We have fully announced the 16 players who will be participating in the RaidCall Starcraft II Invitiational. You can find the bracket over at fnatic.com.
We have invited 16 of Europe's best players, who will play in a Single Elimination bracket for the total prize fund of $1,500. Each match all the way up to the final will be played in a Best of Three format, whereas the final will be a Best of Five.
The tournament will run from February 28th through March 2nd. Players in the upper half of the bracket will play their matches on 28th, while players from the lower half will do the same on the 1st of March. The semifinals, third place match and the final series will be played on March 2nd. All matches will be casted by Thomas "Khaldor" Kilian.
Prize fund distribution:
1st place - $1,000
2nd place - $300
3rd place - $200
Here's what one of our participants, Nerchio of Team Acer, had to say:
I'm really looking forward to this event. It's similar to other on-line tournaments like MSI cup or TotalBiscuit invitational, so I expect to enjoy it a lot. After small holidays in the last week, I'm playing better than before, so I think i have a good shot at winning the tournament. However the competition is tough, so we will see how it goes for me.
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