#0 - Sept. 1, 2010, 4:23 p.m.
Blizzard Post
Battles are won and lost in the eSports world every week. We are here to summarise them, giving you an overview of the recent action. Here is what happened last week!

World of Warcraft

The World of Warcraft Arena tournament at MLG Raleigh wrapped up last weekend with American teams Nerdstomper Blue and Evil Geniuses meeting in the final to fight for the glory of first place.
In the final both teams fielded a rogue/warlock/shaman setup, but Nerdstomer Blue ultimately proved too strong for Evil Geniuses and won the $9,000 first place prize. Evil Geniuses, losing 2-3, took home the $4,500 second place prize. For team lists, results and the breakdown of the tournament go to gotfrag.com.

StarCraft II

In two qualifying rounds for the first GOMtv Global StarCraft II League, two thousand players battled for one of only 64 available places. The triumphant 64 will now continue to fight for their share of $170,000 in prize money! But among them all, only one will make history as the first StarCraft II GSL champion. Who is it going to be? Check the lists of qualified players from day one and day two to make your own predictions for this upcoming tournament!
Day one - http://www.gosugamers.net/starcraft2/news/12908-2000-to-64-in-two-days
Day two - http://www.gosugamers.net/starcraft2/news/12917-the-final-32-decided

The first StarCraft II event on the Major League Gaming Pro Circuit, that took place in Raleigh, North Carolina, came to a close last weekend with Chris “HuK” Loranger defeating some of the best players from North America and Europe to emerge victorious. Coming from the winners’ bracket with a 2-1 lead, he managed to secure a best-of-seven win over the second-place finisher, Jonathon “KiWiKaKi” Garneau, after just three games. Check out the coverage on the MLG site for all the results and updates.

The groups for the Intel Extreme Masters American Championship have been announced. Some of the best players from the USA, Canada and Peru will fight for eight spots in the finals, which will take place in New York on October 8 – 10.
Visit ESL TV for more information on the upcoming broadcasts of all the games.