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#0 - 2010/07/28 10:15:36 AM
World of Warcraft provides us with an in-depth analysis of the changes to PvP that will be implemented with Cataclysm. Read the full article for an interesting preview of rated battlegrounds and the changes that will affect RMP setups and Mortal Strike.
Also, be sure to check out MLG's interview with Talbadar, from Arenapwnage, to learn his thoughts about Cataclysm and multi-classing.

Warcraft III
The 146th edition of the weekly ZOTAC-Cup was played last Sunday, and South Korean Night Elf player Kim "ReMinD" SungSik defeated Danish player Thomas "ThomasG" Glinski, playing as Skingle, in three games. It was the 22nd victory for the most accomplished ZOTAC-Cup player in the world and he doesn't seem to be willing to stop!

StarCraft II
British terran player Benjamin "DeMusliM" Baker won the historic final StarCraft II Beta ZOTAC-Cup, which once again attracted 512 keen players. In the final he beat jimpo by the score of 3-1, claiming his second victory in the history of the cup.

American shoutcaster Sean "Day[9]" Plott has launched "Day[9]'s King of the Beta" tournament, featuring eight of the best players from all over the world fighting for their share of the $3,000 prize pool.
The first games have already concluded and VODs are available on day9tv.

In the 23rd Go4SC2 Cup Ukrainian Eugeniy "Strelok" Oparishev emerged victorious after defeating his countryman Oleksii "White-Ra" Krupnyk in four games. This win takes Strelok to first place in the overall Go4SC2 StarCraft II Beta rankings, knocking Tarson off the top spot.
The Electronic Sports League is coming back with Go4SC2 next week so make sure to sign up to get involved!

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