With the Blizzcon brackets having been recently released by Blizzard... and me having just wrote about the evolution of E-sports only a few days ago, I figured there is no better time than now to give you a run down on the teams participating and tell you who I think will be doing well at the biggest tournament of the year about wow gold.
Blizzcon will be taking place at the Anaheim Convention Center in California on August 21-22, and among other things will feature tournaments for wow gold WC3 with players having qualified from all over the world, and an Invitational Starcraft tournament - all with prizes of $25,000 per player. It goes without saying that simply due to the prizes this tournament is huge, and the fact that it is held by the company making the games, will be massively publicized, and even broadcasted on Direct TV makes it a very special event for anyone involved.
There is a pretty well rounded group of setups for wow gold this year, which should definitely make for an interesting tournament for all the viewers at the event, and those watching at home to get cheap wow gold. One major concern I hear people talking about however has been if the tournament will be in the 3.2 patch and as far as I know, it will still be played on the current 3.1 patch with season 5 gear - the same as the regional tournament. There are a total of 8 competing teams, with 2 from each competing region - Taiwan, Korea, North America & Europe, and the list contains many familiar names for the E-sports community with the exception of the Taiwanese teams which quite frankly are not expected to do anything at the Tournament besides show up and collect their consolation prizes to get cheap wow gold.