CrossFire Stars 2014, tournament with live broadcasts starts tomorrow

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fear online logoCrossFire Stars 2014 (CSF), the biggest tournament for the most played free-to-play FPS Crossfire kicks off tomorrow, Dec 5th. 14 teams from 10 countries have qualified to participate in the tournament which will end in Korea on Dec 7th. CSF will be live-broadcast, check out schedules here:

14 Teams from 80 countries have qualified as follows:

• Group A: Hidden (Korea), Exective (Japan), AG (China), ruLegends (Russia)
• Group B: !nstinct (North America), Modern.DYTV.EP (China), Pacific Macta (Philippines), EP (China)
• Group C: Keyd Stars (Brazil), BEGIN (Vietnam), Warfare (Indonesia), CP Club (China)
• Group D: (Special group) : Sport (Europe), NTS Gamin (South America)

The final matches are slated for December 7th, and four teams who will reach the final rounds can total can claim a total prize pot of $220,000. 

The CSF tournament schedule reads as follows:

The matches will be broadcast on Twitch and Azubu TV:

Twitch Channel #1

Twitch Channel #2

Azubu Channel #1

Azubu Channel #2

All dates and times are Korea local time (GMT +9).

Find out more about the national qualifiers and full details about CSF 2014 at Smilegate's official event page and your local Crossfire publisher.




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