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MContent appoints Hani El Khatib as the new Chief Executive Officer of blockchain & Web3

Highlights MContent announces the appointment of Hani El khatib as their new chief executive officer of blockchain & web3. Hani will oversee the overall MContent blockchain platform as well as all web3, NFTs, & crypto divisions. Hani will lead MContent to become a leading Web3 Company Date :- MContent, the world’s first web3 decentralized content ecosystem is pleased to announce the appointment of Hani El khatib as their new chief executive officer of blockchain & web3. The hiring of Hani El Khatib shows the commitment of the MContent board &

Faker has only lost one game against a North American team so far in his career

The 2021 League of Legends World Championship is taking a short break following the conclusion of the quarterfinals. There are no North American teams left in the tournament after Cloud9 lost to Gen.G on Monday, Oct. 25.  Only four teams remain at Worlds 2021: T1, DWG KIA, Gen.G, and EDward Gaming. And T1’s mid laner, Faker, has an impressive record against NA teams in his career, as originally pointed out by Reddit user samfwayne7. The Korean legend has only lost one game against an LCS team while posting 23 wins.

roeJ: “Whatever happens now, we can be nothing but proud of what we have accomplished”

This time last month, you would have been hard-pressed to find anyone believing that Copenhagen Flames would be making an appearance in the PGL Major's Legends Stage, but such has been the incredible story of the Danish squad who have taken the world by surprise. With a flawless run in the IEM Fall group stage, featuring wins over names such as G2 and BIG, the team found themselves just one step away from a place in the Challengers stage and went on to lock in their spot with a narrow

karrigan: “We could be a dark horse to go deep in this tournament”

FaZe became the first team to punch their ticket from the Challengers Stage to the Legends Stage at the Major with a clean record, taking down Spirit and ENCE in best-of-ones before making it out of the group stage unscathed with a 2-0 victory over Virtus.pro. The international squad also did so displaying a wide variety of play, winning their matches on four different maps: Overpass, Dust2, Mirage and Ancient. karrigan talked about topics ranging from the Major to team culture and having Olof back FaZe, the lowest seeded team,

CLG Hires Jonathan McDaniel as New LCS General Manager

League of LegendsJonathan McDaniel has been hired as the new LCS general manager for CLG League of Legends. / Photo courtesy of CLGCounter Logic Gaming has named Jonathan McDaniel as the new general manager of their LCS League of Legends team, the North American esports organization announced Tuesday.The news was made official nearly four days after CLG announced they had relieved Daniel "Tafo" Lee of his GM duties on Oct. 22.Commitment. Development. Experience. ?We are thrilled to announce @kamikazplatypus as CLG's new #LCS General Manager.Read more: https://t.co/gD1k95xy3R pic.twitter.com/qFSUuBA4eq— CLG (@clgaming)

Spacestation Gaming’s Frexs talks ALGS, input wars, and building a winning team

As the Apex Legends Global Series kicked off last weekend, fans eagerly awaited what seemed like a lobby of death. North America’s Pro League day two lobby, composed of Groups A and D, featured some of the game’s most popular and feared teams: TSM, G2, Cloud 9, and Team Liquid. These were some of North America’s most experienced squads, set up to clash at the start of the new season. They weren’t alone, though. Teams like reigning ALGS champs 100 Thieves, XSET, and SHEEEEEEEESH promised to make the lobby competitive

device’s first six months in NIP

…with the Major in Stockholm coming up, bringing that home to Sweden is my number one goal. Lofty ambitions no doubt, but for a player who has been there and done that so many times, it's merely business as usual. device made no secret of his desires, and maybe even his expectations, when he joined NIP six months ago. It was a blockbuster move, one that came out of left field and shocked the world of Counter-Strike. It almost felt like ambitious goals were required, otherwise the transfer didn't really

RNG’s mid laner Cryin picks Annie at Worlds, the champion’s first appearance at an international League event since 2015

It’s taken a long six years, but the Dark Child has found her way back onto Summoner’s Rift at the 2021 League of Legends World Championship. Royal Never Give Up’s mid laner Cryin has locked in Annie as his pick for the second game of their quarterfinals matchup against EDward Gaming. This is also the first time that the 20-year-old has picked the champion in his relatively short career. The last time Annie was picked at an international League event was back at Worlds 2015, where she was chosen multiple

Bringing Brazil to the Major: How 21 players fought their way to the biggest stage

The PGL Stockholm Major will have the most Brazilian representatives in Major history. At 21 players, this is 6 more than at StarLadder Berlin, the tournament which previously featured the most Brazilian players. When it comes to the top 16 stage, Stockholm has not yet passed the highest number of participants, but considering only half of those teams have been decided and we are already over halfway there, the odds are that this Major will see the most Brazilian attendees any way you slice it. But how did Brazil get

Astralis at the Stockholm Major: Last hurrah, or new dynasty?

Astralis are the most successful organisation in the history of Counter-Strike. That is undeniable; the litany of tournament wins, the months upon months spent at the very top of the world rankings, the Majors to their name. Four Majors to be precise, the last three they have won on the bounce. At this point, with two years having passed since the last, it is almost difficult to remember anyone but Astralis winning a major; indeed, many newer fans of the game watching now will have never experienced anyone other than