ESN Daily Brief - Monday, April 13, 2015
This is your eSportsNation Daily Brief for Monday, April 13, 2015
The Lead - Things You Need to Know
JusTus Roster Change
Natus Vincere Win ESL Winter Pro League
OpTic Gaming Win Saturday's 2K
Rise Nation Win Sunday's 5K
MLG Season Two
Standings Coming Into Today
7:00 PM EST Set
- OpTic Nation vs. Automatic Reload
8:30 PM EST Set
- Automatic Reload vs. Team JusTus
Results From Friday
No Matches Played
On The Site
Activision and Treyarch have officially announced Call of Duty’s twelfth main installment, Call of Duty: Black Ops 3.
Check back regularly to see what’s been announced.
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.
…so here’s a helpful summary for all of the major team changes so far.
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.
Photos taken by Todd Gutierrez
On The Site
ESL Winter Pro League
ESL CS:GO Winter Pro League Final Placings.
Day One consisted of half of the group matches which determines a team’s fate in the tournament.
Day Two of the event concluded with only four teams remaining.
Day Three of the event concluded with one team being crowned champion and taking away $15,000.
This weekend, the final eight teams that still stand in the ESL CS:GO Pro League will gather together in Cologne, Germany.
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.