The canadian stop for Germany Intel Extreme Masters in Season 9 has ended with the BroodWar legend South KoreaTerran Flash on top.

This is the first ever title for the terran player since moving from BroodWar to the Heart of the Swarm expansion.

The win came in a rather easy final win against South KoreaProtoss Zest with the [4-1] scoreline, after an easy semifinal against South KoreaTerran TaeJa and a rather close series against NorwayZerg Snute.

Bracket:

 

Quarterfinal

 

Semifinal

 

Final

 

Champion

South KoreaZerg Life            
 [3-0] South KoreaZerg Life        
South KoreaProtoss First        
    [1-3] South KoreaProtoss Zest    
South KoreaProtoss Zest        
 [3-0] South KoreaProtoss Zest    
South KoreaTerran YoDa        
       [4-1] South KoreaTerran Flash
South KoreaTerran TaeJa        
 [3-1] South KoreaTerran TaeJa      
South KoreaZerg viOLet      
    [1-3] South KoreaTerran Flash  
South KoreaTerran Flash        
[3-2] South KoreaTerran Flash      
NorwayZerg Snute          

With this win, Flash bags a total of $10.000 in cash prize and 750 WCS Points that will not prove to be a big help for the player unless he manages to win the WCS Korea 2014 Season 3 Premier League as huge is way behind the qualification mark.

Final prize distribution:

  • 1'st. South KoreaTerran KT Rolster Flash  - $10.000 + 750 WCS Points
  • 2'nd. South KoreaProtoss KT Rolster Zest - $4.000 + 500 WCS Points
  • 3'rd/4'th. South KoreaTerran Liquid`TaeJa, South KoreaZerg StarTale_Life - $2.000 + 375 WCS Points each
  • 5'th/8'th. South KoreaProtoss TCM-Gaming First, South KoreaTerran TCM-Gaming YoDa, South KoreaZerg viOLet, NorwayZerg Liquid`Snute - $1.000 + 250 WCS Points each
  • 9'th/12'th. DenmarkZerg Liquid`Bunny, South KoreaZerg yoe Flash Wolves Leenock, South KoreaProtoss Jin Air Green Wings sOs, South KoreaProtoss MC - $400 + 125 WCS Points each
  • 13'th/16'th. South KoreaTerran CM Storm Polt, South KoreaZerg ROCCAT HyuN, CanadaTerran ROOT Gaming MaSa, CanadaZerg Acer.Scarlett - $200 + 125 WCS Points each
  • fnatic wins SLTV Star Series 10 CS GOThe LAN Finals of 10'th Season of Ukraine SLTV Star Series in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive gaming discipline is completed with triumph of Sweden fnatic team. 

    Actually a lot of teams declined the visit to Ukraine due to  unstable political situation. In the end organizers got two top teams from Ukraine which are Ukraine NaVi and Ukraine HellRaisers, accompanied with the teams from Sweden and Denmark in face off fnatic and Denmark myXMG respectively.

    The danes took only 10'th place during the online stage and it wasn't a big surprise that they've got the 4'th place out of 4 teams during the LAN stage.

    In the grand final Natus Vincere played against fnatic and started from [0:1] due to reaching the final via Lower Bracket. They've tried to show their best and managed to win two maps, but it wasn't enough to obtain the champion's title and fnatic won the gold medals of SLTV Star Series 10 CS GO.

    Final standings and prize distribution:

    1. Sweden fnatic - $14,000
    2. Ukraine NaVi - $7,000 
    3. Ukraine HellRaisers - $5,000
    4. Denmark myXMG - $4,000 

    With all these moves on the chinese DotA 2 scene, one of the best teams out there has decided to build a new line-up. This line-up has a total of eight players at the moment so it's uncertain if they will keep all eight player in one team, or if they will build two teams by signing two new players.

    To add to the line-up they already had, they have secured the services of the players that left China Vici Gaming and China Invictus Gaming namely China Liu 'Sylar' Jiajun and China Zeng 'Faith' Hongda.

    Along side these two players they called the services of a teamless player, China Xiaodong 'injuly' Yang. The other two players from this 5 man acquisition are former China Team DK China Lei 'X!!' Zengong and former China CIS Game player China He 'inflame' Yongzheng. With this move, Team DK is left playerless.

    With this in mind, China LGD Gaming now has:

  • China Yao 'Yao' Zhengzheng
  • China Leong 'DDC' Fat-meng
  • China Xu 'Lin' Ziyang
  • China Liu 'Sylar' Jiajun
  • China Zeng 'Faith' Hongda (C)
  • China Lei 'X!!' Zengong
  • China He 'inflame' Yongzheng
  • China Xiaodong 'injuly' Yang
  • China CIS Game has:

  • China Fan 'Ayo' Tianyou
  • China Xiao "demons' Zuoyi
  • The team that at the time China Invictus Gaming lost its team captain, did so two, had announced the aqcusition of two new players.

