During the 2017 Mid-Season Invitational, we saw an insane escape from Team WE’s 957 on Kled.
Its not the first time weve seen a pro player escape out of what could have been a deadly situation, though.In honor of 957’s ability to survive a 3v1 with style, that also helped net Baron, we’ve compiled a list of the 10 greatest escapes in League of Legends.For more video interviews and highlights, be sure to subscribe to theScore esports on YouTube.
On Thursday, the Professional Esports Association broke a months-long radio silence to announce that Team Dignitas and Misfits had joined their ranks.
And in terms of our broadcast hours across various platforms, it is pretty unparalleled.
For fans, for players, for teams, for partners, the community overall, and this is a logical next step for us overall in that process.”Last time the PEA was in the news, the organization canceled its plans to found a North American CS:GO league after the member teams’ players voted against league exclusivity.
As we look to the future what we hope is that we are able to bring that level of reach and harness that in ways that are positive to fans and the community at large.”Daniel Rosen is a news editor for theScore esports.
You know his face, but you probably dont know the story behind it.
Fortunately for you, Josh Bury — theScore esports resident meme expert — is here to break down the mysterious history of one of Twitch chats most popular emotes in what were calling A Trip Down Meme-ory Lane.For more videos, be sure to subscribe to theScore esports on YouTube.
James "hazed" Cobb and Jason "jasonR" Ruchelski will stay on as OpTic Gamings stand-in coach and player respectively, according to Oscar "mixwell" Cañellas in the latest episode of the teams documentary series Vision."So, we want to keep hazed as our coach and he will stay with us at least until the Major, and jasonR will be playing with us too," mixwell said.
"So we have these five players with hazed as the coach and we are training for all the events that are coming now.
Probably the most stacked period of time of the year."OpTic will be attending the ESL Pro League Season 5 Finals, ESL One Cologne 2017 and, if they qualify, the Esports Championship Series Season 3 Finals, which are all right around the same time as the offline qualifier for the Krakow Major 2017.In their recent events, OpTic finished in third place at the cs_summit, 3rd-4th place at IEM Season XII Sydney with hazed standing in for jasonR, but most recently they placed 5th-8th at the Subaru Invitational 2017.Dennis "Tarmanydyn" Gonzales is a news editor for theScore esports who enjoys whiskey, D&D and first-picking Abaddon Slardar Clinkz Medusa Oracle a P90 my Souvenir Negev Discipline Priest Pharah.
While D.Va and Winston can greatly pressure the enemy, a healer like Mercy will keep your team in the fight for a much longer period of time.
Chasing down flankers can leave your team in a bad position, so staying still can net you a kill that will turn the game into a very favorable 3 vs. 2 for your team.Preston Dozsa is a news editor for theScore esports.
This map features a large, two-storey building in the center which provides both cover and a route to get to the other side of the map without coming under fire.
Its long views make it perfect for a Widowmaker to pick off enemies at a distance, and teams without a tank will feel a lot of pressure if they try to get close.
The Overwatch League has lurched another step closer with the reveal of the Overwatch Contenders development league for North America and Europe.Think you’ve mastered the competition?
Introducing Overwatch Contenders.
Standout and be recognized.Learn more @ https://t.co/4ZKYI70qIJ pic.twitter.com/2LT2VAvHwQ— Overwatch (@PlayOverwatch) May 22, 2017
"Season Zero" of the Contenders league will feature open qualifiers for NA and EU, where the Top 16 teams per region advance to an online group stage, according to a Blizzard news release.
Players ranked Masters or higher are allowed entry, further details are expected in the future.Dennis "Tarmanydyn" Gonzales is a news editor for theScore esports who enjoys whiskey, D&D and first-picking Abaddon Slardar Clinkz Medusa Oracle a P90 my Souvenir Negev Discipline Priest Pharah.
FaZe ClanWhere: FACEIT YouTubeWhen: May 28Why: El ClásicoFor the title of strongest CS:GO team in the world, its pretty much a toss up between FaZe Clan and Astralis.
These deep bonds produce equally deep grudges as brotherly bonds are broken on the battlefield.SK have a clear advantage over their little brothers in IMT when looking at their previous head-to-heads.
SK GamingWhere: FACEIT YouTubeWhen: May 28Why: Brazilian derby; ally and adversary alike; IMTs new fifth?The Brazilian Counter-Strike scene is a tight knit community of largely unprecedented talent for the region (NA) and this camaraderie has produced two world-class teams in SK Gaming and Immortals, with a third edging its way to the upper echelon (Luminosity Gaming).
There is no shortage of CS:GO happening from one week to the next and it can be tough for even hardcore fans to keep track of it all, so weve narrowed down your choices to the few must-watch matches of the week.Astralis vs.
After defeating Team123 2-1 (25-21 on Train, 13-16 on Nuke and 16-8 on Inferno), Singularity have secured a spot at DreamHack Open Summer.
However, Singularity levelled the score and eventually secured the first map, 25-21, after prevailing in a triple overtime.
Still, AnJ and his team easily assured their presence at DreamHack Summer after closing the last map out 16-8 following a near flawless CT-side.
Singularity have made it to DreamHack Open Summer
The Danish clash began with Singularity grabbing a five-round streak on their opponents map pick, Train, and easily reaching an 11-4 lead by half-time.
The European closed qualifier for DreamHacks Summer iteration began with Singularity easily reaching the grand final after picking up 2-0 wins against both ajukreizi and PRIDE.
On the other side of the single-elimination bracket, Red Reserve beat Mikail Bills GreyFace, while Team123 defeated North Academy.
Liquid earned a spot at ESL One Cologne after their 2-0 victory against CLG in the grand final of the North America Closed Qualifier (16-14 on Cobblestone and 16-8 on Inferno).
The qualification process in North America started with two open qualifiers whose winners advanced to the closed qualifier.
Liquid are going to Cologne
Despite only getting eight rounds on the board as the CTs on Inferno, Liquid dominated on the T-side and won the map 16-8, and the series 2-0, qualifying for ESL One Cologne.
CLG and Liquid started the qualifier in the semis while the other four teams had to play quarter-finals.
CLG and Liquid beat Renegades and Misfits in the semis, respectively, to reach the grand final.
more like flipsid3 so bad still better than polish cs
Shit editing, feel like it would be better just to see this at normal speed
flipside ? lets rush one by one
keev ? ok i got
well this was a quick edit since the finished like 3 hours ago
without smoke on awp? ok, nice tactic
man flipside is so fucking trash lol
also keev cheater
Holyfuck this guys BIG are insanely gods!
For us, as a team, we didnt really feel like it was any individual performance, it was mainly like how we understood the meta and how we approached it," he said.
And the playstyle that saw him sometimes fly under the radar near the end of his time with CLG could, for the untested roster of Immortals, be an incalculable boon.Josh "Gauntlet" Bury is a news editor for theScore esports.
"I think the biggest thing is just the language differential, since our top laner, support, and even mid actually can speak Korean.
Which is really detrimental to the team," he explained.
"So just that language block is kind of a detriment, but at the same time theyre really good mechanically-wise, like pretty much everyone on this team.
The invited teams in Europe are:
The invited teams in North America are:
DreamHack has revealed the eight teams, four in North America and four in Europe that have been invited to the closed qualifier for DreamHack Summer.
After six teams were directly invited by the Swedish tournament organizer, eight teams have now been invited to take part in the closed qualifier, where two spots for the $100,000 tournament will be up for grabs.
The winners will then travel to Sweden to play at DreamHack Summer, which will take place on June 17-19 at the Elmia Convention Center in Jönköping.
One for a European team and one for a North American team.