In The Boston Major group stage winners' match between Ad Finem and OG, OG were in the lead and taking Roshan, but Maybe Next Time's Clockwork had his eyes on the pit and Hookshot ready to go. Annabelle “Abelle” Fischer is a writer for theScore esports with a love for Dota 2, birds and cheese. You can follow her on Twitter. Copyright © 2016 Score Media Ventures Inc. All rights reserved. Certain content reproduced under license. Source: The Score Dota 2Read More →

Former ROX Tigers support Kang “GorillA” Beom-hyun says that a tweet from Immortals’ twitter account showing a jersey with his name on it affected his negotiations with other teams, and that the team has since apologized to him. The since-deleted tweet was seemingly meant as a joke, as it included an image of two Immortals jerseys, one with GorillA’s name on it and another with former KT Rolster support Lee “Piccaboo” Jong-beom’s name. In a TwitLonger posted Sunday, GorillA said that he’s since spoken to Immortals CEO Noah Whinston and general manager Kang “Dodo” Jun-hyeok and that they’ve both apologized to him for the situation.Read More →

At the end of Day 1 of The Boston Major Group Stage, Digital Chaos and have secured top seeding in the main stage bracket, followed closely by Wings Gaming and Newbee. Group A Team Match Record Game Record Digital Chaos 2-0 4-0 Wings Gaming 2-1 5-2 WarriorsGaming.Unity 1-2 2-5 LGD.Forever Young 0-2 0-4 DC claimed Group A’s first seed in decisive fashion, defeating both LGD.Forever Young and WarriorsGaming.Unity 2-0. Only one game, against LGD.FY, took longer than 40 minutes. DC were considered a wild card coming into Boston, since they’d played few games compared to the other teams participating. Their biggest barrier in GroupRead More →

Counter Logic Gaming's League of Legends player development coach, Mike Schwartz, has been helping their CS:GO team to practice more efficiently during the LoL offseason, and the org have decided to make him a full-time member of their CS:GO support staff. Announcing Mike Schwartz @schwartzbruder, former LoL Player Dev Coach, is now our CS:GO Player Development Coach!» — Counter Logic Gaming (@clgaming) December 3, 2016 "Mike has been great working with the League of Legends team this year and was able to take what he learned and implement it in his work with the CS:GO team," Matt "Trinitiii" Nausha, CLG Esports Director, saidRead More →

Never count out of a fight. Newbee had a 15k net worth lead over in the second game of the Group B Winners' Match, with Newbee winning most of the fights between the two teams. It looked like Newbee would take another fight near Roshan, but No[o]ne's Outworld Devourer held on long enough to secure an Ultra Kill and turn the tide of battle. That Ultra Kill was the start of a VP comeback, as the CIS team held on to defeat Newbee and become the first seed from Group B. Preston Dozsa is a news editor for theScore esports. You can followRead More →

Paul “sOAZ” Boyer is returning to Fnatic after two years on Origen, but he says he didn’t take the switch lightly. In a Reddit AmA, the top laner said that he received a few offers, but wanted to build something, not just join a roster for the money. "I didn't talk much to NA teams," sOAZ said. "I'm planning to build something in Fnatic for now and give my all, will see if I have fuel in the tank after that." sOAZ went on to explain that he preferred to stay in Europe because it'd be the safer choice for him as a person. "IRead More →

Wings Gaming may be one of the favorites at The Boston Major, but even after a Game 1 loss, SEA qualifier squad WarriorsGaming.Unity held a significant lead headed into the late game in Game 2. After a strong start to the fight from Warriors, bringing down both ShaDow's Drow Ranger and iceice's Chen, Faith_bian made a desperate retreat up the stairs into the Radiant jungle and when Ah Jit's Phantom Assassin tried to make chase, he was caught by y`'s Disruptor in a Static Storm on the stairs that completely turned the fight. Annabelle "Abelle" Fischer is a writer for theScore esports with a loveRead More →

Han “Peanut” Wang-ho stands awkwardly in his introduction photograph, the SK Telecom T1 logo slightly off-center on the wall behind him. His team varsity jacket is too big for his small frame, almost comically so as the seams fall off of his shoulders, landing on his upper arm, and the jacket cuffs extend well past his wrists. With a somewhat strained smile, Peanut clenches his fist — a not-so-subtle promise of future success. Above this photo of Peanut, a short message reads: “Hello! We would like to introduce the new jungler for SKT T1! We signed a contract with Wang Ho ‘Peanut’ Han. Let’s welcomeRead More →

LGD have announced that Jang “MaRin” Gyeong-Hwan has left the team almost one year after he first joined. Thank you for everything MaRin, and best of luck wherever you go next! It was our pleasure to be able to call you a teammate and a friend. — LGD-Gaming (@LGDgaming) December 3, 2016 MaRin joined LGD on Dec. 10 2015 after a dominant year on SK Telecom T1, during which the squad won their second Worlds championship. The top laner has been a part of squads under the SKT banner for most of his career, starting in 2013. RELATED: League of Legends 2016 Offseason RosterRead More →

Galen "Moon" Holgate is stepping back from Team Liquid's LCS roster and is seeking a new team, the organization announced Friday. “I am extremely grateful to have been given the opportunity to work with Team Liquid and I have grown so much as a player over my last split on TLA,” Moon said in a press release. “This is only the beginning for me career-wise and I’m working harder than ever to make sure I have a showing I can be proud of in 2017. I’m really excited to see where the future takes me and I am currently taking offers from all regions!” TheRead More →