Last week it was announced that the second Global Challenge of the Intel Extreme Masters will feature a Quake Live tournament. It will not remain the only one at gamescom. StarCraft II makes its way to the Intel Extreme Masters stage at the largest trade fair and event highlight for interactive games and entertainment.
Global Challenge StarCraft II
16 players will battle it out for the $15,000 prize money that is at stake at the first major StarCraft II tournament. 10 players from all over the world will be invited based on their performances during the beta. Three more slots will be available in each of the two upcoming ESL Go4SC2 Cups. The top three of both cups are qualified for the Global Challenge gamescom. ESL's Go4SC2 Cups are open to everyone, but you need an European Battle.net Account to participate.