A group of students in Norway thought it would be fun to sign up for Rainbow Six Siege a game they barely played, at one of the region's largest seasonal esports, DreamHack Winter 2019. The stunt has Works: Due to the lack of registration for the event, Minigolfgutta ("Minigolf Guys") is now beating some of the team's veteran teams on the main stage of the LAN this weekend.
Team member EmilBerglund reported on the unexpected turn of events at Rainbow Six Siege -redred earlier this week declaring that he and his teammates attend a "community college," Norway's equivalent community college whose upcoming school trip was scheduled for DreamHack this weekend in Jönköping, Sweden. While he and his classmates normally compete in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive this part of the event is only invited for. Rainbow Six Siege however, had open qualifiers.
"So we sign up and laugh about it," wrote EmilBerglund. "I think we'll be thrown away in the first game anyway."
"But today our" captain "has a call from one of the ones in charge of the tournaments, and apparently there will be no qualification as only a few teams take part He then told us that instead we would have to take part in the pro tournament on stage, so now we're five guys who barely played R6S to see if we got G2 , Liquid or any of the tournament's ten other pro teams. "
His team was sown in Group C. While less competitive than Group A, Invitational Champion PENTA Sports 2018 will play host to Minigolfgutta lost his first game against SSG without scoring a single point, it's not a minor Esports story in manufacturing, but watching Scrubs while cumming can be entertaining – and a nice touch The fact that yes, being a professional team means something.
DreamHack will be in addition to CS: GO and Rainbow Six including Dragon Ball FighterZ, a number of other tournaments his and Super Smash Bros. Melee schedules and livestreams that you can find on the event website.
The World Cup of Tekken is also held. Byung-moon "Qudans" Son will return to defend his title from last year, though not the strongest contender, according to the current ranking. This honor goes to Jae Min "Knee" Bae, who thanks to the first place finish at many major tournaments of the year 2018 with a lot of momentum. This tournament will be broadcasted on the official Tekken Twitch.
Finally, at the weekend weekend in Kiev, Ukraine, there will be a $ 10,000 artifact tournament, featuring talents such as LifeCoach and MegaMogwai. Now that Valve's Trading Card Game is out and players are buying and selling cards on the Steam Marketplace, it will be interesting to see how the results affect the popularity of various deck builds and therefore the individual card prices. The whole thing is streamed on WePlayTV.