GamesFest 2011 Returns to Dubai with StarCraft II Tournament
Middle East Gamers are pleased to announce UAE’s GamesFest is coming back to Dubai. This event hosts tournaments with cool prizes and showcases the latest releases from the video games industry. Golden Systems will hold a StarCraft II Tournament where the prize is a Gaming PC.
GameFest Dubai will be celebrated on June 24th at The Living Rooms Café, Dubai Festival City.
“Golden Systems is delighted to sponsor GamesFest along with our partners GIGABYTE and Nvidia. We support Middle East Gamers in their initiative and would like encourage the region’s gamers to participate and showcase their skills and talent. We look forward to participating in GamesFest and are confident that it will be a huge success.” — Ms. Zeina Al Jamal, Mena Marketing, Golden Systems Middle East.
Rules of the Tournament at GamesFest 1.2 on 24th June 2011.
The competition will run from 1pm to 5pm so be sure to arrive an hour before to setup your keyboards and mice!
1. Games will be best of three.
2. MLG Metalopolis will the opening map
3. Loser gets to pick the next map
1st Place: Gaming PC courtesy of Middle East Gamers (monitor not included) + Linksys Router + Razer Bag
2nd Place: Razer SCII headset + L33T Pack
3rd Place: Razer SCII Keyboard
4th Place: Razer SCII Mouse
Check-in time: 1pm to 2pm
Maximum players: 16, decided by online pre-qualifiers
Start Time: 1pm
Platform: PC. You can bring your own headphones, keyboard and mouse.
Online pre-qualifiers: The competition entries are now closed. All 16 places for the tournament on 24th of June will be decided via these matches.
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