Collegiate Colosseum has announced a multi-game esports event for North American university and college students, which will offer $100,000 in scholarships and prizes spread across competitions in Overwatch, League of Legends, Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, Super Smash Bros.
Melee and Hearthstone.The event promises to pit 100 university and college esports teams against one another, and expects as many as 2,000 participants in Las Vegas on Dec. 19-21.
Its billed as a first-of-its-kind event, and the largest collegiate-level tournament in NA this year."CCNA’s vision is to introduce a competitive environment at the collegiate level, while helping students pay for tuition and bridging the gap to the professional leagues," event director Kitty Nguyen said in a press release.The organizations first esports event was held earlier this year in Orange County, with 15 schools participating in tournaments for Heroes of the Storm, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Street Fighter V, Smash 4 and LoL. Tournament organizers said they have seen enough interest from university and college teams to take their next event national.
In addition to offering prizes and scholarships for competitors, CCNA said it plans to match each prize with an equal-value contribution to the school each winner represents.Registration for Collegiate Colosseum is open from Aug. 31 to Sept. 22, and online qualifiers will be held between Sept. 23 and Dec. 2.Daniel Rosen is a news editor for theScore esports.
i cant see anything suspicious in that videoclip?
toogled what no?
aimlock is everybodys favourite now, and here you see i smooth aim movement, no bumb with the mouse or his aim is locking on a enemy, clearly smooth aim, you can always see if it is aimlock, AIM who is locking on a enemy, it is clear from a sky when flusha is doing it, you can see on the aim if it is bumbing and jumping all over the place, like when flusha is saying "im a mouselifter" haha, then you can see his aim is flying from place to place, no smooth movement, that is what everybody is calling aimlock... coldzera and flusha is the aimlock masters, the coder they are using is so fucking rich, maybe the coder is gettin 20 percent of the players tournament money
After hinting at it when they signed Australian Overwatch team, Untitled Spreadsheet, Tempo Storm have acquired a North American Overwatch roster.Tempo Storm signs North American Overwatch roster: https://t.co/dHrmrFFw1B pic.twitter.com/fbz58g8fAk— Tempo Storm (@Tempo_Storm) August 31, 2016
Captain David "NapTime" Fox, DPS Liam "Mangachu" Campbell, support Ian "BreadExpert" Chaplin, and manager Shane "Dvexx" Waters all come to the team from Northern Gaming Red, after parting ways with the org last week.
The team are still conducting tryouts for the sixth slot."We feel confident that Tempo Storm will help push and support our team to reach our true potential," NapTime said in a statement.
RELATED: Q&A: Northern Gaming Red look to prove that they belong among Overwatchs bestWhile the team placed third at the OG Invitational, they failed to qualify for either the Overwatch Open or the Atlantic Showdown.
Follow him on Twitter, itll be great for his self-esteem.
"Being a part of an organization that can nurture your players is equally as important as putting in practice time, and we feel like we will get that with Tempo Storm."Sasha Erfanian is a news editor for theScore esports.
Due to personal issues, compLexitys Shawn "witmer" Taylor will miss Northern Arena, running from September 1-4.
Kalibers Cory "APE" Bate will stand in for the team in Toronto.
compLexity have run into last-minute trouble, as Shawn " " Taylor wont be able to attend the $100,000 event because of personal issues.
The teams latest addition, Michael " " Stapells, took to Twitter to reveal Kalibers Cory " " Bate will be standing in for the team throughout the tournament.
APE to stand in for compLexity at Northern Arena
Stapells and company have been placed in Group C, which also features ACE, Cloud9 and Rogue whom theyll face first at on September 2nd.
compLexity will attend Northern Arena with the following five:
Jesse "JerAx" Vainikka, Gustav "s4" Magnusson and Anathan "Ana" Pham have joined OG, the team announced Wednesday.RELATED: JerAx leaves Team Liquid"We are extremely excited with our growing family and eagerly await their debut in the near future," OG said in a statement.
Miracle- and Cr1t- have not announced their destination.Preston Dozsa is a news editor for theScore esports.
"A heartfelt thank you to our fans that have showed their continued support through the ups and downs.
You motivate us to be the best."New WavesRead: https://t.co/OQfXQlQxoV pic.twitter.com/QMouoQ5a61— OG (@OGDota2) August 31, 2016
JerAx has spent a very successful past season on Team Liquid, while s4 is well-known for his time with Alliance.
