Go4CA season comes to a close with €30,000 Grand Final – Four teams from over 170 in with a fighting chance – ESL TV coverage with Jason Kaplan and Melek Balgün
Cologne, 2nd December 2013 – Of the more than 170 hopeful teams that competed in this year’s Go4 Combat Arms competition, only four advance to the offline Grand Finals event in Cologne, Germany’s ESL TV Studios. The lion’s share of the impressive €30,000 prize pool will go to either 31337gaming, MostTalentedPlayers, Team Def or Team EGO! all of whom are set to battle it out on December 7th. The exclusive offline event is set to be hosted by none other than ESL’s very own Sean Charles and Melly 'm3lly' Balgün. Casting and analysis will come from the likes of Jason Kaplan, Lars 'LrN' Meigies, Antti 'TUHOAJA' Rantanen and Oisin 'Koality' Reilly.
“Creating the Go4CA has been amazing, seeing the community grow and the excitement build. Now it all culminates with what promises to be an epic Final,” said Sean Charles VP of Marketing and Publisher Relations for ESL.
Having dominated this year’s Go4CA season, 31337gaming go into the Grand Finals as clear favourites. With 25 wins under their belts and €7,000 in the bag, the competition has their work cut out for them. Will the Polish powerhouse be able to pull out ahead once again? Follow all of the action live with ESL TV at www.twitch.tv/esltv.
For more information about NEXON and ESL’s Go4CA tournament please visit: http://www.esl.eu/eu/combatarms/go4ca/. For more information and to register and play Combat Arms, please visit the official game website at http://combatarms.nexoneu.com/ and the official Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/combatarmseurope.
Electronic Sports League
Electronic Sports League and the company behind, Turtle Entertainment, is the leading gaming company in the field of competitive gaming and electronic sports. Founded in the year 2000 the company is currently offering eSports competitions in more than 46 countries including Brazil and China. Core of Turtle's services is it's online portal called Electronic Sports League (ESL) which became a highly popular destination site for competitive computer gamers around the world. The portal reaches up to ten million visits a month (IVW) generated by more than four million registered users. Turtle Entertainment offers its competitions worldwide using these specific brands: Electronic Sports League (ESL), ESL Pro Series, Intel Extreme Masters, ESL Major Series, ESL TV, Consoles Sports League. Turtle Entertainment broadcasts ESL events via ESL TV, ESL's web-TV service, since 2007. The headquarter has more than 115 employees and is located in Cologne, Germany. Turtle Entertainment owns the majority of the Chinese eSports league PGL (Pro Gamer League) since 2007 and is locally active with subsidiaries or franchises in over 17 countries. Further information is available at www.turtle-entertainment.com
Combat Arms is a fast-paced, multiplayer shooter, designed for non-stop action on various battlefields, recruiting players to get engaged with their opponents in multiple game modes. Whilst integrating the traditional attributes of the FPS genre, Combat Arms advances it further by evolving a whole new set of striking features allowing character customization as well as weapon modification, enabling the player to adjust their weapons with attachments such as scopes, silencers, and extended magazines. An additional eye-catching feature is the unique backpack system, which allows players to combine a set of multiple weapons from the extensive armory for a more sophisticated combat experience on the battlefield. Moreover, the extensive community features within the game actively support the clan system, where players can easily recruit, manage, and communicate with their other clan members.
About NEXON Europe
Established in March 2007, NEXON Europe is one of the leading publishers of free-to-play MMOs in Europe. The company has brought the worldwide hit casual MMORPG MapleStory to Europe in May 2007, and the successful FPS Combat Arms in January 2009. With the launch of the 3D action MMORPG Vindictus in 2011, NEXON Europe has strengthened its position as a promising publisher in Europe. Next to these in-house franchises, NEXON Europe was also able to acquire and fully operate Atlantica Online, an innovative, tactical MMORPG; Dekaron, an authentic action MMORPG set in a grim fantasy universe; and the action-packed FPS War Rock. The newest additions to its growing portfolio are Navy Field 2 alongside the legendary FPS game Counter-Strike Online in Turkey. For more information on NEXON Europe and its games, please visit the official website at www.nexoneu.com.