Sunday, 18 March 2018

London Spitfire: Stage Two, Week Four - The Good, The Bad & The Ugly

It's week four of the stage two regular season and with it comes another week where the Spitfire face a team near the bottom of the standings in the San Francisco Shock in the first game of the week and then to face another top tier team in the Seoul Dynasty. With the playoffs just around the corner and four games left, it's the business end of the season and it's London's time to shine.

Saturday, 10 March 2018

Hangar Talk: An Interview with The British Hurricane

March 11th marks the return of Contenders under a new format with its link to the Overwatch League. Season one will have the British Hurricane be one of 12 teams fighting it out to be crowned champions and known as the best up and coming team in Europe. Before Contenders starts I’ve been able to ask the guys who’ve been picked up to represent the UK as the academy team for the London Spitfire a few questions.

Friday, 9 March 2018

Checking Out The Men-Ü Salon Southampton

If there’s one thing that I’ve noticed over the last four months since becoming a parent, it’s that all self care has gone out the window. I’ve regularly forgot to use my skin care products, looked at my hair and think it can last one more month and let my beard grow to a length where it starts to look a shaggy mess. That was until recently when I went into the Men-Ü salon in Southampton to slowly start sorting my life out again.


Sunday, 4 March 2018

London Spitfire: Stage Two, Week Two - The Good, The Bad & The Ugly

Week one of stage two was the hardest week of the stage and saw the Spitfire splitting their matches two matches for the weekend with a loss to the Outlaws, but once again beating the Excelsior in 5 map fashion. The second weekend of the stage gave the team a more forgiving set of opponents in the 3-13 Florida Mayhem and the surprisingly resurgent 9-5 Philadelphia Fusion, who were 3-0 in stage two coming into our game this weekend. 

Saturday, 3 March 2018

Cloud9: The Great American Major Shuffle

A little over a month has now passed since Cloud9 did the unthinkable in becoming the first team from North America to win a CSGO Major tournament. ELeague Boston was the perfect springboard to the 2018 season for a team that was created during the great American shuffle of August 15th 2017 and have since gone on to a second place at CS Summit 2, a quaterfinal finish at IEM Katowice and in the process becoming ranked #3 in the world according to HLTV. The team were formed to be a North American champion and will be looking forward to their chances for retaining their Major title at Faceit London in September.