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April 1 in the esports world

Lord Matus
April 1 in the esports world

Do you know what is remarkable about today in the esports world? Read more in our material.

Tournaments and victories

The final of the CS 1.6 tournament NGL-One Season 2 was hosted in 2007. The prize pool of the tournament amounted $35,000 and the team 69°N-28°E became the champion of the event that won $20,000.

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A small CS:GO tournament Gamers Assembly 2013 was finished in 2013 with the prize pool in the sum of 5,000 Euro. Team LDLC could become a winner and earned the main prize in the sum of $3,000.

In 2014, CS:GO Fragbite Masters Season 2 with the prize pool in the sum of $25,000 was over. Team Dignitas achieved victory in it and earned the main prize in the sum of $10,700.

Dota 2 XMG Captains Draft Invitational finished in 2014, which prize pool amounted $40,170. Fnatic prevailed in it and earned the main prize in the sum of $19,300.

Birthdays

Today, the following figures of the esports celebrate their birthday:

Cory «Megaman» Gilbert — a caster (33 y.o., CS:GO)
Gustav «s4» Magnusson — a player of OG (26 y.o., Dota 2)
Eskil «Eskillz» Sunblad — an ex-player of 4 protect five, a free agent (26 y.o., Dota 2)
Zhang «HuLu» Lei — a player of World Elite (25 y.o., Hearthstone)
Gustavo «SHOOWTiME» Goncalves — a player of Luminosity Gaming (21 y.o., CS:GO)
Jakob «JUGi» Hansen — a player of Heroic (inactive) (21 y.o., CS:GO)

Patches

The patch 6,04 was released for Dota 2 in 2005, you can read about it here.

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