It was another action-packed epic.LAN earlier this month, featuring a range of tournaments from CSGO to Rocket League, 1v1 League of Legends and more. Here are the winners, all of whom won cash prizes and tickets to epic28.
In CSGO, fish123 emerged victorious, winning £2,250. The team once again featured well-known UK pro player smooya, who helped them take down Buzzkill in the final.
Speaking of Buzzkill, their Rocket League team won the 3v3 Rocket League tournament (pictured), beating BOLO in the final. They picked up £600, tickets to the next event and Logitech headsets.
Moving on to StarCraft II (the game that refuses to die at epic.LAN), RazerBlader was number one, taking home £350, with second-lace Spazymazyy receiving £100.
Feels amazing to have won Epic 27. 8 years ago after a loss at one of my first LANs i set myself a goal to win a UK event. It took a long time, but the wait was worth it!!!!
Thanks to @ePunksGG for their support, @epicLAN and the whole UK community for enabling these events. pic.twitter.com/VT3h1YadPY
— Raza Sekha (@RazerBladerSC2) June 16, 2019
Then, in Rainbow Six Siege, it was Demise that claimed the first prize of £525, defeating Peak Esports in the final.
As usual, epic.LAN played host to a number of more community-focused fun tournaments. The winners of those are as follows:
- UBQ Squads – PUBGReddit+2
- Beat Saber – DeeEmmSee (pro winner) and Yeggstry (amateur winner)
- League of Legends 1v1 – Azrael_Jiraco
- Super Smash Bros Ultimate – Davecena
- F1 2012 – Randomperson255
It’s not an epic.LAN without a pub quiz – and Teamed Hams were the victors with 67 points.
epic28 will take place from October 10th to 13th at Kettering Conference Centre. There are more details on the epic.LAN website.
Dom is an award-winning writer who graduated from Bournemouth University with a 2:1 degree in Multi-Media Journalism in 2007.
A keen League of Legends and World of Warcraft player, he has written for a range of publications including GamesTM, Nintendo Official Magazine, industry publication MCV as well as Riot Games and others. He works as full-time content director for the British Esports Association and runs ENUK in his spare time.