StarCraft II WCS Asia Finals live this weekend!
The StarCraft II Battle.net World Championship Series is coming down to the wire, with the final feeder tournament for the World Championships happening this weekend. The top 32 players from across Asia are competing for eight slots to advance to the World Finals in November, also in Shanghai, as well as $60,000 in prizes.
Let's take a look at who's competing, thanks to Liquipedia:
|Protoss (15)||Terran (4)||Zerg (13)|
|Qualified through National Championships|
|Qualified through Southeast Asia Nationals|
Only four Terran have qualified for this event, so we're not that likely to see Terran in the World Finals, but there's always a chance. My prediction? Rain will very likely take this entire touranment, given his phenomenal run that he's been on in the GSL, making it to the semi finals before losing to MVP (who is not at this tournament), and his run at the OSL Proleague. That's not even mentioning his record in the MvP Invitational where he has been beating down foreigners left and right.
You can check out both streams below - I'm not sure if it's just me, but the production quality seems alot worse than the WCS Europe finals did. Given how important this event, and indeed, the finals next month are, Blizzard and Gamefy TV better step up their game.