ESWC 2011 & Paris Games Week

11 10 2011


This October 20-25th, Hall 3 at Paris Expo, France will host a world-class video games show over a span of 22000m² where 150,000 visitors are expected, and more than 1 000 gaming devices open to public for play. Read more on the ESWC Official website.

The Official ESWC 2011 Team Malaysia will be represented by:

  1. FIFA11 2011 Malaysian Champion – Muhammad Zainun a.k.a. [MyFeS] leOmeS
  2. FIFA11 2011 Malaysian 1st Runner-up / FIFA10 2010 Malaysian Champion – Mohd Syahril bin Mispardi a.k.a. [MyFeS] WaRrIoR

Privately funded DOTA2 Team, Orange Internet will also be headed to the competition zone, proudly sponsored by Orange Internet cohort. We wish all teams the very best of luck!

ESWC 2011 Programme @ Paris Games Week

Venue: Hall 3, Paris Expo Porte de Versailles, France

Wednesday, October 19
Welcome of the international participants

Thursday, October 20
Media day of the PGW,  reserved to journalists, participants and partners
19h30 : Opening Ceremony
20h00 : Opening Match

Friday, October 21
Launch of Starcraft 2, Counter-Strike 1.6 Women, Trackmania Nations Forever

Saturday, October 22
Launch of Counter-Strike 1.6
Finals Trackmania Nations Forever

Sunday, October 23
Launch of FIFA 11, Dota2
Finals Starcraft 2, Counter-Strike 1.6 Filles
ESWC Night Party 

Monday, October 24
Launch of Counter-Strike Source
Finals Counter-Strike 1.6, FIFA 11

Tuesday, October 25
Finals Counter-Strike Source, Dota2, Gran Turismo 5


ESWC 2011 Malaysia – Fifa11 Qualifier

2 10 2011

Date: 2 October 2011
Venue: MyC.O.R.E. Cyberjaya
Time: 10.00am – 9.00pm


ESWC 2011 Malaysia Qualifier
Game: FIFA11 (PS3 console)
Total registered: 32
Registration Fee: RM15 if registered online / RM30 if registered at the door


//// Champion: Muhammad bin Zainun a.k.a. [MyFeS] leOmes
(26 yrs, Senawang, Negeri Sembilan)
Gold Medal, Giant Mock Cheque, ESWC Slot at Paris Games Week (20-25 October 2011), accommodation and transfers plus sponsors prizes valued at RM8,000!

//// 1st Runner-up: Mohd Syahril bin Mispardi a.k.a. [MyFeS] WaRrIoR
(25 yrs, Rawang, Selangor)
Silver Medal, ESWC Slot at Paris Games Week (20-25 October 2011), sponsors prizes + Cyberview goodie bags.

//// 2nd Runner-up: Zulkifly bin Safei a.k.a. [MyFeS] zul
(28 yrs, Klang, Selangor)
Bronze Medal, Sponsors prizes + Cyberview goodie bags

ESWC 2011 Malaysia organising committee will assist the 1st Runner-up in fundraising for flight ticket/accommodation. Wish us luck so we can send TWO FIFA11 players to France this October! This will be a first for Malaysia!

ESWC Rules

10 08 2011

Counter-Strike 1.6
Trackmania (published later)
FIFA (published later)

These rulebooks will be used for all qualifications and the finales.


** The schedule of the tournaments and their formats are not defined yet, and will be announced at a later stage.
** The Counter-Strike 1.6 male and female tournament will be using the same rulebook and Counter-Strike 1.6 matches in group stage will not continue after a team wins 16 rounds.
** Counter-Strike 1.6 will have knife rounds in order to decide sides.
Counter-Strike 1.6 has a new map list, announced here.

Gearing up for ESWC 2011, Paris Games Week

3 08 2011

Check out this video from last year’s ESWC



Press release: Official ESWC 2011 RTS games announced

18 05 2011

The official ESWC 2011 RTS games are the following:

  • Warcraft® III: The Frozen Throne® – 1v1 – (Blizzard Entertainment)
  • StarCraft II®: Wings of Liberty™ – 1v1 – (Blizzard Entertainment)

Warcraft® III: The Frozen Throne® is the award-winning expansion to Blizzard Entertainment’s Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos®, a landmark real-time strategy game that has been officially played at ESWC since the competition was founded in 2003. Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne first appeared in the ESWC 2004 tournament and has since been one of the event’s most popular games.

StarCraft II®: Wings of Liberty™, the fastest-selling strategy game in history, is the sequel to Blizzard Entertainment’s 1998 hit StarCraft, hailed by players and critics worldwide as one of the greatest games of all time. Following its July 2010 launch, StarCraft II has naturally found its place within the ESWC tournament circuit.

