The BBC has published an article following this weekend’s CPL World Tour stop in the UK:
“One of Britain’s top pro-gamers got his best ever result in the UK leg of a lucrative globe-trotting tournament.
David Treacy, aka Zaccubus, came in fourth in the CPL World Tour event and took home a $5,000 (£2,705) prize.
The year long Cyberathlete Professional League’s World Tour stages tournaments in eight countries in which pro-gamers compete for part of a $1m prize pot…
But the UK event was marred by attempts by malicious hackers to crash servers providing online coverage.”
You can read the full article here.