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Quake Pro League Stage 1 Finals - Lucca, Italy (243 comments)
Posted by diegowar @ 15:36 CDT, 29 October 2019 - iMsg
Date : November 2-3
Place : Cathedral of San Romano
When : Starts at 02:00 CST
Stream : https://www.twitch.tv/quake

After 10 Sundays of online Quake Pro League, the pros will once again face-off at LAN.

But before the 20 players single-elim bracket can truly begin, an initial round will be played where challengers (coming from the challenger league) will have a chance to steal the spot of a regular of the QPL.

Belarus cYpheR and Estonia cnz will be the challengers from EU (note : for a while Serbia Serious was in a good spot to be a challenger, but later dropped due to personal reasons).
United States of America dooi and Canada GNiK will be the challengers from NA.
Each challenger will face one of the bottom 2 players from their respective league.

The entire bracket can be followed here : Liquipedia
(note : the top 4 players from the world rankings are seeded two rounds ahead of everyone else, directly in the quarter finals)

Relegation, Quarters, Semis & Final are bo5, while Round of 20 and Round of 12 are bo3.
Edited by diegowar at 07:17 CDT, 1 November 2019 - 22439 Hits
QuakeCon 2019 - Final Day (165 comments)
Posted by diegowar @ 05:42 CDT, 28 July 2019 - iMsg
Day 3, the last day of the round robin, was once again super tense.

As time went on, all eyes turned to Russia Cooller and Germany K1llsen, to see if they would be able to do it, and keep their top 2 placings.

After losing to Ukraine Xron in round 16, Germany K1llsen couldn't afford any more match losses, and the suspense kept rising up until the very last minute of the very last map of the very last match against Canada Cha1n.

But there was also some confusion, a lot of people didn't know how the players were ranked in the round robin, and I think there are still people who don't know. So here is how it works. It was a point system, where you got:

2.25 points for a 2-0 win
2 points for a 2-1 win
1 point for a 1-2 loss
0 point for a 0-2 loss

It was definitely a very tight fight for that n°2 spot. In the final rankings, Germany K1llsen has 37 points, United States of America Rapha is just behind at 36.5 points, and Hungary Raisy has 36.25 points.

But let's not forget about the real man of the day, Russia Cooller. He scored an impressive 38.5 points, out of a maximum 42.75 possible!, simply amazing from the man who already reached the QuakeCon Final in 2006 and 2010. Is the third time going to be the charm?

Only time will tell, but we will first be treated to a series of prize matches with casters. They promise to be close and entertaining. See liquipedia.net/quake for more details. Prizes will probably be announced during the broadcast.

The show starts at 07:00 CST on twitch.tv/quake (Grand Final at 14:00 CST).
Edited by Badb0y at 16:54 CDT, 28 July 2019 - 25056 Hits
QuakeCon 2019 - Standings after the first 2 days (138 comments)
Posted by diegowar @ 05:32 CDT, 27 July 2019 - iMsg
Day 2 of the 2019 QuakeCon Duel Tournament saw a little bit of chaos, with freezes, some maps had to be restarted, servers had to be reboot ... but out of it still came an incredible day full of tense matches, upsets, comebacks, etc ...

This possibility of showing all matches from all POVs has only just arrived, that it will already be sorely missed if it's absent from future tournaments.

What contributes to the excitement, is of course the format. A round robin with 10 matches happening at the same time, and all of them being of great importance. They are what determine what your ranking in the tournament will be, give or take 1 place, as Sunday matches will not be a bracket, but prize matches.

Unlike normal group stages, players here can't afford to lose matches and hope to peak later, they need to be at 100% all the time. And the tension is palpable.

