Categories: starcraft2

For you who’ve been following the latest GSL seasons know that GomTV (Blizzard and Gretech) has planned some changes for next year. They have during the last three seasons classified players into groups different groups. The most valued rank is “Code S” and the next most valued group is “Code A”. The players in those different groups will during the next year have invites to the tournaments hosted by GomTV. You can lists for both code S and code A classed players below:

GomTVs list of “code S” players
GomTVs list of “code A” players + qualifiers

A positive thing with this new changed system is that four spots in the “Code A” group is held for top non-korean professionals that have won a big event recently or shown extraordinary promise. This is a very good initiative from GomTV since it will support the fans with more non-korean players in future GSL tournaments. So far Idra and Jinro are the only non-korean code S players. Loner are classed as code A already and Ret will have to play decision matches for his code A classification.

I hope you find this information valuable and feel free to ask any questions!

Author: esportbetting

Categories: news starcraft2

GSL semifinals starts today with TSL_Rain vs HongUnPrime played today at 11.00 CET and oGsMC vs LiquidJinro tomorrow at 11.00 CET. You can watch both games live for free at the GomTV stream.

XLBet offers odds on both semifinals:

9 Dec 2010 – 11.00 CET
TSL_Rain(T) 2.30 vs 1.57 HongUnPrime(P)
Maps: Metalopolis, Xel’Naga Caverns, Lost Temple, Delta Quadrant, Scrap Station, Blistering Sands, Steppes of War

10 Dec 2010 – 11.00 CET
oGsMC(P) 1.30 vs 3.30 LiquidJinro(T)
Maps: Steppes of War, Xel’Naga Caverns, Shakuras Plateau, Jungle Basin, Metalopolis, Scrap Station, Lost Temple

Best of luck!

Author: esportbetting