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Blitzkrieg Masters Amsterdam 2018 - All you need to know

As you are all aware, Battalion 1944 is a competitive title which got its start within the past year, determined to rise as a new esport to fill the void which classic shooters such as Call of Duty 2 left behind. With that being said, GMR has been incredibly supportive in the scene of the new title, ranging from events, online tournaments with our partners Gallantry and also Interviews with players. It's now time for the title's first major event of its lifetime, through the Blitzkrieg Masters Amsterdam 2018; $50,000 and the top Battalion 1944 competition in the world.  The event is uniting global Battalion 1944 talent through online qualifiers across the European and North American regions. A total of 16 teams will be determined from the rounds of qualifiers, with the final round of European qualifiers occurring from the 18th to the 19th of August. These online qualifiers have been going on since July to cater for the massive amount of teams attempting to qualify; to fit in the 12 spots near the Wildcard Teams. The $30,000 for the winning team is an extremely persuasive prize.  So why are we, GMR Interested? Apart from the fact that we're supporters of the growing title of Battalion 1944, we are ready to help out with the organization of the European qualifiers and also by providing a stable platform for players and teams to check their stats and scout what other teams are doing. So much so, that we're planning on interviewing all 16 teams taking part in the event - including the likes of Team Demise, Pure Gaming, Endpoint and Comrade Gaming. We'll be keeping a close eye on the event, providing you all with the most recent and relevant news.  The online portion of the event is soon to be concluded. After that, the remaining teams will gather at the Esports Gaming Arena in Amsterdam for the real competition between the 27th and 30th of September. 

The NEW Nvidia RTX 2080 leaked!

Leaked images of the new RTX graphics cards by Nvidia just emerged on the internet a couple of minutes ago. Thanks to videocardz.com below you can find some leaked images from MSI and Palit to name a few. Till now, only images from such companies are available with custom PCB. Nvidia are expected to make the official launch of their new flagship during Gamescom 2018 happening next week in Germany between the 21st and the 25th of August and we are going to be there!                                       Palit RTX 2080 Gaming PRO Edition 11GB                                MSI RTX 2080 Gaming X Trio Edition 11GB

The Red Bull M.E.O by ESL: Clash Royale Including Malta!

Gaming on one's phone, or mobile gaming excluding mobile consoles, isn't completely recognized by the community as being on the same level as PC or console gaming - perhaps due to the lack of competitive options for 'mobile gamers' as they'd be called. Gamers.com.mt is ready to convince all of you that our phones are ready for eSports, as we're partnering with Red Bull and ESL to host a national qualifier for an international tournament; the RedBull Mobile Esports Open featuring the mobile gaming phenomenon of Clash Royale.  Shortened to Red Bull M.E.O, the ESL organized tournament is an international opportunity for mobile esports to take a stand and cultivate the mobile gaming scene. Offering the chance to a total of 36 countries from across the world, qualifiers will distill nationwide talent into a select few who will battle it out at the grand finals in Germany - a representative from each country taking to the stage. Malta is one of those countries which will be involved and we will be taking care of the qualifiers!  What is Clash Royale? Clash Royale is, it's a strategic mobile game in which players engage in 1on1 face-offs. The title combines elements from tower defense and card games; quickly rocketing into the charts on mobile play store up to this point, where ESL is ready to take the next step. There's still a month until the first qualifiers, so if you're interested, you've got the time to acquaint yourself with the game which is accessible on any mobile play store.  How do I get involved in this inaugural season of international Clash Royale? You've got to be a registered player on the ESL Play platform, of at least 16 years of age having valid travel documents. You're only allowed to participate in one country's qualifier - if you're Maltese, then it's Malta's that you're interested in. Qualification stage will take place from September to December of this year, over an online platform. How do I Register? Step1 - In order to regsiter please press on the following link. Step2 - After registration is complete please join our discord channel https://discord.gg/BWrBrZU in order to get the latest updates. Gamers.com.mt wishes all the potential contestants the best of luck. We'll be covering the local qualifier - we can't wait to find out who the best Clash Royale player is in Malta? 

Ozone Alliance Keyboard Review

We’re back with some hardware reviews for all of you to enjoy, and we’ll be kicking off things with a bang by looking at the most recent product fresh from the Spanish Ozone; the Ozone Alliance Keyboard for a staggering €50. We’ve reviewed a total of 3 Ozone Keyboards up to this point, all of which have been above this price point. Let’s see if Ozone is taking a step in the right direction with a Gamers.com.mt hardware review. The Ozone Alliance keyboard is only one of three products which we'll be reviewing in the coming weeks, so stay tuned for those - we've got a mousemat and a headset lined up, great products you'll want to check out. 

