The Faction AU Join Integral Nation

The Faction AU have been going through a bit of an identity crisis since the start of the ACL Pro CoD League, initially starting out under the SnK banner before moving to their original name, The Faction AU. It has now changed again as they will be playing under the organisation Integral Nation. If the name sounds familiar, it’s because they had a squad play in the Call of Duty World Championship, playing in the group of death alongside Epsilon, SB and Team Kaliber.

integral

You can see the iN squad play in the ACL Pro CoD League every Tuesday and Thursday, whilst the team will also be in attendance at the Doesplay event coming up next month with a $10,000 AUSD prize.

 


 

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Halo MCC ESL Major Series Final Results

In one of the most anticlimactic endings to a tournament, the European MCC ESL Major Series fizzled out in the final four, with two consecutive weeks of incomplete fixtures. The final stage of the tournament was ultimately contested by the only two teams to show up for their fixtures, Epsilon and CAZ eSports, with Epsilon twice coming out on top to scoop the €500 first place prize.

The trouble with missed fixtures started when Britons and tournament favorites Xenex, and Italians NEXT were unable to compete in the first weekend’s games. With almost no means of regaining the ground lost on their opponents in week one, Xenex and NEXT opted out of their second week’s fixtures leaving both teams tied in 3rd place with only two draws a piece.

After Epsilon won comfortably in week one, CAZ had to win last weekend’s face off 3-0 to keep things alive. Once again though it was Epsilon who prevailed, this time by a more narrow margin, 3-2. The result left Epsilon at the top of the table and condemned CAZ to second place, concluding the ESL Major Series.

Final Placements

1. Epsilon
2. CAZ eSports
3/4. Xenex
3/4. NEXT


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MLG Pro League – 29th June Results + Fixtures/Standings

If you missed having the MLG Pro League around then you don’t need to worry, it’s back for it’s third season on AW! Last night 8 teams battled it out in the first of their 22 game season (reduced from 44 last season). We’ll be bringing you daily updates of the regular season all the way up to the 12 team Championship that will be held at the MLG Arena in Columbus, Ohio.

Season Preview + Info – LINK
Season Schedule – LINK

MLG Pro League S3 Results – Monday 29th June
Optic NationMiniOpTic Gaming 32  Team EnVyUs nvSmall
Rise Nation 200x200Rise Nation 3-1  Epsilon NA Epsilon
orbitminiOrbit NA 13 iSolation Empire isomini

teamkailberTeam Kaliber 23 Denial eSports 300px-Denial

MLG Pro League Standings – Monday 30th June
Position Team Name Record Win %
#1

isominiiSolation Empire

1-0 100%
#2 Rise Nation 200x200 Rise Nation 1-0 100%
#3

300px-Denial Denial eSports

1-0 100%
#4 Optic NationMiniOpTic Gaming 1-0 100%
#5 fazeredSmall FaZe Clan 0-0 N/A
#6 Optic NationMiniOpTic Nation 0-0 N/A
#7 Tcm TCM Gaming 0-0 N/A
#8 elevate_200x200 Team eLevate 0-0 N/A
#9 nvSmallTeam EnVyUs 0-1 0%
#10 teamkailberTeam Kaliber 0-1 0%
#11 epsilonminiEpsilon NA 0-1 0%
#12 orbitminiOrbit NA 0-1 0%

Fixtures 30th June

Key; London Time, Paris Time, LA Time, NY Time, Sydney Time

Streamed Live at www.MLG.tv

11pm12am – 3pm – 6pm 8am:

Optic NationMiniOpTic Nation vs. teamkailber Team Kaliber

12am1am – 4pm – 7pm 9am:

epsilonminiEpsilon vs. elevate_200x200 Team eLevate

1am 2am – 5pm – 8pm – 10am:

