The World Championship Series (WCS) Nationals in Canada, the USA, and Mexico have forged new heroes. Epic games and shocking upsets marked these furious struggles for eSports supremacy, and now it’s time to see which of these players will earn the right to represent North America later this year at the Battle.net World Championship. These warriors are clashing over the weekend (August 24-26) at the MLG Summer Championship in Raleigh, North Carolina. The stream is live now!
In total, 32 of the continent's most talented StarCraft II players, including 16 players from the USA, 10 from Canada, and 6 from Mexico, will fight it out for $60,000 in prize money and seven precious spots at the Battle.net World Championship to be held in Shanghai this November. There, the top North American players will carry the pride of their nations into the global finals, to compete for the title of World Champion. This is your chance to follow their journey, and find out who will earn the title of best North American player.
This is sure to be an incredible event that you won’t want to miss. The WCS North America Finals are being held alongside the MLG Summer Championship, which is sure to offer exciting pro StarCraft II action as well. You can view the live event stream for free in standard definition both on the MLG site as well as right here on the StarCraft II community site while the event is running. The Summer Championship HD Pass offers all the event streams in high definition, and the ability to rewind the stream and see matches or moments you might have missed.
If you’ll be in Raleigh, North Carolina from August 24-26, you can also attend the event in person to meet your favorite pros and watch eSports history in the making. Don’t forget to make a sign!
Stay tuned for further coverage, including player spotlights, as the event draws near August 24-26.