After the recent USA CSGO major summit1g decided that he wanted to try and go pro in Counter Strike: Global Offensive. After receiving an offer from a tier 1 US team he ends up choosing his streaming career over any shot of going pro. What do you guys think, should
LegendaryLea has just received another 30 day suspension from Twitch.tv for an apparent "vagina slip" https://twitter.com/LegendaryLeaTV/status/724676912056922113 Many people are petitioning and pushing for a permanent ban from Twitch, whilst others are surprised she even got banned at all. It seems Lea's connection with boyfriend Sodapoppin has proved useful in her Twitch career. View the full
James '2GD' Harding is a entertainer and a joker. Gabe Newell is co-founder and managing director of Value Corporation. Amongst the production disaster that was the Dota 2 Shanghai Major Qualifier, Gabe fired the James, the tournament host, on the 2nd day. He then posted on Reddit explaining: Two things: 1) James.
After an amazing comeback from 7-14 down, Team Liquid managed to scrape through and qualify for the MLG major. In the post match interview S1mple got quite emotional and showed quite a few tears. Considering he just moved from America and left everything behind, it was understandable how emotional he got given how hard
CSGO casters, pros and ex-pros all give their opinions on the freak/s1mple bullying incident. Some people are just laughing at the whole situation (semmler), whilst others are just flaming the csgo community (dazed). Watch the video below and let us know your thoughts and what you think about the reactions. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hH71zsbJLPg
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ygpp6nUbyWM He claims he was defending his friends and that he went too far. He then goes on to apologise to S1mple and his supporters. However like some commenters have said, it doesn't make a lot of sense. defending your friends? more like 2 people are attacking him and you join in,