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Dota 2 10K MMR club grows, CS:GO to get Source 2, Chinese LoL marred by match-fixing... and more esports stories form the week

Did you miss anything from the last week in esports? Swamped with your Steam backlog, because now you can’t go

Source 2 coming to CS:GO community members claim

According to a tweet from Counter-Strike community member Nors3, recent claims about a Source 2 update to CS:GO could be

Valve are completely reworking Artifact, updates coming soon

Valve's card game Artifact was one of the defining game failures of 2018. Its initial reveal during The International 2017

Epicenter Major and Dota PIT Minor have been cancelled

A few days ago, ESL and Valve announced that ESL One LA had been cancelled because of the spead of

ESL One to work with Valve for a new time and location for the cancelled Los Angeles Major

Following the travel ban with Europe imposed by the United States, ESL One officially announced the cancellation of the Los

LA Major cancelled: Reports suggest ESL One LA has been called off after USA issued a travel suspension from Europe

The spread of the Covid-19 virus (or coronavirus, as it is more commonly being called) has brought a lot of

DPC 2021 changes, Riot's new FPS, an unforgettable IEM Katowice... and more esports stories from the week

Did you miss anything from the last week in esports? Swamped with work or school? Somehow slept through the amazing

Dota Underlords is finally getting out of Early Access tonight

Valve's auto chess game Dota Underlords will officially release today after being in beta for almost nine months. Valve will

Dota 2 average player numbers keep going down; January 2020 was the lowest the month has seen since 2013

A few months ago, VPEsports reported that the Dota 2 average player numbers were the lowest towards the end of

CS:GO hits 901,305 peak players, breaks previous record just a day later

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is seeing some of its best days according to Steam Charts. The game has once again seen

Valve sues GESC for failing to pay the teams and talent from Thailand and Indonesia 2018 Minors

In what is an unprecedented action from Valve, the Singapore-based tournament organizer Global Electronic Sports Championship (GESC) is getting sued