Team Dignitas

Learn how to play ShootMania with Team Dignitas

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If you've been following PCGamer's ShootMania Tournament, you'll already have a good idea of the things you can do in the game. But the real question is: how? Basic map awareness and game strategy is one thing, but getting those trick jumps and speed boosts to zip you from one part of the level to another is quite another.

Help is at hand, however. Pro-player badasses Team Dignitas have agreed to stream their practice sessions live tonight and on Wednesday, from 7pm until 10pm GMT. Ziggy "nVc" Orzeszek, David "Zaccubus" Treacy and Ted "Kowa" Hansson will be showing off their skills and answering questions from Twitch's chat channel. Watch it over at our Twitch channel or check the embed below.

Top two League of Legends teams from MLG Summer disqualified for "collusion"

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Major League Gaming has issued a statement that the top two League od Legends teams at this weekend's MLG Summer Championships have had their titles and prize money withheld. "MLG regrets to announce that we will not be awarding 1st or 2nd Place finishes for the Summer Championship League of Legends Event. We have determined that there was collusion between the two final teams, Curse NA and Team Dignitas." This came after the two teams decided in private to play the first round of the final match in "All Random, All Mid" style, a variant on the standard League of Legends gameplay that has all players select random champions and fight only in the middle lane.

The rise of a StarCraft 2 pro: Team Dignitas Gamersearch

Tom Senior at

Eight nervous young men peer through the windows of HMV Gamerbase in London, waiting for the shutters to open. They are the best StarCraft 2 players in the country, and they're about to compete in a tournament that could change their lives. By the end of the day, one of them will become a pro gamer.

The first prize is a top of the range Alienware laptop and the top three contestents will take away a share of a £1950 prize pot. When asked why they entered the competition, none of the players mention the prizes. They're here for the opportunity to gain a contract with Team Dignitas, the biggest e-sports team in Britain. Joining them will mean a chance to compete with with the best StarCraft 2 players in the world.

Team Dignitas takes StarCraft II prize at Intel Extreme EU Masters

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Sweedish Team Dignitas member SjoW has taken the StarCraft II prize in a flawless victory at the Intel Extreme EU Masters. Read on for the exciting details!