This guide is for people who like to share their connection, to play in a 2on2-game using the same IP-adress on battle.net. I recommend that people who don't share their connecton, but have a router with a built-in firewall also follow this guide, because it will make your connection to battle.net much more stable. You will also be allowed to create games, which usually doesn't work when you've got a router.
Sunday September the 14th, it will all begin. The qualifications for World Cyber Games Sweden in Brood War will be ended. One player out of 16, will win the tournament and travel to Korea to represent Sweden. 16 players have been chosen after a total of 8 preliminaries all around Sweden during the summer. This article contains all the necessary information about the national final for both the players and the visitors.
Somewhere in the southern part of Sweden, on a sharp-edged hill stands a brutal warrior, officialy known as a king. His breath is heavy, his body exhausted, his sword covered in blood and his eyes focuced as he looks down at the corpse of his defeated enemy. He had won. He had slayed the attack of the zerg master, but it was close, and he knew it. He also knew that it didn't matter, because the next attack against him was already on it's way. But when? And who?
Suddenly, TreK noticed something on the horizon. Something was approaching rapidly. The king knew he had to survive this last battle in order to succeed. Everything would be lost if he was defeated now. His kingdom would end and his victories would be worthless. This was the battle that really mattered.
The king grasped his sword and focused his mind on the black object far away on the dark and damp plains. The enemy is incoming.
September 5th - TreK wins 4 games to 2. Full coverage and replays uploaded.
September 5th - Radio information updated
August 28th - Added the King's presentation
I believe that this time of the year is the time with the biggest inactivity. Both big parts of the Crew are on vacation - and so are many of the visitors. I myself has been away for a couple of days and when I saw this big "nothing is happening" face on everybody, I decided to encourage you in these dark days. I've chosen to make an interview with one of Team SWE's top profiles: Daaman[pG]. Enjoy!
ONCE AGAIN A NEW CHALLENGER has been chosen. This time it's Mondragon's turn to attack TreK, our current king. It will all be concluded in a best out of seven game, Thursday 18.00 CET, in channel op Mazor-sG at Europe, Battle.net. This time it's only 6 maps to choose from, and each map may only be chosen once. The first map is Neo Bifrost. Show us some skills boys!
NOW IT'S FINALLY time for the much anticipated continuation of our King of the Hill tournament. In the first round it is iN.TreK who will face SaSin)Child. SaSin)Child is a very good zerg user who has been dominating many foriegn gamers. He is known as one of SaSin's finest and is really starting to get noticed in the european community. For those of you who are just learning about SaSin, they are one of the best Korean clans on West. But how will he stand against iN.TreK's stable terran and zerg?
TEMPLARS OF TWILIGHT is one of the best clans on the net and the best non-Korean team. What started out as just a clan that a boy from Germany and his brother goofing around on BGH and other money maps, has now turned into one of the toughest clans to join. Lead by Mondragon it has some of the best gamers around the world but mainly favors Germany's finest. This clan presentation allows people to see what ToT is thinking and their plans in there future and how it may affect many gamers. Enjoy.