300px-DenialDenial eSports vs. Rise Nation 200x200 Rise Nation

2am3am – 6pm – 9pm 11am:

isominiiSolation Empire vs. Optic NationMiniOpTic Gaming


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TCM Pickup Aches and Teep

The silence from the TCM Gaming camp since the X Games has been deafening and it’s caused the internet to go into overdrive about what is happening with the Season 3 league spot. The organisation bought the spot last season from Aware Gaming for an undisclosed sum, taking 4 UK players over to a US based house in Philedelphia to compete. After a 5th place finish in the regular online season the team ended up crashing and burning at the X Games, finishing 7th/8th. Big changes were expected, however not many TCM Gaming fans would have expected this;

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Aches and Teep whilst in coL. Image courtesy of www.DailyDot.com

It has been announced by TCM that they will be picking up former compLexity players Aches and Teep, former World Champions and 2 of the most decorated players in Call of Duty history. Leaving the team will be Madcat and Shane, although Shane will continue to live and work in the TCM house, instead playing as a sub and becoming a coach for the team. Will this change propel TCM into a top 3 team?

Tcm TCM Gaming Roster

uk Jurd uk Moose us Aches us Teep


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North America Latest – Roster Mania 29th June

Following the conclusion of the MLG X Games Season 2 Playoffs and the MLG Season 2 Relegation tournament this past weekend, the North American Call of Duty scene has been alive with team changes ahead of the forthcoming season.


Update 29th June

Tcm TCM Gaming Recruit who?

Basically, Aches and Teep have joined Jurd and Moose. A sentence we never thought we’d write. See the full news announcement HERE.

Tcm TCM Gaming

uk Jurd
uk Moose
us Aches
us Teepee

Rise Nation 200x200Rise Nation pickup TK Rejects

After being dropped by Team Kaliber, Goonjar and Teej have found a new home in Rise Nation, a complete swap as former Rise players Theory and Nelso joined TK. Sounds confusing but it’s not.

Rise Nation 200x200 Rise Nation;

us Whea7s
us Chino
us Teej
ca Goonjar

tKSmallTeam Kaliber Pickup Neslo and Theory

It has been announced that Team Kaliber have dropped new signing Teej and long time player Goonjar and picked up Rise players Theory and Neslo.

tKSmallTeam Kaliber:

us Nameless
us Sharp
us Theory
us Nelso

Update 25th June

nvSmall   EnVyUs Overhaul Line Up

It’s been announced today that EnVyUs have overhauled their entire team, putting trust in the last remaining member of the current team, Loony. Proofy will now join a long list of F/A’s vying for a spot in the MLG Season 3 Pro League. Joining Loony will be World Champion and former Denial player JKap, whilst former Prophecy players Aqua and Octane make up the remaining numbers. Can they turn their fortune around?

nvSmall Team EnVyUS;

us Loony
us JKap
us Octane
us Aqua

elevate_200x200 eLevate Recruit Two

With a Season 3 spot in the league, it was only a matter of time before two of the many free agents joined the eLevate team along with Slacked and Classic. Those two players turn out to be former EnVyUs member Saints and former Prophecy player Apathy. Both have had mixed seasons with little to celebrate, and will be looking to overhaul their fortunes with this move in time for UMG Dallas.

elevate_200x200 Team eLevate

us Classic
us Slacked
us Apathy
us Saints

Aches Leaves Prophecy

The organisation is officially done having a North American team for the moment as Aches leaves the squad and becomes a F/A as a duo with TeePee. Who will snatch up two of the most decorated Call of Duty Pro’s?

dreamteamNew Dream Team Roster

They have disbanded Purple and Blue and gone with one new roster consisting of some seasoned Call of Duty Pros.

dreamteamDream Team;

us Pacman
us Sender
us Diabolic
 Ivy

Update 21.06.2015:

Prophecy looking for Three

Prophecy make wholesale changes as AquA, Apathy and Octane announce their departure.

Prophecy Lineup:

  • USA.png Patrick ‘ACHES’ Price
  • CAUS ?
  • CAUS ?
  • CAUS ?

