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His first international tournament was in 2011 at Counter-Strike 1.6.
A total prize pool of no less than $530,000 makes it one of most lucrative video game tournament series of all time.Up next on the calendar is the Global Challenge Dubai, where $31,500 of the prize pool will be awarded to the winners of the Counter-Strike 1.6 and QuakeLive tournament.
"The Extreme Gaming Tour gives users a chance to experience first-hand the raw performance of Alienware systems powered by Intel newest and fastest processors."Among the teams participating in the Counter-Strike 1.6 tournament are some of the most accomplished teams of the past years with mousesports, Winner of the World Championship 2008, fnatic, winner of the World Championship 2009 and SK, winner of the last Global Challenge that took place in early September 2009 in Chengdu.Numerous other teams, ranging from WeMadeFox of Korea to Virtus.Pro of Russia will make sure the big dogs certainly get a run for their money.
The company's high-speed gaming servers now carry the Counter-Strike 1.6 version.
The Global Challenge will feature a world class tournament in Counter-Strike 1.6 with $25,000 in cash prizes and the first ever Quake-Live competition held outside America, with a prize purse of $6,500.
The Global Challenge will have its kick-off with Quake-Live on October 17-19, followed by the Counter-Strike 1.6 tournament on October 20-22.
Highlights of the ESL Intel ASUS gamezone* Final games of the European chamionship in video games ESL European Nations Championship (overall 17,500 Euro prize money)* Start of the global league of eSports champions Intel Extreme Masters Season IV (overall 500,000 US-Dollar prize money)* Bundesliga for video games: Intel Friday Night Game of the ESL Pro Series Season 15 (overall 130,000 Euro prize money)* Final games of the European ESL Major Series Female in Counter-Strike 1.6 (overall 4,000 Euro prize money)* ESL Sports Pre-Season final of the Football Mastership (overall 15,000 Euro prize money)* VW Cup with exclusive safe driving training in the new Golf GTI for the daily winner.
Thousands of fans will watch Europe's best gamers in the disciplines World of Warcraft and Counter-Strike 1.6 fight for $20,000 in prize money to kick off the world's only global eSports league.
Summary: Intel Chengdu eSport Stadium in China Eoe1/4" World's best Counter-Strike 1.6 and Warcraft 3 players compete for 60,000 USD prize money Eoe1/4" Global league of eSports champions with 750,000 USD prize money overall
In the City of Chengdu, China, professional gamers compete in the disciplines of Counter-Strike 1.6 and Warcraft 3 for a total of 60,000 USD prize money and for their spot at the Intel Extreme Masters Global Finals at CeBIT 2009 in Germany.
Summary: Intel Chengdu eSport Stadium in China Eoee1/4" World's best Counter-Strike 1.6 and Warcraft 3 players compete for 60,000 USD prize money Eoee1/4" Global league of eSports champions with 750,000 USD prize money overall
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- Counter-rotating propeller
- Counter-rotating propellers
- counter-rotating ring
- Counter-Rotating Tines
- Counter-Rotating Wind Turbine
- Counter-Signals Intelligence
- Counter-Signature Law
- Counter-Signature Laws
- Counter-Strike 1.6
- Counter-Strike 2
- Counter-Strike Agent
- Counter-Strike Community
- Counter-Strike Death Match
- Counter-Strike Finland
- Counter-Strike Guard
- Counter-Strike Manager
- Counter-Strike New Zealand
- Counter-Strike Xbox
- Counter-Strike/Counter-Strike: Source
- Counter-Strike: Condition Zero
- Counter-Strike: Condition Zero Deleted Scenes
- Counter-Strike: Source
- Counter-Tenor Clef
- Counter-Tenor Clef
- Counter-Terrorism Action Plan
- Counter-Terrorism Center
- Counter-Terrorism Clearance
- Counter-terrorism committee
- Counter-Terrorism Enhancement Program
- Counter-Terrorism Executive Directorate
- Counter-Terrorism Financial Enforcement
- Counter-Terrorism Financing