The UK Circuit FACEIT Hub, organised by Connor “Sliggy” Bloomfield among other competitive UK players, have announced a 32-team £150 cash cup, with the winning team taking all of the money.
We are happy to announce:
👉 UK CIRCUIT Cash Cup #1 👈
Date:📅Friday 13th April
Requirements:✅🇬🇧/🇮🇪✅All 5 players subscribed to https://t.co/GYLl9Ph8sP✅Ready to duke it out for £150
💰WINNER TAKES ALL!💰32 Teams onlyhttps://t.co/tH8ujcjtcx
DM for queries! pic.twitter.com/nCOQhUm5AQ
— UK Circuit (@UKCircuit) April 11, 2018
Compared to the standard UK Circuit competition, this is a 5v5 tournament where [...]
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