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Michael Moriarty

Freelance Writer

Location icon United Kingdom

I'm an award-winning freelance writer, journalist and content creator with over four years experience in esports. Throughout the time I have developed a specialisation for UK and CS:GO-related esports, and have proven to be hard-working and determined with everything I do.

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Dust2.us
07/02/2018
stan1ey: "It's a great opportunity for someone like me"

As Ghost brings in a UK talent, Dust2.us caught him for a chat before he makes his move to North America. With Tramaine "stan1ey" Stanley set to move from the UK to Ghost Gaming, Dust2.us's resident Brit Michael "DuckMoriarty" Moriarty poked some questions stan1ey's way in anticipation of his move.

Dust2.us
04/12/2018
Delays see $7,500 CS:GO Winter Warfare tournament cancelled

Seven hours after the scheduled start, the event was called off due to numerous issues. The Gaming Stadium hosted a $7,500 CS:GO event at the weekend, entitled CSGO Winter Warfare, at the Element Hotel by Westin, in Burnaby, BC. Or at least they attempted to, as it turns out the event did not go to plan.

Octane.gg
25/05/2018
Why Dignitas’ Acquisition is a good look for Rocket League Esports

It’s much better for an organisation like Dignitas, with the fifteen year pedigree it has, to acquire the roster from an organisation that’s suffering from a various amount of issues, to sign (arguably) the best team in the world than it is to let the team become free agents at the end of either their contracts or the season.

Esports Insider
05/06/2018
Ubisoft launch major changes for Rainbow Six Pro League

The changes range from simple tweaks to the infrastructure and seasons of the competition, to flat out new monetisation options. The announcement was made just after Immortals announced their entrance to the game's competitive scene, with the acquisition of a Latin American team.

ESL Gaming
27/02/2017
Astralis, Fnatic and more to compete in CS:GO group A at IEM Katowice

The CS:GO IEM World Championship is upon the horizon, and twelve of the world's greatest CS:GO teams are set to be in attendance. With six teams placed in each round-robin group, there's a lot of CS to cover. We're taking a look at Group A today, featuring some of the strongest CS:GO sides of the past year.

ESL Gaming
28/02/2017
IEM Katowice to see local heroes Virtus.pro, SK Gaming and more in CS:GO Group B!

After taking a closer look at the teams from group A, it's now time to check out the group of Virtus.pro and way more title winning teams. Starting on Thursday, we will get to see the local heroes taking on double Major winners SK Gaming, ESL One New York champions Natus Vincere, ESL Pro League winners Cloud9 as well as North and Heroic.

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