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CoD4 Tournament Roundup September 2011

Introduction, Featured & Offline Events



It's funny how things turn out. One week you're on top of things, one week you're not. Nevertheless, now the CyberGamers' CoD4 Tournament Roundup is back, and this time, it's here to stay.

Over the past few weeks I've been genuinely impressed with the community. By that I don't mean great sponsored tournaments, lots of offline events or the glory days shoutcasters coming back. No, I mean the attitude. It may be just me, but it seems that people in PUGs actually try not to flame everyone around them, nor are people on the forums so prone to start trolling (except a few lower-minded individuals of course). Though things are definately improving, the future is still unclear at best. What can one do to help out great (though overly critical) community out? Try behaving on the forums, play PUG's, get your friends to start playing this great game that takes your learning hours,... Anything, but be productive, not destructive.

But then again, I'm not here to give out lectures about manner and/or behavior. I'm here to give you a quick rundown of tournaments that happened in the past month. Let me just say that I wish I would have more work with these in the future.


Featured Events

(September 19-25) Club 3D European Open 2v2
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(September 11) The Beginning COD4 Cup
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LAN Events

(September 3-4) ESPC Fall 2011
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(September 3-4) MSI Grunex European LAN
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(September 15-18) e-Sports Japan Championship in TGS
SPOILER: Click to view results


(September 17) QWERTY Open LAN
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(September 16-18) Tembakan LAN 2011
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(September 22-24) Frag-O-Matic 13.1
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