ACL to host largest Blizzard eSports down under ever

Leigh Harris
ACL to host largest Blizzard eSports down under ever

The Australian Cyber League is set to host the Australian National and Oceania Finals for the Starcraft World Championship Series.

The event, which will be the largest eSports event Blizzard has ever undertaken in the region, will see the top 18 players from Australia and New Zealand battle it out for a total prize pool of USD$25'000.

The Australian Nationals will take place on Saturday 11th August, with the Oceania Finals taking place the following day on the 12th, both at the Australian Technology Park in Sydney.

The top six players from the Saturday will compete against the best from New Zealand the following day, with the top two players going on to compete at the Battle.net World Championship in Shanghai later this year.

Entry to the weekend is free, and registration can be done via the ACL web site.

 

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Tags: blizzard , competition , event , starcraft ii , esports , Australian Cyber League , WCS , Australian Technology Park

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