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Gigatron Turnir u GamePub-u 23.April.2017

Bogata gejming godina je pred nama!

Imate savršenu priliku da iskrojite turnir po svojoj meri – izaberite igru i lokaciju, a Gigatron Masters će doći u vaš grad.

Gigatron Masters je velika serija turnira sa izuzetno vrednim nagradama i igrama po vašoj želji i u vašem gradu. Ideja je da damo priliku svim igračima i timovima da se pokažu baš u svom gradu. Planirano je preko 20 turnira u gradovima Srbije, a odluku koje igre će se igrati na turniru pravite baš vi – igrači!

Sve što je potrebno je da popunite anketu ispod sa vašim ili podacima vašeg tima, recite nam koju to igru igrate i u kojem gradu biste igrali – Gigatron će se pobrinuti za sve ostalo. Uskoro će biti objavljeno više informacija.

Prvo takmicenje ce se odrzati u Stadion Shopping Centru uz pomoc GamePub igraonice!

Gigatron Masters 2017 upitnik

Gigatron Masters 2017 je serija turnira u video igrama koji će se održati u preko 20 gradova u Srbiji od aprila do kraja novembra. Za najbolje su obezbeđene vredne nagrade: -1. mesto – 5x ASUS Cerberus miš + ASUS Cerberus tastatura -2. mesto – 5x ASUS Cerberus slušalice -3.

International Gaming Festivan u Novom Sadu

Nezaboravno gejming iskustvo očekuje vas u Novom Sadu 9-10. jula 2016. u Velikoj dvorani SPC Vojvodina (SPENS). Po prvi put u Novom Sadu, održaće se međunarodni festival igara ovih razmera (International Gaming Festival – IGF) koji će okupiti igrače iz celog sveta.
Glavni događaji festivala biće turniri u četiri kompjuterske igre (Dota 2, Counter Strike, League of Legends i Hearthstone), kartičnoj igri Magic The Gathering i igri na konzoli PES. Pored toga, održaće se i mnoga manja takmičenja u stonim igrama poput X-wing i Warhammer, kao i razne igre na konzolama PS4 i Xbox.

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Osim takmičarskog dela gde će zaigrati najpoznatiji svetski i domaći igrači, održaće se i festivalski deo, gde će biti predstavljena svaka igra, uključujući prezentacije najmodernije kompjuterske opreme, kao i još mnogo mini događaja. Ceo Festival, kao i svi veći turniri, biće uživo prenošeni, tako da će IGF moći da prate ljudi širom sveta.
Za učesnike i posetioce Festivala biće obezbeđeni hrana i piće, kao i smeštaj za goste koji nisu iz Novog Sada. Svi su dobrodošli da se oprobaju u nekoj od preko 200 igara, i učestvuju u najvećem okupljanju ovakvog tipa u regionu.

Ekipa GamePub-a će se takmičiti u Grupi D:

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Sve grupe kao i satnicu možete videti na sledećem linku:
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Kinguing Rain 1v4 @ FACEIT Finals!!!

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Devilwalk joins Luminosity Gaming!

SE Jonatan “Devilwalk” Lundberg—coach, analyst, and former player—has signed to Luminosity Gaming, replacing CA Keith “NAF-FLY” Markovic.

Since Jonatan “Devilwalk” Lundberg’s departure from the fnatic lineup in 2014, the Swede had been primarily occupied as an event analyst and also as fnatic’s coach (which ended late this May).

Since stepping down from coaching, Lundberg was seen as attempting to return to competitive play, especially following his brief stint in the 1337 team lineup.

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In another power play move involving a Swedish player, Luminosity Gaming have confirmed the signing of Lundberg, echoing the earlier signing of SE Jacob “pyth” Mourujärvi this April. It also appears from the organisation’s Tweet about the signing that Lundberg is already on-site at the team’s gaming house in Canada.

Devilwalk switches from a coach role to that of a player in the North American scene

The player being shown the door in exchange is Canadian CA Keith “NAF-FLY” Markovic, with the organisation claiming the decision to separate was mutual. Luminosity were marked as having a fairly disappointing showing at the ESL ESEA Season 1 finals, considering the other North American teams’ results.

The lineup will be put to the test immediately, having to travel from their gaming house in Canada straight to ESWC 2015 in Montreal this weekend, where the team is drawn in a group with Na`Vi, Titan, and SK Gaming.

Luminosity’s lineup is now:

US Todd “anger” Williams
SE Jacob “pyth” Mourujärvi
US Alexander “LeX” Deily
US Peter “ptr” Gurney
SE Jonatan “Devilwalk” Lundberg

Source: HLTV.org

Cloud9.lol takes Nicolaj “Incarnati0n” Jensen as new Mid-laner!

