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Just hours away from Copenhagen Games 2018 we're looking into some of the storylines as well as a portion of the best female teams participating in the ladies tournament.
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The Swedish player Simon "downie" Storm gets five astounding USP-frags in the finals of the BirdieLAN 27 against PopcornPlokker$.
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The Swedish esports organization has assembled a new Counter-Strike: Global Offensive roster, after removing all of its players on March 31.
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Earlier today, Crowns Esports Club dropped its Counter-Strike: Global Offensive roster. The roster's Former rifler Yacine "yzn" Laghmari has now provided Fragbite with a statement about the situation.
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Roughly half a year after acquiring its main Counter-Strike: Global Offensive roster, Sweden's Crowns Esports Club has released the squad. The decision came following the team's recent poor performances in various online qualifiers.
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