Category: Tournaments

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Wild Tournaments – Join Ranked Tournaments with MMR Leaderboards

Long-time TESL player, YouTuber, and streamer AbellWild is organizing the Wild Tournaments tournament series. They take place every Saturday at noon EDT. AbellWild has implemented an ELO system that calculates how many times a player has advanced so that they will be matched with someone of similar skill level at the start of the tournament (non-traditional). AbellWild is looking for...

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TESL Challenge Series – Join SirProok’s Deck Building Tournament Series

SirProok is the organizer of the TESL Challenge Series. He is a long-time TESL player, YouTuber, and Twitch content creator from North Carolina. During the 2019 Master Series, SirProok qualified for the Last Chance Qualifiers with off-meta, home-brew lists, including a Banelord Wound Scout and a Control Daggerfall deck. The TESL Challenge Series allows EST region individuals and Europeans to...

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Jele Island Cup – Play The Conquest Format!

Long-time TESL player and streamer Jele77 is organizing the Jele Island Cup, a monthly tournament series focused on the conquest format. The Jele Island Cup takes place every first Saturday in a month. You can register for tournaments at Jele Island on Battlefy. The winner takes home 60 packs as a prize. The next round, Jele Island Cup #3, will...

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Warpmeta Tournaments Return!

Great news for competitive players of The Elder Scrolls Legends: the Warpmeta Tournaments will return on August 11th, 2019. After the great 2019 Masters Series, there remain few community-run initiatives for TESL tournaments. Therefore, one or two of the Masters Series players had considered turning away from TESL for lack of a competitive scene. Earlier this year, Warpmeta, a prominent...

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Thuldir – The QuakeCon 2019 Interview

So. First off. Thanks for taking time to speak with me. No problem.  How has your QuakeCon experience been so far? I’ve been here last year already and I have to say the organization from PGL was way better than last year from ESL. When you asked them questions, they answered, while last year we didn’t get any information at...

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CVH – The QuakeCon 2019 Interview

You are working for Bethesda as the Legends community manager for over a year now? Yeah, I started in March 2018. So I think it’s about 14 or 15 months, or something like that. Going into the job, what did you really expect from it and how has your expectation of what you’re getting out of this position really changed...

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Wita – The QuakeCon 2019 Interview

Thank you for sitting down with me. No problem, man. So how was your QuakeCon experience so far? It has been great. Everyone’s been super lovely. Obviously, we’ve got to get back into this later, but my performance was not satisfactory. I had a lot of things where I did not play well enough. I did not mulligan correctly. I...

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superthx – The QuakeCon 2019 Interview

About superthx superthx is one of the most consistent tournament players in Legends, winning thirteen Warpmeta tournaments. He is also the winner of the first European Warpmeta tournament ever. He finished ranked play as #1 Legend in October and November 2017, and has four finishes in the top 10 and six in the top 20. This interview was conducted on...

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Boomslife – The QuakeCon 2019 Interview

Boomslife is a veteran Legends player who knows the game since the very early days. He has been playing across multiple accounts, has more than 10,000 wins on ladder and has finished in top 10 and in top 100 numerous times. Last year, he took a bit of a break from the game only to return strong for the 2019...

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Fafal – The QuakeCon 2019 Interview

Fafal is a semi-competitive player of many card games and a fan of RPGs and the Warcraft universe. Fafal made it to top 100 numerous times on the ladder and placed well in several tournaments, like the ESL Final or the Warpmeta EU tournaments. He also streams Legends via his Twitch channel twitch.tv/xfafal. MerryWallofStorms met Fafal at the 2019 Master Series Finals...

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Flow – The QuakeCon 2019 Interview

About Flow Flow only learned a few days prior to the Master Series Finals that he would be replacing one of the top Russian players, ksedden, who unfortunately was unable to get his visa. Flow, a consistent top 10 player on the ladder, is a strong substitution. He was the most consistent of all players across all the qualifier tournaments, and although he...

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Karakondzhul – The QuakeCon 2019 Interview

By MerryWallofStorms About Karakondzhul Karakondzhul has been playing The Elder Scrolls Legends since open beta and has almost 11,000 wins in ranked play. He is among the most consistent top players in the game, finishing in top 10 ten times and taking 5 podiums. Karakondzhul finished at #1 Legend in August 2017. He is also a very strong tournament player....

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Three Days at QuakeCon

By MerryWallofStorms Introduction The following journal details the time that I spent at QuakeCon this past weekend. Day 1 I arrived in Dallas Fort Worth around 3:30 after 6 hours worth of plane rides with little idea of what I was going to be doing next, beyond the potential for an interview with CVH (about which I had emailed him...

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Frenzy – The QuakeCon 2019 Interview

About Frenzy Frenzy started playing in June 2017, regularly earning his spot among the top 100 players in ranked play. Overall, he has earned five top 10 finishes and 8 top 20 finishes. He won the second 2019 Masters Series Qualifier with a very strong set of control decks. This interview was conducted at QuakeCon, on July 27, the day...

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Interview with Frenzy1

This past weekend, Frenzy1 won the second 2019 Master Series Qualifier tournament in what was among the strongest and tightest top 8 bracket ever seen in any Legends tournament. Frenzy started playing in June 2017, regularly earning his spot among the top 100 players in ranked play. Overall, he has earned five top 10 finishes and 8 top 20 finishes....

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Interview with Thuldir

This past weekend, Thuldir won the first 2019 Master Series Qualifier tournament and is the first player to have earned a ticket to the Master Series Finals at QuakeCon from July 25-28. Thuldir has been playing The Elder Scrolls Legends since open beta and has more than 10,000 wins in ranked play. He is among the most consistent top players...

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Announcing the Monthly Blood Warriors Guild Team League

Hail, TES Legends players! Blood Warriors Guild is proud to announce a new Monthly Team League! Teams of four will compete in a Round Robin Conquest format for both awesome prizes and for the prestigious “Guild Champion” title! We’re going to make accommodations for flexible timezone friendly matches wherever possible. Registration begins now and will close on April 4th, 2019....

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WarpMeta #40 Meta Analysis

This Sunday marked WarpMeta #40, an open tournament hosted by WarpMeta that is free to enter. Currently they are hosting weekly tournaments with a $150 prize pool on Sundays at 12:00 EST. For more information, visit the WarpMeta website, watch tournament replays on YouTube, or watch their tournaments live on Twitch. Looking over the field of decks from this Sunday’s...

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WarpMeta TESL EU and US Tournaments

WarpMeta eSports provides a weekly tournament for The Elder Scrolls Legends. On Tuesdays, they are broadcasting a high quality tournament mainly intended for the European Union timezone but it is open to players from all over the world. You can watch some of the best players in the world competing against each other. WarpMeta TESL EU#9 WarpMeta TESL EU #9 is...

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2018 TESL Master Series – Decklists

The 2018 Elder Scrolls Legends Master Series tournament has found it’s winner: Plzdonhakme from Canada. He wins a check over 20,000 USD. Congratulations to him and all players. It’s been a great experience and you can watch all the recorded games at Twitch. Class / House Number of Decks Archer 2 Assassin 3 Battlemage 4 Crusader 4 Dagoth 6 Hlaalu...

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2018 TESL Master Series – Top 8 Bracket

The 2018 Elder Scrolls Legends Master Series tournament has found it’s winner: Plzdonhakme from Canada. He wins a check over 20,000 USD. Congratulations to him and all players. It’s been a great experience and you can watch all the games at Twitch. Here is the results of the top 8 bracket. A complete list with all decklists of all 16...