Bradley "tgun" Seymour, Kristoffer "TargA" Marthinsen, and Andrew "mOOnGLaDe" Pender take podium finishes; walk away with nearly A$5,000 in cash and prizes.
Last weekend, GameSpot AU teamed up with ASUS Australia and the Australian Cyber League to offer Aussie Starcraft II players a three-day tournament and a chance to compete for more than A$5,000 in cash and prizes; including an Asus G75 gaming laptop.
The Asus Starcraft II Pro-Am Tournament saw 32 of the nation's top professional and amateur gamers battle it out in a double-elimination draw that included some of the heaviest hitting names in the local and international scenes. Read our full introductions to the pros in our bios here: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4. Shoutcasters Dox and Maynarde did a fantastic job in providing commentary throughout the series, as the chat room crowd cheered on their favourite contestants.
Final standings are as listed:
1st place: Bradley "tgun" Seymour (A$1500 cash + Asus G75 Gaming Laptop)
2nd place: Kristoffer "TargA" Marthinsen (A$700 cash)
3rd place: Andrew "mOOnGLaDe" Pender (A$400 cash)
Top 4 amateur players:
* Nicolas "ChadMann" Russo (A$100 cash)
* Kyle "Fridge" Bakker (A$100 cash)
* Brendan "deL" Ferguson (A$100 cash)
* James "Demosthenes" Piskorz (A$100 cash)
A huge thanks to everyone who took part and joined the stream. Missed out on the finals? Watch the last day of play on Twitch.tv here!
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