After weeks of speculation as to who was going to replace Cloud9’ retired mid-laner Hai “Hai” Lam is now over; Cloud9 have officially announced that Nicolaj “Incarnati0n” Jensen will be joining the team for the next competitive League Championship Series split. Jensen fought off competition from other candidates, including the Cloud9 Tempest player David “Yusui” Bloomquist, who will remain with the organisation.

After the Daily Dot originally reported that the Danish player was in line to replace Lam at the start of April, Jensen had been subject to a lengthy try-out period to see if he could fit into the Cloud9 set-up. It didn’t take him long to impress, according to the team’s analyst Charlie Lipsie.

“I think that out of the players that we tried out, Jensen had the most raw talent,” he told the Daily Dot. “And I can see him becoming the best mid laner in NA. One of the things I was impressed with was Jensen’s drive to do whatever the team needs to succeed. He also seems to be fearless… incarnationc9He flew around the world to join us and has been willing to dive into anything we ask for.”

For Jensen, this is the latest chapter in what has proven to be a long story. After being served with an indefinite ban in January 2013, the player has remained steadfast in his efforts to become a professional player. He earned accolades as a coach during his time with SK Gaming, being part of the set-up that saw the team go to the World Championship finals before a rule change meant he wouldn’t be able to attend those finals himself. Since then, he’s never wavered in his belief he would be given another chance, and has consistently passed each of the behavioral checks Riot has conducted.

He’s more than aware this next chapter won’t be easy one, however. Few players will be receiving the level of attention or generating the level of expectation he will. He acknowledged this himself in a conversation with the Daily Dot.

“Given my past mistakes,” he says “I’m looking to be a better teammate and to continue being confident in my own individual performance as well. I’m hoping to carry that confidence into the team without touching the infrastructure of how Cloud9 works.”

He also paid tribute to Hai, who will now be part of the organisation’s management. “In regards to replacing [him], I want to mention that we have very different play styles and serve different roles on the team. We aren’t very comparable as players but I know what he did was special for the team.”

As special as that contribution was, the team’s fans will be hoping for their new foreign import, the first change made to the Cloud9 roster since May 2013, will be able to power them to their first LCS split win in a year. The Summer Split begins in less than a month.

Source:Cloud9

ex.Denial CSGO joins Nihilum Gaming

The former Denial roster has joined up with Nihilum Gaming, a new Swedish organization coming from World of Warcraft, Soham “valens” Chowdhury informed HLTV.org.

Soham “valens” Chowdhury and company moved under the wings of a new organization, Nihilum Gaming, who have a long history in World of Warcraft, and recently brought in a Hearthstone division.

They’re now opening up a CS:GO division as well with ex-Denial, who decided to switch organizations soon after qualifying for both CEVO Professional and ESEA Invite finals, taking place in the next two weeks.

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flowsicK’s squad moves on to a new organization

Apart from the usual deal, it looks like Nihilum are at a possibility of a boot camp place or even a gaming house, as well as the acquisition of a coach in the future.

Upon informing HLTV.org about the move, Chowdhury gave us the following statement:

We are extremely excited to partner up with Nihilum Gaming, who is well known in the Hearthstone and WoW communities for harboring some of the best talent. Together with Kinguin, the title sponsor, Nihilum reached out to us and wanted to branch out to CSGO and help build a top team from the ground up. There are many things in store for us that are becoming increasingly common in the EU scene, which will undoubtedly grow the NA scene and help bridge the skill gap between the two communities. This year will be explosive for CSGO, and more importantly, for our team to grow both personally and professionally. We have all the tools we need to succeed with Nihilum and are ecstatic about the system they are looking to establish. Shoutout to Denial (and especially Robby) for helping us transition into professionals, and we look forward to their continued success.
“We are extremely excited to partner up with Nihilum Gaming, who is well known in the Hearthstone and WoW communities for harboring some of the best talent. Together with Kinguin, the title sponsor, Nihilum reached out to us and wanted to branch out to CSGO and help build a top team from the ground up. There are many things in store for us that are becoming increasingly common in the EU scene, which will undoubtedly grow the NA scene and help bridge the skill gap between the two communities.” Chowdhury said in a statement for HLTV.org.

“This year will be explosive for CSGO, and more importantly, for our team to grow both personally and professionally. We have all the tools we need to succeed with Nihilum and are ecstatic about the system they are looking to establish. Shoutout to Denial (and especially Robby) for helping us transition into professionals, and we look forward to their continued success. Even bigger shoutout to Nihilum and Kinguin for allowing us this opportunity to play the game we all love with the type of dedication this game deserves.”

