The final Insomnia LAN of the year has come to a close with the CS:GO Tournament taking centre stage at the NEC this weekend. With £7,500 prize money up for grabs, it was always going to be a thrilling encounter as insomnia61 came to round the year off.
The Group stages have concluded, and now it’s time for the Elimination Bracket. For the first time, in a very very long time at an iSeries event, we have finally got a big wish where 31 teams square up to each other and play in the Elimination Bracket. That means the top two from each group get promoted and one of the UK Masters Finalists get placed into the bracket.
Always the fun part of LAN for some of the worst teams in the scene, and the boring part for some of the better teams, it is the group stage. The groups kicked off a few hours ago after a series of delays due to an issue with the networking side of the tournament platform they had brought in for this event. This meant a lot of confusion and issues, and debates on whether to move back to Battlefy.
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I hope all of you are well! We would like to share some information with everyone. First, we would like to thank all of those who applied to be part of the organisation over the last couple of months here in the UK as part of what has always been our headlining team as we have stuck with the UK scene, however unfortunately we have decided to close this project, well not entirely!
Having more success outside of the UK, such as our expansion into Asia, we have decided to take our main line-up back to the EU. There are multiple reasons for this however, the core one being that [...]