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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

Ring in the New Year with our 2023 New Year's Special Issue!

Julia Shen

Esports Staff Writer at The Daily Californian

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Cal League of Legends stands on the edge of making the College League of Legends Championship, a first in Cal history. Does this team have what it takes?
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Cal League of Legends stands on the edge of making the College League of Legends Championship, a first in Cal history. Does this team have what it takes?
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After his free-agency announcement, Xu was handpicked to jungle for C9 Amateur. It’s an opportunity to prove that he deserves not just this chance but more.
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After his free-agency announcement, Xu was handpicked to jungle for C9 Amateur. It’s an opportunity to prove that he deserves not just this chance but more.
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On Oct. 31, DAMWON Gaming took down Suning 3-1 to become the 2020 League of Legends world champions. After beating out 21 other teams in the monthlong tournament, DAMWON became the first Korean team to lift the Summoner’s Cup since 2017.
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On Oct. 31, DAMWON Gaming took down Suning 3-1 to become the 2020 League of Legends world champions. After beating out 21 other teams in the monthlong tournament, DAMWON became the first Korean team to lift the Summoner’s Cup since 2017.
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Don’t let AR K-pop stars distract you — this Saturday at 3 a.m. PDT, all eyes will be on DAMWON Gaming and Suning, the last teams standing in the 2020 League of Legends World Championship.
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Don’t let AR K-pop stars distract you — this Saturday at 3 a.m. PDT, all eyes will be on DAMWON Gaming and Suning, the last teams standing in the 2020 League of Legends World Championship.
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The 2020 roster will start Andrew “splotchylime” Kim, Aiden “Fate” Baker, Osher “blueboss452” Lerner, Nathan “SEVENNN” Wu, Lauren “astramin” Tang and Ian “KoalaTea” Anthoine. The tryouts featured surprise appearances from current and former professional Overwatch players.
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The 2020 roster will start Andrew “splotchylime” Kim, Aiden “Fate” Baker, Osher “blueboss452” Lerner, Nathan “SEVENNN” Wu, Lauren “astramin” Tang and Ian “KoalaTea” Anthoine. The tryouts featured surprise appearances from current and former professional Overwatch players.
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Team MAJKL became the first all-women Valorant squad to win a Riot-sponsored championship title Sunday, taking home first place — and $25,000 — in the FTW Summer Showdown without dropping a single map.
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Team MAJKL became the first all-women Valorant squad to win a Riot-sponsored championship title Sunday, taking home first place — and $25,000 — in the FTW Summer Showdown without dropping a single map.
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Video games and esports are seeing an unexpected boom as many people are confined to their homes. Similarly, student organizations focused on gaming are staying connected in ways that other clubs can’t.
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Video games and esports are seeing an unexpected boom as many people are confined to their homes. Similarly, student organizations focused on gaming are staying connected in ways that other clubs can’t.
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Cloud9 has lost six straight LCS final until now. The team finally ended their title drought on April 19 in the 2020 Spring Split grand final, beating FlyQuest 3-0. The LCS trophy is the cherry on top of its dominant regular season.
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Cloud9 has lost six straight LCS final until now. The team finally ended their title drought on April 19 in the 2020 Spring Split grand final, beating FlyQuest 3-0. The LCS trophy is the cherry on top of its dominant regular season.
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The debate over whether esports are “real sports” has been ongoing for years. But no one ever asked: what if esports are the only sports?
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The debate over whether esports are “real sports” has been ongoing for years. But no one ever asked: what if esports are the only sports?
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As of April 7th, the remainder of the 2020 College League of Legends season has been canceled due to concerns over COVID-19.
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As of April 7th, the remainder of the 2020 College League of Legends season has been canceled due to concerns over COVID-19.
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