Monthly Archive: December 2015

ESL presents: Company of Heroes 2 Go4 Cups

We’re excited to announce that ESL is joining forces with Relic, the developer of the internationally acclaimed WWII RTS, Company of Heroes 2, to bring the game to the world’s largest esports company’s entry level tournament series: the ESL Go4 Cups. Three full months of Weekly Cups and Monthly Finals for North America and Europe …

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Intel® Extreme Masters Katowice to host first StarCraft® II US$150,000 WCS Circuit Championship

Intel® Extreme Masters will host the first of Blizzard Entertainment’s all-new 2016 StarCraft® II World Championship Series™ (WCS) Circuit Championships as part of the elite pro gaming tour’s World Championship event in Katowice, Poland. The ‘WCS Circuit Winter Championship will feature 32 of the best players from the WCS Circuit at Intel Extreme Masters Katowice …

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WORLD’S MOST POPULAR PC GAME NOW SUPPORTED BY RAZER ARENA; LARGEST PRIZE POOL for LoL amateur league announced

Razer celebrates tournament organization tool support for League of Legends with a $50,000 prize pool for amateurs Razer™, a world leader in connected devices and software for gamers and a pioneering supporter of eSports, today announced that Razer Arena now supports League of Legends, the most popular PC game in the world. Razer Arena allows …

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EVOLVE LABS ANNOUNCES “BLACKFLAG” – A NEW eSPORTS SERVICE FOR COMPETITIVE GAMING

Evolve Labs (#evolvelabs), makers of Evolve – the social collaboration platform for PC gamers (#pcgamers) – today launched a new eSports (#esports) arena called BlackFlag (#blackflag). Focusing on Riot Games’ League of Legends (#leagueoflegends) initially, teams of five will pay a $5 entry fee to compete with other teams of similar skills for cash prizes. …

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ESL One Frankfurt 2016: world’s largest Dota 2 festival returns to World Cup stadium

Europe’s largest and most-watched esports festival returns to the Commerzbank-Arena with ESL One Frankfurt for the third consecutive year. The premier esports competition on June 18-19 will feature eight of the world’s best Dota 2 teams and award over US$250,000 in prize money. Alongside this, the event’s festival elements will offer the world’s largest celebration …

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