Moon went on to join Digital Chaos, replacing David “Moo” Hull.
She might be relatively new to the world of esports, having only taken over as CEO of H2k-Gaming on April 7, but Susan Tully has already experienced the thrill of success as her team emerged victorious in the EU LCS Summer Playoffs third-place match.After H2Ks win, Marcel "Dexter" Feldkamp spoke with Tully about her player-first philosophy to managing her team, get her take on the recent growing discussion relating to the financial viability of the competitive League of Legends ecosystem and how the EU LCS being based in Germany can cause headaches for organizations.For more video interviews and highlights, be sure to subscribe to theScore esports on YouTube.
The full team list for eXTREMESLAND Asia Finals is following:
eXTREMESLAND Asia Finals is set to take place from September 22-25 in Shanghai, China.
As eXTREMESLAND China Finals have come to a close, with VG.CyberZen grabbing the win over Born Of Fire 2-1 (Mirage 16-6, Train 16-19, Cobblestone 16-4), the team list of the $50,000 Asia Finals is now complete.
Over the last two months a total of nine regional qualifiers for the eXTREMESLAND Asia Finals, each featuring offline finals at the end, have taken place for 12 spots at the $50,000 event.
From August 30-31, eight Chinese teams fought for four of the 12 spots in the very last regional finals, including Chinas number two team VG.CyberZen.
Born Of Fire will however not take part in the Asia Finals, as the event clashes with the CSL Finals, and will be replaced by Group As third-placed team, AllGamers.
That was pretty sick by ustilo
USTLIO suprises me a lot past few months, second best RNG player after azr. apprently he hasnt played for as long as the rest too, just natural talent
G E N E T I C S
AU CS :) but it seems to work great for him here
that window jump under so much pressure is alone pretty sick +1 just what I was thinking I cant even do that with no pressure and im LEM lol
YES THANK YOU, much better than nothings play from that game
That was awesome - one of the best ive seen in CSGO in terms of movement/gamesense
Even though C9 won, RNG seemed more competent throughout.
With Northern Arena knocking on the door, we have put together a viewers guide where you can find all the information you need to keep up with the event, including the groups, schedule, and broadcast crew.
Toronto Convention Centre will play host to Northern Arena 2016 which will commence on September 1 and end on September 4.
Here are the groups:
Eight teams who manage to get through the groups will play in the single-elimination best-of-three playoffs.
The competition will kick off with a GSL format in the group stage which features four groups of four teams.
The prize pool for the event taking place in Toronto, Canada will be $100,000.
He has since played for teams such as Prophecy, Epsilon eSports, and Vitality.Storm, and joined Millenium at the start of Black Ops III.Olivia Da Silva is a news editor at theScore esports.
They were considered one of the top contenders out of the EU teams attending Champs, but it is unclear how the team dynamic will change with MiRx taking Swannys place.Swanny has been a household name in CoD esports since 2011, when he placed fourth at CoD XP with Team Infused.
She likes piña coladas, getting caught in the rain, and dank no-scopes.
Milleniums Callum "Swanny" Swan will not be attending the Call of Duty World Championships, according to commentator Clint "Maven" Evans, who broke the news during the CoD Champs Preview Show."We were informed earlier today, Swanny had reached out to us at the XP crew basically to let us know hes not going to be able to attend the event," Maven said.
Jovani "fabbbyyy" Guilen has parted ways with Team Liquid, according to a tweet made by fabbbyyy on Tuesday.LFT NACS/LCS contact email@example.com or dm with offers— Jovani Guillen (@FabbbyyyLoL) August 30, 2016
The American AD carry was replaced by rookie Phil "Jynthe" Vu on the teams starting roster earlier this month, days after Jynthe subbed in for him in Game 3 of Liquids quarterfinal match against Counter Logic Gaming.RELATED: Team Liquid to start Jynthe in NA Regional FinalsThough Liquid still lost the match 3-1, their one win in the series came just after subbing Jynthe in.
He scored a 7/2/6 KDA in his very first LCS match.fabbbyyy has alternated between Team Liquid and Team Liquid Academy since joining the org in January 2015.
In the summer split, he had a 4.67 average KDA and 365 gold per minute.
He favors Ashe and Jhin.Sasha Erfanian is a news editor for theScore esports.
Follow him on Twitter, itll be great for his self-esteem.
