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Coverage: Beat it
rapha wins FnaticMSI BEAT IT Finals (1088 comments)
Posted by mickzerofive @ 15:32 CST, 25 November 2010 - iMsg
The BEAT IT Finals at DreamHack Winter 2010 is now over. Make sure you watch the VOD's made by Level Up TV and demos.

Final rankings
cup_gold United States of America SK-rapha - $6,000 + MSI GT663
cup_silver Belarus srs/rzr/Cypher- $3,000
cup_bronze France fnatic\strenx - $1,500
4th. Russia mouz.Cooller
5-6th. Poland av3k, Germany k1llsen
7-8th. Italy stermy, United States of America DaHanG
9-12th. zsx, spart1e, dem0n, noctis
13-16th. Vo0, fazz, tox1c, GUard

Streams: mIRCTwitter Level Up TV (VODs / YouTube, spec demos), Germany gS-TV, DH Main Stage
Links: Brackets, Fnatic
Coverage: TEK9, SK, StermyTV, Germany Fragster, France FFF
Edited by xou at 19:05 CDT, 30 August 2011 - 287988 Hits
BEAT IT: Qualified players (79 comments)
Posted by mickzerofive @ 05:42 CST, 18 November 2010 - iMsg
Poland Bogdan 'Bodzo' Mazur is not able to participate in the MSI BEAT IT Quake Live tournament at Dreamhack and he will be replaced by his team mate Poland Robert 'tox1c' Kopczynsk.

A few days ago we have been informed that Universal Soldier player Bodzo isn't able to attend Dreamhack Winter and resigned from the tournament, thus leaving an empty spot to be filled. tox1c has been an active player of almost every PLAY BEAT IT QL qualifier and placed fourth in the last chance qualifier right behind Cooller.

Also MSI have decided to further up the prize pool adding the MSI GT663 Laptop as a first place prize. We are all very excited to see the Dream Hack event unfold and we wish the best of luck to all competitors.


Links: News Post, Fnatic
Edited by xou at 05:54 CST, 24 November 2010 - 18511 Hits
MSI BEAT IT Qualifier #2 (56 comments)
Posted by xou @ 10:52 CDT, 30 October 2010 - iMsg
Scheduled: 10:00 CDT, 30 October 2010 to 14:00 CDT, 30 October 2010
Schedule: Passed

The 3rd 2nd qualifier for the MSI BEAT IT tournament at DreamHack Winter 2010 will be played Wednesday 27th of October.


Update: Qualified players are Poland bodzo, Italy Stermy and Russia Cooller.

VODs: Level Up TV
Link: Brackets, mIRC #fnatic.play
Edited by xou at 07:06 CDT, 31 October 2010 - 17515 Hits
LAST CHANCE TO QUALIFY FOR MSI BEATIT (323 comments)
Posted by mickzerofive @ 07:12 CDT, 27 October 2010 - iMsg
UPDATED: Postponed qualifier #2 will be hosted on Saturday, 30th with the start at 17:00 CET. This was because it clashed with the Dreamhack Qualifier, which has now been changed from 14:00 start to 13:00 CET.

As many of the players required, we have moved Qualifier #2 to Saturday, 30th of October. Seeing as there is IEM night on Wednesday and some players have to commit to their work and other non e-sports related stuff, we have met their need and postponed the qualifier.

This last qualifier will however differ from previous two as not 4 players will qualify for MSI BEAT IT QuakeLive tournament at DreamHack, but 3 slots will be available for Sweden. The reason is the confirmed invitation of Netherlands Sander "Vo0" Kaasjager, famous Quake player.

Qualifier on Saturday will be played in best-of-three format from the beginning just like the previous one. Level UP Tv will of course be there to provide stream for your viewing pleasure.


Links: Fnatic.com, Level Up TV
Edited by xou at 10:15 CDT, 31 October 2010 - 100479 Hits
MSI BEAT IT rescheduled (32 comments)
Posted by roychez @ 10:03 CDT, 19 August 2010 - iMsg
fnatic3 FnaticMSI has issued an update regarding the MSI BEAT IT Quake Live Grand Finals in Beijing, China.

From America we could see United States of America Shane "rapha" Hendrixson qualify and from Europe we saw Germany Marcel "k1llsen" Paul taking gold. These two champions will be joined by two more players, one each from FnaticMSI And Evil Geniuses. These four players along with more champion gamers were originally supposed to go to Beijing, today we can confirm that the Quake Live championship won't happen in China, instead we will hold it in a few months, tentatively slated for DreamHack Winter in November.

