• OpTic Gaming Take Top Spot in Group Green
    Another perfect group for OpTic Gaming during the CWL Global Pro League, as the Green Wall waltzed away with the number one seed from Group Green.
  • Group Green Favorites a Mystery
    The last group of the CWL Global Pro League Stage 2, Group Green figures to have plenty of interesting storylines emerge, including a return to glory for OpTic Gaming.
  • eUnited Dominant in Group Yellow Win
    Not surprisingly, Clayster's arrival seemed to ignite eUnited, as the new-look squad blew away Splyce en route to a first place finish.
  • Yellow Will Dominate in Group Yellow
    Whether it's eUnited or Splyce, both yellow-clad teams should make an impact during the third week of the CWL Global Pro League Stage 2, with Christiaan Kutlik suggesting Splyce to come out on top.
  • One Map Decides Group Blue
    It didn't look pretty, but FaZe Clan managed to secure a first-place finish in Group Blue after knocking off the surprisingly red-hot Ghost Gaming.
  • Competitive Changes that Will Revamp the Scene
    Tyson Tavolazzi outlines the new changes to the competitive Heroes of the Storm landscape, suggesting this could be one of the most influential moves ever announced for the competitive scene.
  • European Gamescom Preview
    With a ticket to the Fall Championship on the line, Tyson Tavolazzi breaks down the eight teams competing at the second European Regional competition.
  • Murloc Geniuses Walk Away as North American Fall Regional Champs
    Upsets filled the opening stages of the North American Fall Regional, but when the dust settled Murloc Geniuses managed to come out on top, besting Gale Force eSports to claim first place.
  • Gale Force eSports Can Win It All
    One of the better teams heading into the North American Fall Regional, Tyson Tavolazzi chats with team captain MichaelUdall to discuss Gale Force eSports and their success thus far in Heroes of the Storm.
  • North America Fall Regional Preview
    After a grueling round of qualifiers, the field for the North America Fall Regional is set. Tyson Tavolazzi takes a look at the groups and suggests that Team Naventic may be the favorites to win it all.