Starladder recently announced what the format of the qualifiers will be for the competition that will be heading to China later this year called WESG. Currently Starladder are dealing with some offline qualifiers hosted in Dubai, however they have announced their stretch of the European & CIS Qualifiers which are set to take place throughout September.
With an already busy schedule in the next few months, Valve opted to drop any potential candidates of having a Major in Q3 of 2016, and opt for Q4 in 2017 instead, which has loosened up the potential cluster of major events that are happening in the next few months. WESG is one of those events with a whopping $1.5million on [...]
The CS:GO Tournament has come to a climatic close. After three full days of compelling Counter-Strike action, it finally has come to the close. We finally get to see who wins the biggest share of £7,500 with some massive shocks, and some great underdog stories once again.
The biggest bonus to any UK LAN tournament is the fact that even when you get knocked out of groups, there is plenty more Counter-Strike action for all teams to have fun in. Here is the Intermediate Tournament and it’s bracket. We will find GOTV IPs for those of you who would like to watch some of the UK’s finest bad teams get on.
After a full day of Counter-Strike action, it finally came to a wrap at 1:30am this morning. Just to take people through some of the highlights and lowlights from insomnia58, we have brought in a rather nifty way of keeping up on a daily basis.
For probably the first time in insomnia’s long and dark history, this was the first Counter-Strike tournament not to get disrupted by a CS update, or any kind of problem which would cause a delay. Games for the CS tournament managed to kick off at 1pm without the slightest hitch, and Jon “ViciousHorizion” Kelly and the rest of the admins there actually felt very relieved by all of this. Groups were out with 30minutes [...]