The Russian team Spirit has prevailed in the Global Offensive Champions League Season 4, beating the Polish team PRIDE in the grand final.
The final standing and prize distribution for Global Offensive Champions League Season 4 is as follows:
With this win, Spirit claim their third title in online competitions this month - adding to the wins in the Betway Invitational and the Stream.me Gauntlet EU #1.
Michał " " Wójcicki was the only PRIDE player to have a positive K-D as Spirit plowed through the Terrorist side once again.
DavCost had a standout performance in the grand final DavCost had a standout performance in the grand final
PRIDEs pick was next and it was Mirage to be played, but not much changed on the server itself.
The fans have voted and the rosters for the 51 national teams attending Blizzcon 2016 for the Overwatch World Cup include more than a few pro players.RELATED: Overwatch World Cup to take place at BlizzCon, feature national teamsAccording to the rosters revealed on the Play Overwatch website, NRGs Brandon "Seagull" Larned will be leading Team America.
Theyre joined by teammate Lauri "mafu" Rasi and Dignitas player Jiri "LiNkzr" Masalin.Lets go boys @zappisOW @LiNkzrOW @mafu_ow @hymzi .
Tori and vodka awaits @PlayOverwatch pic.twitter.com/ua9efrrvA1— Timo Kettunen (@EnVy_Taimou) August 30, 2016
Showcasing impressive strategic voting, China locked in five members of Invictus Gaming Fire.
Console him on Twitter.
The top 16 teams in the qualifiers will get a free trip to Blizzcon and an appearance fee in lieu of a prize pool.Blizzcon will take place Nov. 4-5 in sunny Anaheim, California.Sasha Erfanian is very disappointed there isnt a Canadian Overwatch hero yet.
The groups for WESG China Finals, set to take place from October 1-4 in Suzhou, have been drawn.
The China Finals for WESG will have a total of 175,000 RMB (~$26,000) on offer as well as a single spot at the $1.5-million Global Finals and two spots at the Asia-Pacific Regional Finals.
Groups will be played in a round-robin, best-of-one format, with top two sides advancing to best-of-three, single-elimination playoffs.
VG.CyberZen will once again attempt to break TyLoos winning streak
A total of 18 teams will take part in the tournament taking place in Suzhou, located in the Chinese Jiangsu province, from October 1-4.
You can see the group draw below:
The prizepool and spots distribution is following:
I will do my best!— Maikel Bill (@maikelele) August 30, 2016
"We are extremely happy to have Maikel ”Maikelele” Bill back and wish him the best of luck playing with us," NiPs Petter Nillson said in a statement.
Before that, hell get a chance to re-don his Ninja regalia for NiPs EPL Week 3 match against mousesports on Sept. 1.Sasha Erfanian is a news editor for theScore esports.
"As this is not a permanent opportunity for Joakim, we do not want to hold him back from evolving in his own team, Epsilon Esports.
Most recently he played with FaZe clan, but left the team in April and announced plans to start his own roster in July.
Follow him on Twitter, itll be great for his self-esteem.
The guys on the squad and those I worked around are people that Ive befriended over many years.
He is, however, standing in for Escape Gaming during their WCA qualifiers while Max "qojqva" Broecker is on vacation.
The roster lock date for the Fall Major is Sept. 18, and the organization said they plan to announce the details of their new team soon.Sean Wetselaar is a supervising editor for theScore esports.
His current health problems are unrelated to his previous back issues, he said. "[I] have decided to take a break from competitive gameplay for this first major to focus on getting that under control," Chessie said in a statement.
Nearly every major Chinese Dota team has dropped their roster within the span of an hour on Monday.Vici Gaming, Vici Gaming Reborn, LGD-Gaming, EHOME, CDEC Gaming, CDEC Youth, CDEC Avenger, Newbee Young, Invictus Gaming and Invictus Gaming Vitality have all dropped their rosters, though Vici Gaming have not released Liu "Sylar" Jiajun.
Newbee also dropped their roster earlier on Monday.It is still possible for players to rejoin their teams due to the two stage system Valve has implemented for roster locks.
Beyond that, NY has not qualified for any events outside of China, with poor performances in qualifiers throughout 2016.Preston Dozsa is a news editor for theScore esports.
A poor Group Stage sent LGD to the Lower Bracket, where they would fall outside of the Top 8 after losing to Digital Chaos in the second round.
