Our Counter-Strike team is in Moscow for EPICENTER, a $500,000 tournament held at the VTB Ice Palace with eight of the best sides in the world. This is the first CS:GO event hosted by Epic Esports, which previously organised an incredibly-successful Dota 2 competition, but it is shaping up to be one of the most interesting tournaments of the final quarter of 2016.
EPICENTER: Moscow will kick off with a best-of-two round robin group stage, with the top two sides advancing to the playoffs. Our team has a very tough task ahead, having been drawn in Group A, alongside Ninjas in Pyjamas, Natus Vincere and dignitas, but if they are able to replicate the level of form shown before the Summer break, then anything is possible!
Below you can keep track of all the schedule and match scores from EPICENTER: