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CS:GO "veterans" reveal their rosters for the Kinguin Legends #1
All the participants of Kinguin Legends #1 have become known. Ioann "Edward" Sukharev, Yaroslav "pashaBiceps" Jazzombkowski, Philip "NEO" Kubski, and others will compete for the €50,000 prize pool. Former member of Natus Vincere Sukharev assembled a roster only with players from Ukraine. "PashaBiceps" acted in a similar way, which partially restored the Polish roster of Virtus.Pro along with Janusz "Snax" Pogorzelski and Pavel "byali" Bielinski.
CS:GO fans found one more bug in agent's head hitboxes
The author of the Ansimist YouTube channel found in CS:GO the difference between the head hitboxes of agents, depending on the faction. The difference in the volume of the most vulnerable spot of the player models reaches an impressive 17% for a competitive shooter.
NaVi started training Vertigo map
Ukrainians from NaVi team started training on the Vertigo map, which is always banned in official matches. Players and coaches have not commented on this rumor. It is not known whether the training is an isolated case or whether the "born to win" intends to add this card to their map pool.
CS:GO eSportsman got ban during the tournament
Estonian SC player Alvar "consss" Raman received a CS:GO account ban. His account was banned based on the Patrol's investigation. Estonian said that the block was imposed on his account during the tournament, and called it a mistake. At the time of publication of the material, the esports team is participating in the closed qualifier for CCT Central Europe Series 2 with a replacement.
Valve increased the CS:GO Major prize pool
Orgs of BLAST Paris Major 2023 CS:GO announced that the prize fund of the tournament will be $1.25 million. According to representatives of the resource, Valve allocated an additional $250,000.
Evil Geniuses won $100,000 American LAN tournament
The Evil Geniuses (Party Astronauts) team became the champion of the Fragadelphia 17 LAN tournament with a prize pool of $100,000, which was held in Philadelphia, USA on September 10-11. In the final, Evil Geniuses defeated the BIG academy 2:1 - 16:11 on Nuke, 6:16 on Vertigo, and 16:9 on Mirage.
The prize fund of BLAST Paris Major 2023 will amount to $1.25 million
Cybersport analyst Milan "Striker" Shveyda announced the increase in monetary rewards with reference to a press release from BLAST for the media. Participants of BLAST Paris Major 2023 will compete for a total prize pool of $1.25 million, which is $250,000 more than previous majors.
NiKo showed the best rating in group B at ESL Pro League S16
G2 player Nikola "NiKo" Kovacs finished his performance at the group stage of ESL Pro League Season 16 with the best individual statistics in group B. After five matches, the average rating of the Bosnian was 1.29.
G2 became the first team in ESL history to complete the group stage losing 0 map
Cybersport analyst Milan "Striker" Svezhda, shared the statistics of the G2 Esports CS:GO roster in Group B at ESL Pro League Season 16.
BLAST will hold the first Major of 2023 in Paris
The first CS:GO Major of 2023 will be held in Paris, and will be hosted by the BLAST tournament operator. The final stage of BLAST Paris Major 2023 will take place on May 8–21. Qualifiers for the RMR tournaments will take place in February-March, and the RMR championships are scheduled for April 3-9.
G2 Esports beat Virtus.Pro and took first place in Group B at ESL Pro League S16
G2 Esports defeated Virtus.Pro in the Group B match at ESL Pro League Season 16 CS:GO. The confrontation ended with a score of 2:0 - 16:2 on Inferno and 19:16 on Ancient. Nikola "NiKo" Kovac's team took first place in the group stage and will start the playoffs in the quarterfinals.
CEO G2 Esports: HooXi is the future of Counter-Strike
G2 Esports CEO Carlos "ocelote" Rodriguez Santiago shared his opinion about Rasmus "HooXi" Nielsen, the captain of the club's CS:GO roster.
FaZe Clan lost to G2 Esports at ESL Pro League S16
FaZe Clan lost to G2 Esports in Group B at ESL Pro League Season 16 in CS:GO. The match ended 0:2 - 7:16 on Dust 2 and 12:16 on Nuke. For Finn "karrigan" Andersen's team, this is the first defeat in the tournament.
MIBR sniper's monitor turned off during the match against Team BIG
MIBR CS:GO sniper Enrique "HEN1" Teles had to end the round in the match against BIG at ESL Pro League Season 16 with the monitor turned off. Despite the technical problem, the Brazilian eSportsman killed one of the two opponents in the clutch. MIBR lost to BIG with a score of 1:2 - for the HEN1 team this defeat was the third in group B at ESL Pro League Season 16.
Virtus.Pro defeated MIBR at ESL Pro League S16
Outsiders (Virtus.Pro) defeated MIBR in Group B at ESL Pro League Season 16 CS:GO. The match ended with a score of 2:0 - 16:2 on Ancient and 16:7 on Inferno. The team of Alexey "Qikert" Golubev earned three points. MIBR has lost the chance to reach the playoffs of the tournament.