Will you have some more Open Tournaments?

This week, alongside our Community Tournaments, you will be able to find some Open Qualifiers for tournaments scheduled to take place in the next weeks/months. Some of them are region-locked OR local tournaments though, so pay attention to the description before registering, or you may find yourself having to travel to Canada to play your matches (even though one could think of a worse fate!).

Here is a selection, but feel free to scour our website for games and tournaments, if you can’t find what you are looking for here!

csgo Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Open Tournaments

europe Over the Limits Qual.by Overdrive- Online 16 Teams
Double-Bracket
2000€ CashPrize
21/04/2017
22/04/2017
Register
united-kingdom ASL Champions
by SMT – Online
8 Teams
Bracket
29/04/2017
20/05/2017
Register
germany LIGA S1 Division2
by Twenty E-Sports – Online
16 Teams
Bracket
30/04/2017 Register

rainbow-six-siege Rainbow Six: Siege Open Tournaments

europe R6 Cup – April
by vaceMedia – Online
32 Teams
Bracket
22/04/2017 Register
portugal Spring PT Cup #2
by R6S Portugal – Online
16 Teams
Bracket
23/04/2017 Register
united-states Invite League Qual.1
by Senseless 6 – Online
64 Teams
Double-Bracket
28/04/2017
29/04/2017
Register

clash-royale Clash Royale Open Tournaments

france ESWC Summer Qual. #1
by Millenium – Online
64 Players (FR Only)
Bracket
22/04/2017 Register
france ESWC Summer Qual. #2
by Millenium – Online
64 Players (FR Only)
Bracket
23/04/2017 Register

smite-tactics Smite Tactics Open Tournaments

united-states Weekly Cup 10
by Hi-Rez Studios – Online
64 Players
Double-Bracket
30 CardPacks to win
22/04/2017 Register

rocketleague Rocket League Open Tournaments

france FDJ Open Series RL3
by FDJ eSport – Online
256 Teams
Groups + Bracket
450€ CashPrize
23/04/2017 Register
france Ligue Bêta
by League eSport – Online
10 Teams
League
24/04/2017
22/05/2017
Register
canada RL 29 Avril
by La Tanière – LAN
8 Teams
Double-Bracket
29/04/2017 Register

halo5 Halo 5 Open Tournaments

ireland Casual 4v4
by IrelandUKHalo – Online
16 Teams
Double-Bracket
29/04/2017
30/04/2017
Register
ireland Champions League
by IrelandUKHalo – Online
16 Players
Groups + Brackets
12/05/2017
04/06/2017
Register

overwatch Overwatch Open Tournaments

france Imagination Art Expoby ImaginationArtExpo – LAN 16 Teams
Double-Bracket
22/04/2017 Register
canada EGA Overwatch
by End Game Arena – Online
12 Teams
Double-Bracket
29/04/2017 Register
australia Reddit Championship
by /r/Overwatch – Online
32 Teams (OCE Only)
Double-Bracket
29/04/2017 Register

mario-kart-8 Mario Kart 8 Open Tournaments

canada Tournoi MK8 2017
by GraphiGame – LAN
32 Teams
Bracket
21/04/2017 Register

You are an organizer, and would like us to showcase one of your upcoming tournaments? Feel free to contact us on Twitter or Facebook!

10 years of competitive Call of Duty led to this moment!

Competitive Call of Duty has been around for a long time now, with its roots going back to the first Modern Warfare instance. Last year was played the first World League, completing the Pro Circuit qualifying teams for the 2016 CoD World Championship, and this year, 10 years after Modern Warfare came out, we are about to see a Pro League on Infinite Warfare, with unique events and a 5-weeks long LAN Season pitting the very best teams in the world for Pro Points and Cash Prizes.

