, meaning it’ll be the largest IEM World Championship event ever. The $500,000 tournament will see the championship winning team take home $250,000, and the IEM [...]