It has been revealed that London Esports have parted ways with their CS:GO roster and will join Vexed Gaming.
The third week of the ESL Premiership has concluded. With ReflexEU still looking to bag their first win of the season and many teams hoping to move up the table, week three was filled with Counter Strike action.
The second week of the ESL Premiership has concluded. With teams looking to get their first victory while others were hunting for win number two, competition was rife as some of the UKs top talents did battle once again.
The Summer season of the ESL Premiership started with a bang as the opening wave of matches have been completed.
Monday the 13th of May will see the return of the ESL Premiership for the 2019 Summer Season. The Spring season saw The Pensioners take down Fierce Esports to take home the lion’s share of the £10,600 prize pool.
MONDAY NIGHT ̵R̵A̵W̵ PREM RETURNS
— ESL UK (@ESLUK) May 11, 2019
The opening week kicks off with all eight teams in action, looking to get their campaign off to a winning start. London Esports face Fierce Esports, Buzzkill Esports do battle with Royals UK, reigning champions The Pensioners take on Reflex EU and Team Endpoint play Wind and Rain.
Week One of the Premiership is looking like a hotly contested affair. Can The Pensioners begin their championship defence with a victory or can ReflexEU cause the upset and begin their Summer campaign with an important win under their belts?
The opening week of action begins at 7PM BST and will be broadcast on Twitch. Keep up to date with all the action with updates via the UKCSGO.com Twitter
Insomnia64 finished on Monday afternoon, and after four days of competition we saw London Esports crowned the tournament champion. In a slightly delayed release (somehow I managed to pull my back closing my garden gate yesterday morning), here is the full final standings post for the event.
After four days, the end of LAN is here. The insomnia64 Grand Final between London Esports and DarkSpawn Gaming. The two teams face off for the lion’s share of the £6,250 prize pool.
The Grosvenor Casinos / epicLAN championship is well under way for a second season following London Esports’ victory in the inaugural season. The tournament features the best teams in the UK fighting for their share of the £10,000 prize pool.
We’re finally here, the epic26 Grand Final. On one side of the bracket are The LDN Slayers, who are yet to lose a series this tournament. The other side are London Esports, whose only loss so far came against their opponents in the Upper Bracket Final.