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Denna vecka är det dags för mer Valorant. Två stycken turneringar kommer att arrangeras med totalt 5 000 kronor i prispotten. Första turneringen kommer att spelas redan på torsdag medan den andra kommer att spelas på söndag.
Another sunday means another game of CS:GO in the Top Division of Fragleague. This time the danish side Lucendi faced the swedish team Lilmix in a nordic derby. Both teams have been struggling a bit and can be found in the middle of the table.
Tempus has been playing brilliant PUBG all through the group stage. The danish side have increased the gap to the rest of the teams bit by bit every week. Now, after nine played games, Tempus are the final winners of the forth season of Fragleague.
Today, Sunday the 7th of June, is the last day of Fragleague Season 4. In PUBG Tempus will try to keep their lead to secure the prize of 80 000 SEK. In CS:GO Lyngby Vikings is looking to secure their first place and 100 000 sek. Don't miss the action.
Valorant is finaly released and Fragbite is ready. This weekend we will host Valorant tournaments for the second time. The tournaments will have a combined prize pool with of 5000 Swedish crowns. Get your team together and compete for the prize pool and the glory. Sign up now!
Tempus and Hakkapeliitas has been playing brilliant PUBG lately. The two teams have increased the gap to the other teams in the tournament week by week. Tempus continued in the same way this sunday and are now alone on top.
A big game of Fragleagues top division was played this sunday. SJK Esports find themselves last in the table and really needed a win against Kombucha, who are looking very strong at the moment.
Tempus and Hakkapeliitas are still on first and second place of the Fragleague Top Division. The gap between second and third place is big, but Ence managed to shrink the gap this sunday.
Another sunday means another great CSGO-match from the Top Division of Fragleague. The danish side De_orgless faces finnish SJK Esports in a game that on paper should be close.
The danish team Tempus is still on top of the leaderboards after the sixth week of Fragleague. Both Tempus and Hakkapeliitas played very well this weekend and the distance to the other teams in the table is getting bigger.
Agents, this is your time to shine! Don't let that Slow Orb keep you away from participating in the first Valorant tournament Fragbite is hosting. This coming Friday and Saturday Fragbite will be hosting a Nordic and a Swedish Cup in Valorant.
The fourth season of Fragleague is rolling by. Yesterday, a danish derby were played between Lyngby Vikings and Aalborg Rebels. A close game on paper that became a one sided story.
Tonight it`s time for another Fragbite Weekly Cup with UNI Esports, Manitou, gyazooo already qualified for the Weekly Cups Playoffs. After tonight four more teams will be added to that list.
Today, April 12, marks the return of Fragleague Sunday. The league is back with it's fourth season and a higher prize pool. The Sunday broadcasts have also been upgraded. Don't miss it.
Today we are proud to announce the prize pool for the fourth season of Fragleague. With the cash and product prizes reaching over 1 million SEK. Here is the distribution of the prize pool.
For the fourth season of Fragleague we are happy to welcome both familiar faces as well as a new friend to the Fragleague family. For the fourth season of Fragleague we will partner up with PUBG_Finland and Leijona Turnaukset.
We are proud to announce the talent lineup for the forth season of Fragleague. As usual we will have a sunday broadcast in english with both CS:GO and PUBG being played. This season we will also broadcast the Swedish reginoal division in Swedish alternating between PUBG and CS:GO each week.
Fragleague is coming back in April! We are proud to announce both the fourth and fifth season of the biggest esports league in the Nordics. With three seasons behind us we are excited to announce the format and structure for the 2020 circuit of Fragleague.
After a incredibly exciting season the winners of Fragleague Season 3 has been crowned. The danish team No Problem! managed to secure the win with only one lost game the entire season.
After nine weeks of play the winners of Fragleague Season 3 PUBG have been determined. It is Quickmath who once again secures the win. The team who now have secured the prize of 5 000 euro have however decided to disband.
The third season of Fragleague has entered it's last week of competition. This week all of the regional divisions as well as the Top Division will be completed. In CS:GO Prima Esport look poised to take the win whilst Quickmath look to repeat their season 2 success in PUBG.
The Holidays are coming and it's the perfect time to spend some time with your family, friends and close ones. But what if you also want to play some CS:GO or PUBG?
I det andra avsnittet av vapenserien från Fragleague får vi se Lucas "Tenshi" Collard gå över historien om det kanske mest ikoniska vapnet i världshistorien, AK47. Vi får höra hur vapnet gick från tyska Sturmgewehr 44 till dagens AKM i spel som Counter-Strike och PUBG.
The Norwegian team Meet Your Makers is still on top of the leaderboard after the second week of Fragleague Season 3. The second week ended in a three way tie but their points from the previous week allowed MYM to keep to number one spot.
The second week of Fragleague Season 3 is in the books. After a intense three game series A Walk To Remember secured their first win of the season versus Blekingelaget, who is yet to win a match.