ESN Daily Brief – Monday, April 6, 2015

This is your eSportsNation Daily Brief for Monday, April 6, 2015.

This is your eSportsNation Daily Brief for Monday, April 6, 2015

The Lead – Things You Need to Know

OpTic NaDeSHot Leave of Absence


Karma replaces NaDeSHot


Epsilon Wins Gfinity CoD Open



MLG Season Two

Standings Coming Into Today


Tonight’s Schedule

7:00 PM EST Set

  • Rise Nation vs. Automatic Reload
  • JusTus vs. Denial eSports
  • TCM Gaming vs. Team Kaliber
  • OpTic Gaming vs. Prophecy

8:30 PM EST Set

  •  TCM Gaming vs. Automatic Reload
  • Denial eSports vs. Rise Nation
  • Team Kaliber vs. OpTic Gaming
  • Prophecy vs. Team JusTus


Results From Friday

7:00 PM Set

  • Team Kaliber 3-1 Prophecy
  • OpTic Gaming 3-2 TCM

8:30 PM Set

  • OpTic Gaming 3-0 Team Kaliber
  • Prophecy 3-2 TCM


On The Site


Matthew ‘NaDeSHoT’ Haag has officially announced that he will be taking a “leave of absence” from competitive Call of Duty.




OpTic Gaming has officially announced their newest addition to the team, Damon “Karma” Barlow.



This past weekend we saw the first ever Call of Duty event hosted at Gfinity’s very own arena, the Gfinity Open.



Right when you think you’ve seen it all something just a little more crazy happenings.



Photos taken by Todd Gutierrez



There have been many upsets throughout the past Call of Duty World Championships…



To get a different perspective on what the World Championship is like for people that aren’t in the eSports industry, we interviewed two prominent YouTubers that have based their channels off Call of Duty.



As the 2015 Call of Duty Championship has come to an end, a new team has been crowned the best in the world.



…Team Revenge, found themselves in the Grand Finals for the chance at $400,000 and the World Championship title.



 …but people expected more competition from European teams at the World Championship

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UPDATED: Major League Gaming announced earlier today that they will be returning to Austin, Texas from June 4-7 to host the playoffs for the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Pro League and the joinDota Pro League.



Halo Championship Series Rundown

Final Placings


Events & Tournaments 

  • Gamers for Giving 2015 Platinum LAN Winner: Evil Geniuses
  • Halo Championship Series Season One Finals Winner: Evil Geniuses



Events & Tournaments

  • ESL One Katowice Winner: Fnatic
  • Gfinity Spring Masters Winner: EnVyUs

On The Site

CSGO Canada

After two successful events in a row for Counter Strike:Global Offensive, OXENT and Mondial des Jeux Loto Québec have announced…



Here are the final placings for Counter Strike Masters I.