StarCraft II

StarCraft II

StarCraft II is a military science fiction real-time strategy video game developed and published by Blizzard Entertainment.  A sequel to the 1998 video game StarCraft and its expansion set Brood War, the game is split into three installments: the base game with the subtitle Wings of Liberty, an expansion pack Heart of the Swarm, and a stand-alone expansion pack Legacy of the Void

The game revolves around three species: the Terrans, human exiles from Earth; the Zerg, a super-species of assimilated life forms; and the Protoss, a technologically advanced species with vast mental powers. Wings of Liberty focuses on the Terrans, while the expansions Heart of the Swarm and Legacy of the Void focus on the Zerg and Protoss, respectively. The game is set four years after the events of 1998’s StarCraft: Brood War, and follows the exploits of Jim Raynor as he leads an insurgent group against the autocratic Terran Dominion. The game includes both new and returning characters and locations from the original game.

StarCraft II World Championship Series (WCS)

The StarCraft II World Championship Series (WCS) is part of the Battle.net World Championship Series, a series of video

The StarCraft® II World Championship Series is a year-long event allowing players from around the world to showcase their skills by competing in front of a global audience.

Players seek to accumulate WCS Points in one of two separate standings (tournament groups): WCS Korea or WCS Circuit. Together, these systems feature a prize pool, and, as players race to accumulate WCS Points, their progress is tracked in the WCS Standings. At the end of each year, the top eight players from each system compete at the WCS Global Finals for the prize pool.

StarCraft News

  • StarCraft II is back for IEM Katowice 201 StarCraft II is heading back to Poland next year, as gamers from across the globe gather for Intel Extreme Masters (IEM) Katowice. Top players, including 2018 World Championship Series winner Joona “Serral” Sotala, will be battling it out for their share of a prize pool worth $250,000 USD—starting with online qualifiers in January, and culminating in action-packed Grand Finals on March 3, 2019. In addition, IEM Katowice’s prize pool has the potential to be bolstered by StarCraft II fans. Those who ... Read More
  • StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty, What’s new STARCRAFT® II – What’s New at BlizzCon 2018 NEW CO-OP COMMANDER: ZERATUL Introducing Zeratul The Dark Prelate Returns – The renowned psionic warrior and assassin Zeratul has witnessed darkness like no other being in the galaxy. Though he’s haunted by demons, the Dark Prelate is honorable and loyal to a fault. Armed with his lethal warp blade and ability to cloak, Zeratul returns as a Co-op Commander to control the battlefield from the shadows. Harness Xel’Naga Technology – As a follower of the xel’naga, ... Read More
  • StarCraft II World Championship Series, Joona Sotala (Serral) dominates the scene Not only did Joona “Serral” Sotala dominate the WCS Circuit this year, he also proved that he can mix it with Korea’s best StarCraft II players by winning GSL vs. the World. His unforgettable story is the subject of the latest WCS Signature Series video. Next up, we’ll find out if Serral can keep his winning streak going on the biggest stage of all: the 2018 WCS Global Finals at BlizzCon November 2018. If you have any questions about StarCraft II ... Read More
  • WCS Challenger North America – Upstarts Ready for Group D Challenger Padraic Murphy – Blizzard Entertainment Group D of WCS Challenger North America gets going on April 29th, featuring Jake “NoRegreT” Umpleby, Brandon “puCK” Qual, Jay “Raze” Whipple, and Jackson “Bioice” Wroblewski. The group has huge potential for unorthodox and high caliber StarCraft 2 action. NoRegret and puCK are both currently benefiting from their time spent training in Korea, NoRegret having qualified for season 1 of GSL Code S 2018. Bioice is not as accomplished as puCK or NoRegret perhaps, but he ... Read More
  • WCS EU Challenger – Group of Death on Tap after Serral Handles Group C Padriac Murphy – Blizzard Entertainment With just one weekend remaining for WCS EU Challenger group play, we continue to inch closer to defining the top StarCraft 2 player in Europe. Six of the eight quarterfinalists have been decided, with Joona “Serral” Sotala and Théo “PtitDrogo” Freydière rising to victory in Group C over Aleksandr “Bly” Svusuyk and Matic “Starbuck” Dejak. For many, the most exciting player of Group C last weekend was the Finnish Zerg player, Serral. As he continues to assert his ... Read More
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