Strictly Business back to the drawing board

StuDyy, Anticity, SpaceLy and TcM leave Strictly Business.

Strictly Business Lineup:

  • CAUS ?
  • CAUS ?
  • CAUS ?
  • CAUS ?

MerK is a Free Agent

MerK announces Free Agency leaving Automatic Reload looking for one.

https://twitter.com/MerK_nV/status/612689673211772930

Automatic Reload Lineup:

  • USA.png Mikhail ‘Blfire’ Glushenok
  • USA.png Tyler ‘FeLonY’ Johnson
  • USA.png Ryan ‘Lawless’ Lawless
  • CAUS ?

MadCat Dropped

In surprise news, TCM Gaming part ways with MadCat. More details about MadCat’s departure will be announced shortly.

TCM Gaming Lineup:

  •  Tom ‘Moose’ Handley
  •  Shane ‘ShAnE’ McKerral
  •  Jordan ‘Jurd’ Crowley
  • TBA

 New Engima 6 Team Announced

After Enigma6 failed to secure a place in season 3, the team look to the long term. Relegation replacements Holler and Proto are replaced by Aqua and Parasite.

 Enigma6 Lineup:

  • USA.png Jordon ‘General’ Holloway
  • USA.png Michael ‘MRuiz’ Ruiz
  • USA.png Ulysses ‘Aqua’ Silva
  • USA.png Christopher ‘Parasite’ Duarte

 

Update 19.06.2015

 Enigma6 announce Season 2 Relegation Tournament Team

Enigma6 pick up Holler and Proto ahead of the MLG Pro League Season 2 Relegation tournament in Columbus, Ohio.

 Enigma6 Lineup:

  • USA.png Jordon ‘General’ Holloway
  • USA.png Michael ‘MRuiz’ Ruiz
  •  Holler
  • USA.png Proto

TK.pngNew Team Kaliber Team Unveiled

Team Kaliber complete their roster, picking up Teej.

TK.png Team Kaliber Lineup:

  • USA Brandon ‘Sharp’ Rogers
  • Canada Jevon ‘Goonjar’ Gooljar-Lim
  • USA Anthony ‘Nameless’ Wheeler
  • USA Thomas ‘Teej’ Haly

 

Update 17.06.2015

Deniallogo std.pngDenial Rebuild Around Replays

After a very brief period without a team, Denial elect to rebuild their roster around world champion, Replays. Replays is joined by former eLevate and FaZe stars Huke, Slasher and Temp.

Deniallogo std.pngDenial eSports Lineup:

  • USA Chris ‘Replays’ Crowder
  • USA Cuyler ‘Huke’ Garland
  • USA Donovan ‘Temp’ Laroda
  • USA Austin ‘SlasheR’ Liddicoat

eLevate Big Changes

Team eLevate announce they’ve dropped 50% of their roster as Teej and Temp go their own way.

ELv.png Team eLevate Lineup:

  • USA Nicholas ‘Classic’ DiCostanzo
  • USA Josiah ‘Slacked’ Berry
  • TBA
  • TBA

Clayster and Attach to FaZe

With the news of JKap and Replays leaving Denial, surprisingly Clayster and Attach follow suit linking up with Enable and Zooma as part of a new look FaZe team.

The news follows the news that Huke and Slasher would be released from FaZe following uncertainty about their future commitment to the line up.

Faze.png FaZe Lineup:

  • USA Ian ‘enable’ Wyatt
  • USA Thomas ‘ZooMaa’ Paparatto
  • USA Dillon ‘Attach’ Price
  • USA James ‘Clayster’ Eubanks

 

Update 10.06.2015

Parasite Released from Team Kaliber

Parasite rejoins the Free Agency list ahead of the next season of the MLG Pro Series.

TK.png Team Kaliber Lineup:

  • USA Brandon ‘Sharp’ Rogers
  • Canada Jevon ‘Goonjar’ Gooljar-Lim
  • USA Anthony ‘Nameless’ Wheeler
  • TBA

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Dreamhack Valencia CoD Event Cancelled

The Dreamhack brand seems to be going from strength to strength in recent years with new events popping up outside of Sweden, including the infamous Valencia event that has been running for the last couple of years. Despite a strong showing of CoD support during it’s time in the sunny Spanish city, it’s been announced that the Call of Duty event for this summer has been cancelled.

DreamHack Logo

The rumours had been rife that this would be the case for a number of weeks but Dreamhack have confirmed that the Call of Duty event will not take place. The reason? It’s currently unconfirmed and we have reached out for comment. Many are speculating that it’s down to team numbers not being as high as they should have been, a disappointment considering the tournaments that have taken place in the past, including the legendary appearance of 2 x World Champion Karma who showed up as a sub for TCM Gaming only a few years ago.


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MLG Season 3 Pro League Schedule Released

The Season 3 of the MLG Pro League for AW is set to kick off tonight and with a 5pm roster lock we can expect to see a flurry of changes before the door shuts. There has been a number of changes to the Pro League rules, including reducing the games from 44 to 22, along with making sure each game is streamed live on MLG.tv.

Check out the full schedule below that has been released by MLG.

MLG Pro League – CoD AW – Season 3 – Schedule

Key; London Time, Paris Time, LA Time, NY Time, Sydney Time

Monday, June 29th

11pm12am – 3pm – 6pm – 8am: OpTic Gaming vs. Team EnVyUs

12am1am – 4pm – 7pm9amRise Nation vs. Epsilon

1am2am – 5pm – 8pm – 10am: Orbit vs. Isolation eSports

2am3am – 6pm – 9pm – 11amTeam Kaliber vs. Denial eSports

 

Tuesday, June 30th

11pm12am – 3pm – 6pm – 8am: OpTic Nation vs. Team Kaliber

12am 1am – 4pm – 7pm9am: Epsilon vs. Team eLevate

1am 2am – 5pm – 8pm 10am: Denial eSports vs. Rise Nation

2am3am – 6pm – 9pm 11am: Isolation eSports vs. OpTic Gaming

 

Wednesday, July 1st

11pm 12am – 3pm – 6pm 8am: FaZe vs. Team eLevate

12am 1am – 4pm – 7pm 9am: Orbit vs. Epsilon

1am 2am – 5pm – 8pm – 10am: Team EnVyUs vs. OpTic Nation

2am3am – 6pm – 9pm 11am: Team Kaliber vs. Isolation eSports

 

Thursday, July 2nd

11pm – 12am – 3pm – 6pm – 8am: Team eLevate vs. Team EnVyUs

12am – 1am – 4pm – 7pm – 9am: TCM Gaming vs. Orbit

1am – 2am – 5pm – 8pm – 10am: OpTic Nation vs. Rise Nation

2am – 3am – 6pm – 9pm – 11am: FaZe vs. OpTic Gaming

 

Tuesday, July 7th

11pm – 12am – 3pm – 6pm – 8am: Rise Nation vs. FaZe

12am – 1am – 4pm – 7pm – 9am: Orbit vs. Denial eSports

1am – 2am – 5pm – 8pm – 10am: TCM Gaming vs. OpTic Gaming

2am – 3am – 6pm – 9pm – 11am: Epsilon vs. Team EnVyUs

 

Wednesday, July 8th

11pm – 12am – 3pm – 6pm – 8am: Denial eSports vs. Team eLevate

12am – 1am – 4pm – 7pm – 9am: Epsilon vs. OpTic Nation

1am – 2am – 5pm – 8pm – 10am: Isolation eSports vs. TCM Gaming

2am – 3am – 6pm – 9pm – 11am: OpTic Gaming vs. Team Kaliber

 

Tuesday, July 14th

11pm – 12am – 3pm – 6pm – 8am: Isolation eSports vs. Rise Nation

12am – 1am – 4pm – 7pm – 9am: Team Kaliber vs. FaZe

1am – 2am – 5pm – 8pm – 10am: Team eLevate vs. OpTic Nation

2am – 3am – 6pm – 9pm – 11am: Team EnVyUs vs. Orbit

 

