Insomnia 61 Preview

Insomnia 61's Invite division will feature eight European teams. Historically, regions outside of Europe, principally North America, have had some sort of representation at i-Series. It's a tradition that started at i46 when North America's Classic Mixup and Leviathan Gaming dispensed with such European powers as Epsilon, TCM, and Infused. At the last Insomnia event,…

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Playoff Predictions: ESEA 25

It feels like Froyotech have been challenged ever harder by the team previously known as EVL Gaming ever since they merged with the Ronin refugees Yomps, Rando, and Bdonski. Now called Ascent, the team beat Froyotech early on this season with Paddie, and more recently they lost to them after Ma3la replaced the Canadian. Naturally,…

Predictions for AFC 12 Week 5

Muscle Revolution Reborn vs. Supa Strikas Last week, Muscle Revolution were able to take a map off of Cookie Monster, just like This Team did before them. Supa Strikas, meanwhile, tied with Cookie Monster on one map when they played each other in Week 2 and beat them quite convincingly on the other. That might…

Predictions for ESEA 25 Week 9 & AFC 12 Week 4

ESEA Ascent vs. Gnomercy Both of these teams have looked sure to reach the playoffs since day one, and now, at the close of the regular season, nothing has changed in that regard. These rankings have been a bit unsure about Ascent ever since they lost Paddie and brought Ma3la in to replace him. They've…

Predictions for ESEA 25 Week 8 & AFC 12 Week 3

ESEA Froyotech vs. Lunatik eSports The recently-improved projection machine has done a pretty good job of anticipating the ESEA-I results of late. If this crystal ball-ery is going to continue this week, Froyotech will open up this second-to-last week of the regular season with an easy win over Lunatik eSports. Now that Fable eSports have…

Update: SE7EN back on top

Updates to the match charts ● ESEA Weeks 6 & 7 ● ETF2L Playoffs ● ETF2L High Grand Final ● Ozfortress Playoffs ● AsiaFortress Weeks 1 & 2 ● Overview of Rankings movements