Today, Multiplay have announced through Twitter, further details around Season 3 of UK Masters. After a rather heavy domestic schedule in January, many teams will be somewhat relieved to find out that the qualifying process for this particular league will be in February now and with £15,000 up for grabs in prize money, they won’t want to miss out.
Both Team Endpoint and the current reigning champions, fm-eSports, have been given invites back to Season 3 and thus will avoid having to qualify. There are also two further invited teams to this season, although Multiplay are yet to reveal such information, however if logic was to be in play we would assume that it would be [...]
I’m not one to reply to such things, however, I thought this seemed like an interesting subject to touch upon because it is often something people debate about, be it on Facebook, Twitter or some other form of posting places (such as forums). Replying in this form usually is perhaps irresponsible and patronising, but this video was very much off the mark, that without responding, people would continue throwing around the usual arguments without knowing what they were talking about.
Earlier this evening, a CS:GO player named Nyne “Gratz” Gratz decided to take to Twitter to post a keen YouTube video making his feelings known on why UK LAN events pale in [...]
So for anyone involved in the qualifiers for The ESL Premiership since Monday, you’d have noticed issues with with taking part. From server issues, to seeds, to delays and then format changes. It’s been a rough ride. So, I headed to the top and asked Will Attwood, Product Manager for ESL UK, what was going on.
After an extended qualifier set, the teams for the 2017 Spring Season of the ESL Premiership have been confirmed. The qualifier kicked off with 72 teams in a Swiss-format qualifier. Sixteen teams were then in a double-elimination bracket to determine who were to qualify.