MWAVE E-Sports April Update
15 April 2014
It has been a busy few weeks at MWAVE Australia working with the community to push out various online E-Sports tournaments via CyberGamer. Let’s have a look at the recent competitions and results with a brand new tournament just announced.
ManKid Presents ‘Remember the Days’ BF3 5v5 Conquest Competition
MWAVE Australia has teamed up with ManKid from the CyberGamer community to host a ‘Remember the Days’ competition for Battlefield 3. Prizes up for grabs will be a SteelSeries V2 Heat Orange Edition Headset for all players who placed first and the runner up team a SteelSeries 4HD Mouse Mat.
For your chance to relive the maps from BF3 such as Operation Metro and Seine Crossing – head over to the announcement page on CyberGamer here for more details and registration.
CyberGamer CS: GO Season 3 Final Placings
The Counter Strike: Global Offensive Season 3 competition hosted by CyberGamer has come to a conclusion. Thanks to all teams who participated in the competition and congratulations to those who walked away with prize money. Here are the results:
First Place: regulators - $1,600
Second Place: TRIDENT - $800
First Place: Control eSports - $700
Second Place: SEQUENTIAL GAMING - $400
First Place: Vice - $350
Second Place: Virtual - $150
VOX CS:GO Aftermath Weekend Competition
Another competition that came to a conclusion was VOX PLAY Aftermath Tournament for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive which saw teams competing for the $500 Cash Prize Pool. The event showcased 24 teams battling for the final 8 with Vox Eminor taking out first place and Sequential Gaming taking out second place. Congratulations to the winning teams and thanks to community for their support.
You can check out more details about the competition here, including brackets and final standings.
Call of Duty: Ghosts 4v4 Season Two Championship
On the Xbox One side, Season Two of the 4v4 MWAVE Call of Duty: Ghosts Championship also came to a close with Team Immunity taking out the top position followed by T.1 Dotters and AVANT-GARDE. With a total pool of $2,000 cash prize on offer, Team Immunity took home a nice pay check of $1,200 defeating T.1 Dotters whom recently placed fifth in the Call of Duty Championship 2014 in LA. Congratulations to the winning teams and a big thanks to all the participating teams involved. Also a shout out to the CyberGamer team for hosting the championship.
Read more about the Season Two Championship here.
Written by: Agus 'Goosenstuffs' Berry (From TheGamersPad)