Live On Three returns to normal after last week's special Silent Gamers Cup broadcast, where United States of America Tim "DaHanG" Fogarty took out United States of America Shane "rapha" Hendrixson from the lower bracket. The event saw over 100,000 unique viewers, 250,000 total visits, an average of 4,000 concurrent viewers, and astonishing 2400 days (not hours) of watching time. We thank everyone for tuning in, and are pleased to say that the VOD's for the event should be released on Monday.

This week we will be covering the TeamLiquid StarLeague 2 Finals and previewing the Intel Extreme Masters Season 5 championships this week. The TSL S2 finals will be between Protoss hero United States of America Tyler "NonY" Wasieleski and Zerg mastermind Germany Christoph "Mondragon" Semke, vying for the $10,000 grand prize in a grandiose best of 7. The final starts at 2 PM EST, and at the conclusion of the event, the winner (NonY or Mondragon) will be coming on Live On Three for a post-game interview. Commentators United States of America Blake "Chill" Muzar and United States of America Sean "Day[9]" Plott may also show up. The IEM S5 championships start this Tuesday at CeBIT in Germany, with the best players and teams across North America, Europe and Asia come together to compete for $170,000 in Quake Live, Counter-Strike 1.6 and WoW PvP. The aforementioned Silent Gamers Cup winner DaHanG will be joining the show to go over his win last week, his bootcamp in Germany thus far, and how he feels going into the finals. Prominent journalists in each of their respective game's will be coming on to preview all the action this week, with's Denmark Marc "Nix0n" Winther (CS 1.6), Major League Gaming and BlizzCon broadcaster United States of America Jared "vhell" Coulston (WoW) and's Ireland Liam "crow" Crowley (Quake Live).

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