A relatively young eSports South American organization that plays in the discipline of DotA 2. Beastcoast was founded in 2017, but the team's first bootcamp was held in 2019 during the Dota Pro Circuit 2019-20. In 2018, the organization signed the full team TEAM TEAM. A month later, two key players left the team, «tmt» and «EternaLEnVy». For a whole month, the team was looking for a replacement and finally found them in the person of «Mandy»and «MoOz».
The team tried to get to The International 2019 but unfortunately did not qualify. The team was able to take only third place in the tournament bracket, which did not give the team a chance to go to the tournament. But already at the beginning of autumn, in the first month, four players left the team, «MoOz», «Ryoya», «Mandy» and «Brax». After which, the team broke up. The following month, in October 2019, the organization signed up to Team Anvorgesa, which was created by Peruvian professional players in the spring of that year. The players that were signed - Héctor Antonio «K1» Rodríguez, Jean Pierre «Chris Luck» Gonzales, Adrián «Wisper» Céspedes Dobles, Elvis De la Cruz «Scofield» Peña, Steven «Stinger» Vargas. At the last major tournament, ESL One Hamburg 2019, the team showed a good result in fourth place.
The year 2020 began quite well for the team. In the spring, the team managed to take first place at the ESL One Los Angeles 2020 - Online: South America and Realms Collide tournaments. In the summer, the team's results deteriorated. The team did not manage to take higher than 5th place in any tournament. But already in September at OMEGA League: Americas Divine Division, the team showed a good game and took 4th place. The end of the year was also quite good, as in December, the team took another 4th place at Realms Collide: The Burning Darkness.
Radar in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is usually enabled by default and is displayed at the top right of the display. But if the radar in CS:GO is missing, or you don’t like its usual appearance, questions arise about turning on the minimap in CS:GO and configuring its display. Setting up radar in CS: GO – … Continue reading How to turn on the radar in CS:GO – all methods and settings
DPC EEU 2021/22 Tour 1: Division I runs from December 2, 2021, to January 21, 2022. Eight teams compete, six teams from the Upper Division of Season 2 of the previous DPC season and Two teams from the Lower Division of Season 2 of the previous DPC season. The prize pool was $205,000. Format – … Continue reading On January 20, Team Empire and HellRaisers will play as part of the DPC EEU 2021/22 Tour 1: Division I
Game achievements in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive are badges received by the player for completing built-in tasks. To collect all the CS:GO achievements, you will have to spend a lot of time in the game, killing enemies in different ways, but this process can be accelerated. What do you need to do to get CS:GO achievements? … Continue reading How to Complete All Achievements in CS:GO
DPC EEU 2021/22 Tour 1: Division I runs from December 2, 2021, to January 21, 2022. Eight teams compete, six teams from the Upper Division of Season 2 of the previous DPC season and Two teams from the Lower Division of Season 2 of the previous DPC season. The prize pool was $205,000. Format – … Continue reading As part of the DPC EEU 2021/22 Tour 1: Division I tournament, on January 20 will play Virtus.pro and Team Spirit
Many players fond of online games or who want to take up esports are interested in how much Dota 2 needs available space. Dota 2 is a free multiplayer MOBA game released by Valve and available for download on Steam. This article will completely answer the question of how much GB space Dota 2 will … Continue reading How much does Dota 2 use space with updates in 2022?
Stefan Ailazian, aka 1mpala, is a Ukrainian professional esports player and streamer in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, who also previously played in Dota 2 and Valorant. Since the fall of 2020, he has been playing for the 5balls team, with which he has not yet reached high results in competitions. Stefan Ailazian’s biography Stefan Ailazian was … Continue reading CS:GO player Stefan Ailazian (1mpala)
Serhii Starix Ishchuk is a Ukrainian cyber sportsman and trainer performing in various types of Counter-Strike. He has been an experienced tournament player since the dominance of CS 1.6. Serhii Ishchuk’s biography Serhii Ishchuk, known under the nickname Starix, was born in Ukraine on 12/14/1987. He became interested in video games in the early 2000s, … Continue reading CS:GO player Serhii Ishchuk (Starix)
Christopher GeT_RiGhT Alesund is a famous Swedish pro gamer considered one of the best CS:GO players. He twice became the second in the world ranking of counter strikers (2010 and 2011) and the same number of times – the first (2013 and 2014). Name Christopher Alesund Date of birth 29.05.1990 Country Sweden Teams SK Gaming, … Continue reading CS:GO player – Christopher Alesund (GeT_RiGhT)
Andreas Xyp9x Højsleth is a Swedish CS:GO player and two-time Major Champion (2017 and 2018). Known for his skill in clutches, for which he received the nickname “clutch minister”. Name Andreas Højsleth Date of Birth 11.09.1995 Country Denmark Teams CPLAY, Fnatic, Team Dignitas, Astralis Role Rifler (support) Current team Astralis Disciplines CS 1.6, CS: GO … Continue reading CS:GO player Andreas Højsleth (Xyp9x)