CS:GO's Chosen One: Natus Vincere's Superstar s1mpleOleksandr ‘s1mple’ Kostyliev is deemed as the chosen one among CS:GO players. He is a superstar that has one achievement eluding him, a Valve Major title.
HUNDEN Reflects on the Impact He Made on Danish CSNicolai ‘HUNDEN’ Petersen has recently retired as a player and has transitioned to a coaching role with Heroic. He is proud that he made an impact on Danish Counter-Strike and to some extent German CS as well.
Olofmeister Steps Down from FaZe ClanIt seems that FaZe Clan is having a bit of a problem as their CS:GO squad will have to replace Olof ‘olofmeister’ Kajbjer after his recent decision to step down from the game this year. It shocked the world with players and fans alike asking what went wrong for the great player.
Heretics' Maka Talks About His Incredible PerformancesBryan ‘Maka’ Canda has been performing spectacularly in the European division of ESL One: Road to Rio. He holds the highest rating out of every player.
Astralis Captain Gla1ve Takes Medical Break Away from GameAstralis’ three-time major winning in-game leader Lukas ‘gla1ve’ Rossander has decided to step away from the game for a while. He says he was burnt out.
Pen Tester 2eggs Banned for CheatingIdo Magal, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive’s developer came up with a recent update on the game, confirming the rumours of popular pen tester 2eggs has been banned for cheating in the game. One can note 2eggs’ strong popularity in Twitter over the last two years.
Astralis Plans to Add Two More PlayersAstralis is set to make one last boost to their roster by adding two more players to their current lineup. The ESL One Road to Rio is still in the process of cleaning the house to see which teams are going to see a spot in the upcoming major, and Astralis does not plan to miss out.
Kassad Leaves His Coaching Role at 100 ThievesAleksandar ‘kassad’ Trifunović and 100 Thieves have mutually agreed to part ways. This marks the end of a successful two-year run with the Australian squad.
SicK Retires from CS:GO at Age 21In a shocking move last week, Hunter ‘SicK’ Mims came up with a big announcement on his Twitter, claiming he is now retiring from competitive CS:GO. He is now set to find a new career path in playing Valorant, which puts him with a lot of former CS:GO players who switched.