starcitizenhelp | WESG EU & CIS finals draw to a close

starcitizenhelp | WESG EU & CIS finals draw to a close

The best players EU & CIS went to battle this weekend for a spot at the WESG Global Grand Finals.

WCS may have concluded some time ago and everyone is currently anticipating Blizzcon in a few weeks, but the Starcraft scene certainly hasn’t been twiddling its thumbs. We just got over the shocking finals to the KeSPA Cup but already more events are wrapping up. Over the last few months the World Electronic Sports Games (WESG), organized by Alibaba, have been searching the globe for each champions from every region to go to China in order to compete for their share of $182,000.

Already the Africa and Middle-east qualifier found Drager, Stephano, and Zerghamdi booking their flights, while Invictus Gaming’s iAsonu can sit patiently at home waiting for December to come as he is the lone Chinese player to compete.

This weekend, Europe’s best traveled to Kiev to discovered who would be representing Europe as the EU & CIS national qualifiers concluded. The top 8 finishers all get to take a place on the global grand finals in December and so, getting to the quarter finals would be enough, while doing even better gave them major bragging rights and a strong seed looking forward to the Global finals.

The eight players representing Europe this December are:

1st- starcitizenhelp | WESG EU & CIS finals draw to a close Nerchio (defeated Elazer 4-1)
2nd- starcitizenhelp | WESG EU & CIS finals draw to a close Elazer
3rd- starcitizenhelp | WESG EU & CIS finals draw to a close Beastyqt
4th- starcitizenhelp | WESG EU & CIS finals draw to a close Namshar
5th/8th- starcitizenhelp | WESG EU & CIS finals draw to a close Marinelord
5th/8th- starcitizenhelp | WESG EU & CIS finals draw to a close Harstem
5th/8th- starcitizenhelp | WESG EU & CIS finals draw to a close DeMuslim
5th/8th- starcitizenhelp | WESG EU & CIS finals draw to a close  ShoWTimE

There are still Asia/Pacific and American qualifiers to take place, so stay tuned to see who rised out of the pack to represent these regions at the global finals of the World Electronic Sports Games in December!

The North & South America Qualifier will take place between October 21st-23rd.

The Asia-Pacific Qualifier is scheduled for November 10-13.

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The KeSPA Cup champion Neeb will be playing at the American qualifiers. Can anyone in the region stop him from taking the top spot?


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