Infographic: CSGOFAST Cup #3

The tournament by and CSGOFAST.COM is over, which means it's time to find out the most interesting facts about it.

The online CSGOFAST.COM Cup #3 ended with our team finishing first by beating Valiance 2:0 in the final. We were showing excellent results during the entire competition: Windigo Gaming lost only one map out of the ten played.

We've put together the most important information and statistics from the tournament. You can check it out below.

Infographic: Cup 1

The championship by OneTwo Esports ended on April 23, and we're ready to share the most important information about the event!

We finished second in the Cup 1 and earned $3,000. We were just a few rounds away from winning in the final. Nevertheless, we did show some great performance and will do even better next time.

We've put together the most important information about the tournament and made an infographic on our team's performance.

Windigo Gaming Finish Third at Copenhagen Games 2018

The tournament in Copenhagen, Denmark was very intense. Read briefly about it in our review!

In the semi-final of the tournament, we weren't able to beat Heroic, who surprised us with some excellent T-side strats. In addition to the symbolic bronze, we took home our share of the prize pool, namely $10,000.

Copenhagen Games 2018 took place in Copenhagen, Denmark from March 30-31. The tournament included eight European teams who battled for a $100,000 prize pool.

Windigo Get Slot in the ESL Pro League Season 8

Our five will compete in one of the most prestigious professional leagues in CS:GO!

After our excellent performance in the ESEA Season 27: Premier Division — Europe, which ended with us getting eleven wins and five losses, we battled for a spot in the eighth season of the ESL Pro League.

Four teams battled for the two slots, including us, Team EnVyUs, AGO Esports and Team Spirit. After the two intense days, we were able to get a slot in the ESL Pro League Season 8 by beating Team Spirit and Team EnVyUs 2:0 and 2:1, respectively.

The regular season of the league will start on September 18 and will run until November 22. We'll compete in the European division where fourteen teams will face off against each other for seven slots in the world final of the tournament and $105,000.