The SC2ITL offers teams and their players the opportunity to engage in weekly competitive play to prove who really is the best team out there.
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On Monday it was announced that Dead Pixels and Karnage eSports would be merging under the Dead Pixels brand, leading to a much larger Dead Pixels roster. As Karnage eSports hold a position in the SC2I Team League First Division it had been previously agreed that with the merge Dead Pixels would be able to take over the slot and play the remaining matches.
Tuesday 8th March
7pm CET - True eSports vs Team RedBloods
9pm CET - PSISTORM Gaming vs Romandy Gaming
Wednesday 9th March
7pm CET - Team Liquid vs EURONICS Gaming
9pm CET - Karnage eSports vs Nuit Blanche
Thursday 10th March
7pm CET - mYinsanity vs Invasion eSport
9pm CET - ROOT Gaming vs AT Gaming-aAa
Saturday 12th March
4pm CET - #OnFire vs Team MiA
8pm CET - Millenium vs Flipsid3 Tactics
To Be Announced
isIMBA vs ECVisualize
PSISTORM Gaming vs Team Gravity
Tomorrow - Friday 8th - will mark the official start of the SC2Improve Team League Season 6 as we kick off the first of four days of qualifier action. Each day will see one team advancing to the First Division for the upcoming season which is set to start on January 25th. You can see a full list of the teams competing on each day on our qualifier announcement post.
The first five teams to go up against each other are a mix of old and new teams to the SC2ITL - Karnage eSports, we are IMBA people, Ancien Regime, Team SC2Improve-FM eSports and Inferi eSports Club.
The beginning of SC2Improve Team League Season 6 is fast approaching - which means it is time to determine which of the 18 teams registered for the First Division Qualifiers will be joining us in the top division for the upcoming season. The main goal for Season 6 in the Team League is to really create a story line and to bring you guys as much high level content as we can. It was with this in mind that we changed the usual qualifier format to something slightly different for this season.
Sign-ups for the SC2I Team League Season 6 have been open for a few weeks now and so we wanted to share some more of the teams that have signed up to take part in the First Division. Remember registration closes on January 1st, so time is running out if you want your team to take part in what promises to be another amazing season of the SC2I Team League. Remember to let us know what you think of the current line-up of teams and also which other teams you would like to see joining the First Division!
A few days ago we announced the SC2Improve Team League S6 to be starting in January. Over €2000 of prizes will be on the line across three divisions of play, enabling teams of all skill levels to come and take part in the competition. Today we are happy to announce the first invited teams to the First Division of the SC2ITL S6! Let us know who you're excited to see and who you're hoping to see announced next!
Here we go! After a hugely successful Season 4 I am very happy to announce that the SC2Improve Team League is finally back for Season 5! Just over a month ago over four thousand of you tuned in to witness Team Liquid take down Dignitas-Dead Pixels in the grand final of SC2ITL S4, crowning themselves as champions of the SC2I Team League. Today we start that journey all over again as registration for Season 5 opens.
The SC2Improve Team League Season 4 (SC2ITL) group stage has been taking place since the start of Febraury. Through qualifiers and invites twenty teams entered the First Division all looking to claim some portion of the €2000 prize pool as their own, a prize pool which attracted some of the strongest teams in Starcraft. This made the competition fiercer and tougher than ever before, leading to many upsets and tense series throughout the weeks. As the final group stage matches get played out the final standings begin to solidify, confirming which teams made the top-4 cut off point for who will be playing in the single-elimination playoffs. At the time of writing over half of the playoff spots have been filled, but for this first article we focus on the first two teams which secured their position in the final eight, Axiom-Acer and Team Liquid.