Nihilum Gaming signed the following roster:

Soham “valens” Chowdhury
Kyle “flowsicK” Mendez
Timothy “autimatic” Ta
Andrew “professor_chaos” Heintz
Joshua “sancz” Ballenger

As mentioned above, Nihilum Gaming’s debut under the new organization will be the CEVO Professional Season 6 LAN Finals on April 13-15, followed up by ESEA Invite Season 18 Global Finals on April 17-19.

Source:HLTV.org

ESL One Katowice playoff brackets announced

Swedish powerhouse Sweden Fnatic will have to beat surprise from Group A  Germany PENTA which eliminated  France Titan and  Norway LGB eSports to go trough.

On their way to quarterfinals  Sweden Fnatic won Australia Vox Eminor with convincingly 16:03 and later on  UkraineNa’Vi with 16:07. This allowed team quick finish of day 1 and more than enough time to scout other potential opponents and prepare for day 2 and elimination bo3 matches.

Germany PENTA had much harder day but with same level of success. They lost to Norway LGB eSports with taking only 3 rounds and dropping to lower bracket of the group. There was  France Titan waiting for them but  Germany PENTA played well on de_cache and won surprisingly easy with 16:04! After kicking  France Titan out of the Major their next opponent was  Norway LGB eSports to whom they already lost. However in this match tables were turned and  Germany PENTA managed to win the game with 16:12 on de_dust2 and qualify for next round.

 

Poland Virtus.Pro will have to go against another surprise of event  Brasil Keyd Stars which managed to beat USA Couter Logic Gaming and Russia HellRaisers.

As clear favorite in Group D  Poland Virtus.Pro easily past by Finland 3DMAX with final score of 16:05. While other winner bracket match was much more intense they finally got their opponents in USA Cloud9 squad. USA Cloud9 appeared to be much tougher opponent but not tough enough as  Poland Virtus.Pro won with 16:11 and qualified for single elimination bracket.

Brasil Keyd Stars were dark horse of even with no much chance given to advance as they had  Sweden NiP, USA CLG and HR for opponents. While losing to  Sweden NiP 16:09 they managed to get themselves to play better and win against favorite Russia HellRaisers with 16:12! This win gave them a chance to advance trough but one more win was a must. Their next opponent was USA Counter Logic Gaming who lost 16:07 to  Sweden NiP.  Brasil Keyd Stars managed to win with surprisingly 16:08 and qualify for next round.

France Team Envy.US will have to prove themselves against  Ukraine Natus Vincere which after bad game versus  Sweden Fnatic managed to beat Australia Vox Eminor quite convincingly 16:03 on de_inferno to qualify for playoffs.

France Team Envy.US played first match of the day in Katowice against another French team  France Titan. While good match was expected they managed to make it even better. With totally unexpected map chosen de_cobblestone match was played in whole 30 rounds, with  France Team Envy.US taking the win 16:14. After winning over France Titan their next opponent was  Norway LGB eSports which didn’t manage to surprise them and with score 16:08 qualify for day 2.

Ukraine Na.Vi was clear 2nd favorite in Group A with  Sweden Fnatic being 1st favorite. In first match they met Ukraine Flipsid3 Tactics and simply cruised by with more than convincing with of 16:02. As winner in first upper bracket match their next rival was  Sweden Fnatic which gave them quite a beating of 16:07. Even though the score doesn’t show it was much easier for  Sweden Fnatic to take this map. Being dropped to lower bracket they got Ukraine Na’Vi showed their real potential and won 16:03 on de_inferno.

 

In last match we will have last major finalist  Sweden NiP in probably most interesting match up where they will meet Denmark Team Solo Mid.

As clear favorites in Group C  Sweden NiP didn’t disappoint. They won against  Brasil Keyd Stars 16:09 and moved to 2nd match in upper bracket. There they got USA CLG which barely edged Russia HellRaisers but once again it was easy match for  Sweden NiP who won it with 16:07 and qualified for day 2.

Denmark TSM being standard team in single elimination on big events had a slight advantage over USA Cloud9. In their first game they lost to USA Cloud9 in nail biting ending with 16:14 score and dropped to lower bracket. There was Finland 3DMAX waiting for them but they managed to rise their level of play and win comfortably with 16:10. In next match they again matched up with USA Cloud9 but this time it was a different story.  Denmark TSM was convincing on de_overpass and won the game with 16:08 which brought them one more Top 8 finish in Majors.

 

Sweden Fnatic -vs- Germany PENTA
Poland Virtus.Pro -vs- Brasil Keyd Stars
France Team Envy.US -vs- Ukraine Natus Vincere
Sweden Ninjas in Pyjamas -vs- Denmark TSM Kinguin
All games will be played in best of 3 format which means that team has to win 2 map’s in order to advance trough.

Matches are starting at 13:00 CET so there is whole day of excellent Counter-Strike!