Interview with the Maltese YouTuber Grandayy - 1 Million Subscribers!

For those who've been paying close attention to our Facebook page, we recently shared the phenomenal achievement which Dr. Grandayy arrived at; a Maltese YouTuber that hit 1,000,000 subscribers this week! Following this milestone, we decided to reach out to him for an interview, so that we may gain insight into his personal life, career and anything we can learn about the anonymous Dr. Grandayy. Keeping his name private, which is incredibly respectful, we interviewed the most successful Maltese YouTuber below.  1.) We’re sure that you’re aware of the fact that you’ve reached 1,000,000 subscribers on YouTube; congratulations! Let’s start off with this two-part question – 3 years ago, when you published your first comedic video, did you ever imagine reaching this milestone? How does it feel to be the most successful Maltese YouTuber? No, I never assumed my channel would get this big. I would just make memes for the fun of it at first but people kept watching and subscribing. It’s awesome being the most successful Maltese YouTuber, and also pretty funny that the biggest Maltese online content creator is a meme maker. (Video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3NxM-AL18lU) 2.) From you’re special video, dedicated to the milestone, it’s clear that you’re beloved by the global YouTube community. With this in mind, have you ever thought of being a YouTuber full time? It was amazing getting some of the biggest Youtubers in the world, including Vsauce, iDubbbz, Jacksepticeye, and Jacksfilms, to participate in my 1 million subs special. I honestly didn’t expect most of them to agree to do so, but they happily accepted, and I really appreciate it. The Youtube community is truly amazing. Regarding your question I’m already a full-time Youtuber and have been for almost a year now. 3.) Dr. Grandayy; you’ve made it clear that you’d like to keep your name confidential. What can you tell us about your personal life as a Maltese person? Also, are you an actual practicing doctor? If so, what field do you specialize in? As I already mentioned I work on memes full time as funny as it may sound. My personal life is mostly memes(lol). I finished my medical studies and got my medical degree last year, but never actually started work as a doctor, as I chose to focus fully on Youtube instead, at least for the time being. Although most people may find that a pretty stupid decision, I honestly love working on memes and if I was lucky enough to get the opportunity to make it my full-time job I’m not gonna throw it away. I’ve always loved messing around on the computer so my main hobbies are also computer-related: video games and a bit of digital music production. 4.)  There’s no way around it; your success is based on the fact that you’ve got a fantastic sense of humour. What or who would you say inspires you to create such hilarious videos? I’m not so sure myself, it’s mainly the memes that I see all over the internet. If there’s a meme that’s currently very popular I’ll be thinking of what memes of my own I can make with it. I get ideas and inspiration from other meme creators like Dolan Dark, Cyranek and Flying Kitty too. I’ve always loved memes and the stupid humour that they consist of though. I remember browsing memes for my personal enjoyment over 10 years ago, when they were much less popular among the general population. 5.) The memes which you produce aren’t the lengthiest videos, but they have an astounding amount of work behind them. If you could, please describe the process of how you create your videos. Mostly I first get an idea based on what memes are currently relevant, and then I start the editing process on my editing software (I mainly use Vegas Pro for video and FL Studio for music editing). Some meme ideas are very simple and require minimal editing time, while others, especially the musical memes, are very complex and require hours upon hours of editing. But in the end, the more complex memes are usually the most loved so it’s still worth it. 6.) Us being Gamers.com.mt, it’s only natural that we turn to gaming in one of the questions. Would you consider yourself a gamer? Give us a few examples of titles which you love playing, specifying the platform. Are you interested in any esports? Gaming is one of my biggest hobbies so I’m definitely a gamer. For those that didn’t know, my Youtube journey primarily started with me making note block songs in Minecraft, on my older channel grande1899. So Minecraft still holds a special place in my heart. Also, one of the first games I spent countless hours on, and the first game I ever made a Youtube video with back in 2007, was Runescape, so that’s another game I easily get nostalgic about. But apart from that, The Witcher 3 is my all time favourite game (and in fact, it’s quite a popular inside joke for my channel too – even my avatar is Geralt of Rivia with a note block as his head). Story-driven games are my favorite types of games. I’m mainly a PC gamer as I’ve always been a PC enthusiast and I like how with a PC you can customize hardware and game settings however you like, but I have to admit that some of the best story games are Sony exclusives, so I love my PS4 too. Some other games that I really love are The Last Of Us, Horizon Zero Dawn, God of War, and Detroit Become Human and all other David Cage games. And then some other franchises I love are Assassins Creed, Tomb Raider, GTA, and pretty much all Valve games (at least when they still made games). Multiplayer-wise Rocket League is probably my favorite, and I love me some Fifa too. 7.) Has the Adpocalypse on YouTube affected your three channels in any way? Yes, the adpocalypse was a pretty hard blow for almost all Youtubers. Not only did revenue go down by around half suddenly, but videos were getting randomly deemed as non-advertiser friendly, and therefore demonetized, by an AI system which was, and still is, pretty terrible at its job. And for the first five months or so there wasn’t even any way to appeal the AI’s decision so that an actual human being could review it. Now there is an appeal system in place so it’s gotten better, although it takes around 24 hours to for a human to review an appeal so it’s still not perfectly ideal, especially when most of the views a video usually gets is in the first 24 hours. 8.) We’re only halfway through 2018; what are your goals for the rest of the year in terms of content creation? Honestly I never really make any goals, except to keep making memes on a regular basis. I don’t have any subscriber number goal that I want to reach before the end of the year or anything like that for example, I’ll just keep trying to grow as much as I can. 9.) YouTube is a tough place to thrive as a content creator. What advice do you have, as the most regarded Maltese personality on the platform, for any other Maltese creators trying to find their path on the site? My main advice for Youtube has always been to only make content that you enjoy making. Especially when you’re small, your primary reason for making a video should be that you’re having fun making it, and not to make money or become Youtube famous. Unfortunately making it big on Youtube is not easy, but if you enjoy making videos, even if you barely get any views, the outcome is still a positive one. Obviously, making videos about current trends or popular topics, or finding a niche that not many people are making videos about, will definitely increase your chances of getting views, but I think in the end it’s regular content that you love making that is most likely to get people to subscribe to your channel. 10.) We’ll conclude with a serious question. What happens if Dolan Dark is appointed the Meme Force Lord General instead of you? What hope is left? Would that be the end of Dr. Grandayy? Dolan Dark being appointed as Meme Force Lord General would be disastrous for the entire meme community. A person, or duck, with a history of numerous meme theft scandals cannot be trusted to lead the Meme Force. No one can accurately speculate the full extent of damage the meme world will suffer if he wins the election. So we need to make totally sure that that does not happen. Personally, this has been my favourite interview yet, perhaps it's because I'm a heavy admirer of memes. Some incredibly interesting replies out of Dr. Grandayy, especially the fact that he's graduated as a doctor but chooses to make memes for a living - that is some serious passion and dedication which shines through every video. We, Gamers.com.mt, would like to thank the full-time memelord for the interview; wishing him the best for the future of his channel, personal life and his position as the Meme Force Lord General.That last questions was, of course, different in tonality - if you, the reader isn't understanding the reference, I strongly recommend you check out Grandayy's YouTube and Twitter as linked below.  Primary YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCa6TeYZ2DlueFRne5DyAnyg/videos Secondary YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9sY9S-ddN-1E0jD2fFWLig Third YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCV0tLZY1OgunMDZ8whXZZVw Twitter: https://twitter.com/grande1899 (over 200,000 followers) Merch Store: https://t.co/djnuLCBQhA

