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Thorin's Top 10 CS:GO Line-Ups that Left Us Wanting More (Part 2 - 5-1)

Six and a half years of never-ending competition in the open circuit has made Counter-Strike: Global Offensive one of the

Thorin's Top 10 CS:GO Line-Ups that Left Us Wanting More (Part 1 - 10-6)

Six and a half years of never-ending competition in the open circuit has made Counter-Strike: Global Offensive one of the

Thorin's Take: CS:GO Needs a Virtus.Pro

Virtus.pro's five man core (Snax, byali, pasha, NEO and TaZ) were not only champions year on year, capable of near

Thorin's Take: The Superlative s1mple

Oleksandr "s1mple" Kostyliev is not just the best Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player in the world but his career form and

Thorin's Take: Flame Fatale

Me and Flame in 2014 If you would call yourself a fan of a player then perhaps you might imagine

Thorin's Take: Rise of the Small but Real Teams

As Renegades and potentially ENCE move into quarter-final slots and the accompanying "Legends" status associated with them, a distinction can

Thorin's Take: League's Role Balance Problem

League of Legends is a game which, despite the developer's initial claims, has long since settled into five established roles

Thorin's Take: kennyS and shox - France's False Bill of Goods

Richard "shox" Papillon and Kenny "kennyS" Schrub are France's two greatest CS:GO players in history, yet they have not successfully

Thorin's Take: Another Angle on Xyp9x in Astralis

Andreas "Xyp9x" Højsleth is justifiably hailed as the best Support player in the world and, at this point, probably history.

Thorin's Take: Females Earn Their Salaries Largely the Same Way Males Do

The topic of female professional players in esports provokes discussion and debate whenever it is raised, yet so often seems

Thorin's Top 20 CS:GO Story-Lines of 2018: Part 2 (10-1)

2018 was a strange year in Counter-Strike. One the one hand, a single team dominated the scene in a fashion

Thorin's Top 20 CS:GO Story-Lines of 2018: Part 1 (20-11)

2018 was a strange year in Counter-Strike. One the one hand, a single team dominated the scene in a fashion