Natus Vincere remained in the top position in the PSL Elisa Viihde PUBG Spring Challenge standings after the second day of play. The team made 57 kills and earned 108 points.

Matches are played on Miramar, Erangel and Sanhok. In second and third places are the Russian teams Northern Lights Team and UNITY — they scored 103 and 95 points, respectively. Team Liquid is in the fourth position, and Entropiq is in the fifth. Team SoloMid is ranked sixth, and TORNADO ENERGY is ranked seventh.

PSL Elisa Viihde PUBG Spring Challenge runs from may 19 to 21. Participants draw a prize pool of $16 thousand, the winner will receive half.

Take-Two: the new part of GTA will not be released until April 2021

Take-Two officially stated that the 2020 fiscal year will be “quiet” for the company, without AAA releases. This means that GTA VI and other major titles will not be released until April 2021.

The publisher clarified that high-budget games are in development, but did not report anything else. Take-Two is happy with its position. The company will wait a few months after the release of the PS5 and Xbox Series X, and then present their games on them — when the consoles find their first buyers.

In an annual financial report for investors, the publisher said that in the next five years, its studios will release 93 games. 63 of them will be targeted at the target audience, 17-at non-target audience, and the other 16 — at casual players.

The total circulation of GTA V exceeded 130 million copies, excluding distribution in the Epic Games Store. In addition, the circulation of Red Dead Redemption 2 was 31 million copies, Borderlands 3 — 10 million, and Mafia III — 7 million.

G2 Esports выпустила фирменные защитные маски для борьбы с коронавирусом

ESports organization G2 Esports presented branded protective face masks, which went on sale in an online store. According to CEO Carlos ocelote Rodriguez Santiago, so the club wants to “contribute to the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.”

All the money earned from the sale of masks will be transferred to the account of the Charité University hospital in Berlin, which is one of the largest in Europe. The cost of one mask is €15, and the organization will provide free delivery of the order anywhere in the world.

Fans of G2 Esports mostly reacted positively to the club’s initiative, although there were also those who were skeptical of the action. Some people did not like the design of the mask — they pointed out the unfortunate location of the logo, and also complained that the mask does not look like a “branded samurai”. Other users reminded that this mask is not able to protect against COVID-19.