Daily Archives: December 2, 2015

Dreamhack: CSGO tournament gets physical

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Police were called to Dreamhack Winter this weekend after a fight broke out between a professional eSports player and a journalist.

Richard Lewis, a journalist and commentator for Breitbart, and eSports player Jonathan “Loda” Berg came to blows during Dreamhack, billed as the world’s largest LAN party.

The dispute began over a Twitter feud.

The “sign” in question reputedly belonged to Berg’s girlfriend.


Since then, Dreamhack had offered further updates.

“We can confirm that an incident did occur between both parties,” writes DreamHack’s Michael Van Driel “and that at Loda’s request we contacted the police so an official report could be filed.”

“We had two staff members who witnessed the altercation between Richard Lewis and Jonathan Berg.”

“Lewis and Kelly Milkies [Ong Xiao Wei] had been in an argument, Kelly had left the scene extremely upset and our staff were explaining to Richard Lewis how these types of yelling matches are not appropriate behaviour for our events.”

“At this time then Jonathan Berg aggressively approached Richard Lewis and the two began to yell at one another, until Richard grabbed Jonathan’s neck and began to strangle it, and then our staff intervened to end the physical confrontation.”

Van Driel states that DreamHack’s response was “to separate both individuals and do a full investigation of what occurred and involve both DreamHack security crew, and police.”

“After long discussions and considerations of a lot of different options, our response for the event was going to be that both parties would be asked to leave the event, however both Jonathan and Richard were able to speak to one another and shake hands, in which case it was decided against removing both parties for the time being.”


Dreamhack is putting a ban on Richard Lewis (Right) while Jonathan Berg is still welcomed to DH events in the future.

Nonetheless, DreamHack will not be working with Richard Lewis again.

“Moving forward DreamHack’s very quickly reached the conclusion that we will no longer be hiring or working with Richard Lewis indefinitely,” Van Driel writes.

“We cannot condone violent behaviour at our events. Jonathan will be welcome at all events in the future, however we would like to reiterate that aggressive behaviour is not acceptable.”

League Cup full-time result:Man.City Vs Hull City

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Man. City

Hull City



Bony 12’, Iheanacho 80’

De Bruyne 82’, 87’

Robertson 90’

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City players celebrate as they scored.

Manchester City reached the League Cup semi-finals for the fourth time in seven seasons by an easy win over Hull City.

Wilfried Bony scored the opener by hammering in a rebound off the post.

Kelechi Iheanacho turned in Raheem Sterling’s cross for the first of four goals in the final 10 minutes.

Kevin de Bruyne raced past the Hull defence to poke in and then clipped in a delightful free-kick, before Andrew Robertson dinked in the Championship side’s consolation after a fine move.

Manchester City, who last won the competition in 2014, will find out their semi-final opponents when the draw is made on Wednesday.

Blues manager Manuel Pellegrini reiterated the importance of the League Cup to his club ahead of kick-off, particularly this season with Premier League rivals Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal already out.

And the competition holds particular significance for the Chilean, who won his first English trophy by leading the Blues to success in his first season.

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Manuel Pellegrini believes Man. City should win the League Cup.

Manchester City were suffered defeat by a youthful Newcastle side last season, but they learned from this experience against Championship promotion hopefuls Hull.

The Premier League leaders fielded a strong side, dominating but not creating a host of clear chances until the final 10 minutes.

Italian Serie A full-time result

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Inter Milan



Higuain 2’, 62’

Ljajic 67’



Higuain scores two for Napoli as the team moves to the top of Serie A.

Napoli replaced Inter Milan at the top of Serie A as Gonzalo Higuain scored twice to defeat Roberto Mancini’s side, who finished with 10 men.

Argentina forward Higuain opened the scoring after just 64 seconds with a thumping effort before Inter had Yuto Nagatomo sent off for two yellow cards.

Napoli, chasing their first Serie A title since 1990, extended their lead after another fine Higuain finish.

Adem Ljajic made it 2-1 before Stevan Jovetic headed against a post.

Inter were again denied an equaliser when Napoli goalkeeper Pepe Reina deflected a header from Miranda onto the post.

The win sent Napoli, who started the day second, one point clear of Inter at the top of the table after 14 games.

Earlier, Fiorentina missed out on a chance to go top after being held 1-1 away to Sassuolo after Sergio Floccari cancelled out Borja Valero’s opener.

Fiorentina are third in the table on 29 points, one behind second-placed Inter.