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Presenting the Alienware Gaming Masters

Presenting the Alienware Gaming Masters

Alienware is proud to present the Alienware Gaming Masters with a cash and hardware prize purse of almost €13,000. Are you the perfect all-round gamer, do you have what it takes to represent your country?

The Alienware Gaming Masters is a new national competition for six selected countries but with a big twist to it. Teams will be made up of five selected players from a specific nation but they will not compete in just one game, they will all have to play four different games in four different genres. The genres that will be played are First Person Shooter, Sports, Real Time Strategy and Racing. Which games will be picked is currently unknown so you will have to be a true master of gaming to prove your worth in this competition and not only a master of one game. The winning team will not only get an all-expenses paid trip to the finals, they will also walk away with €5.000 CASH and five Alienware X51 PCs. The national team which places second will also get a trip to the offline finals and will have to settle with €2.000 CASH and hardware from our partners.

The selected nations that are allowed to enter are:

Kevin 'Rotterdam' Van Der Kooi The Netherlands
Remo 'rMo' Blaser Switzerland
Samayan 'Bling' Kay United Kingdom
Emmanuel 'MoMaN' Marquez Benito France
Maik 'MoMa' Wallus Germany
Fredrik 'Bergie' Bergmann Norway

So if you are a resident of one of these six countries hurry up and get yourself signed up. Who knows you might be picked for this exciting new competition. The competition will run online for the duration of four weeks, with a new game being played every week. The games which will be played will be provided so you don’t have to worry about not having one of the chosen games. The online part of this competition, where the nations face each other to try and earn enough points for a spot in the finals, will be taking place between the 4th of June and the 1st of July. The finals are set to take place in Antwerp on the 14th and 15th of July. During the online stages, matches will be played in the evenings to allow as many contestants as possible to sign up.

The six selected countries also have a captain that will guide them through these competitions. These captains will help promote the campaign and are ultimately also responsible for selecting the five finalists to compete in our  competition.

Kevin 'Rotterdam' Van Der Kooi The Netherlands
Remo 'rMo' Blaser Switzerland
Samayan 'Bling' Kay United Kingdom
Emmanuel 'MoMaN' Marquez Benito France
Maik 'MoMa' Wallus Germany
Fredrik 'Bergie' Bergmann Norway

The tournament website and signup page can be found here. More details about the games will be released soon.

 

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