By: Zachary Lange 

Here is The Update for May 13:

PUBG maintain top-5 in the NPL Phase 2 standings:

With a strong start to Phase 2 of the NPL on May 4-5, eUnited maintained their foot on the gas pedal and finished the second week of action in fourth place in the overall standings.

Saturday’s play began with a rough start, as the squad finished outside of the top-10 in each of the first three games, respectively, before an eighth place finish in the fourth and final game earned the team much needed placement points.

On Sunday, eUnited turned it around with a pair of high kill games that saw the team finish second and third in the lobby.

Our full season overview on eUnited’s PUBG team can be found here.

Play inside the OGN Super Arena continues this upcoming weekend.

Counter Strike set to take on NRG in ECS play

After a near two-month off period in the Esports Championship Series, eUnited Counter Strike will be back to face off against NRG Monday.

The single-elimination bracket tournament features top North American talents, with a $25,000 prize pool each week of play. The prize money taken home is especially important, as eUnited can still qualify for the finals of the ECS if they have the most prize money totaled by the end of the last tournament, which is on May 21-24.

The online event will be good practice for the last chance qualifier for the ESL Pro League Finals, which begin next week.

Samsora heads to Canada for Get On My Level

Another weekend, another tournament.

This time, Ezra “Samsora” Morris is heading to Toronto, Ontario for Get On My Level 2019.

He’ll be participating in the Smash: Ultimate singles bracket, which currently stands at 847 entries, as well as the 150 team doubles bracket with T1’s ANTi.

Coverage of the event will be broadcasted on the official WorldGaming Network Twitch channel.