Players can leave or be dropped by teams up to Sept. 4, at which point players can join any team until Sept. 18.This marks the single biggest change so far in the post-TI6 roster shuffle.
Epic Esports Events have revealed details for the EPICENTER: Moscow event, including the dates, venue, invited teams and distribution of the $500,000 prizepool.
While the European closed qualifier is underway, Epic Esports Events released all important details for the $500,000 event, which will take place in Moscows VTB Ice Palace, a 14,000-seater indoor arena.
Groups of EPICENTER: Moscow will be played in a best-of-two, round-robin format, with all four teams going through to best-of-three, single-elimination playoffs.
According to a statement given by CEO Mark Averbukh, Epic Esports Events are looking to provide an "exceptional stage design", which they lived up to in their first EPICENTER event in DotA 2.
Virtus.pro are among invitees for EPICENTER: Moscow
However, the organizers expect to have off-days between the groups and playoffs to finalize stage preparations, as only the playoffs will be played on-stage.
Renegades Call of Duty team, formerly known as Ground Zero, will compete at the Call of Duty World Championships this weekend.Preston Dozsa is a news editor for theScore esports.
I hope my experience in sports can positively impact Renegades and, in turn, the eSports industry."Jerebko acquired Renegades CS:GO and Call of Duty teams with the purchase.
Boston Celtics forward Jonas Jerebko has bought the rights to the Renegades franchise from Christopher "MonteCristo" Mykles.“The opportunity to own Renegades and bring some of my knowledge from professional basketball to eSports is incredible,” said Jerebko in a press release. “I grew up in the video game era, and I was exposed to Counter-Strike at a young age.
The CS:GO team currently plays in the ESL Pro League Season 4 — North America and will compete in the second season of ELEAGUE in September.
Qualifying for their second Major, Newbee managed to avoid their third straight last-place finish at a Valve event by placing in the Top 12 at The Shanghai Major.
Placing second at EPICENTER, Newbee took that momentum to a strong third place finish at The Manila Major, guaranteeing themselves an invite to TI6 in the process.
Newbee has released their entire roster, according to Valves team registration website.Earlier this month, Hao said in a Weibo post that he would be taking at least a six month break from Dota 2, with the possibility of retiring permanently.
Due to the new two stage roster lock system Valve has implemented, it is still possible for the released players to rejoin Newbee after the first stage ends on Sept. 4.Newbee’s history has been defined by highs and lows, from winning The International 4 to finishing TI5 in last place.
Heading into TI6, Newbee won their first LAN since 2014 with a win at Nanyang Dota 2 Championships Season 2.Yet as strong as Newbee were prior to TI6, the team struggled out of the gate in Seattle, placing third in Group B during the Group Stage.
of course it depends on the action and the commentary itself, but the one you pasted isnt any good either - at least for the people who have played cs for many years, because they know when the action is good and deserves praise. they (we) dont need random shouting "he gets the 1st and the 2nd and the 3rd" to tell them that the frag is good :)
so, my suggestion to hltvorg would be to get someone to analyze the round slightly more indepth than "wow amazing frag". sure live commentating is one thing but they could really take the time for a post-game analysis, msayin
i see what youre trying to say, i still like what certain commentaries can add to a clip, but its definitely overused. watched most of your movies btw, ever thought of editing some csgo stuff or do you just dislike the game? yeah i know what you mean as well i guess, some commentaries (very rarely) make my hairs stand up, dno if its a phrase in english :D
i am in fact getting into csgo moviemaking yeah, i have 2 projects ready to start (szpero the polish player, and saveeey, a slovenian guy). but before i start im gonna wait for paniqs csgo moviemaking tutorial in 7 parts, i just know hes gonna give some good info on how to record properly (gotvs are FUCKED)
tried editing some stuff earlier this year but i sort of lost interest because its not worth the effort, was going to create a huge fragmovie about the best of csgo in 2016, but its on hold now. i feel like actual good edits dont really get any recognition anymore nowadays anyway.
