The LCS Championship is back this week with a monstrous match up in the second round of the upper bracket. LCS titans Team Liquid and TSM will go head-to-head. With the winner qualifying for the 2021 LoL World Championship, who will win?
Team Liquid faced Cloud9 in the upper bracket of the LCS Championship. It was the opening game for both, and ended with Liquid in some of their best form all year.
The EMEA top 12 are set and Fnatic isn't among them, having been eliminated by Team Liquid. These 12 will play for four spots at Masters Berlin, beginning August 12th.
The comeback kings of WEU emerged victorious against the largest gold lead in competitive Dota 2 history - and that was only the first game of the series
IEM Cologne saw NiP bouncing back against Team Liquid in superb fashion. A close opening game turned into one-way traffic on maps 2 and 3.
With the IEM Cologne Play-Ins ending yesterday, the teams moving on to Groups have been decided. Here are our predictions on how the Group Stage will go
Team Liquid's press conference managed to clarify the reasons behind the recent League of Legends roster changes, and dropped a new bomb.
Cloud9 closed out the weekend with a victory over rivals Team Liquid. Here is how the MSS champions got their first win of the summer split.