Spend your weekend cheering on Australia’s best pro-gamers in the Battle.net World Championships

Pender and He

By on November 16, 2012 at 12:41 pm

Starting at 1:00 PM EDT on Saturday, it’s time to do your patriotic duty and tune into Battle.net’s World Championships Stream for HD coverage of the world’s best StarCraft II and World of Warcraft players as they duke it out for your love, affection, and of course the chance to win some sweet prizes.

Two of Australia’s top players have made it through to the World Championships, both off the back of a strong performance at the recent MLG Dallas Event, which you can read about here. Andrew ‘mOOnGLaDe’ Pender and Tim ‘Mafia’ He are representing our wide brown land on the national stage, and both bringing their top-tier zerg game to play. Brackets have been posted here, and you can also read about the competition they’ll be facing here.

Remember: the HD stream starts at 1:00 PM EDT tomorrow. Be there! (Virtually.)

Source: Press Release

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