After two long days, and a total of 13 matches played for each player, the standings are:


What becomes apparent from these standings, is that unless things go wrong, six players will be battling for the well coveted top 2 spots of the round robin, giving access to the Grand Final and a shot at being the QuakeCon 2019 champion :

Russia Cooller will be playing against Xron, Nosfa, Whaz, Cha1n, Br1ck and Dramis
Ukraine Xron will be playing against Cooller, Av3k, K1llsen, Dahang, Spart1e and Vengeur
Germany K1llsen will be playing against Base, Garpy, Xron, Nosfa, Whaz and Cha1n
United States of America Rapha will be playing against Nosfa, Whaz, Cha1n, Br1ck, Dramis, Effortless
Italy Vengeur will be playing against Raisy, Toxjq, Psygib, Base, Garpy and Xron
Hungary Raisy will be playing against Vengeur, Sib, Toxjq, Psygib, Base and Garpy

We can predict that United States of America Rapha will be a heavy favorite for all his matches, but he stands 1 win behind Cooller/Xron/K1llsen, so he must hope that at least two of them will lose one match. It is a guarantee that at least 1 of them will lose a match, as Cooller and Xron will face off, as well as K1llsen and Xron. It also means that Cooller, Xron and K1llsen have their fate in their hands, each of them can try to win all their matches and will be guaranteed to reach the final.

Other than Russia Cooller vs Ukraine Xron (09:00 CST) and Germany K1llsen vs Ukraine Xron (12:00 CST), another match to look forward to is Hungary Raisy vs Italy Vengeur (09:00 CST), who right off the bat will face off to determine which of them will stay on track and keep their chances to reach the top 2. There are many more matches that will be interesting, too many to mention them all.

Be sure to refer to the following sites to decide on what to watch.
quake.bethesda.net/news (includes links to the Twitch channels where the player's POV will be streamed), liquipedia.net/quake/Quake_Pro_League
Edited by diegowar at 07:49 CDT, 27 July 2019 - 19570 Hits
QuakeCon 2019 - Quake Champions Pro Duel Tournament Schedule (273 comments)
Posted by diegowar @ 03:46 CDT, 23 July 2019 - iMsg
Date: July 25 - 28
Place: Gaylord Texan, Dallas, USA

Better late than never, I think there ought to at least be a post about QuakeCon 2019 here.

10 players from Europe and 10 players from the Americas have been invited.

Representing Americas: United States of America br1ck, Canada cha1n, United States of America DaHanG, United States of America dramiS, United States of America Effortless, Brazil nosfa, United States of America psygib, United States of America rapha, United States of America sib, United States of America whaz
Representing Europe: Poland Av3k, Russia base, Russia Cooller, United Kingdom GaRpY, Germany k1llsen, Hungary RAISY, Sweden Spart1e, Sweden toxjq, Italy vengeurR, Ukraine Xron

Note: Belarus Cypher was also invited but visa is still an issue, so he once again can't compete. It is also the case for Serbia Serious and possibly Russia Agent.

Game mode is the new mode 'Timelimit Duels' in Quake Champions. Prizepool is yet to be determined, but this tournament is the kickstart to a whole season of Quake.

Schedule
Thursday, July 25 - Round Robin Group Stage, Rounds 1 to 7 - 09:00 CST to 17:00 CST
Friday, July 26 - Round Robin Group Stage, Rounds 8 to 13 - 09:00 CST to 17:00 CST
Saturday, July 27 - Round Robin Group Stage, Rounds 14 to 19 - 09:00 CST to 16:00 CST
Sunday, July 28 - Playoffs and Grand Final - 07:00 CST to 16:00 CST

Full schedule for each player, with Twitch stream links.
Live Stream
tv.quakecon.org, twitch.tv/quake

The round robin can be followed on tv.quakecon.org. You can switch between each of the players' streams. The play-offs will be entirely streamed on 1 channel, twitch.tv/quake.
Scores and Final Standings can be followed on liquipedia.net/quake.

Links: quakecon.org, bethesda.net
Edited by Lam at 15:34 CDT, 27 July 2019 - 38624 Hits
Fatal1ty is Making a Come Back to Competitive Gaming! (54 comments)
Posted by diegowar @ 23:43 CDT, 3 November 2018 - iMsg
Jonathan ”Fatal1ty” Wendel, countless times world champion in his days, is coming back to show who is the best again.

He takes part in a fierce battle. All his years of experience playing Quake and other fast paced shooters will surely give him the edge to victory.

Can he do it ? The format is a reality show "Heroes & Superstars" and the game is played on mobile phones and is called "Heroes of Warland".

