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The ultimate objective in Dota 2 is to destroy your enemy's ancient, the massive structure at the heart of their base. Do that and you win. When Evil Geniuses went on a potentially game-ending push into Fnatic's base today, Jacky "EternalEnvy" Mao of Fnatic responded by going straight for the game-winner.

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The 2018 League Championship series spring split comes to a close today. In Europe, the grand finals hosted Fnatic and G2. It was the former who put on a convincing display, cruising to a 3-0 win and putting on one of the better showings of any League of Legends finals in recent memory.

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In May of last year, the first season of the esports reality show Gamerz promised to award a six-month professional contract to five up-and-coming Counter-Strike: Global Offensive players. The show, hosted by Gamingzone Entertainment in Sweden, filmed over the course of three weeks. It broadcasted live daily episodes featuring 12 contestants living together in a gaming house, facing off in drills and challenges that resulted in elimination for the losers. Think Big Brother, except it's live, and the top prize is a pro gaming contract for the last five standing.

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Briefly: Europe's best League of Legends team just lost two of its star players. This morning Fnatic announced that Heo "Huni" Seung-hoon and Kim "Reignover" Yeu-jin, the team's top laner and jungler, are both leaving for "career opportunities in another region." No word on what region that is yet.

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Europe's Fnatic and Origen have been two of the very best League of Legends teams at the World Championships this year, so fans went into this weekend with high expectations for their semifinals games. Neither team managed to live up to them, as both went 0-3 in their matches against Korean rivals.