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An almost complete team list for MSI BEAT IT Russia has been announced with top teams such as AGAiN, Natus Vincere, mousesports and Moscow Five among others participating.
Originally called MSI BEAT IT Russia and limited to Ukrainian and Russian participants only, MSI BEAT IT have now chosen to invite nine international teams as well, with one spot yet to be filled out. Taking place at Kiev CyberSport Arena, the event will run on November 19-20.
The organizers have chosen to leave de_forge and de_mirage out of the map pool and the maps will be pre-determined for the group stage, which will consist of four groups, each featuring six teams with top two advancing to the playoffs.
The playoffs will feature the standard best-of-three single elimination bracket, although once again the map selection system is slightly different as teams will pick their maps before removing, which should force all teams to practice their weakest maps as well.
The list of participants is as follows:
|Sniper Squad||25ENERGY LOLPANIC||27||59'57 Rigid|
As previously mentioned there is one invite spot still open for other teams and one of the Russian qualifiers for the event has not yet finished, but the organizers plan on announcing groups on Monday.
EDIT:// The flag should be European ;)
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i thought Dreamhack became an international msi tournament
Post edited 2011-11-11 13:27:20
You realy should read sometimes...
Edit: I'm assuming the TBA spot is for one of the international teams, but maybe that's for the Russian qual that hasn't finished. If so, then there's two international teams missing and the article says there's only one invite spot left to be given out.
Post edited 2011-11-11 20:36:41
Edit (again): Maybe they got the invite and didn't have to participate in the quals. Oh well, all that matters is they're participating...not like im gonna lose any sleep over how this process went hah.
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Amazing tournament btw. Russian and Ukrainian teams always causing a lot of upsets against international teams. Can't wait! High expectations of M5.
Post edited 2011-11-11 15:11:43
maybe DTS now in top ? xD
Post edited 2011-11-11 15:35:26
msi beat it russia: na'vi again M5 mousesports fnatic winfakt lions alternate DTS
msi beat it dreamhack: sk fnatic M5 lions anexis EG ESC eSahara
Post edited 2011-11-11 15:58:55
but now again in a bad shape
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MSI BEAT IT Russia: 24 teams including na'vi again M5 mousesports fnatic winfakt lions alternate DTS
MSI BEAT IT Dreamhack: 16 teams including sk fnatic M5 lions anexis EG ESC eSahara
Post edited 2011-11-11 18:17:39
LAN AGAiN easy
It's because it will hapen in CYBERSPORTA ARENA, wich is located in Kiev, Ukraine.
read the comments before asking
GL asfalot! :D
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glhf go go go go go go
Would like to see DTS and mouz going far..
Also the polish guys need to win something :)