Ninjas in Pyjamas part ways with Adam "friberg" Friberg

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Ninjas in Pyjamas have officially released Adam “friberg” Friberg from the organisation. Following a conversation between Adam “friberg” Friberg with Ninjas in Pyjamas, the organisation has agreed to release the Swedish CS pro from his contract, meaning he is a free agent effective immediately. The twenty-five year old has been part of the Ninjas in Pyjamas CS:GO starting roster ever since it’s…

Na'Vi drops European members, Biver and Pajkatt

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In the second of the promised announcements from Na’Vi this week, the Ukrainian organization has revealed separation from Per Anders Olsson “Pajkatt” Lille and Malthe “Biver” Winther. The two Europeans on the team were recruited in December 2016 as the organization tried to a new recipe in hopes of success. Traditionally the club had always remained purely comprised of CIS…

TI 7 profile: Infamous, the trailblazers

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Coming from Lima, Peru, Infamous are the first-ever South American team to make it to one of the biggest esports event ever, The International 2017. This was the first year when Valve made a clear statement when they decided to create individual region qualifiers for the South American scene. Before the Kiev Major, the SA teams always competed in the…

The International 2017 group stage matchups and schedule announced

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The most expected event of the year, The International 2017 kicks off in less than three days, on August 2 with the group stage matches. At the end of a four days marathon two teams will have to bow out and leave the competition. The eighteen participants fighting for one of the 16 spots into the TI 7 main event…

Into The Wild: Reno Mage

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After a brief break to force in some aggro matches, we’re back to playing games that go beyond turn five. After a brief break to force in some aggro matches, we’re back to playing games that go beyond turn five. July has been a busy but successful month this series. A variety of real life things happened which mean that…

XBOCT returns to Na'Vi as coach

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Alexander “XBOCT” Dashkevich has made a triumphant return to Na’vi – this time as the Dota 2 team coach. In the first of two highly anticipated announcements, Na’Vi has revealed the long awaited reunion of XBOCT and Danil “Dendi” Ishutin. The two legendary Ukrainians had a five year tenure playing together in the black and yellow colors under the Na’Vi banner. …

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