Oscar Izquierdo

Oscar Izquierdo
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Oscar is a writer and student from NYC currently working on his MA in English. Originally a Madden NFL enthusiast, he refined his taste and began following LoL in 2012. In 2014 he picked up CS:GO and has been covering the pro scene for both games ever since. When he isn’t writing or following professional e-sports he can be found feeding away in dynamic queue or matchmaking.
The ELEAGUE Major has just begun. The era of parity in 2016 has carried over into the New Year and it is still nearly...
The World Electronic Sports Games CS:GO tournament wrapped up this weekend with Team EnVyUs taking the title. With a prize pool of $1.5 million...
For parts of 2015, Counter Logic Gaming was arguably the best team in NA. They had consistent role players around some potential stars, and...
Although Team Liquid was able to make deep runs at both majors last year, 2016 was fairly underwhelming for them. Despite some very high...
ESL One Cologne 2014 was the first time Valve had implemented a map randomizer at a Major, and they've been used at every Major that...
It's no secret that there will likely be another French Shuffle after the ELEAGUE Major. It has been reported that Kenny "kennyS" Schrub, Nathan "NBK-"...
At the moment, the Swedish CS:GO scene looks to be at its weakest point ever. Ninjas in Pyjamas, the original Counter-Strike deities, failed to...
The year is almost over, which means it’s time for top ten lists and best-of debates. After 2015, which was dominated entirely by Fnatic...
Team SoloMid, as an organization, has a terrible track record in CS:GO. The most current drama between the team owner, Andy "Reginald" Dinh, and...
ELEAGUE will be hosting the next CS:GO Major in January and, for the first time in history, Ninjas in Pyjamas will not be attending a Valve-sponsored...
In CSGO, an AWPer is a difficult but highly sought after position. The weapon takes an incredible amount of skill from the player in...
For most of this year, Astralis was a major disappointment. With so much talent and potential, it was a letdown to see the team...