Virtus.pro returns prize money and Na’Vi G2A looks for LoL players
Last week was remarkable for such major eSports tournaments as iBUYPOWER Masters 2016 (CS: GO) and ROG MASTERS (Dota 2). There is also information about some significant changes in the popular CIS clubs.
Virtus.pro team won’t go to DreamLeague tournament
It was reported that due to the busy schedule, Russian team Virtus.pro decided to stay in the U.S. after The Summit tournament, in order to prepare for the upcoming The Boston Major. For this reason, they had to withdraw from the DreamLeague competition, which takes place in Stockholm.
Players also have to return $10 000 they received in a group stage of the competition. The money will replenish the DreamLeague prize fund.
Natus Vincere G2A team needs League of Legends players
Recently, the Natus Vincere LoL.CIS team was left without the coach, first-string player and alternate player. The team is looking for fresh members now – corresponding announcement was published on the official website. Currently, the team needs a head coach and the players for 3 positions: forester, midline and topline players.
Ivan Skorohod left the Skorohod+4 team
On his page in Twitter, Ivan “VANSKOR” Skorohod said that he has left the Skorohod+4 team, in which he played after leaving Flipsid3 Tactics. In addition, the athlete alluded that soon he may gather a new team.
Winners of iBUYPOWER Masters 2016 and ROG MASTERS tournaments
The total prize fund of iBUYPOWER Masters 2016 in CS: GO, which took place in the city of Costa Mesa (USA), was $100 000. The winner of the tournament is Immortals team that got $20 000; Cloud9 team took second place and received $15 000. E-sports clubs TyLoo and FaZe won $12 500 each for the third and fourth place.
The tournament on Dota 2 ROG MASTERS was ended in the Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur. Its prize fund amounted to $150 000. The first place was taken by the Secret eSports club, which received $71 250, the second place was given to the Execration, the prize of which was $33 750. The third place was divided between Mineski and EHOME.X teams, each of which won $15000.back to list