Here are all the events having already taken place since the launch of Infinite Warfare, and that count towards the 2017 Season, with results and replays, and the podium for each competition:

mlg Las Vegas Open 2016
December 2016
risenation cloud9 faze
gfinity London Invitational 2017
January 2017
orbit splyce elevate
mlg Atlanta Open 2017
February 2017
eunited optic envyus
eswc Paris Open 2017
February 2017
optic faze risenation
esl Sydney Open 2017 #1
March 2017
mindfreak taintedminds validateblack
mlg Dallas Open 2017
March 2017
optic eunited faze
insomnia Birmingham Open 2017
April 2017
epsilon splyce fnatic

16 teams have qualified through the Pro Points standings (10 from North America, 5 from Europe and 1 from Asia-Pacific), and have been seeded into the 4 groups of the Global Pro League. Each group will be played over one of the 4 next week-ends:

The Playoffs will be played with the now-popular Double-Elimination format, with the best 2 teams from each group starting in the Winner Bracket.

The 3rd team from each group will not take part in the Playoffs, but will nonetheless qualify for the Stage 2, the CWL Anaheim Open and the COD World League Championship. The last team from each group will have to go through Relegation to secure their spot in the Stage 2 of the Pro League.

Stay tuned to Toornament for all results and information regarding the CWL Pro League!

Danes love Esports, and the Copenhagen Games are the proof!

A few days back, we introduced you to the Gamers Assembly, one of the most iconic LAN parties in France and Europe, but that was not all! The Copenhagen Games, another landmark in European esports, is happening this week in Denmark. Competitions started yesterday, and are to last until Sunday following a tight and intense schedule.
A thousand participants are expected to fight in half a dozen different tournaments, and we are proud that Toornament was chosen, for the third consecutive year, to be the platform powering the tournaments, listed below:

csgo CS:GO Open & Main
76 Teams – Groups + Bracket
Played on PC
53 000€
csgo Samsung CS:GO Ladies
28 Teams – Groups + Bracket
Played on PC
14 000€
overwatch Pizzaburger Overwatch
8 Teams – Swiss System + Bracket
Played on PC
9 000€
fifa17 ELGiganten Fifa 17 (Tourney #1 and Tourney #2)
2*64 Players – Groups + Bracket
Played on PS4
5 200 €
hearthstone Hearthstone
200 Players – Swiss System + Bracket
Played on PC/Mobile
2 660€
codiw CoD: Infinite Warfare
24 Teams – Double-Bracket
Played on PS4
1 300 €
leagueoflegends League of Legends
8 Teams – Groups + Bracket
Played on PC
1 300 €

But this event is not just for players, the week is also filled with Esport Conferences and Cosplay happenings, among other things.
If you cant not make it to Copenhagen to follow this event live, make sure to check what is happening on the Official Twitch Channel, and the livestreams of the Community Streamers that will follow and comment the whole party!

What happened during the StarSeries S.3 Finals?

Last week-end were played the Finals for the Season 3 of the i-League StarSeries, with not less than 16 of the best Counter-Strike: Global Offensive teams in the world.
Starladder’s choice for this season has been to go with the Swiss-like system already used in the ESL One: New York in 2016. With double the teams for double the fun, 8 invited teams were to fight 8 qualified teams during the Group Stage.

Tournament & Teams

Invited Europe Qualifier China Qualifier America Qualifier
astralis ninjasinpyjamas fnatic mvpproject immortals
fazeclan north g2esports uya counterlogicgaming
gambitgaming skgaming tyloo hellraisers
natusvincere virtuspro Click on an icon to see the matches from that team in the Group Stage.
All matches have detailed results and replays available !

8 teams qualified from the Group Stage for the Playoffs, and are, in order:

  1. (3-0 score) G2 Esports & Natus Vincere
  2. (3-1 score) North, Astralis & HellRaisers
  3. (3-2 score) Fnatic, CounterLogic Gaming & FaZe Clan

The finalists were then seeded into the Finals bracket depending on their Group Stage ranking, and well let you have a general look before going further into what happened:

FaZe Clan, which barely managed to qualify from the Group Stage, with the #8th rank, finally overcame the challenge and won the trophy, against all odds. Other teams with impressive results were HellRaisers and CLG, which were not expected to perform as well as they did.
On the opposite end of the spectrum, both Brazilian squads, SK Gaming and Immortals have been under-performing during this event, and so was Virtus.pro.

