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It's Gosu Monthly Madness returns for season two

Ayesee and Draskyl are back after a successful first season of the It's Gosu Monthly Madness. The second season promises a bigger and better prizepool of $1,500 with twelve of Europe and America's best teams already invited.


It's Gosu Monthly Madness
List of Invited Teams
United States It's GosuSweden mTwUnited States coL
Sweden CLGDenmark QuanticRussia Darer
Germany MousesportsKazakhstan ex-NEXT.kzUnited States Captain Planet
Australia Absolute LegendsFrance Western WolvesRussia Moscow Five

EG and Na`Vi, however, fall short of the list this time due to complications with showing up on time the last season in the former's case and time constraints in the latter's. A full, detailed statement by Ayesee explaining the situation can be found here.

Fans of last season's tournament will certainly be in for a treat as the tournament will be employing a best of three single elimination bracket with the grand finals set for an epic best of five showdown. Expect the casting duo of Ayesee and Draskyl to once again deliver on all the action and intensity that defined their first season of play.

The main competition will kick off at the end of April, with qualifiers held from the 14th to 15th as well as from the 21st to 22nd of April to decide the four teams which will be joining Season Two of Monthly Madness.

Follow closely as all playoff matches will be streamed live by Aaron 'Ayesee' Chambers and Andy 'Draskyl' Stiles at their stream channel including certain qualifier matches.

Teams who are looking to qualify for this edition of It's Gosu Monthly Madness may register at Open Qualifier #1 or Open Qualifier #2.

Will defending champions Absolute Legends walk away with the grand prize this time? Stay tuned to find out.



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