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With Champs approaching, Dallas Empire focused on another championship run
After getting past some early-season struggles and a controversial midseason roster move, the Dallas Empire seem to have found their groove as they prepare to defend their COD title.
What country rosters would look like if VALORANT were in the Olympics
With the 2020 Tokyo Olympics getting underway, here’s what it would look like if the best VALORANT players in the world represented their countries in the Olympics.
Top 5 games to watch this weekend in esports
The Toronto Ultra, Dallas Empire and Florida Mutineers will battle for seeding at Major V in the Call of Duty League, and the open qualifier for NA VCT Challengers 2 will take place.
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Summer Champs Leaderboards
Apex Legends 1 South Side 6,000 2 SZN 6,000 3 Obey Alliance 5,400 League of Legends 1 Supernova 10,040 2 Winthrop University 8,000 3 Super Heroes In Training 4,160 Rainbow Six Siege 1 Team Mystic 8,000 2 Honor Esports 4,000 3 Aggro 2,000 Rocket League 1 Team .EXE 10,200 2 Mirage Esports 9,000 3 Stockton 7,800 VALORANT 1 Renegades 25,968 2 Soniqs 12,500 3 ez5 8,748
VALORANT Qualifier | Nerd Street Summer Champs | $5,000
Wild Rift: Summoner Series | Qualifier #1
Minecraft | Scavenger Hunt | $300
Rocket League LAST CHANCE Qualifier | Nerd Street Summer Champs | $1000
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