Nothing too big happening this weekend. At least not in the FGC, but still no weekend goes by without something / someone holding it down with an event. It seems summer is officially over but like I said, HugS is gonna be taking some hits this weekend.
This is a two day event, even though the schedule they provided makes it seem like it’s a one day event. Someone needs to get their shit together. With over 500 people going, you gotta give viewer the info they need. Hopefully they come through soon, I’d like to watch this. I’ll update this if the info is ever released.
Schedule: September 22nd-23rd (All Times in EDT)
11:00 Smash 4, Melee, Splatoon, LoL
12:00 Hearthstone, Street Fighter V, Smash 64
13:00 Smash 4, Melee
14:00 Dragon Ball FighterZ
15:00 Smash PM, Rivals
16:00 Mario Tennis Aces, Tekken 7, Top Cut Smash
17:00 Pokemon, Overwatch
The laymen may refer to it as CEO weeb version. But don’t let that stop you from enjoying this event. Sonicfox is gonna be there. This is a pretty genius idea by Jebaily, I gotta say. I won’t be watching myself, since I don’t like anime games, but still this is a good idea for people who do.
You might not know but Hugo “HugS” Gozales has been in the Smash scene for a long time. Since the beginning basically. The video above pretty much says all that needs to be said. Beyond the Summit is getting in on this roast. Putting down a $3,000 pot bonus. I really hope Hugo’s been practicing his ass off for this one.
Schedule: Saturday, September 22nd (All Times in PST)
10:00: Doors open
14:00: Wave 1 Singles
16:00: Wave 2 Singles
18:00: Top 32
20:00: Top 8 Singles
I wasn’t going to add these at all. I couldn’t find any schedule information on them. AceKingOffsuit came through with this, so here it is. I have no idea how he got his hands on this information. I wish I didn’t have to say something like that. I wish organizers would be better at listing crucial information for people watching at home. Oh well, maybe one day.
After 2 weeks of grind, the FACEIT Major London Counter Strike event for a 500K grand prize is down to its last few teams. The winner will be crowned this Sunday.
Papito Qinn is into the whole YouTube thing, is the winner of the 2016 SpookTAYcular Scary Story Contest, and a twitter incompetent. “Infiltration, if you were thinking about attending one of those CPT events, I would advice against it.”