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CPL Lauches Finals Website
The Cyberathlete Professional League (CPL) launched today the Championship Finals website at http://www.TheCPL.com/finals/.
The CPL 2006 Championship Finals, taking place Wednesday, December 13 to Sunday, December 17, 2006 at the landmark Hyatt Regency hotel in Dallas, is primarily sponsored by AMD and ATI, and co-sponsored by Pizza Hut, BenQ, Plantronics, Razer and Insomnia365. The event will host two PC tournaments for Counter-Strike 1.6 and Quake 3, and offer $150,000 in cash prizes.
The new website has detailed information on hotel reservation discounts, travel discounts, ground transportation discounts, tournament prizes & rules, etc.
Competitor registration for the CPL 2006 Championship Finals will open Thursday, August 10th @ 1pm central on a first-come first-served basis, and the admission fee is $30.00 per person.
The "BYOC-only" registration will open a week later, on Thursday, August 17th, 2006 @ 1pm central. Other registration types will open at a later date.
CPL Announces Largest CS Tournament
The CPL has announced its largest Counter-Strike 1.6 tournament, Offering $300,000 in prizes! A total of 256 international teams will compete at the CPL 2006 Summer Event for a record-breaking $300,000 in cash prizes. These prizes will be distributed among the top 64 teams, with $90,000 going to the winning team. See total prize distribution. BYOC and competitor admission fee is $100 per person until January 1, 2006, and then increases to $125. Spectator passes are $25 per person. Teams can
CAL Launches The Razer CAL Tournament
Registration for the Razer CAL Tournament began today, the fee is $19.99 per person and registration will come to an end Tuesday, September 20th, so hurry now and register! As a bonus to the early birds; Razer USA will be offering some prizes to the first 300 user that register in the tournament. The Cyberathlete Amateur League (CAL) announces the launch of the online registration for the Razer CAL Tournament. The online registration will close Tuesday, September 20, 2005. The cost of each
Gamespot Live Tournament Coverage
As we reported earlier, GameSpot will begin live coverage of their CS: Source Tournament; Operation First Strike shortly. Gamespot's live TV coverage of the semifinals is set to begin tonight (August 28th) around 9:30pm Pacific time (12:30am Eastern) and the second semifinal rounds to be held at 11:00pm PT. Finals will begin at 3:30pm PT on Sunday. View live coverage of the tournament at Gamespot.
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