this was actually my first real edit:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PjGq_Zcejxk csgo moviemaking generally is a pain in the ass, the demoUI is full of bugs and there are barely any POV demos around, its all gotv nowadays.tried editing some stuff earlier this year but i sort of lost interest because its not worth the effort, was going to create a huge fragmovie about the best of csgo in 2016, but its on hold now. i feel like actual good edits dont really get any recognition anymore nowadays anyway.this was actually my first real edit: if that was my first real edit id be proud tbh. i wanna see more csgo movies like that, tho yours is clearly not finished / polished. 2bad :)
for now im making short 15sec videos to learn to record and to find the settings i like, theyre not public ofc... will see
yeah the amount of recognition doesnt have that much to do with the editing quality nowadays, its way more about the marketing ability (including knowing the right people), using popular music, choosing the right player (the one thats relevant at the moment youre releasing the movie), etc blah blah. i dont even concern about the views for all these reasons :)
ive subscribed to your channel just now and expect to see some new csgo clips some time xD
here are some clips of the 2016 movie i was going to make:
i still have the vegas projects, but idk if im going to finish that, would be lots of work i dont know, my main goal was to get a decent ammount of subscribers and make some money off of it, but i feel like theres no room for new editors on youtube anymore, guess i should have started earlier haha.here are some clips of the 2016 movie i was going to make:i still have the vegas projects, but idk if im going to finish that, would be lots of work
The venue for SL i-League StarSeries Season 2 Finals will be Kievs National Palace of Arts "Ukraina", Starladder have revealed earlier today.
Earlier this week Starladder have revealed that they decided to move the $300,000 event from Nanjing to Kiev, as the G20 summit resulted in a temporary change of Chinas visa policy and several players were denied visas.
The National Palace of Arts "Ukraina", which is typically used for concerts and has a capacity of 3,700, has been chosen as the new venue for the 16-team tournament running from September 7-11.
Tickets for the StarSeries Season 2 Finals, ranging from $4-$8, can be purchased via Karabas
The following 15 teams will travel to Kiev next week.
SK s replacement is expected to be announced in the coming days:
LGD Gaming has confirmed that Lu "Maybe" Yao has not left the organization in a post on Weibo.In a statement, LGD said that Maybe will remain with the team, and that the organization plans to build a new roster with him as the center.The news comes a day after Maybe left the team according to Valves team registration website.
Due to the two-stage roster lock system, where players can only be officially added to teams after the drop phase concludes on Sept. 4, it is possible for players to rejoin their teams after they have previously left them.Preston Dozsa is a news editor for theScore esports.
H2k-Gaming took care of business on Saturday, deftly defeating the Unicorns of Love 3-1 to secure third place in the EU LCS Summer playoffs and give themselves the best shot at returning to the World Championship.After the series, Marcel "Dexter" Feldkamp chatted with the MVP of the third place match, Yoo "Ryu" Sang-ook, about his teams mid-game issues, a possible return to the world stage and the secrets of the "battle nap."For more video interviews and highlights, be sure to subscribe to theScore esports on YouTube.
Notably, Rogue were sent to the lower bracket after being upset by FaZe Clan in the EU Group B Winners Bracket Finals.
In North America, Team EnVyUs, Cloud9, Fnatic, NRG eSports, Splyce, Sodipop, Team Liquid and Method qualified for the playoffs.
The team later qualified for the playoffs with a 2-0 win over Tornado.ROX in the groups Losers Finals.
EU Grand Finals, where the winner will take home the $100,000 grand prize.The North American Regional Finals will run from Sept. 25-26, while the European Regional Finals will be held from Sept. 28-29, in the ELEAGUE Arena in Atlanta, Georgia.
With the dust settled on the qualifiers and the group stages, the 16 teams playing in the Overwatch Open LAN Regional Finals have been decided.From Europe, ANOX, Misfits, FaZe Clan, Rogue, REUNITED, Ninjas in Pyjamas, Luminosity Gaming and Team Dignitas made it out of groups.
Daryl "iceiceice" Koh Pei Xiang has left EHOME, according to Valves team registration website.Prior to leaving EHOME, iceiceice sent out a series of tweets looking for a mid player in the SEA region.
He hopes the next team iceiceice joins will be nicenicenice.
They would subsequently finish first in Group B, losing only two games in the Group Stage and never dropping a series.
On Sunday, the day before he left EHOME, iceiceice said that he had found his new mid.looking for position 2 player! sea region! pm me if interested— iceiceice (@iceiceicedota) August 23, 2016
i got my mid guy thanks everyone! disabled pm— iceiceice (@iceiceicedota) August 28, 2016
iceiceice originally joined EHOME in March, departing Vici Gaming alongside his teammate Lu "Fenrir" Chao in the wake of a string of disappointing results following The Frankfurt Major, where VG placed in the Top 6.