You can follow matches live by visiting official stream on of two official streams: Stream #1 / Stream 2.

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    e-frag announces World Championship with $100,000+ prize pool!

e-frag announces World Championship with $100,000+ prize pool!

At the end of last year’s ESEC LAN Finals in BelExpoCentar, we announced a global tournament akin to ESEC.

After months of rigorous work, we at E-Frag.net, together with hitbox, proudly announce

The World Championships!

$100,000+ will be given out to the finest players of the world, each of them representing not themselves, but principally their mother country. Amongst other things, crowdfunding will be available and every contribution will be rewarded with official merchandise.

Apart from all the matches being broadcasted by E-FragTV live from our studio with guests from the CS:GO scene and community, broadcasts in foreign languages will be available as well on hitbox.

Qualification for each continent – Europe, Asia, North America, South America, Africa, Oceania will be held throughout the year separately, of which the sixteen very best nations will be invited to attend The 2015 World Championship.

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Sava Centar

As is tradition, the players and managers of the 16 LAN qualified countries will be competing in Belgrade, this year in Sava Centar, during the 8th – 11th October, 2015. To eliminate further issues, all of the qualified nations‘ travel and accomodation costs will be covered by our fund. With the announcement, we are also calling out to people who are experienced in the field of eSports. We believe that every team shall have a proper manager and supervisor, who will, in cooperation with us, ensure the welfare of the team during the whole tournament.

The applications for a manager position of each country are available here

Last year’s ESEC managers and people involved in their country’s eSports federations and associations will be prioritized.

Last year’s ESEC and the upcoming World Championships bring something unique to the CS:GO scene. A true nations based tournament, uniting some of the best players from around the globe. Extraordinary matchups will be a regular occurrence, with lineups you previously only were able to see in fantasy drafts. It goes without saying that we are enormously excited to see all this action live and exclusive on hitbox.
Daniel Leberl, CCO hitbox

We will announce our partners and more information soon, shortly after the selection of team managers.

Cloud9 moving to Europe?

Cloud9 member Jordan “n0thing” Gilbert has revealed that his team is considering the possibility of moving to Europe.

Since signing for Cloud9, in August, the former compLexity team’s results have been mixed, with a top-eight finish at ESL One Cologne being followed by a group exit at DreamHack Winter.

The North American team managed to qualify for ESL One Katowice after beating INSHOCK and Mousesports at the offline qualifier, but their chances of progression into the knockout rounds of the upcoming major look thin after being paired with Virtus.pro and Team SoloMid in the group stage.

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Cloud9 could move to Europe soon

Prior to DreamHack Winter, Cloud9 underwent an intensive three-week boot camp in Stockholm to cut out their mistakes from ESWC and FACEIT, but the team could soon take their training regime to a whole new level as a permanent move to Europe is currently under consideration.

“We have some pretty cool news, we might be moving to Europe this year,” Jordan “n0thing” Gilbert said during the All Work All Play podcast.

“In the next couple of months we will decide.”

Jordan “n0thing” Gilbert went on to say that the city of Berlin is a strong possibility for his team to move to, which would allow them to take part in the biggest European leagues and to practice constantly against the top sides in the continent.

ESL One Katowice 2015 groups announced

The group draw for ESL One Katowice 2015 has taken place, with the 16 participants having been drawn into four groups.

From March 12-15, 16 teams from all over the world will lock horns in the fifth community-funded major tournament in the history of CS:GO, with $250,000 up for grabs.

Eight teams – called legends – received direct invitations to the tournament after reaching the playoffs in the last major, DreamHack Winter, while the remaining participating sides – known as challengers – came from the offline qualifier that took place in Katowice two weeks ago.

Each group features two legends and two challengers, who will face-off in a double-elimination stage. The top two sides from each group will advance to the playoffs.

Virtus.pro won last year’s Katowice major

DH Winter champions EnVyUs have been drawn alongside fellow countrymen Titan in a group that also features PENTA and LGB, while NiP, who will attend the event with Aleksi “allu” Jalli as a ringer, will take on HellRaisers, Counter Logic Gaming and the former KaBuM team, now known as Keyd Stars.

Virtus.pro, who won the last edition of ESL One Katowice, will have to fend off competition from Team SoloMid, Cloud9 and 3DMAX, whereas fnatic will tackle Na`Vi, Vox Eminor and FlipSid3 Tactics.

Below you can find the draw in full:

Group A Group B Group C Group D
Na`Vi EnVyUs NiP Virtus.pro
fnatic PENTA Sports HellRaisers Team SoloMid
Vox Eminor LGB eSports CLG Cloud9
Flipsid3 Tactics Titan Keyd Stars 3DMAX

Source: HLTV.org