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World Pro Racing GT Tournament - GO Malta Esports Festival 2018

One of the recent trends we've acknowledged in the local community is the recent excitement regarding the SIMRacing scene, thanks to the care of companies such as World Pro Racing. Therefore, it only made sense to include the esport in our upcoming event; the Malta Esports Festival 2018, in order to continue kickstarting the scene! All the action will take place from the 7th through to the 9th of December at MFCC. The following is a message from the co-organizers, World Pro Racing regarding the details of the event. Having organized plenty of international online events, they have the experience and passion which has brought the local SIMRacing scene so very far.   This is our first event which is not a Time Attack challenge. This time we will be holding a GT tournament for the first time in Malta. The platform we will be using is rFactor2. This tournament will consist of a qualifiers phase where all participants will have a limited time to do their best time on track, then moving into eliminations and depending upon the number of participants we will split the drivers in groups of 5 where they will be racing each other and a number of drivers will be eliminated and the winners will move to the next phase. On Sunday the finals will be held in a different track and will battle each other for the top 3 positions. The event will be broadcasted live on Facebook, YouTube and Twitch and also commentated throughout the 3 days of racing. The overall winner will win a Thrustmaster TS-XW steering wheel and pedals, thanks to Thrustmaster and also a Trophy. The fees of the Malta Esports Festival are €5 euro for 1 day and €10 for the whole weekend. Payment can be made at the door and you will be entitled to take part in our tournament. We are also open for people who want to get experience with us in running this event, such as broadcasting and other technical stuff. If you’re interested please send an email to justin@worldproracing.com. We'd like to thank Justin Mifsud once again for his contributions, as he's always assisted us in understanding the once-alien SIMRacing scene. Anyway, the tournament will be one of the highlights of the event, especially due to the fact that such young talent is being introduced into the scene, ready to compete professionally at the upcoming event. Of course, as Mr Mifsud pointed out, anyone else interested in participating with the organizing can send him a direct email.  The World Pro Racing GT Tournament will be the first-ever inclusion of a competitive SIMRacing competition locally! Check out their coverage of the event here.

The GO Malta Esports Festival - 100 Free Tickets for BYOC Area

The fan-favourite event, the largest franchise on the island of the Malta Esports Festival is always fully-booked due to the massive appeal of engaging at the highest level of LAN competition available on the island. This year, we’ve decided to give back to the community which has allowed Gamers.com.mt to grow up to this point, by giving 100 Free Tickets for the BYOC (Bring Your Own Computer). The core message of the event is gratitude from our part, especially when considering the rest of the details involved. Thanks to The Gamers Lounge which will be hosting this year's BYOC area we're ready to bring a total of 5 tournaments in the BYOC Area for some local environment of the MESF. The first two tournaments will involve the two titles of CS:GO and League of Legends; two of the largest esport titles in the world which are beloved in the local area. With an especial excitement for CS:GO, we cannot wait for the local rivalries to continue as Project Eversio try to uphold their former position as the top team. Apart from those two, Gamers.com.mt will also host Fortnite, Hearthstone and Rocket League as smaller local esports titles, nonetheless still beloved. For all the titles, we will be offering medals and trophies and also vouchers from The Gamers Lounge for all of the podium winners competing within our free BYOC area, in which we are offering 100 spots. This is a first for Malta; an environment for LAN competition across five separate title for absolutely free in the context of 100 free spots. Free tickets are now available at The Gamers Lounge right now. We’re encouraging gamers to grab their tickets as from Monday from the The Gamers Lounge, Msida's Outlet to participate in in a competitive environment without compromising too much friendliness as the act of socializing with other gamers is just as productive and contributory. Competing alongside other gamers in a physical area is not comparable to online interactions. We’re excited to welcome all the new faces together with our favorite veterans!

