The 27th edition of epicLAN is well underway. The stage has been set for each team to battle it out for their share of £4000 + event tickets, with a full breakdown of the prize pool found here.
The first day has seen some highlights, with strong favorites coming out on top.
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 [...]
We are now half way through the Swiss format group stage at Insomnia63. Three rounds of matches have been played with some high quality ties especially in the third round. The first round of matches were fairly routine and saw no upsets of note.
All the scores for round 1 are as follows:
Once again, round 2 saw results go as a betting man would predict. The most exciting match up came with Business 5 taking on Team monkaS. The business 5 squad (Kioshima, Boaster, Surreal, Kryptix and CRUC1AL) were pushed close by Team monkaS containing UK [...]
Over the last 6 months, I had put UKCSGO to one side to focus on other areas and left it to run itself. Clearly, in that time it did more limping than running which is why I am putting it back into my main focus. With this come a whole host of new content, opportunities and tournaments your way.