LanCraft's 11th edition starts on August 21st
Posted by Patrik "Raistlin" Hellstrand 4 years, 39 weeks ago
|Spring 2003|| Blooder|
|Summer 2003|| Destroyer|
|Spring 2004|| FiSheYe|
|Summer 2004|| Baquick|
|Spring 2005|| Draco|
|Summer 2005|| Draco|
|Spring 2006|| Mireille|
|Spring 2007|| Draco|
|Summer 2007|| Maix|
The traditional LanCraft LAN is knocking on the door. On 21st of August, Czech Republic's best players will go at it in one of the most prestigious offline tournament in the StarCraft foreign scene.
The well-known LAN in Czech Republic, LanCraft, is getting closer to its eleventh event. On August 21st, Czech Republic's best players will be crowned. Internationally known stars Crow, Dark_Caleb and Maix will battle it out in the classic offline tournament in Rymarov, Czech Republic.
Last event, LanCraft Spring 2008, was won by the Polish player Fosken. This time the Czech players seems to be in a good position to win on their home field, but Slovakian player Maix is of course also a contender for the top spot. In fact, out of all the eleven tournaments in the LanCraft history, only three Czech Republican players have won the event, and last time that happened was in spring 2004. The player with the most wins in the tournament history is the Polish player Draco.
Aside from the regular LanCraft StarCraft tournament, the Czech and Slovak Championship will be held.
The prize money for the tournament will depend on the number of participants. Jump, tournament administrator tells us that with a full BYOC tournament, the prize money will sum up to 1,250€ split on all three tournaments (StarCraft, WarCraft 3 and DotA).
LanCraft.Progamerz.cz - LanCraft Summer 2008