By announcing the selection of these popular RTS games, ESWC’s organizing committee is happy to satisfy the expectations of the enthusiastic player community and to assure the progressive transition from its historic RTS competition towards a new standard in strategy gaming.

Blizzard Entertainment and ESWC’s organizing committee are proud of the agreements put in place to entrench the Irvine-based company’s games within the Electronic Sports World Cup. The Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne and StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty tournaments will be officially represented and organized during the Grand Final and during the international preliminaries, in partnership with Blizzard Entertainment.

About Blizzard Entertainment, Inc :

Best known for blockbuster hits including World of Warcraft® and the Warcraft®, StarCraft®, and Diablo® franchises, Blizzard Entertainment, Inc., a division of Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ: ATVI), is a premier developer and publisher of entertainment software renowned for creating some of the industry’s most critically acclaimed games. Blizzard Entertainment’s track record includes thirteen #1-selling games and multiple Game of the Year awards. The company’s online-gaming service,®, is one of the largest in the world, with millions of active players.

ESWC 2011 announcement

3 12 2010

After having organised a successful season of ESWC in July 2010 in Paris Disneyland France, Games-Solution officially announces the 8th Electronic Sports World Cup.

Orléans, France – December 2nd, 2010

The best gamers all around the world will be able to enter in a new ESWC season and try to qualify for the 8th Electronic Sports World Cup™ 2011 Grand Final (ESWC 2011).

The Grand Final will be held in France by the end of the next year (November/December 2011). Final date and venue will be announced early 2011.

The ESWC 2011 will reward winners with a total prize of $220,000. In 2010, Games-Solution was the first company in electronic sport that used a bank guaranty to insure players they will get their recompense. Following the success that the community shown for this process, the same system will be settled this year.

The games selection is still in process and will be announced soon but every player interested in participating in ESWC preliminaries can from now register and sign up for their national preliminaries here.


Latest updates from ESWC Finals, France

8 07 2010

Warrior and Chong Lit San – Go International Group’s Paris representative”] Team Malaysia has returned from Paris France and we’ve not received a call from them yet. Jet lagged, but we hear their spirits are intact! Despite returning home sans medals this year, the Organisers are pleased that the team had their chance to experience ESWC 2010 again, in what we believe to be a successful event. And that’s what ESWC is all about. A gathering of youth from over 32 countries, an exhange of culture and e-sports knowledge. A true journey for an e-sportsman (or woman) begins with these small steps, we believe. And we’ll keep on taking these steps until we reach our goal. Team Malaysia with loads more medals from international tournaments. Including an international tournament in our very own home ground with our own Go International E-sports Cup.


Read more updates from Multiplay, check out:

View the FLICKR photo gallery.

Results report from – the official website of ESWC FRANCE.

After four days of competition at Disneyland Park of Paris it is time to discover the new Electronic Sports World Cup Champions.

The Electronic Sports World Cup 2010 delivered its verdict after four days of intense competition between 500 players at Disneyland Park of Paris. Congratulations to all new ESWC Champions and all other participants for their performance and for have provided these exciting tournaments.


1. Na’Vi $ 36,000
2. SK Gaming $ 18,000
3. mTw $ 9,000
4. Frag-eXecutors $ 4,100
5/8. Burning! $ 1,600
5/8. compLexity $ 1,600
5/8. fnatic $ 1,600
5/8. Fire Gamers $ 1,600

Counter-Strike Féminin

1. SK Gaming $ 14,000
2. fnatic $ 7,000
3. Millenium $ 3,500
4. Mousesports

Warcraft III

1. Lyn $ 8,000
2. Moon $ 4,000
3. ReMinD $ 2,000
4. Happy


1. Bergie $ 8,000
2. Moriah $ 4,000
3. YoYo $ 2,000
4. Carl


1. Rapha $ 8,000
2. av3k $ 4,000
3. Cooler $ 2,000
4. DaHanG

Defense of the Ancients

1. EHOME $ 14,000
2. DTS $ 7,000
3. MYM $ 3,500


1. Astank $ 8,000
2. Pires $ 4,000
3. Andrei $ 2,000
4. Quinzas

Guitar Hero 5

1. Banobi $ 6,000
2. LuckySonic $ 3,000
3. Smokyprogg $ 1,500
4. Testteam

Need For Speed Shift

1. Steffan $ 6,000
2. Husky $ 3,000
3. Silver $ 1,500
4. lecho

Street Fighter IV

1. Jwong $ 8,000
2. Marn $ 4,000
3. Luffy $ 2,000
4. infiltration