Wednesday, July 15th

11pm – 12am – 3pm – 6pm – 8am: Rise Nation vs. Team Kaliber

12am – 1am – 4pm – 7pm – 9am: OpTic Gaming vs. Orbit

1am – 2am – 5pm – 8pm – 10am: FaZe vs. Team EnVyUs

2am – 3am – 6pm – 9pm – 11am: TCM Gaming vs. Denial eSports

 

Thursday, July 16th

11pm – 12am – 3pm – 6pm – 8am: Denial eSports vs. FaZe

12am – 1am – 4pm – 7pm – 9am: OpTic Gaming vs. Rise Nation

1am – 2am – 5pm – 8pm – 10am: PM Epsilon vs. Isolation eSports

2am – 3am – 6pm – 9pm – 11am: TCM Gaming vs. OpTic Nation

 

Friday, July 17th

11pm – 12am – 3pm – 6pm – 8am: Team Kaliber vs. TCM Gaming

12am – 1am – 4pm – 7pm – 9am: Denial eSports vs. Epsilon

1am – 2am – 5pm – 8pm – 10am: PM OpTic Nation vs. Orbit

2am – 3am – 6pm – 9pm – 11am: Team EnVyUs vs. Isolation eSports

 

Monday, July 20th

11pm – 12am – 3pm – 6pm – 8am: Epsilon vs. FaZe

12am – 1am – 4pm – 7pm – 9am: Team Kaliber vs. Team EnVyUs

1am – 2am – 5pm – 8pm – 10am: Orbit vs. Team eLevate

2am – 3am – 6pm – 9pm – 11am: Isolation eSports vs. OpTic Nation

 

Tuesday, July 21st

11pm – 12am – 3pm – 6pm – 8am: Team eLevate vs. OpTic Gaming

12am – 1am – 4pm – 7pm – 9am: Denial eSports vs. Team EnVyUs

1am – 2am – 5pm – 8pm – 10am: FaZe vs. TCM Gaming

2am – 3am – 6pm – 9pm – 11am: Rise Nation vs. Orbit

 

Wednesday, July 22nd

11pm – 12am – 3pm – 6pm – 8am: TCM Gaming vs. Epsilon

12am – 1am – 4pm – 7pm – 9am: FaZe vs. Isolation eSports

1am – 2am – 5pm – 8pm – 10am: OpTic Nation vs. OpTic Gaming

2am – 3am – 6pm – 9pm – 11am: PM Rise Nation vs. Team eLevate

 

Thursday, July 23rd

11pm – 12am – 3pm – 6pm – 8am: Team EnVyUs vs. TCM Gaming

12am – 1am – 4pm – 7pm – 9am: OpTic Nation vs. Denial eSports

1am – 2am – 5pm – 8pm – 10am: Team Kaliber vs. Orbit

2am – 3am – 6pm – 9pm – 11am: OpTic Gaming vs. Epsilon

 

Friday, July 24th

11pm – 12am – 3pm – 6pm – 8am: Isolation eSports vs. Denial eSports

12am – 1am – 4pm – 7pm – 9am: Team EnVyUs vs. Rise Nation

1am – 2am – 5pm – 8pm – 10am: Team Kaliber vs. Team eLevate

2am – 3am – 6pm – 9pm – 11am: Orbit vs. FaZe

 

Monday, July 27th

11pm – 12am – 3pm – 6pm – 8am: Team eLevate vs. Isolation eSports

12am – 1am – 4pm – 7pm – 9am: OpTic Nation vs. FaZe

1am – 2am – 5pm – 8pm – 10am: Denial eSports vs. OpTic Gaming

2am – 3am – 6pm – 9pm – 11am: Rise Nation vs. TCM Gaming

 