COD Champs Preview - The Fiercest Competition Yet

The Call of Duty World League Championship is known for being the largest Call of Duty event at the end of each season; making and breaking careers because nothing else matters and the rest of the year is irrelevant when compared to this main event. Of course, after an arduous season of WWII, we've reached the final chapter of the title. Personally, I couldn't be more excited as CoD is indeed my favourite esport; there are so many storylines, potential runs, and legacies colliding that I could write a book about the upcoming event. Let's get right into it.  Spread across two events, the two stages will take place between the 15th and 19th August. The intensive group stage will take place on the first two days, at the MLG Arena while the championship bracket is to be carried out at the Nationwide Arena - both in Colombus. The event will determine the World Champions for the Call of Duty: World War II Season, with a prize pool of $1,500,000 on the line. The 32 anxious teams are currently stacked in 8 groups of 4 teams each - 48 series will be played to conclude the Group Stage. From the 2 Asia-Pacific, 11 European and 19 North America teams, the top 2 from each group will advance to the Winner's Bracket while the bottom two will find themselves in the Loser's Bracket. Time to take a closer look at the teams.  Favourites - Team Kaliber, Rise Nation, Red Reserve  The competition has been so tight recently, it was difficult to decide on three teams which I would deem as favourite. Yet, looking back throughout the season and the combined statistics, the teams which have been most successful are Team Kaliber, Rise Nation and Red Reserve. The newest edition is TK, following their performance at Stage 2 Playoffs, where they blew everyone out of the water with a return to form as they won the whole thing. Their squad suddenly clicked and the team was firing on all cylinders as it used to earlier in the year, when the team won two of the events before the curse. After that performance, they are top contenders; the core of Kenny and Accuracy has been one of the strongest throughout the season. Then, of course, there are the more obvious choices of Red Reserve and Rise Nation. Rise Nation picked up the pace exactly when TK had lost theirs, quickly becoming the most consistent team in the scene thanks to their outstanding flex player in Gunless which made it possible for them to adapt to the meta. Having won a couple of events this year, and being broken apart by TK at the Stage 2 Playoffs, they are determined to prove themselves as the top team. Red Reserve has also been consistent, in placing 2nd and 3rd across the season to the other two teams. With their new addition of Skrapz,  the European Devils are one of the top three teams at the event, hungry to take it home for the continent.  Contenders - FaZe Clan, Optic Gaming, eUnited, Luminosity Gaming This is where my list may deviate from your own. Let me know your thoughts in the comments section. Moving on, I've made a list of contenders who are also likely to win the event should things go their way. First off, I had to address the wounded dog that is Optic Gaming - limping following a continuously disappointing season despite a massive roster change, with thoughts of retirement hovering over the legendary Scump; they've got a lot to prove. Following last year's triumph, not many are convinced that such a performance will be repeated; this event could make or break the current roster. Speaking of new rosters, Luminosity Gaming is another team that many would count out of the title race. Despite a poor performance at Stage 2, the new roster, with the addition of FormaL, has the potential to win the whole thing; especially with a decorate player such as Jkap on the side. Personally, I am hoping to witness the return of FormaL as the best AR in the game, silencing all of the doubters he's attracted all year - but then again, this is just a personal hope. If there's a time to bring you're A-game, it's now. Concluding my list are the likes of FaZe Clan and eUnited.  After FaZe's win at the Stage 1 Playoffs, due to a lacklustre perfomance by Optic, they've been hovering around the middle of the pack. For them to win, the whole team will need to pull it together simultaneously, and not just the incredibly clutch efforts of Replays who did come out of retirement this year. I would not have considered eUnited until two weeks ago, when they smoked their group in the Stage 2 Qualifiers to clinch the first place spot. This alongside the leadership of Clayster,  the team expects to make a very deep run into the competition.  Dark Horses - UNILAD, Echo Fox This section is one I've dedicated to the team which I'm rooting for to throw off the competition and tear up the statistics. UNILAD, who've taken out Optic Gaming in the past two events, have been playing spectacularly to establish themselves as a Top 8 team. With the twin of wuskin on their side, a grudge match between UNILAD and Red Reserve would be a pleasure to watch, as skrapz will be just as determined to prove himself as the better twin. Another team which many will count out is Echo Fox. Sure, they probably won't win the event  - but can they take on bigger teams? Yes they can; they've taken down the likes of Rise Nation and eUnited in the Stage 2 Qualifiers. They've got potential, especially after Temp bet $1000 with TJHaly from Rise, that the Red North Americans aren't going to win it.  Redemption Required - Splyce, Evil Geniuses and Team Envy Here's a statement; Splyce, Evil Geniuses and Team Envy have been the three most underperforming teams of the season. Perhaps this statement could be countered with the fact that Splyce and EG had both secured 2nd place finishes very early into the year - but we've come a long way since then. These three teams, with the echoing names of the organizations they represent, have been nothing but shadows of their potential selves, having seen placements beyond 10th place regularly since the start of 2018. Each will be looking to try pull something together before the event, even though the odds are heavily against them and the competition is stacked. I would include Optic Gaming here, but they are contenders.  I could go on with a background for each team, but your thumb would tire of scrolling. Other stories, such as the Australia-Pacific rally which we witnessed at the end of Stage 2, or the fact that Censor is winning the event may also be explored. COD Champs 2018 is an event I'll be watching from beginning to end, and if you're any fan of competitive COD, you should too.  Thanks for reading - who is your favourite to win it all?