The GO Malta Esports Festival - $15,000 Loot.bet Cup #3

Every year, we're always challenging ourselves to step things up for both the community and in terms of personal development as a company. With that being said, Gamers.com.mt is hosting an international CS:GO tournament with a $15,000 prize pool for this year's GO Malta Esports Festival, fueling the well-established fact that the franchise remains the largest on the island. The tournament will only be possible thanks to the support of the main sponsor in Loot.Bet and a the support of the Malta Tourism Authority, Gaming Malta, Chiliz and Zowie. With the prize pool that is involved, one can expect some of the top teams in the world grabbing out at it - and that's exactly who've we've invited. Eight of the best upcoming CS:GO teams in the international scene will be competing throughout the tournament, the following names should sound familiar. Including the names of Red Reserve, consisting of players such as draken (ex-NiP) and disco doplan (ex-Fnatic) among others, Left Out and Team Vitality which rose from the ashes of G2 and EnVyUs with players like ScreaM, NBK, Happy and more! One shouldn't forget AGO, the Polish team ranked 24th in the world and Spirit, ranked 33rd in the world. Simply put - the stacked talent for the competition is simply another article on its own; you can check out the official list of participants here. They are all upcoming names which we expect to see more of at the top in the coming year of international CS:GO.  Of course, comparing statistics is not how the better team is decided in esports, as the far opposite in cold-cut competition serves as the standard. Kicking off as soon as 1st November, the teams will be recovering from a late night of Halloween practice in order to compete in the Group Stage to be carried out from the 1st to the 8th of November. Having already been split into two groups of four, as viewable on the event page, a Round Robin format will animate the two groups through a total of twelve best-of-one matches(three best-of-one matches for each team), by the end of which, the top two teams will progress to the final stage of the event.  By this point, the Final Stage will consist of just 4 teams. Following a month of preparation, the remaining teams will recollect on the decisive weekend of 7th-9th December in order to determine a victor from the single elimination bracket consisting of 3 best-of-three games. The prize pool will be divided as follows: $10,000 for first place, $3,000 for second and $1,000 a piece for the 3rd and 4th place. This places a huge amount of gravity on the games deep into the final stage. Note that all match-ups will proceed as according to ESL's most recent 5v5 competitive layout.  The whole event will be broadcasted internationally through twitch, covered by professional casters breaking everything down in both English (https://www.twitch.tv/gmr_tv) and Russian, courtesy of UCC (https://www.twitch.tv/uccleague).  The brackets are empty while the group stages are eerily quiet; this will all change as soon as next week. Be sure to follow the progress of the event here while also paying attention to the twitch links shown. Schedule for group stage match-ups is viewable in the 'Group Stage' section.  Gamers.com.mt wishes luck to all the teams involved, once again thanking our main sponsor of Loot.Bet and the help of the Malta Tourism Authority, Gaming Malta, Chiliz and Zowie in organizing it all!

Chiliz Sponsoring the MESF 2018

Any esports enthusiast will let you know that nothing beats a well-organized international event involving the top teams or competitors of a given scene. What if there was a way in which the globe's gamers could contribute to ensuring that these major decisions are taken carefully and in favour of high-quality competition beneficial to the scene? This is made possible thanks to the chiliZ platform, an innovative company stacked with top names in esports, also acting as a sponsor for the upcoming MESF 2018; the largest esports event on the island.  The platform is a 'crowd management environment which lets the world's 2.2+ billion gamers and 380+ million esports fans take a meaningful active hand in guiding the major decision making events for their favourite organizations.' Considering so many opinions is quite the feat, and is achieved through a complicated yet simple structure thanks to a few teams on-board. The aim of the platform is to give power to the viewer or competitor to manage leagues, events and game titles which in the end, are there for our own use. The vision of powering a Global Player League as the first fan-controlled esports league involves tokenized team control, unique voting rights involving franchises and fans in order to make the most of the growing esports scene. Gamers.com.mt is proud to note that a few Maltese names form part of the core team, especially since the chiliZ platform is already planned to be implemented on the island, following meetings with members of parliament.  The platform also consists of an advisory panel in esports and business. The esports panel involves the likes of characters such as Dr. DisRespect and Anomaly as prominent characters with esports experience. Based within three countries so far; China, South Korea and Malta, chiliZ has a bright future ahead.  With all this being said, Gamers.com.mt couldn't be more content with the sponsorship agreement, as the platform will be helping us out to ensure that the MESF 2018 continues to maintain the franchise' reputation for being the largest esports event on the island. 

Pepsi Sponsoring The GO Malta Esports Festival 2018

As the largest esports event in Malta draws near once again, Gamers.com.mt will be covering the sponsors that make everything possible, highlighting their contribution to the event and giving them recognition for their efforts to assist the growth of the esports industry on the island. We're glad to announce a global heavyweight in the realm of carbonated soft drinks - Pepsi. Started in the late 1890s in the United States, Pepsi-Cola grew exponentially in popularity due to its originality at the time.The modern-day rival of Coca-Cola would only appear in the 1970s to spark the ongoing 'cola war'. While we try to remain as impartial as possible, blind taste tests have found that the taste of Pepsi is more natural than that of Coca Cola, Anyways, Pepsi has been around for quite some time now, watching various technological industries take off and succeed, including that of esports. While the brand continuously creates new spin-off products from their winning formula, Pepsi is also looking for new opportunities of sponsorship within esports, just like its sister brand  Mountain Dew, which is also incredibly active in many esports scenes. While Mountain Dew sponsors the likes of Team Dignitas, Splyce and Team SK Gaming (huge esports organizations), Pepsi sponsors and has sponsored teams such as Virtus.pro, Counter Logic Gaming and MSG; the company responsible for organizing LoL Worlds. Esports is a growing phenomenon globally and Pepsi is proud to be supporting The GO Malta Esports Festival once again. We have been part of the gaming community in various ways over the years and we have seen this event grow into the festival it is today. Undoubtedly, the event will continue to develop thanks to the passion and determination of Gamers.com.mt. - Karen Cutajar, Pepsi Brand Executive at Simonds Farsons Cisk plc. Therefore, we're very proud to be collaborating with Pepsi as a brand dedicated to helping out esports and fueling the prosperity of the industry. Gamers.com.mt is very grateful for the support; we'll definitely be offering fresh, cold Pepsi at the venue for you all to enjoy - what else would you want to drink?

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