Tuesday, July 28th

11pm – 12am – 3pm – 6pm – 8am: Epsilon vs. Team Kaliber

12am – 1am – 4pm – 7pm – 9am: TCM Gaming vs. Team eLevate

1am – 2am – 5pm – 8pm – 10am: Orbit vs. Team EnVyUs

2am – 3am – 6pm – 9pm – 11am: FaZe vs. Rise Nation

 

Tuesday, August 4th

11pm – 12am – 3pm – 6pm – 8am: OpTic Nation vs. TCM Gaming

12am – 1am – 4pm – 7pm – 9am: Team eLevate vs. Epsilon

1am – 2am – 5pm – 8pm – 10am: OpTic Gaming vs. Isolation eSports

2am – 3am – 6pm – 9pm – 11am: Denial eSports vs. Team Kaliber

 

Wednesday, August 5th

11pm – 12am – 3pm – 6pm – 8am: Rise Nation vs. OpTic Gaming

12am – 1am – 4pm – 7pm – 9am: Isolation eSports vs. Orbit

1am – 2am – 5pm – 8pm – 10am: Team EnVyUs vs. Epsilon

2am – 3am – 6pm – 9pm – 11am: Team Kaliber vs. OpTic Nation

 

Thursday, August 6th

11pm – 12am – 3pm – 6pm – 8am: Team EnVyUs vs. OpTic Gaming

12am – 1am – 4pm – 7pm – 9am: Rise Nation vs. Denial eSports

1am – 2am – 5pm – 8pm – 10am: Orbit vs. TCM Gaming

2am – 3am – 6pm – 9pm – 11am: OpTic Nation vs. Team eLevate

 

Monday, August 10th

11pm – 12am – 3pm – 6pm – 8am: Team eLevate vs. FaZe

12am – 1am – 4pm – 7pm – 9am: TCM Gaming vs. Isolation eSports

1am – 2am – 5pm – 8pm – 10am: Epsilon vs. Denial eSports

2am – 3am – 6pm – 9pm – 11am: Team Kaliber vs. Rise Nation

 

Tuesday, August 11th

1pm – 12am – 3pm – 6pm – 8am: OpTic Gaming vs. FaZe

12am – 1am – 4pm – 7pm – 9am: Isolation eSports vs. Team EnVyUs

1am – 2am – 5pm – 8pm – 10am: Denial eSports vs. TCM Gaming

2am – 3am – 6pm – 9pm – 11am: Epsilon vs. Orbit

 

Wednesday, August 12th

1pm – 12am – 3pm – 6pm – 8am: Isolation eSports vs. Team Kaliber

12am – 1am – 4pm – 7pm – 9am: Team EnVyUs vs. Team eLevate

1am – 2am – 5pm – 8pm – 10am: Orbit vs. OpTic Nation

2am – 3am – 6pm – 9pm – 11am: FaZe vs. Epsilon

 

Thursday, August 13th

1pm – 12am – 3pm – 6pm – 8am: Rise Nation vs. OpTic Nation

12am – 1am – 4pm – 7pm – 9am: OpTic Gaming vs. TCM Gaming

1am – 2am – 5pm – 8pm – 10am: Team eLevate vs. Denial eSports

2am – 3am – 6pm – 9pm – 11am: Team EnVyUs vs. Team Kaliber

 

Monday, August 17th

1pm – 12am – 3pm – 6pm – 8am: Epsilon vs. Rise Nation

12am – 1am – 4pm – 7pm – 9am: TCM Gaming vs. FaZe

1am – 2am – 5pm – 8pm – 10am: Team Kaliber vs. OpTic Gaming

2am – 3am – 6pm – 9pm – 11am: Denial eSports vs. Orbit

 

Tuesday, August 18th

1pm – 12am – 3pm – 6pm – 8am: OpTic Nation vs. Team EnVyUs

12am – 1am – 4pm – 7pm – 9am: Rise Nation vs. Isolation eSports

1am – 2am – 5pm – 8pm – 10am: FaZe vs. Denial eSports

2am – 3am – 6pm – 9pm – 11am: Team eLevate vs. Orbit

 

