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Natus Vincere returned to the second place in the rating HLTV.org

Natus Vincere rose to the second place in the ranking of the best CS:GO teams in the world by version HLTV.org. Fnatic dropped to third place, and Astralis remained the leader of the list.

G2 Esports Team Liquid shifted and ended up on fifth position. Team Vitality added three points and closed the top ten, moving 100 Thieves, Ninjas in Pyjamas and MAD Lions one place lower. Gen.G beat MIBR and OG to take 14th place.

Team Spirit and GODSENT rose two places each and ended up in 17th and 18th positions, respectively. ENCE eSports returned to the top 20, and Team Heretics and Virtus.pro they settled down next. Winstrike Team added 15 points and took 24th place, beating forZe and North.

Fear rose to the top spot of group B on VULKANBET FIFA

Maxim Fear beaver came out on top of group B after the third game day at VULKANBET FIFA. After four games, he has eight points.

Group A was led by Alexey forlanfs Mercer and Stepan Funky_Pinocchio Mihovich. Both players have two wins, one draw and one loss.

VULKANBET FIFA takes place online from may 16 to 24. Participants draw a prize Fund of $4 thousand.

Gamescom 2020 organizers announced the dates of the online event

The organizers of gamescom 2020 have published the first details about the digital event, which will replace the traditional exhibition. The online event will take place from August 27 to 30 and will start as before with an opening ceremony with host Jeff Cayley.

The event will be based on the gamescom now service, where all information from the exhibition and other related content will be published. The organizers noted that this year’s event will feature two new shows-Awesome Indies, dedicated to indie titles, and the Daily Show with daily news about the main events.

The end of gamescom 2020 will be the award ceremony for the best participants of the best of Show exhibition. It will also be the last event of the Summer Game Fest, which was previously announced by Jeff Kayley.