15 April 2015 - 02:55

ESN Daily Brief - Wednesday, April 15, 2015

This is your eSportsNation Daily Brief for Wednesday, April 15, 2015
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This is your eSportsNation Daily Brief for Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Before we start today the team at eSportsNation would like to send our condolences, wishes, and thoughts to the family, and friends of Luke "Froggir" Inwood, who passed away at the young age of 17 this week. Luke competed in MLG and UMG events both on LAN and Online with multiple teams most notably with eXcellence Gaming. You can donate to and support Luke's family by clicking here.

- eSportsNation Team

The Lead - Things You Need to Know

Enable to fill in for Karma at ESWC and Gfinity



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HCS Season 2 to Begin this Weekend




MLG Season Two

Standings Coming Into Today


Tonight’s Schedule

7:00 PM EST Set

  • Rise Nation vs. OpTic Nation

  • TCM Gaming vs. Team EnVyUs
  • Prophecy vs. OpTic Gaming
  • Team eLevate vs. Team JusTus
  • 8:30 PM EST Set

    • OpTic Nation vs. Team eLevate

  • Team EnVyUs vs. Prophecy
  • OpTic Gaming vs. Rise Nation
  • Team JusTus vs. TCM Gaming

    Results From Tuesday

    7:00 PM Set

    • OpTic Gaming 3-0 OpTic Nation

  • Team EnVy 3-2 eLevate
  • FaZe 3-2 TCM Gaming
  • Denial eSports 3-2 Automatic Reload
  • 8:30 PM Set

    • OpTic Gaming 3-0 Automatic Reload

  • FaZe 3-0 OpTic Nation
  • Team EnVy 3-2 TCM Gaming
  • eLevate 3-2 Denial eSports

    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.



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



    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.




    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.


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