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.
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.
It has been revealed that London Esports have parted ways with their CS:GO roster and will join Vexed Gaming.
Vexed have today announced the long awaited changes to their CS:GO lineup, which were expected after British player Charlie “pickles” Pickles and Norwegian Erik “truth” Hansen Dyrnes left the team at the start of August, meaning they were down to three players and as such were not in attendance at the recent Insomnia 63 event.