This is a review of the fourth group in the 2009 Quake Live TDM Nation Cup.
Today’s teams up for review are United Kingdom A, Estonia, Finland and Germany.
Earlier I already did a review of both group 1 with the Netherlands, Italy, Poland A and the Czech Republic, group 2 with Portugal, Spain, Lithuania and France and group 3 with Sweden, Belgium, Poland B and Hungary.
Today’s overview will be a rather one sided overview, focusing mainly on the UK. For this I apologize in advance ;). The other Nation captains were unfortunately unavailable for any questions. Read More
This is a review of the third group in the 2009 Quake Live TDM Nation Cup.
Today’s teams up for review are Sweden, Belgium, Hungary and Poland B.
This is a review of the second group in the 2009 Quake Live TDM Nation Cup.
Today’s teams up for review are Spain, Portugal, France and Lithuania. It’ll be a bit shorter than the previous overview, but It’ll have to do. 🙂
Earlier I announced I would write 4 more posts about the Quake Live Nations Cup. Here’s the first one in those series in which I will discuss all the group 1 teams, combined with interviews of nearly all the captains. Later on I will do 3 more posts about other groups in the Quake Live Nations Cup.
We have entered week 2 of the Nationscup and some matches have already been played. You could say this preview comes a bit slow, but better late than never! The actual end of the group fase should only be in March anyway. 🙂
Let’s first take a look at which players each country in group 1 has in their lineups. Read More
The first ever European Quake Live Nations cup officially started January 19th 2009, which is about 2 weeks ago.
A total of 16 teams will be competing in 4 groups for a total of 8 tickets to the playoffs in March.
The winning team takes home the bragging rights ànd an honorable spot on the Quake.cz “No Hunting Sign” (which is basicly just a road sign with the signatures of the whole id software crew on it 😛 ). Read More
While Quake Live is still in the beta phase, Quake.cz is organizing a Team Death Match Nationscup.
We are happy to see some Quake Live cups are finally on the way, first with the LLL duel cup and now a Team Death Match Nations cup. We can’t deny Quake Live still misses a lot of competitive features, e.g. lockteams, timeout, … We can only hope the cup will run smooth as competitive gameplay is important for a game’s path of life.