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 [...]
It’s certainly been a merry Christmas, one filled with a whole lotta’ Christmas pudding and rather a lack of Counter-Strike, however come January – that needs to change. A few officials sprinkled here and there, a league or two, after all that’s what we expected?Multiplay UK Masters
One of the first pieces of news collected was something broken at Insomnia i59 as Multiplay announce their third season of the UK Masters.
Multiplay quoting the success of their first two seasons, allowing them the unique position to be a direct rival of ESL in relation to both tournament quality and most notably, prize pool. The aim of Season 3 is set as another to [...]
Team Endpoint have today finally announced the news of who their illusive fifth player will be to join the squad. After a few months searching, looking at various standings, they have finally found the perfect fit for the team to help them in their quest for domestic domination and European pedigree.
After a decent performance and run at insomnia59 back in December with stand-in Swedish player, Jesper “Jesp” Johansson, Endpoint finally can get moving into 2017 with a fresh approach. Spearheaded by Ian “Immi” Harding, the team have been quietly trialling different players in the hopes of finding the right player. Today, they announced over Twitter, one [...]
With the two UK Masters Season two finalists securing spots past the group stages, their final is in wait. It’s Endpoint up against FM-eSports. With Endpoint taking themselves through the Upper Bracket of the online tournament, they start the match-up off with the one map advantage. This gave Endpoint a 1-0 in the ensuing Bo5 match. First place nets you £7,000, whereas second is a cool £4,000.ENDPOINT FM-ESPORTS MAPS Ben “Esio” Doughty Neil “nEiLZiNHo” Finlay Default (1-0 Endpoint) Max “MiGHTYMAX” Heath Robin “robiin” Sjögren Nuke (FM Pick) Ian “Immi” Harding Reece “Puls3” Marrs Cache (END [...]