Today the Quake Live world championship kicks off but it’s interesting to see that the players are not nervous at all 😉 and instead of training hard are giving interviews here and there 🙂
I smell a lot of boasting but still, have fun reading: Read More
We can’t stress this enough, and by we, I don’t mean just Holysh1t, I mean every news posting organization!
The IEM4 World Championship games are soon to begin, and the attending players are all touch-worthy (Just stay above the belt, when reaching out for them 😉 )
The Asian IEM4 has been decided earlier on in February, and ESL finally has released the list of players who confirmed they would come, as on last notice, Asian finalist [sweden] proZaC was not going to make it and is replaced by [usa] dkt. Read More
If only I were to actually play Quake Live instead of streaming the coolest games out there!
Since that’s not the case, it may be fun to find out who the community rates as the best player on the ESL Intel Extreme Masters World Championships.
So who do you think will claim the title of World Champion at CeBIT 2010 in Hanover, Germany?
(From March 2nd to 6th, but unless you lived under a rock for the past few months, you already knew that 😉 ) Read More
Two things coming up, and one in preparation of the other, namely the Asian Intel Extreme Masters playoffs, which will present us with the candidates for the IEM4 World Championship!
First of all, 8 players will be attending the Quake Live competition at the Taipei Game Show in Taiwan. A prizepot of $4000 is up for grasp and 3 slots are available for entering the World Championships later on. Read More
Right, unless you’ve lived under a rock this weekend, or got a little feverish like me and as such missed out on the semis and finals – thank you demos! – you already know the contents of this post. But for those who don’t, here’s a little roundup of what happened on Saturday and Sunday 23rd/24th in the last rounds of the Intel Extreme Masters 4 European championships. Read More
This just in!
The Group matches have finished, and of the 16 great players attending the IEM 4 EU championship finals at Cologne, only 8 can go forward into the playoffs.
For these 8 two things are at stake: Read More
Several people have been questioned on how they prepared for IEM, what their views are on the past year and upcoming year, and if you haven’t read up on that, now would be a good time, as while IEM lasts 4 days, it’s not 24/7 live on tv, so gotta fill up the gaps with that and some other views on what 2010 can bring. 😉 Read More
It’s on! It … is … on!
3 Weeks into 2010 already sees an awesome event take place within 2 days! ESL announced the groups for the IEM4 EU Championships at Cologne, Germany and the skill level of all contestants is over 9000 combined so that promises a load of entertainment from Thursday 21st until Sunday 24th! Read More
ESL made the seeds and schedules known for the IEM4 EU championship at Cologne, Germany.
Now, while I usually don’t post about seeds in general as I find it less interesting as it’s just a prelude to the drawn groups that actually have a meaning, the 4 groups of seeds for the IEM4 EU championship already raise alot of discussion and speculation of “what if” and “suppose that” regarding which players will be drawn together. Read More