The qualifier rounds have completed, so the CB Quake Live crew worked out the groups for both the Capture The Flag and Team Deathmatch nations cups.
TDM will see 2 groups of 5 teams, but a stronger signup for the CTF campaign sees 15 teams compete in 4 groups, so good games are coming towards us! 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
The next step towards the full start of the Clanbase Nation cups are the qualifying rounds for several nations to make it to grab those last spots in the groups.
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