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Deviation launches Bronzima Cup StarCraft II tournament

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Gaming tournaments generally cater to the best of the best, the gaming elite; those gamers who’re not only blessed with supernatural talent, but also the time to level up their skills to the realm of the ungodly. We’ve already told you how Deviation Gaming’s Academy will help players become better at all facets of eSports – and now they’re launching a StarCraft II tournament for those who’re good, but want to be better.

The Bronzima Cup is set to transpire on the weekend of May 4th, and is open to those who’re placed in the Bronze and silver StarCraft II leagues. A single elimination event until its best of 3 final stage, the Bronzima Cup will be run online, through tournament hosting service Binary Beast – so you’ll need to be registered there to take part.

“You don’t have to a pro player or have the APM of 1000 just to be able to show your skills. Deviation Academy is hosting the “The Bronzima Cup” and invite players in Bronze and Silver Leagues to take part in this event,” they say.

You can find more details – including tournament rules, the map pool and all other pertinent details on  Deviation Academy’s tournament page, as well as the #DvG channel on the Quakenet IRC server.

Last Updated: April 26, 2013

One Comment

  1. Antony Raison

    May 6, 2013 at 16:46

    Wow, I am really taken back at how well This tournament got followed and how well it was received, was a pleasure to arrange it, and will arrange more 🙂 ~Ultima of Deviation Academy


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