Interview with the Maltese FIFA Star - Kurt "kurt0411" Fenech

Following his incredible performance at the FIFA eWorld Cup where he placed in the Top 4 FIFA players with the potential to be the best, we were simply itching to interview Kurt Fenech for all of you. We covered his performance in a heavily viewed article here, apart from the fact that even national newspapers, such as TimesofMalta, also documented the Maltese professional. As implied, we contacted him for an article interview, and he happily obliged in answering a few questions which you should all enjoy. Let's dig right in.  1.) Hello Kurt, it’s great to have you back from your recent travels. For those who have no idea who you are in general, what should people know about you; Kurt “kurt0411” Fenech? Well, they should know that I’m our best chance of winning something truly special in a representation of our country for esports. Playing FIFA professionally is a bit difficult to explain to the older generation but rest assured this is the future of esports and competition that appeases the younger generation.  2.) We’ll jump straight into the main theme of this interview; the FIFA eWorld Cup. Amazing, you managed to place 4th from the best FIFA players from the whole world. Tell us, what was your experience competing in such a large international event?  To compete against the best players in the world on a global stage such as the O2 arena in London was a truly surreal experience. The production of the whole event was top notch and we were treated like royalty - so it was amazing overall. 3.) What were your goals heading into the event? Were you satisfied with your placement?  My goal heading into the event was to win the whole thing so to come so close to my objective and fail still hurts deeply days later. I’m sure weeks and months from now I’ll come to accept that I had a phenomenal tournament but the pain is still too fresh right now. 4.) Let’s rewind the clock for a second. You’ve just come home from competing in the largest FIFA tournament of the year – what has the journey been like up to this point as a competitive esports player? When and how did it all start for you?  I started playing competitively about 2 years ago; Fifa eSports properly took off last year but unfortunately I wasn’t allowed to compete because Malta wasn’t an eligible country at the time. This year was my first full year as a competitor and I’ve managed to qualify for all the events and go very far into them, so I will use all this experience to head into next year and go that one step further. 5.) Anyone who knows you, is aware of your Twitter page onto which you let your thoughts be known. It’s well established that you’ve got quite the ambition and determination. What is your response to those who say that you’re ‘in over your head’ as I’ve observed in a few comments? Are they correct in deeming you overconfident?  I just speak my mind and stay true to myself as much as I can. Some people love me for it and the others don’t, I really don’t care to be honest what anyone else says. Only I know what I’m capable of.  6.) From your Twitter it’s also quite evident that your unhappy with FIFA 18 and it’s mechanics as a competitive title, which have seemed to affect your potential. How difficult is it to go competitive when a title has so many problems? Could you mention a few? Yeah, this year was a bit harder for me because I don’t really like the game; it's just too slow, too easy to keep the ball and has the infamous “kick off glitch” where you can score/concede very easily straight from kick off. All stuff that in general doesn’t belong in an eSports competitive title. 7.) FIFA 18 is finished as an esport. What are you most excited for in the arrival of FIFA 19 and why?  I’m extremely excited for 19 and the new year. I think EA has learned from their mistakes this year and are ready to push this to the next level and give us the game we all deserve. 8.) Speaking of the future – what are your goals as a player for the coming year of FIFA competition?  It’s to bring a trophy home. I’ve gained a tremendous amount of experience this year and hopefully with a better game I can use all of that to reach that next step. 9.) What are your thoughts regarding the local FIFA scene which you’ve obviously gone beyond? What could be improved? I think in Malta, unfortunately, people care more about the Eurovision and stuff like that. However, I’m sure my experience can now open their eyes further and say yes, this is real, this is the present and this is the future.  10.) What advice do you have to offer for anyone looking to also go professional for FIFA or any esport in general? Gaming, in general, is fun, it brings people together, so play whichever games you enjoy the most and if you believe you can compete with the very best - then go for it. This industry is only going to get bigger and better, with so many more opportunities for everybody to become involved. The true competitor that Kurt is doesn't seem to be too satisfied with his top 4 finish; Gamers.com.mt is certain that with his compassion and talent, that FIFA 19 is going to be great for him with a trophy or two to add to the collection. It seems that the local FIFA scene could use some work according to him, as it isn't keeping up with the international growth it's witnessing - perhaps the community takes this to heart. Overall, we've been meaning to interview Kurt for some time now, and it's been the perfect opportunity as his career is only going to grow from this point on. Well done Kurt and thanks for the interview!