    After they have lost team captain, to casting part of the DotA 2 scene, it was time to lose China Liu 'Sylar' Jiajun as well. To replace the two players lost, the team managers have invicted two players from the chinese scene. 

    The two players are from China CIS Game and from China Team DK. The two in question are: team captain of CIS Game Germany Dominik 'Black^' Reitmeier and the singaporean player from Team DK  Daryl Koh Pei 'iceiceice' Xiang.

    With this moves in mind, the new line-ups are as follow:

    China Vici Gaming:

  • China Chao 'Fenrir' Lu
  • China Xie 'Super' Juanhao (C)
  • China Linsesn 'fy' Xu
  •  Daryl Koh Pei 'iceiceice' Xiang
  • Germany Dominik 'Black^' Reitmeier
  •  

    China Team DK:

  • China Lei 'X!!' Zengrong
  • Chay 'Mushi' Yee Fung
  •  

    China CIS Game:

     

  • China Fan 'Ayo' Tianyou
  • China Xiao "demons' Zuoyi
  • China He 'inflame' Yongzheng
  •  

    After losing their team captain, the chinese based DotA 2 team has announced a rather unknown player that will take his place.

    To make a full lin-up once again, they have called another chinese player, that played for China CIS Game. The player in question is China Lin 'June' Shiyang

    The announcement was made via the official socialization page of the team.

    With this move, the two teams are as follow:

     

  • China Yinqi 'Luo' Luo
  • China Luo 'Ferrari_430' Feichi
  • China Chen 'chisbug' Li
  • China Lin 'June' Shiyang
  • Wong Hock 'ChuaN' Chuan (C)
  • China CIS Game has:

  • China Fan 'Ayo' Tianyou
  • China Xiao "demons' Zuoyi
  • China He 'inflame' Yongzheng
  • Germany Dominik 'Black^' Reitmeier (C)
  • After China Jiang 'YYF' Cen announced that he will leave the team and progaming in order to focus on casting DotA 2, the chinese based team had to find a replacement for the player.

    The replacement came in the name of a relatively unknown player, China Chen 'chisbug' Li, whom has no big names to speak of in his past in terms of teams. More to the story, it seems that the team has lost the services of yet another player in the meantime, the player in question is China Zeng 'Faith' Hongda.

    The new line-up of the team looks as follow:

  • China Yinqi 'Luo' Luo
  • China Luo 'Ferrari_430' Feichi
  • China Chen 'chisbug' Li
  • Wong Hock 'ChuaN' Chuan (C)
  • The russian player whom played for all the big names in the russian DotA 2 scene and was banned from UkraineStarLadder just few months ago, has signed with another russian based team.

    The mix team of ukrainian and russian players from Russia Team Empire got a new russian player with him.

    Team managers stated:

    "After the management of Team Empire was clear that Vanskor will leave the team,we have begun an active search for a new player.

    The battle for the players was intense as ever, especially given the fact that there was not much good level players who could so quickly get into game style of a top team.

    Practically right after returning from vacation the team began to play with Solo on the role of support, and already yesterday won the European part of the qualification for MSI Beat It.

    Today's announcement is not a surprise, we are making only a fraction of formality, declaring that Aleksey "Solo" Berezin becomes a Team Empire player."

    With this move, the new line-up looks as follow:

  • Russia Airat 'Silent' Gaziev
  • Russia Aleksey 'Solo' Berezin
  • Ukraine Roman 'Resolut1on' Fominok
  • Ukraine Andrey 'ALWAYSWANNAFLY' Bondarenko
  • Ukraine Andrew 'Mag~' Chipenko (C)
  • Former China TongFu, China Vici Gaming and China  RisingStars chinese player, China Xuntao 'Xtt' Xu has announced that he has joined a new team.

    The announcement was made via the official socialization page of the player. Not much is known about this team, nor the position or the role of xtt in the new team. With this move, China New Element now has:

  • China Xuntu 'xtt' Xu
  • China Long Xu Kun
  • China shana
  • China Zcd
  • China Cloudy
  • China Astrotech off
  • The event held by United Kingdom fnatic player United KingdomProtoss Pughy, has come to an end. With the grand final between South KoreaProtoss Dear and South KoreaZerg RagnaroK.

    The protoss player managed to win the final game with a [3-0] scoreline, while the 3'rd place decider went in favor of a zerg player, South KoreaZerg Symbol. He managed to overcome South KoreaZerg Solar with a [2-1] scoreline to clinch the 3'rd place.

    Final prize distribution:

  • 1'st. South KoreaProtoss Samsung Galaxy Dear - $1.000
  • 2'nd. South KoreaZerg RagnaroK - $500
  • 3'rd. South KoreaZerg MVPSymbol - $300
  • 4'th. South KoreaZerg Samsung Galaxy Solar - $200
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