Beating British teams in each of their three matches, the Spanish side will face Dignitas in a winner bracket final 'tomorrow' with some confidence, owing to the fact that Dignitas are without their regular sniper, Chris 'Blackmane' Kinnair, whose ineligible due to the 18+ age restriction on the event.
The former TEK-9 and Speed-Link player Daniel 'L-KING' Luther replaces Blackmane for the event and despite lineup issues, Dignitas will be looking to secure their second tournament win in a row following the success at the Multiplay i33 event.
In the two other remaining matches, fnatic will play L3, whereas ephix will face Reason Gaming in the lower bracket, both British sides were beaten by Wizards' whereas fnatic slumped to a surprising defeat in their very first game of the tournament (against Reason Gaming), somewhat undermining their first seeding.
- mymym.com [one article]
- SK-Gaming.com [multiple articles, columns and coverage]
- ESReality.com [one column]
- Crossfire.nu [multiple articles, columns and coverage]
eSports media achievements:
- Long-listed for eSports scene journalist Award 2008
- Nominated for best eSports coverage 2008 (SK)
- Nominated for best eSports coverage 2007 (SK)
- Published in Times Higher Education (THE); online and print.
- Long-listed for the Guardian's 2009 International Development Journalism competition; online.
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