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  • Valve announces to shut down CS:GO trading on OPSkins

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    OPSkins shut down by ValveThe seven-day trading restriction has caused discontent among many players. Especially those who liked to do skin trading wanted Valve to take back the changes. To bypass the lock, OPSkins, one of the largest marketplaces for skin trading, has introduced a new feature that can bypass this trade barrier just a few days ago. The so-called "ExpressTrade" allowed users to trade their items without waiting and therefore faster than in the Steam Market. However, Valve has now announced in a blog post that this feature violates their terms and conditions and that they will shut down all OPSkins Bots by...
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  • Partnership with eByte, the blockchain-based community ecosystem

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    Today we are excited to announce our partnership with eByte, the blockchain-based community platform where leagues, teams, and players can access everything they need all in one place. The eByte project uses its own Blockchain technology, to establish the first international payment and contract system for the eSports community and starts it's public ICO pre-sale today, on June 1st. The eByte cryptocoin is an innovative compensation system for the eSports community. Users can create an account on their PC or smartphone to access their eByte wallet, send and receive eBytes, and perform mining operations. Want to learn more? Visit the official eByte...
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  • TaZ removed from the VIRTUS.pro lineup, MICHU to step in

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    Virtus.pro TaZAfter a series of poor performances last year and a crushing 0-3 at the Eleague Major, Virtus.pro has eventually decided to make a roster change. Team captain Wiktor “TaZ” Wojtas has been benched and will probably not return as he has been given permission to start looking for a new team to join. As replacement the Polish team has chosen Michał "MICHU" Müller from Team Kinguin, but only as a temporary stand-in for a one month period.   Statement Roman Dvoryankin, VP General manager “We have promised our fans back in Atlanta that VP will only become stronger in the...
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  • AWP | Dragon Lore sold for $61,052.63, making it the most expensive skin on a market place

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    For $61,052.63 you could either buy a brand new sports car or take 2-3 years off from work, or you could buy a Factory New AWP | Dragon Lore Souvenir on a skin market place. An unknown rich guy decided to do the latter which makes this AWP | Dragon Lore Souvenir the most expensive skin ever sold on the site. The trade happened on January 29th 2018, just after Cloud 9 won their first ever Major title. Is it just coincidence that the Dragon Lore has a golden Cloud 9 sticker on it or was the buyer a happy C9 fan...
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  • Rumours: FACEIT will host the next CS:GO Major in September

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    FACEIT Bardolph DDKAccording to a report by Jarek "DeKay" Lewis on dbltap.com, Valve has already made a decision about who will host the next Major. As stated by Lewis in his article, FACEIT will be the tournament organizer who will get the chance to host their first CS:GO Major. The Location will be the SSE Arena in London, Wembley, the hometown of FACEIT. If the sources are right, fans will have to wait until September this year for the next Major. Source: dbltap.com | Photo: FACEIT
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  • Report: TaZ will leave Virtus.pro, NEO could follow

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    Virtus.pro TaZAfter a crushing 0-3 elimination at the Eleague Major 2018, a lineup change for the longest lasting CS:GO roster could finally happen. According to a report by esports journalist Jarek "DeKay" Lewis, Virtus.pro has informed Wiktor "TaZ" Wojtas that he will be replaced. The candidate with the best chances on a place in the Polish team is Michał "MICHU" Müller from Team Kinguin, DeKay has learned. The only problem could be the transfer fee which allegedly is around $310.000. Another player whose career at VP could be near the end is Filip "NEO" Kubski. According to the report, Virtus.pro told him that he might be replaced...
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  • coldzera wins the AOC Gaming “player of the year” voting

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    AOC Gaming Player of the yearyYou have decided! After more than 11.400 votes cast by the CS:GO Videos community, the AOC Gaming "player of the year" is set! With 6,958 votes for Marcelo "coldzera" David, we were able to find a clear winner. The Brazilian superstar from SK Gaming was able to convince you the most over the past year and thus deserves first place. Second place went to FaZe Clan's shooting star Nikola "NiKo" Kovac, whose performance was rewarded with 3,106 votes. Third place goes to Oleksandr "s1mple" Kostyliev (869 votes), fourth place goes to Nicolai "dev1ce" Reedtz (492 votes).   AOC Gaming "player...
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  • fREAKAZOiD leaves Echo Fox, wants to play with his brother instead

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    freakazoid Echo FoxNorth American star player Ryan "fREAKAZOiD" Abadir announced via Twitter that he is no longer a part of Echo Fox. The 25-year-old thanked his former organization and announced in an interview with dust2.us that he now wants to concentrate on his new team together with his brother. His goal is to win the ESEA MDL and get back to a pro level and compete at a Valve Major again. fREAKAZOiD's new team consists of Samuel "SileNt" Portillo, Ryan "ryan" Welsh, Jordan "Zellsis" Montemurro and his brother Austin "Cooper-" Abadir.   Thanks to @echofoxgg for always having my back and being truly good...
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  • dev1ce will return for the Eleague Major after his injury

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    dev1ce AstralisGood news for all fans of Astralis! Star player Nicolai "dev1ce" Reedtz returns from his injury-related break since IEM Oakland and is ready to join his team at the Eleague Major in Boston. dev1ce let his fans via Instagram know that he is back in practice and apparently well again. Therefore, Astralis will be able to compete with their regular roster for the Eleague trophy and $1.000.000 prize money and won't have to play with their coach Danny "zonic" Sørensen instead.   [caption id="attachment_3232" align="aligncenter" width="576"] dev1ce confirmed his comeback via Instagram[/caption]     Source: reddit | Photo: HLTV.org
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  • ESEA kicks mOE from Rank S – instantly regrets it

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    Mohammad mOE AssadMohammad "mOE" Assad, one of the scene's most controversial figures, is no longer allowed to play with the pros in ESEA's Rank S. The decision to throw mOE out of the exclusive gather club has been announced by Brett Sheffield, product manager of ESEA, via Twitter.     The announcement was followed by a series of critical tweets from the fans and mOE himself who could not understand why he got kicked from Rank S.     Only a few hours later Brett Sheffield spoke again and revised his decision. All players who were excluded a few hours earlier remain...
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  • CSGOWild: Biggest fraud in the history of CS:GO gambling?

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    CSGOWild scam reportCS:GO gambling has a long history of scams and frauds, even with the help of well-known Twitch streamers and YouTube personalities such as James "PhantomL0rd" Varga or Trevor "TmarTn" Martin. Despite hundreds of reports and warnings, many huge gambling sites still enjoy great popularity and make tons of money. One of the biggest gambling platforms is CSGOWild which now seems to face another big scandal. Twitter user "Akke" published a detailed report in which he talks about the "biggest fraud in the history of CS:GO gambling". Akke claims that he has found evidence in the code of the website that CSGOWild is using bot...
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  • TACO: We won’t practice with felps before the Major

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    TACO SK GamingThis may come as a surprising news for all SK Gaming fans and supporters. Epitácio "TACO" de Melo, member of the legendary Brazilian CS:GO team, stated on Twitter that his team won't practice with their former team mate and standin for the upcoming Major in Boston, João "felps" Vasconcellos. Instead the team wants to focus on the whole tournament schedule of 2018 and therefore doesn't want to miss any practice time with their new player Ricardo "boltz" Prass.     SK Gaming signed boltz from his former team Immortals in October as a replacement for felps, but won't be able to use him...
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