One of the best teams in Counter-Strike leaves ESEA midway through the season.
Two of the continent’s biggest Counter-Strike: Global Offensive teams have made significant moves.
Few predicted that things would work out quite the way they did.
This is esports.
The next chapter in the America versus Europe rivalry ended with Cloud9 on the losing end. Barely.
They say it takes skill to play esports. But this is just ridiculous.