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Following a full week of intense Challenger League matches, WCS America Premier League is returning this week with the round of 16 group stage. After making it through the round of 32, the remaining players have been split into four groups of four, and will travel to the Major League Gaming studios in New York City to compete face-to-face.
The SHOUTcraft America round of 16 group stage reached its frenzied conclusion just a short time ago, and the bracket stage is set to begin tomorrow morning as the eight surviving players duke it out in the playoffs for their share in the $10,000 prize pool, and the chance to declare themselves the number one StarCraft II player residing in the American region.
Round of 32 group play came to an exciting conclusion last Friday for WCS Europe, eliminating 16 players from this season's Premier League competition in its wake. The 16 surviving competitors have been split into four four-player groups, and the Electronic Sports league is ready to unleash another salvo of frenzied Premier League action for your viewing pleasure.
Season 1 of 2013 World Championship Series Premier League competition has reached the round of 16 in Europe and America, while Korea is just a bit ahead in the round of 8. The League Regional Finals for each region are fast-approaching, and today, we’re pleased to reveal the exact dates for each of the upcoming Premier League Regional Finals events this season.
Our Battle.net World Championship Official Site is now live. It's your home source for all things BWC over the days to come, including tournament details, player information, brackets, and streams throughout the event.
As we count down the days until the Battle.net World Championship kicks off in Shanghai, China, the time has come to seed the brackets with all 32 players who will compete in the StarCraft II World Championship Series Global Finals.
We recently spent some time with Andrew ‘mOOnGLaDe’ Pender, the World Championship Series (WCS) Oceania Champion, to ask him about his thoughts on the event, his comeback from the Australia Nationals, and how he’s training for the Global Finals in Shanghai.
We recently had a chance to sit down with Tim He to talk about eSports, the championship series and more. Last month, he earned a spot at the World Championship Series (WCS) Global Finals while competing in the Oceania Finals.
Read on to learn more about this spirited competitor!
Over the past five months, hundreds of StarCraft II players around the world have been battling it out in the World Championship Series (WCS) for the honor of representing their countries at the Battle.net World Championship in Shanghai, China. Players from more than thirty different countries competed in qualifier, national, and continental events in order to earn their spots at the Global Finals. With only two events left in the WCS, (the Europe Finals and the Asia Finals) there are only 12 slots left to fill, and we can’t wait to see which progamers from Europe and Asia will round out the final list of 32 competitors.