After taking the first two games in the best of 5 series, it looked like Team Curse was about to claim the spot at the World Championships that they wanted to badly.
Just a few hours ago, day 3 of the second VGVN Naxxramas Release Tournament kicked off with the semifinals.
They're teammates and practice partners, but one is a wily Brood War veteran and one a storied GSL champions.
This might be the best Starcraft II tournament of the year.
Some of the world's best players are already eliminated, Hyun, Polt, MC, SoS...all gone.
After Team SoloMid managed to overcome LMQ in a thrilling 5-game series, it was now up to Cloud 9 and Team Curse to follow that act.
Yesterday, the second installment of VGVN Naxxramas Tournament kicked off, with eight Hearthstone pros pitted against one another in a Round Robin Group Stage.
A tournament to remember.
I don't remember ever watching a Starcraft II tournament in which so many of the world's elite players were present.
Both of these teams were coming off of disappointing losses last week in the Quarter Finals of the NA, with Counter Logic Gaming in particular feeling down after being swept by Curse, an outcome
After defeating Counter Logic Gaming in what can only be described as an incredible come from behind victory, Dignitas jungler Alberto "Crumbzz" Rengifo joined us for a
Perhaps the most stacked tournament of the year.
Welcome to Toronto, Canada.
IEM Toronto is finally here. Enjoy every second of it.
It's a tournament so good that players like HuK, Jaedong and Leenock had to try to qualify out of the open category.
It's a country where the fans cheer almost as loud for StarCraft II as they do for their hometown hockey team.
Welcome to IEM Toronto gentlemen!
A couple of days ago, PCGamer published an article detailing Blizz