Every Thursday starting with the 15th of November, 8PM (CET) on Twitch : https://www.twitch.tv/heroesandsuperstars

https://www.nitrogames.com/all-superstars-ann...uperstars/

Fatal1ty Introduction Video : https://twitter.com/HeroesSuperstar/status/1058704379430211585



Edited by diegowar at 14:09 CST, 15 November 2018 - 18506 Hits
Italian e-Sports Open 2018 - Quake Champions (46 comments)
Posted by diegowar @ 06:14 CDT, 28 October 2018 - iMsg
Dates : October 31st and November 1st


Prize money:
- 1st : $2,500 + paid hotel & travel to DHW18
- 2nd : $1,750 + paid hotel & travel to DHW18
- 3rd : $1,250 + paid hotel & travel to DHW18
- 4th : $750 + paid hotel & travel to DHW18
- 5th/6th : $500

The top 4 is also directly qualified into DHW18.


Schedule :

Wednesday (31/10) : Double Elim Groups, 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM
Thursday (01/11) : Double Elim Bracket, 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM
(All times CET)


8 Invited International Players :

United Kingdom Garpy
Hungary Raisy
Belarus Clawz
Ukraine Xron
Germany K1llsen
United States of America Rapha
Russia Cooller
Belarus Cypher

1 Invited Italian : Italy Vengeur
1 Online-Qualified Italian : Italy Polterizer


Important : Clawz & K1llsen are "seeded players" and apparently completely bypass the whole first day of group stage.


Website : https://www.italianopen.eu/timetable/event/italianesportsopen/

Stream : https://www.twitch.tv/esl_quake, https://www.twitch.tv/quake

Results :
Group A https://play.eslgaming.com/quake/global/quake...a/bracket/
Group B https://play.eslgaming.com/quake/global/quake...b/bracket/
Double Elim https://play.eslgaming.com/quake/global/quake...l/bracket/
Liquipedia page https://liquipedia.net/quake/ESL/2018/Italian_Esports_Open
Edited by diegowar at 19:37 CDT, 1 November 2018 - 14845 Hits
ESWC 2018 Quake Champions (18 comments)
Posted by diegowar @ 04:06 CDT, 26 October 2018 - iMsg
Prize money:
- 1st : $5,000
- 2nd : $2,500
- 3rd/4th : $1,250

Date : October 26-27

Day 1 : Group Stage (for seedings) + Quarter Finals
Day 2 : Semi-Finals & Final

Start time : 09:30 AM (CEST)

4 Invited Europeans :
- Cooller
- Clawz
- Raisy
- Garpy

4 French :
- Bonz
- Greg2fram
- Nykho
- Torkey


Results :
https://liquipedia.net/quake/ESports_World_Convention/2018
https://www.toornament.com/tournaments/188011...238854144/
https://www.toornament.com/tournaments/188011...542143488/


Streaming :
https://www.twitch.tv/eswc_quake (french)
https://www.twitch.tv/zlive (english)
https://www.twitch.tv/cyberfight (russian)
Edited by diegowar at 07:41 CDT, 26 October 2018 - 6748 Hits
Toying with Major (8 comments)
Posted by diegowar @ 05:39 CDT, 22 June 2017 - iMsg



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Rating: 2.6 (4 votes)
Played a couple of games with Major on Nightmare, as usual trying to win by 40 frags difference for fun, and because I hit a couple mid-airs, I decided to go through the demos and try to make something with that, just to see what it would look like. Well here it is.

Youtube Link

How bad is it ?
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Quake 3 - Nightmare Speedrun (37'17'') (17 comments)
Posted by diegowar @ 15:18 CDT, 27 June 2016 - iMsg



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This is a speed-run of Quake 3 Arena single player in Nightmare difficulty.

I made a small intro which looked silly on paper and looks even stupider now. But I decided to leave it :)

Youtube link

This is the last run I will ever make of this game, it took way too much time and effort, and I'm not even satisfied with the results.

Also : Don't expect pro-player aim here, I'm just a random guy. But this is the world record as far as I know.
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