MCS #4 Recap - PUBG Duos and Squads

Following the recap we did for the Malta Cyber Series #4 CS:GO Tournament, which you can view here, we'll be moving on to the two separate PUBG tournaments which were also hosted at the event in the same manner. Following the technical difficulties which we suffered last year, at the first instance which the title was introduced, we relieved to see that it all went smoothly - and not only that but the quality of competition was outstanding as all the competitors really brought it, hungry to be the best in Malta. Unlike the previous event, this time around, the Solo Tournament was swapped with a Duo Tournament and it should be mentioned that Project Eversio did not participate - the former champions in regards to Squads.  To those unaware, the PUBG Tournaments were merged in the following format: 2 Duo BO3 Matches and 4 Squad BO3 Matches. Perhaps it appears complicated, let me try to break it down. A squad of four players is formed to compete in the Squads tournaments, and from these four players, 2 Duos may be formed if the team was up to it in order to compete in the Duos tournaments. Note that the prize pools for Squads and Duos were indeed separate. As portrayed above, each Match was played in First Person Shooter dwindling on a single life over a BO3 layout.  We can happily state that all rules were followed, with no cheating or difficulties - it all went smoothly.  Let's dive into the results then, shall we?  Starting with Duos, we had a total of eight teams participating in the tournament - which means that there was space on the map for more players but nonetheless, the empty spaces only added to the tension built up between the contestants. Due to the concise amount of contestants, the placements were constantly changing and nobody was sure of victory until the final match of the final game was played out. A curious statistic has the highest total kills attained by a Duo across the two games being that of 7, achieved by Dude23 and KILLER517. Below is a table summarizing the totals: Duos Totals Team Name Player A Player B Match 1 Points Match 2 Points Total Points A Pubismannen Twitch_Elkbjern 1015 820 1835 E Kalitri01 ShoweeXx 685 840 1525 D BoByZejtuni ShocKeR 1010 395 1405 C Dude23 KILLER517 635 740 1375 H DioneAkaTorres G1bsoNNN 565 760 1325 F spaner ClintToris 360 795 1155 B Pucink Vault4 740 410 1150 G MinimlCK-MT I_Am_Grooth 310 590 900 Yes, Pubismannen and Twitch_Elkbjern are the champions of the PUBG: Duos Tournament at the Malta Cyber Series #4. Together, the dynamic duo placed first in a total of 3 out of the 6 games played, bagging a total of 14 kills overall. Leading by 300 points, they were just a cut above, while the competition between 2nd and 5th spans between only 20 points - very closely played, with everyone fighting for their respective spot. The same could be said for the Squad Tournament. While the Duos tournament only had 2 Matches played, the Squads Tournament hosted a total of 4 BO3 series - 12 games were played in order to determine an overall winner. With this considerable amount of gameplay, a leader became prevalent as shown through the points, while the others battled profusely to establish the rest of the podium. We keep wondering how it would have turned out had the champions of Project Eversio returned for the event - would they have maintained their reputation or faltered? Anyways, the following table houses all of the points attained over all the games by the 10 teams which participated:  Squads Totals Team Name Match 1 Points Match 2 Points Match 3 Points Match 4 Points  Total Points Dora The Explorer 1130 1085 1410 1115 4740 We Want a Trophy 890 770 695 775 3130 Prodigy 835 770 650 870 3125 Welcome To The South 715 750 670 935 3070 Gamers 655 935 705 735 3030 Evangelisti 815 590 655 490 2550 The Underdogs - 460 - - 460 MCS Random 390 - - - 390 FANI MT 180 - - - 180 On her latest expedition, Dora The Explorer managed to land in first place with a comfortable lead of 1600 points; as they won 7 individual games in dominant fashion. Meanwhile, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th are splitting hairs in terms of points across the 100 point range - it all came down to the final game once more. We're disappointed with the bottom three teams, who weren't dedicated enough to follow through the whole Tournament.  Overall, it was a fantastic tournament, especially when combining both the Duos and Squads together. Gamers.com.mt would like to congratulate the winners of their respective tournament while inviting any other players to join - there was plenty of space on the battlefield for more of you! Perhaps we'll follow this up with an interview, just like the CS:GO recap.  Thanks for reading!

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