ESN Daily Brief – Wednesday, April 22, 2015

This is your eSportsNation Daily Brief for Wednesday, April 22, 2015

This is your eSportsNation Daily Brief for Wednesday, April 22, 2015


MLG Season Two

Tonight’s Schedule

7:00 PM EST Set

  • OpTic Gaming vs. OpTic Nation
  • Team EnVyUs vs. Team JusTus
  • TCM Gaming vs. Denial eSports
  • Prophecy vs. Team eLevate

8:30 PM EST Set

  • Denial eSports vs. Team EnVyUs
  • OpTic Nation vs. Prophecy
  • Team JusTus vs. OpTic Gaming
  • Team eLevate vs. TCM Gaming


Results From Tuesday

7:00 P.M. Set

  • OpTic Gaming 3-0 OpTic Nation
  • Automatic Reload 3-1 Prophecy
  • eLevate 3-1 FaZe
  • TCM Gaming 3-1 Team Kaliber

8:30 P.M. Set

  • OpTic Gaming 3-0 FaZe
  • Team Kaliber 3-0 Prophecy
  • eLevate 3-1 Automatic Reload
  • TCM Gaming 3-1 OpTic Nation


On The Site



The eSports World Cup is going above and beyond for this year’s Call of Duty event.



As one of the most revolutionary military-style video games of all time, Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare changed the world of console first-person shooters..



Now gamers and the eSports community can support the cause and compete at the same time.



Operation Supply Drop has announced the details for its next major event. Their 8-Bit Salute event will see its fourth year in a row, scheduled for May 16-17.



Halo Championship Series Season Two

Season Schedule


Image above from @ESLHalo Twitter Page


Final Placings for Iron Gaming Atlanta

  1. Evil Geniuses
  2. Denial eSports
  3. Cloud 9
  4. Winterfox
  5. CLG
  6. OpTic
  7. Noble Black
  8. Velocity


In The News

Noble Pro and Ninja




On The Site


You either love it or hate it, but there’s no doubt that it is a brilliantly designed map.



ESL CS:GO Winter Pro League Final Placings.



Fabien “kioShiMa” Fiey revealed that Adil “ScreaM” Benrlitom will be playing for Team EnVy as a stand-in during their FACEIT League matches this week.