CJ Entus posted new additions to their League of Legends lineup on their Facebook page today. The roster has a few familiar faces, including former Jin Air Green Wings jungler Park “Winged” Tae-jin and former Longzhu Gaming support Kim “Pure” Jin-sun. Former SBENU Korea top laner Seo “Soul” Hyeon-seok, who joined CJ Entus for the 2016 KeSPA Cup, will remain on the roster. CJ has also signed Park “Raccoon” Seong-ho as their second support player. Prior to this announcement, CJ advertised tryouts for their AD carry position on Twitter. CJ finished last in LoL Champions Korea Summer 2016, and were relegated from the LCK inRead More →

On the final day of the 2016 All-Star event, SK Telecom T1's former jungler and three-time World Champion Bae "Bengi" Seong-woong spoke at a press conference about the unlikelihood of him returning as a Korean representative to All-Star next year. For more video interviews and highlights, be sure to subscribe to theScore esports on YouTube. Copyright © 2016 Score Media Ventures Inc. All rights reserved. Certain content reproduced under license. Source: The Score LoLRead More →

OG have won their third Major and $1 million after defeating Ad Finem 3-1 in the Grand Finals of The Boston Major. But not without an epic fight. Even though Ad Finem weren’t able to best the Green Dream, the young Greek underdogs will no doubt be satisfied with their run at their first Valve event — not just because of the $500,000 second-place purse that dwarfs their previous career winnings of roughly $32,000, but because of the incredible performance they put on in Game 3 of the Grand Finals. Though Ad Finem showed moments of greatness in first two games, as the series drewRead More →

OG were up against the wall for much of Game 3 of The Boston Major Grand Finals. But when Ad Finem tried to push in behind their Mega Creeps, OG were able to just narrowly prevent them from killing the Ancient, in the process taking out Ad Finem's entire team but for Maybe Next Time on Earthshaker. After nearly 80 epic minutes, the lonely Ad Finem support came to a decision. There would be no next time. It was now or never. Preston Dozsa is a news editor for theScore esports whose journalism idol is Dino Ghiranze. You can follow him on Twitter. Copyright ©Read More →

It doesn’t get any better than this. In Game 3 of the Grand Finals at The Boston Major between Ad Finem and OG, OG desperately defended their base from Ad Finem's assault, killing Madara's Luna and taking his Divine Rapier. With Ad Finem retreating, ana's Dragon Knight pushed down their mid lane to secure some barracks. But a well-timed Echo Slam from Maybe Next Time's Earthshaker stunned ana long enough for his team to take back the Rapier that had been stolen from them. Preston Dozsa is a news editor for theScore esports whose journalism idol is Dino Ghiranze. You can follow him on Twitter.Read More →

Ad Finem are one series away from winning their first Major title — and their first-ever first-place finish at an offline event — after sweeping Digital Chaos 2-0 out of The Boston Major semifinals. Though DC have played few games since their surprise second-place finish at The International 2016, the team had not lost a single game at the Major prior to facing Ad Finem. By contrast, the Greek team had yet to 2-0 an opponent at the first Valve event they have attended, placing third in Group D and narrowly defeating Newbee and LGD.Forever Young in the playoffs. But you wouldn't be able tellRead More →

On Saturday, Jung "Impact" Eon-yeong, Kim "Reignover" Yeu-jin, Soren "Bjergsen" Bjerg, Yiliang "Doublelift" Peng and Zacqueri "Aphromoo" Black sat down for the NA LCS All-Stars press conference to talk about reuniting duos and breaking them apart. In terms of breakups, Reignover is about to have his first competitive season apart from top laner Heo "Huni" Seung-hoon in two years. Huni and Reignover dominated Europe together on Fnatic, then moved to North America to play with Immortals. But despite Huni joining SK Telecom T1 in the LCK and Reignover moving to Team Liquid in North America, Reignover feels the two players are good enough on theirRead More →

Early in Game 1 in the semifinal match between Digital Chaos and Ad Finem at The Boston Major, Skylark's Nyx Assassin was caught off-guard by MoonMeander's Batrider and MiSeRy's Undying. It looked like Skylark would be able to escape — and against a less skilled Bat, he might have. Preston Dozsa is a news editor for theScore esports whose journalism idol is Dino Ghiranze. You can follow him on Twitter. Copyright © 2016 Score Media Ventures Inc. All rights reserved. Certain content reproduced under license. Source: The Score Dota 2Read More →

1907 Fenerbahçe have signed former LCK mid laner Kim "Frozen" Tae-il to their Turkish League of Legends roster, the organization announced on Twitter Saturday. Agresif oyunlarıyla da tanınan Koreli yıldız Kim “Frozen” Tae-il artık Türkiye Şampiyonluk Ligi’nde! Hoş geldin Kim! Welcome Kim! pic.twitter.com/qbpQMfKn8I — 1907 Fenerbahçe (@FBespor) December 10, 2016 Frozen comes to Fenerbahce from Longzhu Gaming, which he joined in May 2014 when the roster was known as Incredible Miracle 2. Frozen spent most of 2016 sharing his spot in the mid lane with Shin "Coco" Jin-yeong, though Frozen was taken off the starting roster during the first round robin of the 2016 summerRead More →

OG will have a shot at winning yet another Major after defeating Evil Geniuses 2-0 in the semifinals. Though EG were able to best TI6 champions Wings Gaming and recent Summit 6 victors Virtus.pro on their way through the toughest arm of the Boston Major bracket, OG proved to be their stopping block, thanks to Tal “Fly” Aizik’s skillful drafting and the team’s consistent execution. In Game 1, both teams went with illusion-heavy tower-push comps, with EG securing popular Boston picks Luna and Shadow Demon and OG picking up signature n0tail hero Naga Siren along with Dragon Knight and Keeper of the Light. EG gotRead More →