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Valve cancels Fall 2021 CS:GO Major - report

Valve has cancelled its plans to host a Counter-Strike Major until Fall 2021. This information comes via an article by

Valve cancel ESL One: Rio 2020 CS:GO Major

In the biggest hit to the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive scene in 2020 yet, Valve has revealed that the ESL One:

Valve will replace invitations with a ranking system for Fall CSGO Major

There are some changes coming to how teams can make their way to Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Majors according to a

StarLadder Major New Challengers stage top 8 predictions

I've decided to do an early prediction going into the StarLadder Major in Berlin by listing who I believe will

Valve pins dates for 2020 and 2021 CS:GO Majors

After years of asking for it, Valve has finally given a longer calendar of their CS:GO Majors. Valve has now

Cloud9 coach Rambo talks coL, conflict, C9 & more

Photo: ESL By Taras Bortnik Special to VPEsports During the IEM Katowice Challengers stage, we had the opportunity to speak with Cloud9 CS:GO's

Na'Vi electronic Interview: "the French have not changed their game"

(Photo: Na'Vi) By Taras Bortnik Special to VPEsports VPEsports had the opportunity to chat with Natus Vincere's Denis "electronic" Sharipov following the squads first

Looks like StarLadder will host the next CS:GO Major after all

Photo by: StarLadder According to recent reports by Jarek "DeKay" Lewis, StarLadder will play host to the next CS:GO Major. No

compLexity Benches yay, Disconnects with Rambo

compLexity Gaming has made roster moves in the hopes of finding a stable roster ahead of the new years roster

IEM Katowice CS:GO Major Receives New Details

ESL has unveiled the dates for the upcoming Minors ahead of the next Major. Intel Extreme Masters Katowice will be

olofmeister: "everyone wants to win. They will do whatever it takes to win"

VPesports had the chance to speak with the only player to have made it to every Major playoff Olof "olofmeister"

moses on NA: "Our teams are much more dangerous from top to bottom."

Ahead of the first round of the final stage of the FACEIT London Major,  our own Steven Cropley had the