We're still working on evolving our website

StarCraft 2 for epic.LAN

 

It has nearly been a year since MnM had officially launched and appeared at our first event in February. We have always believed that passion in gaming is what drives the community and eSport scene forward. However it is evident with iSeries no longer providing for StarCraft 2 and epic.LAN close to dropping it ealier this year, that the passion and effort put in by players and the scene is not being fully utilised. We have always looked to support Starcraft players but have never found the opportunity or strength to, until now. We hope that supporting these players to go to epic.LAN will ensure the StarCraft 2 competitive scene lives on.

The roster consists of players from all over Europe, and many years of experience backing them up:

 Aicy (Zerg)
 Mix (Zerg)
 PoultryPouch (Terran)
 Veni (Terran)
 Luppa (Zerg)
 MangO (Zerg)16
 Zerton (Terran)
 Krootie (Terran)

I spoke to  Aicy before and he is happy to represent MnM in the upcoming epic.14 LAN. We wish the entire team the best of luck in the future and we are even more excited for epic.14.

Here are some achievements of  Aicy and  Mix combined:

epic12 – 3rd
epic13 – 2nd & 4th
QCON 21 1st

 

Related Posts

If you liked this, you'll love these

Announcing Overwatch for 2018

Navigating through the ever changing esports industry has been a difficult task. This does not change our support for Overwatch. It has been a staple of our success since our venture into..

29 March 2018

Read more
Hearthstone for 2018

  It has been some time since we came 1st and 3rd in the ESL Premiership Hearthstone Winter finals. 2017 was our first leap into the true competitive Hearthstone world and it..

24 March 2018

Read more
Scan Computers join as head sponsor for 2018

2018 has already started with a bang having already secured a 1st and 3rd place at Grand Finals of the ESL Premiership Autumn Hearthstone Finals. To follow this good news, we are..

18 January 2018

Read more
View our sponsors
View our sponsors