The first season of Extreme Masters is finally over. Europe's best players and teams in Warcraft 3 and Counter-Strike played in this league about an overall prize money of 160,000 Euro. They offered us exciting and thrilling matches. Get all final information about the Extreme Masters I finals in this news. Furthermore some players get to speak about their impressions.
After the first season of Extreme Masters found it's end at the CeBIT in Hannover, Germany, we now announce the complete distribution of the 160,000 Euro prize money. As announced every participant received bonuses for things like won matches and timely arrivals at events. By receiving penalties the teams and players lose a part of the money they won. The calculations are done and the final prize money distribution can be found in this news.
Today it's time for our last Extreme Masters I review. This review is about the finals of the first Extreme Masters season with all its thrilling games and emotions. The finals were held at CeBIT, the world's biggest IT trade fair, in Hannover, Germany, from 15th until 18th of March.
A few days ago we published the first part of the Extreme Masters season one review. The first part was about the qualification round, the beginning of this great event. In our second review we want to sum up the results and the highlights of the main round, especially the Intel Friday Night Game in Hamburg.
A few weeks ago, the first season of the Extreme Masters ended. Now it is time to review the first season of Europe's top league step by step. First of all, the focus is on the qualification for the main round. Everything started in August 2006 with the great kick-off event at Games Convention in Leipzig, Germany...