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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 18, 2023

Year! Review! Read our 2022 Year in Retrospect Issue!
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Competitive esports is predicted to make a return in 2022, with multiple large-scale international tournaments and events fueling the ever-growing industry.
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Competitive esports is predicted to make a return in 2022, with multiple large-scale international tournaments and events fueling the ever-growing industry.
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Esports, though different in form and not the age-old game with centuries of history, can provide that joy for millions of fans across the globe.
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Esports, though different in form and not the age-old game with centuries of history, can provide that joy for millions of fans across the globe.
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The following is a Q&A between Michael Brust, deputy sports editor of The Daily Californian, and Andy Miller, owner of the San Francisco Shock,
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The following is a Q&A between Michael Brust, deputy sports editor of The Daily Californian, and Andy Miller, owner of the San Francisco Shock,
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Batman vs. Superman, Michael Jordan’s run on the Wizards, my virginity and Cal’s “Counter-Strike: Global Offensive,” or CSGO, postseason. What do all these things have in common? They all started with optimism and ended with bitter disappointment.
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Batman vs. Superman, Michael Jordan’s run on the Wizards, my virginity and Cal’s “Counter-Strike: Global Offensive,” or CSGO, postseason. What do all these things have in common? They all started with optimism and ended with bitter disappointment.
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Cal’s first matchup of the season, against Old Dominion University, started poorly, as after 20 rounds, the scoreline was 12-8, and the Bears were all but done for. But an impressive run of eight out of nine counterterrorist rounds resulted in a nail-biting 16-13 victory for the Bears.
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Cal’s first matchup of the season, against Old Dominion University, started poorly, as after 20 rounds, the scoreline was 12-8, and the Bears were all but done for. But an impressive run of eight out of nine counterterrorist rounds resulted in a nail-biting 16-13 victory for the Bears.
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While this win puts Cal at 3-3 and keeps its playoff hopes alive, it will likely need a victory against undefeated Rutgers (5-0) to secure the final playoff spot.
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While this win puts Cal at 3-3 and keeps its playoff hopes alive, it will likely need a victory against undefeated Rutgers (5-0) to secure the final playoff spot.
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