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  • IEM Katowice: 2019: What is a CS:GO Major?

    Stuart Bridges CS:GO This week

    IEM Katowice: 2019: What is a CS:GO Major?

    The first CS:GO Major, IEM Katowice XIII – 2019 Championship, is starting on 13 February 2019 and in order to aim for the best results, we need to analyse the teams. But firstly, we need to understand the format, structure, qualifiers, and how progression works. Want to learn what a CS:GO Major is? Read on to find out more.

  • IEM Katowice - Europe Minor 2019

    Stuart Bridges CS:GO Hace dos semanas

    IEM Katowice - Europe Minor 2019

    The IEM Katowice - Europe Minor 2019 begins on 16 January and precedes 2019’s long-awaited European Major. The winning team will take home a share of $30,000 and a place in the Challenger Stage at the Katowice 2019 Major. Read on for our preview of the event.

  • Cómo mejorar tus predicciones para CS:GO

    Stuart Bridges CS:GO dic 21, 2018

    Cómo mejorar tus predicciones para CS:GO

    El objetivo de hacer predicciones para realizar apuestas en CS:GO es determinar el resultado de una partida entre un equipo A y un equipo B con una precisión superior a la de las cuotas de las casas de apuestas. Hacer predicciones de las partidas de CS:GO requiere un enfoque que implica un conocimiento superior de la mecánica del juego, la toma de decisiones y el juego táctico. ¿Cómo puedes realizar predicciones precisas para CS:GO? Sigue leyendo para obtener más información.

  • BLAST Pro Series: Lisbon 2018 preview

    Stuart Bridges CS:GO nov 28, 2018

    BLAST Pro Series: Lisbon 2018 preview

    The BLAST Pro Series heads to Lisbon on December 14 to round off its year of events. The same six teams from Copenhagen will battle it out once more for a share of $230,000. What has changed since Copenhagen? Have we learned anything since the ECS Season 6 - Finals? Read on for our preview.

  • ECS Season 6 - Finals: results and stats

    Stuart Bridges CS:GO nov 27, 2018

    ECS Season 6 - Finals: results and stats

    The ECS Season 6 - Finals have come and gone and now all eyes are going to be on BLAST Pro Series: Lisbon 2018. Analysing past events can help when thinking about the future. Which teams performed well at the ECS Season 6 – Finals? Read on to find out more.

  • DreamHack Winter 2018 preview

    Stuart Bridges CS:GO nov 20, 2018

    DreamHack Winter 2018 preview

    We’ve had to wait a year for DreamHack Winter but now it’s back and on November 30, eight teams will compete at the Elmia Convention Center in Sweden for a share of $100,000. Could there be an upset among the top contenders? Has anything changed since Dreamhack Atlanta? Read on for our preview of the event.

  • League of Legends: Ranking System

    Stuart Bridges League of legends nov 16, 2018

    League of Legends: Ranking System

    A lot has changed over the years with League of Legends (LoL) and its competitive scene. From the early days of queueing with four people calling mid to now specifying your role before you enter the queue.

  • Competitive CS:GO ranks explained

    Stuart Bridges CS:GO nov 6, 2018

    Competitive CS:GO ranks explained

    It doesn’t matter where you start with your CS:GO rank, you will have to put time and effort in in order to progress beyond what you’ve placed at. Something to keep in mind is that if you ever get to a stage where you aren’t enjoying competitive, take a break, learn more about the game and what you enjoy doing within the game.

  • Guía de los roles en CS:GO

    Stuart Bridges CS:GO oct 19, 2018

    Guía de los roles en CS:GO

    Conocer los roles en CS:GO puede resultar complicado. No todo el mundo puede utilizar un rifle AWP (AWPer) ni ser un In-game Leader. Con el transcurso de los años, CS:GO ha desarrollado una comunidad competitiva que ha creado roles fundamentales dentro de un equipo competitivo. En este artículo vamos a explicar esos roles de forma sencilla.

  • Análisis de los cuartos de final de la Overwatch World Cup

    Pinnacle Overwatch oct 17, 2018

    Análisis de los cuartos de final de la Overwatch World Cup

    Tras disputarse las reñidas fases de clasificación en Norteamérica, Europa y Asia, la Overwatch World Cup ha llegado a los cuartos de final. ¿Qué países pasarán a semifinales? ¿Podría producirse alguna sorpresa? ¿Quién se llevará la parte más sustanciosa de la bolsa de premios de 488.000 $? Sigue leyendo para fundamentar tus pronósticos de la Overwatch World Cup.

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