This week on #TCRTuesday, we’re bringing back Clutch or Kick–a segment where we cover controversial issues and decide if they’re even worth our attention. We’ve got Matchfixing, Cyber Bulling (no really), and Rosterbation. Recapping the ESL Expo Invitational in Barcelona, and their… odd set up. Wrapping up with The Micro, as usual.
This week on #TCRTuesday, MLG Major Qualifier Surprises: Team Liquid coming together as a team, and Splyce showing they belong. Visa discussion, or why Splyce had to show they belong. Finally, we discuss the Shanghai Dota 2 Major, and valves decisions to burn it to the ground mid tournament. As usual, we wrap up with the Micro.
This week on #TCRTuesday, we’re talking the two major tournaments that just wrapped up: Shanghai Dota2 Major, and IEM Katowice, and everything that goes with them. Stolen gear, a missing Maserati, $1,000,000 in prize money. Fnatic edging closer to total CS:GO world domination, the surprising results of Tempo Storm and Envyus. I could go on, but you’re just going to have to listen to find out everything. As usual, we wrap up with the Micro.
TCR’s 6 Month Anniversary Episode. We’re diving deep into the upcoming MLG Columbus CS:GO Major with this special episode. Group predictions, tournament happenings, and the easiest champion prediction anyone has ever made–all under one roof. Wrapping the anniversary episode up with The Micro, per usual.
The MLG Columbus Major wraps up day 1 with some surprising… and some not so surprising group results. We’re recapping them here! ESL announces an Esports Hall of Fame, but who really belongs? Wrapping up with The Micro, including a the confounding OverWatch #bootygate
We’re recapping the amazing event out of Columbus, OH: The 2016 MLG Columbus Major. $1 Million was on the line, and the excitement in the building could not be matched. We talk behind the scenes at the tournament, the results, story lines, and Team USA’s (Liquid) performance. Wrapping it up with the Micro as usual.
An incredibly exciting episode that covers the day-after-the-previous-episode-released Esports Championship Series; a $3.5 million dollar season long tournament. Second topic? Esports on TV, again! Heroes of the Storm’s second season of Heroes of the Dorm. What worked, what didn’t, and most importantly — who won! Of course, we wrap the show up with an intense segment, The Micro, where we cover stories that don’t warrant a full discussion, but definitely need to be mentioned.
On this week’s TCR episode, we’re talking CS:GO News punctuated by DreamHack Masters Malmö ending with an exciting Ninjas in Pyjamas win. Our second segment dives into the Team Blaze Heroes of the Storm poaching story, and reactions. Finally, the IeSF has announced a bid to make esports an officially recognized Olympic competition… yeah, it’s a thing. Wrapping up with the usual Micro segment with quick hit news stories
On this week’s TCR episode, we’re talking Heroes of the Storm: EU Summer Regional Championship, ESL and Team YP controversy. We’ll round the show out with a bit of CS:GO team news following S1mple leaving North America for good.
On this week’s TCR episode, we’re talking DreamHack Austin — EVERYTHING! Smash, CS:GO, Heroes of the Storm, excitement. We’ll also dive into the tournament over-saturation and fatigue setting in on players. If you’re going to be at DreamHack Austin, shoot us a tweet @TheCenterRing and let us know, we’ll be there!