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ACL Sydney Prizes Announced

Mar 22 2012 02:00 PM | Beware  in ACL News
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ACL Sydney 2012 - Prizes Announced

In December last year, ACL was very excited to announce GAMECOM as the platinum sponsor for our event. GAMECOM have once again stepped up to support us at ACL Sydney, contributing a large portion of the ever-growing Prize Pool and providing the ACL Sydney Mainstage, Starcraft 2 Station and Feature Station with top of the line GAMECOM headsets. They are not alone, as we also see the return of Fraglabs and Horize who are graciously donating their ever popular gaming laptops for our Starcraft 2 competitors to enjoy. Also showing their support at ACL Sydney will be our recently announced sponsor TT eSPORTS, who are providing their high quality gaming peripherals for our Starcraft 2 players to use, while also contributing to the Sydney prize pool. Then our most recently announced sponsor, ASUS, with their partners Nvidia, Kingston, Western Digital and CoolerMaster, will be providing not only 32 monitors and many graphics cards & components for prizes and giveaways, but 10 full-house Gaming PCs. These companies have shown their true dedication in helping to shape the future of the competitive eSports scene in Australia and we are proud to support their quality products. All of these companies create outstanding products in their respected fields and you can help support the organisations that support us by checking out their websites and products below.

GAMECOM Partner Page
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Fraglabs & Horize Partner Page
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TT eSPORTS Parnter Page
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ASUS and Partners Partner Page
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ASUS Republic of Gamers Facebook Page

ACL Sydney is on our doorstep and with that it is time to announce the prize breakdowns for each title!


Prize Breakdown for ACL Sydney
Starcraft 2 - $1750

1st - $1000
2nd - $500
3rd - $250

CoD: MW3 - $2000*

1st - $1000
2nd - $600
3rd - $400

Halo:Reach - $2000*

1st - $1000
2nd - $600
3rd - $400

Gears of War 3 - $1750*

1st - $1000
2nd - $500
3rd - $250

Halo: Reach Free For All - $350

1st - $200
2nd - $100
3rd - $50

Fifa 12 - $500

1st - $250
2nd - $150
3rd - $100

*Maximum prize pool based on 15 teams in attendance. This means if there are more then 15 teams in attendance the Prize Pool can increase, however less teams will mean the opposite and the Prize Pool will decrease. Minimum prize pool is guaranteed at $1500 for Halo: Reach/CoD: MW3 and $1300 for Gears of War 3.

Register for ACL Sydney:
If you haven't registered for ACL Sydney yet, what are you waiting for?!

To register for this event visit the registration form here and the Gears of War 3 registration form here.
A week out from the tournament date is confirmation, which will require you to revisit the form and confirm your attendance.

You can view registered teams and players here and Gears of War 3 registered teams here.

Online Tournament Passes:
ACL live events have long been 'pay at the door' type events. While we don't want to stop this service and the convenience of cash, we are trying to limit the administrative duties involved with this process. For starters, teams can sometimes show up last minute or don't confirm their registration. Not knowing confirmed teams can cause problems for table, venue and layout planning. Secondly, the registration process on the day can be vastly streamlined by the prepay process. Thirdly, and more obviously for event organisers, it lessens some of the burden of event costs prior to the date. So at the end of the day the event pricing hasn't changed at all, if you're organised. Pay online early and help us spend more time creating an awesome event for you!

Head over to ACL's store by clicking on the 'STORE' tab above or head directly there by clicking the link here. Click on your desired event title and press 'Add to cart', once you are done select 'Checkout' and follow the instructions for payment details. You have the options of Direct Deposit (Bank Transfer) and Paypal.

General Event Details:
Dates: April 21st - April 22nd
Venue: UNSW Roundhouse, University of New South Wales, Cnr High Street & Anzac Parade, Kensington, Sydney, 2052

Check out the announcement thread for this event, which includes equipment requirement, accommodation suggestion, parking information and all general information here.

ACL has been striving to set the benchmark for competitive gaming since the inception of its National Pro Circuit in 2010 and with the support of our sponsors and partners we can surpass our previous goals and take it to the next level!

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Slayerx 

23 March 2012 - 06:41 PM
Could this be the first even where COD gets more teams than Halo?

18 rego'd compared to 3 for Reach.
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ausbox 

23 March 2012 - 06:52 PM

View PostSlayerx, on 23 March 2012 - 06:41 PM, said:

Could this be the first even where COD gets more teams than Halo?

18 rego'd compared to 3 for Reach.


Gold Coast had more teams for CoD than Halo.

Halo - http://www.aclpro.co...ast-4v4-results
CoD - http://www.aclpro.co...-mw3-gc-results

Awesome prizes, looking forward to it!
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xMsl 

23 March 2012 - 08:50 PM
Amazing prizes :P
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schmuttt 

23 March 2012 - 09:17 PM

View PostSlayerx, on 23 March 2012 - 06:41 PM, said:

Could this be the first even where COD gets more teams than Halo?

18 rego'd compared to 3 for Reach.


Pretty sure there was more at ACL Bris 2010 and that trend has continued since then (For most events anyway).
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Slayerx 

23 March 2012 - 09:28 PM
Hmmm from memory i thought the Halo area was a lot bigger than the COD area.

Hopefully Reach can get 20 teams.
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Beware 

23 March 2012 - 09:30 PM

View Postschmutttampon, on 23 March 2012 - 09:17 PM, said:

Pretty sure there was more at ACL Bris 2010 and that trend has continued since then (For most events anyway).


ACL Gold Coast was the first event that had more CoD teams then Halo teams.
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FlyingBanana 

26 March 2012 - 06:23 PM
yeah good for gamecon contributing to e-sports
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Jayce 

26 March 2012 - 07:11 PM
Wow amazing prizes! $1000 for Halo winners? That's crazy haha!
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Slazy 

26 March 2012 - 08:07 PM
It wont be Jayce unless more than 15 halo teams turn up. GG halo.
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