As mentioned in the War Chest 6 announcement, Blizzard Entertainment is teaming up with Wardi and committing $150,000 of War Chest proceeds to a community-run tournament called War Chest Team League. Learn more about the upcoming tournament.
The StarCraft II War Chest is here, with new skins and a brand-new community tournament! In addition to granting players access to a bounty of goodies—like new skins, sprays, emojis, and more—War Chest 6 allows fans to lend some crucial support to War Chest Team League, an upcoming community tournament in partnership with StarCraft II caster and tournament organizer Wardi.
The United States Patent and Trademark Office lists Blizzard Entertainment as the last listed owner of the Metal Arms trademark. Metal Arms, was formerly registered by Sierra Entertainment and it was originally developed by Swingin’ Ape Studios — which took the reins of StarCraft: Ghost (after Nihilistic departed development).
Blizzard Entertainment acquired Swingin’ Ape Studios in May 16, 2006.
Metal Arms was a top-notch FPS game. Blizzard Entertainment is currently developing a few unannounced games — the Next-Gen MMO Titan, the unannounced game, and a third one. These are now dubbed Unannounced Games (in plural) at the Blizzard Careers page.
It is all speculation at this point. The only fact is that Metal Arms appears on the Blizzard Entertainment trademark list. Of course, it might have simply been … a glitch in the system. got it?
The ASUS ROG Summer 2013 tournament was held in Helsinki, Finland last weekend and we could see Taeja, MC and HyuN in the tournament roster. We could also find San, DieStar and Socke in the among the qualified players. If you don’t want to get spoiled you should stop here and watch the VOD’s before reading trough the whole post.
There wasn’t any big upsets in the first group stage round, and all the Korean players except MC qualified for the second group stage round. Six of the top eight players ended up being Koreans. Only Goswser and Happy managed to get out of the second group stage. Notable is that the qualifying player San managed to beat HyuN with 3-0 in the semifinals. But in the end he had to step back when TaeJa won the final with 3-1.
Round of 8
Happy < Alicia 1-3
TaeJa > Goswser 3-1
StarDust < HyuN 2-3
DongRaeGu > San 0-3
Alicia < TaeJa 2-3
HyuN < San 0-3
TaeJa > San 3-1
Blizzard eSports Network Coordinator Jacqueline Geller tweeted the StarCraft World Championship Series America Season 1 Premier League starts tonight at 5:00PM PDT (8:00PM New York EDT / -5GMT).
The entire programming schedule spanning most of the month of May and June here.
Joshua Gray (Clutch) is about to commentate the LanFest.
Intel: “The first LANFest SoCal for 2013 is here! LANFest SoCal returns to Cal Poly Pomona from April 26th to 28th for an action packed weekend of tournaments, contests, raffles, and more. We have a great BYOC section, a console area, a movie area, and a nice stage located inside Cal Poly Pomona’s Bronco Student Center. All attendees are entered in a drawing to win our best prizes provided by our many sponsors.”
Map Pool: KeSPA Neo Planet S, GSL Whirlwind SE, MLG Akilon Wastes, MLG Cloud Kingdom, MLG Daybreak, MLG Newkirk City, MLG Star Station (Cross Spawns Only), Tournament will be run as a Double Elimination, Bo3 til Semi Finals Bo5. No Extended Series.
Details about LanFest can be found at the Intel website.
The Starcraft II eSports Team has a schedule of tournaments from January 24-27 where you can participate to win some cash. Those who are eSports fans, can watch the live streams. The list provided by Blizzard offers links to these live streams, and where to register to participate in the tournaments.
As the world’s leading free voice chat software, Raidcall is to become an official sponsor of superstar gaming teams SK Gaming and Fnatic in 2011. Raidcall will be used exclusively by both of these famous teams throughout their training and competition periods.
SK Gaming and Fnatic are both highly-rated professional gaming teams. Their Counter-Strike teams have won many international gaming competitions and are regarded as some of the finest professional gamers in the world.
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Voice Communication in SK-Gaming
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