Wednesday, August 19th

1pm – 12am – 3pm – 6pm – 8am: OpTic Nation vs. Epsilon

12am – 1am – 4pm – 7pm – 9am: TCM Gaming vs. Team Kaliber

1am – 2am – 5pm – 8pm – 10am: OpTic Gaming vs. Team eLevate

2am – 3am – 6pm – 9pm – 11am: Isolation eSports vs. FaZe

 

Monday, August 25th

1pm – 12am – 3pm – 6pm – 8am: Isolation eSports vs. Epsilon

12am – 1am – 4pm – 7pm – 9am: Orbit vs. OpTic Gaming

1am – 2am – 5pm – 8pm – 10am: Team EnVyUs vs. Denial eSports

2am – 3am – 6pm – 9pm – 11am: Team eLevate vs. Rise Nation

 

Tuesday, August 26th

1pm – 12am – 3pm – 6pm – 8am: FaZe vs. Team Kaliber

12am – 1am – 4pm – 7pm – 9am: OpTic Gaming vs. OpTic Nation

1am – 2am – 5pm – 8pm – 10am: Epsilon vs. TCM Gaming

2am – 3am – 6pm – 9pm – 11am: Orbit vs. Rise Nation

 

Wednesday, August 27th

1pm – 12am – 3pm – 6pm – 8am: TCM Gaming vs. Team EnVyUs

12am – 1am – 4pm – 7pm – 9am: Team eLevate vs. Team Kaliber

1am – 2am – 5pm – 8pm – 10am: FaZe vs. OpTic Nation

2am – 3am – 6pm – 9pm – 11am: Denial eSports vs. Isolation eSports

 

Monday, August 31st

1pm – 12am – 3pm – 6pm – 8am: Team Kaliber vs. Epsilon

12am – 1am – 4pm – 7pm – 9am: Team EnVyUs vs. FaZe

1am – 2am – 5pm – 8pm – 10am: TCM Gaming vs. Rise Nation

2am – 3am – 6pm – 9pm – 11am: Isolation eSports vs. Team eLevate

 

Tuesday, September 1st

1pm – 12am – 3pm – 6pm – 8am: OpTic Nation vs. Isolation eSports

12am – 1am – 4pm – 7pm – 9am: FaZe vs. Orbit

1am – 2am – 5pm – 8pm – 10am: Rise Nation vs. Team EnVyUs

2am – 3am – 6pm – 9pm – 11am: OpTic Gaming vs. Denial eSports

 

Wednesday, September 2nd

1pm – 12am – 3pm – 6pm – 8am: Denial eSports vs. OpTic Nation

12am – 1am – 4pm – 7pm – 9am: Epsilon vs. OpTic Gaming

1am – 2am – 5pm – 8pm – 10am: Orbit vs. Team Kaliber

2am – 3am – 6pm – 9pm – 11am: Team eLevate vs. TCM Gaming


 

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MLG 2K + 10K FINAL PLACEMENTS – 27th/28th JUNE

Here’s a quick recap for those of you who missed the action from the MLG 2k and 10K online tournaments last weekend. Some surprises, some upsets and 2 winners. So without further a do, let’s get it underway.

MLG 2K + 10K Online Tournaments

MLG

2K Final Placements
Bracket Link

#1 – OpTic Nation + Attach (Attach, Mirx, Boze, Moch) – $1,135.00 USD *
#2 – eLevate (Classic, Saints, Apathy, Slacked)
#3/4 – Mutiny (Lyric, Nuglect, Riviction, Demise)
#3/4 – EnVyUs (Loony, Aqua, JKap, Octane)
#5/8 – Dream Team
#5/8 – Rise Nation
#5/8 – Denial eSports
#5/8 – Enigma 6