This is a very unfortunate situation for us as being FnaticMSI we've always loved and supported the game through PLAY, our own CTF squad as well, clearly we have shown our solidarity for this amazing First Person Shooter, however this was situation was out of MSI's control as id Software were unavailable to help them set up a LAN tournament in China.

While we can confirm four slots for the Quake Live tournament we will be announcing the final event which we are hoping will have a bigger star studded lineup. There will be eight more slots open for players, but these will be invite only as of now. More details will be launched.

We'd also like to confirm that the prize money won't change and that along with MSI we're showing our full strength to this tournament. Just for a reminder, the total prize money will still be a massive $10,500 in cash prizes in addition to the winner getting himself a hard earned MSI GT660.

Source: fnatic.com
Edited by xou at 12:38 CDT, 19 August 2010 - 11268 Hits
FnaticMSI PLAY BEAT IT Online Finals (341 comments)
Posted by mickzerofive @ 15:24 CDT, 1 August 2010 - iMsg
Scheduled: 12:00 CDT, 1 August 2010 to 14:00 CDT, 1 August 2010
Schedule: Passed

This weekend commences the fnatic3 FnaticMSI PLAY BEAT IT Quake Live Online Finals. Thirty two names, do or die single elimination rounds, three winners will be invited to our Beijing LAN tournament and the Champion to be flown on behalf of FnaticMSI.


VODs: Level Up
Written: Day 1, Day 2, Final Day
Links: Fnatic PLAY, Brackets, mIRC fnatic.play
Edited by xou at 07:52 CDT, 2 August 2010 - 131570 Hits
BEAT IT Last Chance Qualifier! (10 comments)
Posted by fnaticStreeT @ 08:18 CDT, 18 July 2010 - iMsg
Three qualifiers are behind us and there is only one tournament left to qualify for BEAT IT online finals that will be held from 23rd until 25th July.

Tournament starts tonight at 18:00 CET, while check-in will happen 1 hour prior to tournament, at 17:00 CET. Prize for 1st place is $175, second $75 while top 4 finishers will qualify for the online finals.

As you already know, winner of the online finals will win cash, book a ticket to Beijing along with paid hotel to participate in LAN event MSI is hosting from 4th until 6th September.

Besides that prize for the first place, 2nd and 3rd placed at the end of a tournament will also earn money, but also accommodation for tournament in Beijing. We are proud to announce that prize purse for QuakeLive tournament in China will be 10,500$.

Not all of the invited players are yet confirmed. We urge those to email street@fnatic.com re their invitation or msg fnatic\StreeT at IRC.

LVL UP Tv will broadcast games so make sure you tune in!

SIGN UP!

Edited by becks at 03:08 CDT, 19 July 2010 - 6260 Hits
FnaticMSI PLAY BEAT IT - Q#2 Tonight (38 comments)
Posted by fnaticStreeT @ 06:38 CDT, 8 July 2010 - iMsg
After very intense and successful tournaments in Call of Duty 4 and Counter Strike 1.6, it is time to move on to the ql Quake Live qualifiers. We will host four Quake Live qualification tournaments where the top 4 from each qualifier will advance to our online finals to meet with 16 invited players, making it a total of 32 European players.

Update: Qualifier #2 was postponed again.


Stream: Levelup TV
Links: Qualifications #1 Brackets, Sign up for Qualifications #2 - Twitter mIRC
Edited by xou at 18:04 CDT, 8 July 2010 - 11608 Hits
FnaticMSI Play launches BEAT IT (107 comments)
Posted by Nukm @ 05:26 CDT, 9 June 2010 - iMsg
Multigaming-clan fnatic announced that in cooperation with MSI and fnatic PLAY they will be hosting a series of tournaments for qlcz Quake Live Duel, cs Counter-Strike 1.6, Call of Duty 4, Heroes of Newerth for prizes worth 65,000$. QL and CS players will have the chance to qualify for the LAN finals in China Beijing at the 4th of September, with a $45,000 prize purse.

Amateur teams and players will have their chance to qualify for the finals and battle invited duellers in the QuakeLive tournament and top European teams in CS 1.6. The Qualifiers will be streamed by Level UP TV.


Qualifying for the LAN event in Beijing means that team's travel costs (flights) will be paid. Besides qualifying for the LAN event in Asia, winners of the Quake Live and CS 1.6 tournament will have their chance to win many other prizes. Further details will be announced shortly.

Make sure to read the interview with FnaticMSI PLAY head admin Serbia Danijel "StreeT" Remus

Links: Announcement, Twitter FnaticMSIPLAY, mIRC #fnatic.play
Edited by Nukm at 16:34 CDT, 9 June 2010 - 23906 Hits
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