In what feels like a website dedicated to epicLAN events at this point, UKCSGO.com returns to reporting action for epic26. This time around, the tournament is held in the larger confines of the Arena at the Kettering Conference Centre, and with the expansion comes more space and a new layout, as well as a new entrance – so make sure not to get lost on the way in.
This iteration of epicLAN is set to be one of the bigger, and better versions. The prize pool has been bumped to a potential maximum of £6000 thanks to sponsorships from Grosvenor Casinos and Fasthosts, but as always it’s on a scale depending on tournament sign-ups. At writing, the number of teams [...]
I realise we’ve been slacking a bit here. In the time since our last coverage of the ESL Premiership , an entire season began and finished with a new champion crowned… Whoops. Before we get into the new season, here’s a video ESL UK have prepared to fill us in from what we’ve missed from last season, where London Esports lifted the trophy:
Now we’re all up to speed on last season’s going’s on – we begin with this season. This time, the league has shrunk slightly to be filled with just eight teams split into two groups of four. It didn’t all shrink as the prize pool still sits at a nice looking £13,000, with £5,500 an a [...]
After a successful first season, epicLAN has announced that the Grosvenor Championship will return for a second season of its casino tour with another £10,000 series prize pool. With the announcement having occurred during January, it was Monday that the full swathe of dates were confirmed.
The format more or less has stayed the same. There will be five LAN qualifiers before the offline finals with each stop being in a “turn-up-and-play” format. Manchester, Reading and Newcastle return as LAN qualifiers, with season one locations Coventry [...]