posted by HolyMaster,
The most impressive run was Sigma's though without any doubt. The German/Danish/French mix defeated Poseidon, Mousesports, and Evil Geniuses on their way to the finals and concluded with a convincing 2:0 victory over 4FC. The prize is 1,500 EUR, while 500 EUR goes to the second place.
Earlier the same day a long introduction of SIGMA e-sport was released on the blog of Sebastien '7ckingMad' Debs. The organisation mentions some innovative concepts. Sigma wants to be "a sponsoring structure created by players for players". They furthermore announced that "this new company is founded by a private investor". Not only the known international team, but also a decent French squad is currently part of it.
While still not everything behind the idea of Sigma e-sports might be clear to the public. Sigma.int has definitely shown, they're a force to be reckoned with. The time of frequent renamings and instability should be over now.