Last week our team moved into our new gaming house in Berlin. Our head coach, Jordan "Leviathan" Thwaites, couldn't make it to Berlin for the first week of LCS, but he will join us this Wednesday. The past two years proved that having a gaming house is not a luxury, but rather a necessity to remain competitive even in your own region.

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Our arrangement consists of two spacious flats within the same apartment building in the capital of Germany. One of them is a residence for our players, whereas the second one is designated to our head coach, team manager and our gaming setup. We expect all of our players to stay there for the duration of both splits in 2015. It should be manageable for Edward and Diamond as well, since LCS splits are shorter this year. If everything goes well, they won't have to move back and forth at all. Should they require to spend some time outside of The Schengen Area, Edward will temporarily move to Saint Petersburg to reduce the duration of his commute.

We didn't get a chance to make any footage of our gaming house yet, but we will make a gallery and a video tour as soon as we can.