MLG 10K Final Placements
Bracket Link

#1 – OpTic Gaming +1 (Formal, Crimsix, Karma, Zooma) – $2,270.00 USD * and an additional $1,100.00 from Scuf
#2 – OpTic Nation (Mirx, Ricky, Boze, Moch) – $1,135.00 USD
#3/4 – eLevate (Classic, Saints, Apathy, Slacked) – $570.00 USD
#3/4 – Enigma 6 (Parasite, General, MRuiz, Study) – $570.00 USD
#5/8 – Team EnVyUs
#5/8 – Priest Is a Beast
#5/8 – Relapsed
#5/8 – Denial eSports


 

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HCS Indy Final Placements

The final testing ground before the HCS Season 2 Finals took place this weekend in Indianapolis. $50,000 was up for grabs, as well as a heap of HCS Points for the event’s top performers. Here’s how the teams stacked up this time out.

1. Evil Geniuses: Snipedown, Roy, Lunchbox, Lethul
2. Counter Logic Gaming: OGRE2, Snakebite, Cloud, Royal2
3. Denial: Mikwen, APG, Chig, Heinz
4. Winterfox: Randa, Arkanum, Naded, Ryanoob
5. OpTic Gaming: Flamesword, Maniac, Ace, Assault
6. Cloud9: Victory X, FearItSelf, Hysteria, iGotUrPistola
7. Team Liquid: Ninja, Aries, Shooter, Spartan
8. Nobel eSports: ContrA, Cratos, Lifestyle, Suspector


The eight teams for the Grand Final of Season 2 have now been decided.


 

With only weeks to go before the conclusion of the second season of the flagship Halo circuit, we take a look at the teams most affected by this weekend’s results in Indianapolis in this edition of Winners and Losers.

Winners: Evil Geniuses

Was there ever any doubt? Evil Geniuses have dominated the HCS season so far and show little sign of slowing down. With only a month until the HCS Season 2 Grand Final, what better way to mark your territory than a near flawless performance, dropping only three maps en route to the HCS Indy title?

Losers: Cloud9

Dropping to 6th place from 4th seed, Cloud9 are almost certainly the biggest losers coming out of this weekend’s tournament. 3-0 defeats to Evil Geniuses and Winterfox was enough to send C9 packing. Despite beating CLG 3-1 in the Winner Bracket, C9 have found themselves leap frogged by their nearest rivals into 4th seed for the finals. C9 will take the 5th seed into the HCS Grand Final now.

 

Winners: Counter Logic Gaming

Despite suffering early defeat to Cloud9, CLG regained composure and snatched second place from suitors Denial and Winterfox. A stellar weekend was not only enough to earn silver medal honours but also earned CLG some traction in the Season 2 standings where they now occupy 4th place ahead of the Finals.

 

Losers: Winterfox

After slipping up against OpTic Gaming, Winterfox pieced together a mature tournament before narrowly falling short against CLG in the LB Semi Final. While fourth place is by no means a disaster, the result eludes to a lack of progression since their debut performance at Iron Gaming Atlanta.

Photo courtesy of Evil Geniuses


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ACL Sydney 2015 Final Placements

Whilst there was the EGO Organisation event this weekend in Brussels, Belgium, there was also an event down under as the Australian Cyber League held ACL Sydney 2015. In total 16 of the best teams from the Oceania region fought it out for the title of champions, along with a $5,000 (dollars) prize pool.

ACLsyd

Check out the final placements, results and brackets below;

ACL Syndey 2015 Final Placements

#1 – mindfreak Mindfreak.Plantronics
#2 – trident Trident eSports
#3 – avantgarde Avante Garde
#4 – Team Awafi
#5/6 – Uproar.iG
#5/6 – Incept
#7/8 – Plantronics.nV
#7/8 – Elucidate
#9/12 – Citadel Gaming
#9/12 – Esports Militia
#9/12 – Roman Empire
#9/12 – Zero Gravity
#13/16 – Bus Control
#13/16 – Team Exile
#13/16 – Baker’s Delight
#13/16 – PickUps

Main Tournament Bracket

Pro Group

Group A

Group B


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