Maps Stats

All 7 maps from the Active Duty Pool have been played during the tournament, but some teams clearly had a bias towards their favorite ones, and as such, some maps have been much more played than others.
Here is the detail of the maps and who were the best teams and players performing on each:

Map Times played Win Rate
(CT / T)
Top Team Top Player
inferno 11 45%/55% fnatic GuardiaN
slovakianatusvincere
mirage 10 43.2%/56.8% skgaming s1mple
ukrainenatusvincere
cbble 8 45.3%/54.7% g2esports shox
francenatusvincere
train 6 63.7%/36.3% fnatic KRiMZ
swedennatusvincere
cache 6 51.5%/48.5% hellraisers AdreN
kazakhstangambitgaming
overpass 6 60.9%/39.1% g2esports shox
franceg2esports
nuke 4 58.3%/41.7% ninjasinpyjamas Xizt
swedenninjasinpyjamas

VOD Selection

Even though the whole competition is pretty much a must-see for any and all CS:GO fans, if you do not have time to catch up on every single match, we did a selection for you, so you would not miss the best moments of this historic tournament. Those are maybe not the highest-level games, but the ones you don’t want to miss:

Stage Teams Maps Link
Group Stage
Round 1
(bo1)
hellraisersfazeclan cache Replay
Group Stage
Round 2
(bo1)
northastralis inferno Replay
Group Stage
Round 3
(bo1)
natusvincerenorth inferno Replay
Group Stage
Round 4
(bo1)
counterlogicgaminggambitgaming cobblestone Replay
Group Stage
Round 5
(bo1)
counterlogicgamingimmortals cache Replay
Playoffs
QuarterFinals
(bo3)
northhellraisers cobblestonecacheoverpass Replay
Playoffs
SemiFinals
(bo3)
fazeclanhellraisers miragetrain Replay
Playoffs
Grand Finals
(bo3)
astralisfazeclan miragenukeinferno Replay
In case you only really have 3 minutes, here is the aL’s FragMovie, with the very best actions from the tournament. Bonus

We hope you enjoyed this tournament and were able to make up for anything you’d have missed during the week-end!
See you next time for another epic esports tournament!

Tout ce qu’il faut savoir en tant que Participant

This is the french version of a previous article.

Toornament est une plateforme puissante et pratique pour les organisateurs, et nous voulons également proposer une expérience de qualité aux participants.

Nous avons donc conçu et développé des outils pour vous permettre de suivre vos compétitions et reporter les résultats de vos matchs.

WEB

Une fois connecté sur le site, l’Interface Participant (Participant Dashboard) est accessible via le menu de navigation dans le coin supérieur droit de n’importe quelle page de l’interface publique.

Vous pourrez y retrouver tous les tournois dans lesquels vous êtes inscrits,

ainsi que tous ceux dans lesquels vous jouez,

et la liste de vos matchs, passés ou à venir, en cliquant sur l’un de vos tournois en cours.

Si l’organisateur du tournoi a activé le Report par les Participants, il suffit de cliquer sur un match à jouer pour accéder à la page permettant de reporter vos résultats détaillés, d’adresser des commentaires aux organisateurs et éventuellement envoyer une preuve du résultat de match.

MOBILE

Notre Application Mobile gratuite vous permet de faire exactement la même chose, rendant le report de match encore plus simple et rapide si vous jouez sur mobile ou console.

Connectez-vous à votre compte pour accéder à la liste des tournois pour lesquels votre inscription a été validée.

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L’application affichera votre prochain match si vous en avez encore à jouer.

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Vous pouvez ensuite reporter les résultats de vos matchs directement dans l’application.

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Les fonctionnalités offertes aux participants, tout comme celles proposées aux organisateurs, sont en constante amélioration, mais les bases sont là, et il ne vous reste plus qu’à vous inscrire à l’un de nos nombreux tournois communautaires Open, ou créer votre propre tournoi pour affronter vos amis et tester ça!