A league system is different from the ladder format though, so allow me to explain the system for those who are not familiar with it yet.
After having signed up, all competitors are being placed into several groups. Each player has to play against all other players in their group. If you win a match against a player, you get points. If you win enough matches and end near the top of your group, you advance to the playoffs.
Once you reach the playoffs all players will be organized into brackets. From now on, if you’re knocked out, you’re out of the league. Read More
Today ESL.eu announced a new Quake Live duel ladder! Everybody is free to participate and you can sign up any time you want. Details Location: [europe] Europe Type: Ladder Game Type: Duel (best of 1) Maps: qzdm6, qzdm13, tourney4, tourney6, tourney7 Prizes: Pride and honour. info: 1on1 Ladder info IRC: #esl.quakelive This is the second Read More
After just having finished the first Spontangames.de Quake Live DUEL cup, the guys at #spontan.ql are already preparing a second duel cup in the same format. Details Location: [europe] Europe Places: 32 Game Type: Duel Event start: 08/03/2009 (check in 30 minutes earlier) Prize: ??? (bouncer maybe) Event rules/brackets/info: Spontangames.de IRC: #spontan.ql Status: Completed Do Read More
Pulseh is going to be organising a Quake Live 1v1 Tournament to be played in the middle of March. The tournament will consist of 128 players and will be played as a knockout tournament with winner and loser brackets to give each player a second chance if things don’t work out the first time. Everyone Read More
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
Spontan games is organizing a Quake Live duel fun cup! Details Location: [europe] Europe Places: 32 *updated from 16* Game Type: Duel Event start: 15/02/2009 (check in 30 minutes earlier) Prize: First place: Bouncer for 1 year, Second place: autovoice in #spontan.ql Event rules/brackets/info: Spontangames.de IRC: #spontan.ql Status: Completed The places have filled up fast 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. 🙂
The AGP-Tour website is being finalized and in about two weeks the last stage of its beta phase will begin. Over at fragster.de an interview was published with Jarod Reisin, the CEO of AGP’s “Quake only”-Tour.
For those of you who don’t know what the AGP Tour exactly is,… don’t worry, you’re not alone. About a year ago the organizer Jarod Reisin announced the AGP Tour would organize tournaments for several 1v1 games, such as UT, Q4 and Q3 as well as cover them in a way that’s not been done before.
Yet as soon as this news was released, the whole project just seemed to pretty much fall flat on it’s butt. Today however it seems they are renewing this dream, yet now exclusively for Quake Live duels. Read More