I think I will blatantly copy this delicious copy-pasta from /r/QuakeLive, posted by grimm_: – grimm_ I was browsing the TF2 subreddit and I stumbled upon a post from MLG about suggestions for their circuit. Currently the top suggestions are adding CS 1.6, TF2 6V6, and DOTA 2. There is a Quake Live suggestion in
Change your plans for this Wednesday evening: The SteelSeries Quake Live cup will be the first official cup held by the recently announced etourn website. A SteelSeries 5Hv2 worth €70 is up for grab with a knockout bracket ready for up to 128 participants. The cup will start today at 18:00 BST – check in
Sometimes very early announcements go lost in space, together with all the other news that you’ve read but already forgot about a week later. And that’s a shame! So 6 to 5 days prior to the ESH Sapphire Euro Challenge, I think it’s a good time to post about the upcoming qualifier rounds and the conclusion of this competition!
Dallas, Texas! The place to be for one of the world’s most known LAN parties ever: QuakeCon! Held August 12-15 at the Hilton Anatole! But this post is not about the accomodations regarding QuakeCon, it’s about the tournaments that will be played there!
A while ago, people asked me to promote a subscene of QuakeLive, namely iCTF. Now, I can hear you all say: “bah who needs ictf when you got ctf and tdm and duel!”
Well, some do,
Now that the groupstage is over, from the 12 original teams, only 6 remain to battle it out in the small but intense playoff tree.
Starting with the Quarter Finals tomorrow evening – according to the schedule – between
When Fnatic Play announced their BEAT IT competition, 4 qualifiers were supposed to happen at some future date.
The dates were unconfirmed apparently as it’s July 2010 and tonight the first qualifier takes place, with the 2nd tomorrow!
About 4 months ago, the House of Quake leagues started and their most prominent gametype was Clan Arena in a 2vs2 and 3vs3 setup! But a duel competition also was available for those who fancy 1v1 mano-a-mano action!
The Electronic Sports World Championships of 2010 have come to an end, and while many games were played, we of course only focus on Quake Live, as the 14 contestants – some couldn’t make it, were replaced, … – had to battle it out in order to have a chance to take away a nice pot of gold!
The Electronic Sports World Cup finally knows its last qualified players as Garpy secured the spot on the UK lan qualifications and ferus won the Swedish online qualifier.
This means that Disneyland Paris will see 20 players compete with each other in the ESWC Grand Final 2010.
Spring is coming, time for
- a major online tournament (47%, 9 Votes)
- Quake Live to call it quits (32%, 6 Votes)
- a LAN party (21%, 4 Votes)
Total Voters: 19