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CS:GO News Week in Review: October 31st

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Cloud9 win EPL Season 4

The North American team was crowned the unlikely victors this week at the ESL Pro League Season 4 finals following their upset victory over SK Gaming in the grand finals of the event. For a map-by-map recap of the final series of the tournament, head over to our winner’s news.

fnatic brings back KRiMZ

Freddy “KRiMZ” Johansson has already reclaimed his spot on fnatic’s roster following the announcement this week by both Godsent and fnatic that they have both mutually agreed to exchange him for Jonas “Lekr0” Olofsson, who will be reunited with his former team mates on Godsent.

Halloween update: Overwatch changes, bug fixes

The CS:GO developers have released their annual Halloween update for the game just five days before the end of the month, bringing with it the obligatory pumpkin-themed chickens as well as a number of key gameplay changes. Find out more about the changes in our full patch breakdown.

Astralis adds gla1ve

Astralis has restored their CS:GO roster to five this week following the team’s announcement of their signing of Lukas “gla1ve” Rossander as their new in-game leader, bringing him in from Team Heroic. The 21 year-old Dane has his fair share of experience in the professional scene, having played for teams such as Copenhagen Wolves, 3DMAX, and ESC.

Dreamhack headed to Las Vegas

Dreamhack has announced the second-ever Masters series tournament will be their newly-announced Dreamhack Masters: Las Vegas, which is currently slated for this coming February. The event, which will take place at the world-famous MGM Grand and Garden Arena, will feature sixteen teams competing for the piece of the hefty $450,000 prize pool, with the $200,000 lion’s share going to the champion. 

ENCE parts ways with juho

The Finnish team is scrambling to find a new fifth player following this week’s announcement by Juho “juho” Lampinen that he has decided to step down from the team immediately. The news comes after a string of lacklustre results from ENCE, most recently their failure to make the playoffs of ESWC 2016, an event at which they were favoured to place. 


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