A war for regional pride
Eight teams enter the tournament at the Group Stage, playing each other in a best-of-two round robin. The top three teams will earn a place in the semi-finals, where Roman 'Resolut1on' Fominok’s Forward Gaming — one of the invited teams — await. Originally there were two invites, but paiN Gaming* withdrew.
Flying the flag for North America are Tae Won 'March' Park’s J.Storm, Jacky 'EternaLEnVy' Mao’s compLexity Gaming, Vendetta, Wheel Whreck While Whistling and Rooons, led by Brian 'BananaSlamJamma' Canavan.
For South America, Enzo 'Timado' Gianoli brings Infamous to the party, Quinn 'CCnC' Callahan competes with his test 123 side and the all-Peruvian squad of Demolition Boys do battle.
The royal court has been selected for King's Cup 2! Hailing from all over the kingdom, these talented individuals will bring you much joy and merriment throughout the tournament. ⚔️ pic.twitter.com/vgRkhGaQnU— Beyond the Summit (@BeyondTheSummit) October 4, 2018
Talent brings the usual BTS craziness
Of course, no BTS event is complete without zany content. Costumes, poetry, decrees of being unable to speak a hero’s true name — it’s all there as the talent team add their own, entertaining spin on proceedings.
Bringing you all the action are Dakota, Lacoste, TrentPax, GrandGrant and Jenkins. But really — Lacoste in a pink princess gown? It’s probably worth tuning in just for that. You can catch all the action here:
Which team of knights will emerge victorious?
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