Aussie StarCraft II players to compete in MLG championship

Australian team GAMECOM Nv will represent the country in Dallas, Texas, in November.

Professional StarCraft II team GAMECOM Nv will be competing in the Major League Gaming (MLG) Fall Championship early next month.

The line-up of Australian players travelling to Texas for the competition include Daniel “Deth” Haynes, David “Rossi” Rossi, Andrew “mOOnGLaDe” Pender and Yojun “YoonYJ” Yun.


The group will be accompanied by team manager Derek “Dox” Reball as it competes in the open bracket at MLG. The following week will also see mOOnGLaDe flying out to Shanghai to compete on the international stage at the StarCraft II World Championship Series hosted by Blizzard Entertainment, which he qualified for earlier this year.

MLG has scheduled the Fall Championship to run on November 2-4, and will include tournaments for StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty, Halo 4, Tekken Tag Tournament 2, and Mortal Kombat. The event will be run at the Dallas Convention Centre in Dallas, Texas, for its duration.

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Zorine Te

Zorine “harli” Te is GameSpot Australia's associate editor. She loves esports and anime.
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