Dear overcame one of his biggest roadblocks in his quest to claim the WCS Global Finals by defeating TaeJa in the round-of-16. ESFI reporter David Schmidt spoke with Dear in his post-match interview. Translation by Chang Seo.
David Schmidt interviews Soulkey after his 3-1 victory over the only foreign player in the WCS Global Finals field, NaNiwa. Soulkey will face Bomber in the quarterfinals Friday evening.
ESFI’s David Schmidt and translator Chang Seo speak with Bomber after his close win over MMA in the BlizzCon WCS Global Finals Ro16. Bomber will face the winner of NaNiwa/Soulkey in the quarterfinals.
The ESFI coverage team is at BlizzCon this weekend! We’ll be covering the StarCraft 2 WCS Global Finals and Heroes of the Storm. Keep track of our videos, articles, tweets and other updates here on our live blog.
Last weekend played host to Blizzard Entertainment’s premier event – the World Championship Series. It was the third seasons’ grand finals in Toronto, Ontario and the precursor event to BlizzCon, which will take place in Anaheim, California November 8th-9th.
With the departure of Bjergsen to Team Solomid, the team that placed sixth in the european LCS were left without their star midlaner. Rather than recruit a mid laner to fill in the missing gap in their roster, the NiP organization has decided to merge their current roster with one of…
Team SoloMid has announced changes to their starting lineup for the upcoming season of the League of Legends Championship Series (LCS). Amidst rampant rumors and Riot’s unveiling of the Battle of the Atlantic tournament in which TSM will take part, fans have been eagerly anticipating an official announcement from the…
SK Gaming recently announced changes to its League of Legends line-up. The team, which finished 7th place in the last LCS season, missing the playoffs by just one game was dealt a blow earlier in the year when core members Hyrqbot and Kev1n were announced to have been transferred to Ninjas…
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Day two is almost always much busier and more hectic and restricted than the first day of the event Because event personnel have to fix other major problems, and because the crowds are much smaller during the first day(s) of the event, you usually see less restrictions.
Baek “Dear” Dong Jun followed up his WCS Korea championship by claiming first place in the WCS Season 3 Finals, rolling his way 4-0 through Zerg opponent Kim “Soulkey” Min Chul in the grand final.
Photos from the third and final day of the 2013 WCS Season 3 Finals in Toronto, Canada. Photos by Cameron Carson.