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Victor "Punk" Woodley wins the first ELeague Street Fighter V Invitational by defeating Norway's Arman "Phenom" Hanjani 4-2 on Friday in Atlanta. Punk had lost to Phenom earlier in the night, but battled back in the Loser's Finals to get a rematch in the Grand Finals. With the win, the 18-year-old from Philadelphia is $150,000 richer. Phenom takes 2nd and a prize of $40,000.

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Scump: The making of a CoD star.

How the son of an ex-MLB player rose to stardom as a professional Call of Duty gamer

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Faker dies 4 times in a row.

SKT T1 survives early mistakes to take a 1-0 lead.

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SKT T1 wins 2017 MSI 3-1.

Soccer legend Ronoldo presents SKT T1 with winning medals.

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Riot talks Brazil tournament success.

Director of esports, Jarred Kennedy explains what made the 2017 MSI shine in Brazil.

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SC Featured: Player 1 from fiction to reality.

SC Featured chronicles Super Formula driver Jann Mardenborough's journey from Gran Turismo video gamer to professional race car driver.

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Huni decides if EU or NA teams are better.

SKT T1's Heo "Huni" Seung Hoon discusses the differences between EU and NA teams and why they aren't as good as Korean teams.

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Mithy on how G2 can get better.

Alfonso "Mithy" Aguirre Rodriguez explains why early game planning is one of the keys to winning.

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Mithy on why Korea dominates Europe and North America.

Mithy explains why Korean teams have a competitive advantage that Europe and North America are starting to copy.

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Mithy on who will win the European LCS.

Alfonso "Mithy" Aguirre Rodriguez discusses bringing back strategies to Europe as a major component.

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SKT T1 sweeps Flash Wolves at MSI.

No upset this time as SKT T1 dominates Flash Wolves 3-0.

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How to train for Call of Duty.

ESPN Deportes' Alba Galindo visits OpTic Gaming house in Chicago, and observes the rigorous preparation for an esports tournament.

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Turner Sports and WME|IMG's ELeague will host a $250,000 winner-take-all exhibition rematch between ELeague Major finalists Astralis and Virtus.Pro on June 16 in Atlanta, Georgia, the two parties announced Tuesday. "We lost to Astralis durring the Major in Atlanta," Virtus.Pro captain Wiktor "TaZ" Wojtas told ESPN. "We came back at them at the next event in Las Vegas. The next half of the year will be very busy, both of our teams will be looking to get the confidence high and flying. I love the games against Astralis... it's always hard and spicy, I'm looking forward to this amazing feast. The Plow will strike back!"

Jacob Wolf, ESPN Esports

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    Recaps for NA and EU LCS, LPL and LCK. Power Rankings. Standings. Features. It's all on our League of Legends hub page.

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    E:60 takes an unprecedented look inside the world of professional video game competitions through the journey of the Dota2 team known as the Evil Geniuses and their quest for a share of the $18.4 million tournament prize pool.

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