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Team mouz NXT Is the Winner of WePlay Academy League Season 1

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The pilot season of the CS:GO tournament for young esports players has come to its end, and we already have the names of the first champions.

After 20 intense tournament days, the WePlay Academy League Season 1 has ended. During the Grand Final, team mouz NXT earned the victory with an 3:1 score, having put up a fight against team Young Ninjas.

Final prize pool breakdown:

  • 1st place — mouz NXT — $45,000
  • 2nd place — Young Ninjas — $20,000
  • 3rd place — Fnatic Rising — $15,000
  • 4th place — BIG. OMEN Academy — $8,000
  • 5th place — NAVI Junior — $6,000
  • 6th place — VP.Prodigy — $3,000
  • 7th place — Astralis Talent — $2,000
  • 8th place — FURIA Academy — $1,000

The WePlay Academy League Season 1 was held from July 19 till August 29, 2021, with online Group and Gauntlet Stages and Playoffs at the WePlay Esports Arena Kyiv. The tournament was launched by WePlay Esports in partnership with leading CS:GO organizations.

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Talents of the Russian-language broadcast of PGL Major Stockholm 2021 are announced

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Meet the host, commentators, and analysts who will bring you the spirit of the main CS:GO tournament of this year in Russian.

WePlay Esports is happy to announce the talent crew of the official Russian-language broadcast of the PGL Major Stockholm 2021. The team will be working from the WePlay Esports studio during all the tournament stages, from October 26 till November 7. The total prize pool of the competition is $2 million.

Talents of the Russian-language broadcast of the PGL Major Stockholm 2021:

Host:

  • Stepan “DonStepan” Shulga

Commentators:

  • Oleksii “yXo” Maletskyi
  • Aleksandr “Enkanis” Polishchuk
  • Yuriy “Strike” Tereshchenko
  • Igor “SL4M” Sopov
  • Taufik “Tafa” Khidri
  • Fedir “KvaN” Zakharov

Analysts:

  • Dauren “AdreN” Kystaubayev
  • Oleksandr “petr1k” Petryk
  • Mykhailo “kane” Blagin
  • Mikhail “Dosia” Stolyarov

“The PGL Major is an outstanding event in the world of CS:GO. It’s been two years since the last Major, and the community is really looking forward to such a big day. For me personally and for WePlay Esports as well, this is a very important event in which we play a key role — the role of the main broadcaster in the Russian-speaking region. I encourage the whole community to come to us for the broadcast. We have gathered great talents, we have a high-quality production, and the teams will provide a lot of interesting action,” says Oleksii Maletskyi, talent at WePlay Esports.

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SPORT1 and Psyonix continue cooperation: The new season of the Rocket League Championship Series live on eSPORTS1 and eSportsONE

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The new season of the Rocket League Championship Series (RLCS) will be live on eSPORTS1 and the pan-European channel eSportsONE as well as selected events live on free-TV on SPORT1: Sport1 GmbH and video game developer Psyonix have extended their 2020 cooperation by one year. The deal was brokered by IMG and includes platform-neutral rights to the Rocket League Championship Series for the pan-European area. RLCS Season 2021-22 kicked off on October 15 with the first regional tournament for North America. From October 22 to October 24, the first regional for Europe will now take place, which eSPORTS1 and eSportsONE will broadcast live daily from 5:00 p.m. The decisive matches can also be seen on Sunday live from 8:00 p.m. on SPORT1 on free-TV. Just like last year, selected events of the top-class tournament series will also be shown live on free-TV on SPORT1.

This is how the Rocket League Championship Series 2021-22 works

In Rocket League, players try to get a ball into the opponent’s goal using rocket-powered cars. Launched in 2016, the Rocket League Championship Series (RLCS) pits the world’s best teams against each other in this esports title. Since last season, the tournament series has been divided into three sections: “Fall”, “Winter”, and “Spring”, each of which includes three regional events for North America and Europe as well as a major tournament. At the end of the season, the best Rocket League team in the world will be crowned in the Rocket League World Championship. 

eSPORTS1 and the pan-European channel eSportsONE will accompany the entire 2021-22 season of the Rocket League Championship Series live. After the season opener last weekend, the EU Regional 1 of the first stage of the season “Fall” is now scheduled from Friday, October 22, to Sunday, October 24, which eSPORTS1 and eSportsONE will broadcast live daily from 5:00 p.m. The decisive matches can also be seen on Sunday live from 8:00 p.m. on SPORT1 on free-TV. The commentators are Pascal Schuster, Florian Merz, Jonas Schaffrick and Fabian Sieroka (see overview for exact line-up). The first seasonal section’s two other Regionals in North America and Europe will take place at the end of October and in November. The first Major event is currently scheduled for December 8-12. Selected events will also be shown live on SPORT1 on free-TV.

The next broadcasts of the Rocket League Championship Series 2021-22 on the SPORT1 platforms:

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eSPORTS1

eSportsONE

Friday, October 22

5:00 p.m. live

RLCS Fall Split 21/22

EU Regional 1, day 1

Commentators: Pascal Schuster, Florian Merz

eSPORTS1

eSportsONE

Saturday, October 23

5:00 p.m. live

RLCS Fall Split 21/22

EU Regional 1, day 2

Commentators: Pascal Schuster, Jonas Schaffrick

SPORT1

eSPORTS1

eSportsONE

Sunday, October 24

8:00 p.m. (live entry)

5:00 p.m. live

RLCS Fall Split 21/22

EU Regional 1, day 3

Commentators: Fabian Sieroka, Jonas Schaffrick

eSPORTS1

eSportsONE

Friday, October 29

7:00 p.m. live

RLCS Fall Split 21/22

NA Regional 2, Tag 1

 

eSPORTS1

eSportsONE

Saturday, October 30

7:00 p.m. live

RLCS Fall Split 21/22

NA Regional 2, Tag 2

Commentators: Pascal Schuster, Jonas Schaffrick

SPORT1

 

eSPORTS1

eSportsONE

Sunday, October 31

7:30 p.m (live entry)

6:00 p.m. live

RLCS Fall Split 21/22

NA Regional 2, Tag 3

Commentators: Pascal Schuster, Jonas Schaffrick

 

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G2 Esports Announces its First Ever All-female Team

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G2 Esports, one of the world’s leading entertainment and esports brands, has announced the launch of its first ever all-female team for VALORANT. G2 Esports is among the most well-known and competitive organisations in the VALORANT scene and esports overall.

The G2 female VALORANT team, known as G2 Gozen, comprises some of the most successful and prominent female esports talent within the industry. The team roster includes Juia “Juliano” Kiran, Michaela “Mimi” Lintrup, Zainab “zAAz” Turkie, Petra “Petra” Stoker and Anja “aNNja” Vasalic. G2 has also completed one of the first ever female player buy-outs in esports for aNNja to help build the team and strengthen the roster.

Team Captain Julia “juliano” Kiran said: “I grew up with gaming since I could walk and talk. I started playing Counter Strike when I was 11 and went to my first tournament at 16. Now that I play professionally, I take my career in esports very seriously. There is no end goal for the team; instead, we strive for greater success and continuous improvement. We all train for eight, nine, ten, eleven, and twelve hours a day in order to continuously improve and win more tournaments.”

Team member Michaela “Mimi” Lintrup said: “It’s surreal. I have never experienced anything like this before, we are all very excited and ready to compete.”

The formation of the team is part of G2’s end goal to empower men and women to compete alongside each other in mixed leagues. In addition to adding further strength and skill to the organisation, G2 strives to hire the best and highest performing gamers in the industry to compete at the highest level possible, irrespective of gender identity. This VALORANT team in particular is made up of all females and overall features some of the world’s top players.

Highlighting experiences with diversity within the esports industry, Team Captain Julia “juliano” Kiran comments exclusively on challenges she has faced playing in a male dominated industry:

“Many people argue that there is no difference between being a woman and a man in terms of skill and they question why there are no women on the top level, however, they are unaware that women make up such a small percentage of the industry. Competing as a woman within this industry means you have to deal with a lot of bullying and a lot of things that men don’t have to deal with, and it can be unnerving.”

Team member Petra “Petra” Stoker said: “Developments have already been made in the industry, many teams are being represented and brought up. Riot’s Game Changers have already made a big difference in both the competitive and viewer scenes.”

Carlos “Ocelote” Rodriguez, Founder and CEO of G2 Esports, said: “To me, they aren’t a female team, they are our VALORANT team. At G2, we build teams and bring in players based on skill and brand fit. These are amongst the best female players in the world and we’re proud to have them. We’ll support them all the way, as we support all our teams, and look forward to seeing them grow and kick some ass as part of the G2 army.”

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