MSI Battleground Tournament With Live Casting By Day
May 12-13th Starcraft and League of Legends gamers will converge upon Green Forest Cafe in Ventura California to compete for over six thousand dollars in cash and hundreds more in great gaming accessories provided by MSI.
This open tournament allows you the opportunity to challenge top players like dSeleCT, Empire.viOLet, and GoSu.Shield for the three thousand dollar top prize. Fan favorite Day will be casting live from the venue as will Team Green Forest. Admission is free for spectators so those not wanting to throw their mouse into battle are encouraged to come and cheer on your favorite Protoss, Zerg or Terran player.
Sixteen League of Legends teams will compete for the one thousand dollar top prize and bragging rights as MSI Battleground champions.
Bring you mouse and keyboard or just bring your friends and support SoCal eSports!
Starcraft II - $15. per player
League of Legends - $75. per Team ($15 per player)
Starcraft II - 64 players (if more registered, online qualifier)
League of Legends - 16 teams max
When & Where
Green Forest Cafe
We have extensive history with hosting LAN events and have had huge success so far. We've focused primarily on Starcraft II and are looking to expand to League of Legends.
Our most recent large LAN tournament, the "1st Green Forest Cafe Starcraft 2 Tournament", was hailed with much success. There were 128 players battling to overcome one another, many from professional teams with highly competitive backgrounds. (Fnatic, EG, many with a prominent North American Brood War/Starcraft II background)
In addition, we had famous casters Diggity and Day casting the finals which were held on a stage where the final competitors battled for the grand prize of $1500, played in soundproof booths much like the Korean tournament stages.
In follow up to the success of that event, we've been hosting smaller weekly Starcraft II tournaments where local talents can test their skills against each other for prizes and a chance at making a name for themselves.