The three players that will represent Korea at the 2011 World Cyber Games Grand Finals will be determined through the WCG Korea tournament, a 32 player tournament that will run over the course of 8 weeks starting this weekend on September 24th. This tournament will be run and broadcasted by Korean cable channel Ongamenet in Korea.
As a service for our premium users, GOMTV.net will re-broadcast this production live and unaltered for all users that own one of the following active premium tickets: GSL October, Arena Of Legends, GSTL Season 1. A stream for non-premium users will not be available. This only pertains to the WCG Korea national tournament, information regarding the broadcast of the WCG Grand Final event will be released when available.
The 8 highest ranked GSL players (as of LG 3D Cinema Super Tournament) have been seeded into the WCG Korea tournament. The remaining 24 players have been determined through the WCG Korea qualifiers that have been held in August.
The 32 players to compete for a spot to represent Korea in the Grand Finals are:
The WCG Korea tournament will run for 8 weeks every Saturday and Sunday starting at 1PM KST, the final being on November 13th. For more information please visit the schedule page which will be updated soon.
WCG Korea Period: 24th September - 13th November Broadcasting days: Saturday and Sunday from 1PM KST (except for the final rounds which will be held at the G*Star event) Production: Ongamenet Games: Starcraft II (complete tournament), Warcraft III (only finals) Stream and VODs: GOMTV.net Price: Free for GSL October, Arena Of Legends, GSTL Season 1 (one of these tickets is sufficient)
But yeah being a Korean gamer is very imba. If you're a non-korean gamer you have to balance your game playing with earning money and your real life. If you're Korean you just sit around playing games all day eating 2 cent ramyun and becoming gosu.
Skipton United States. September 24 2011 13:12. Posts 692