Five great moments that should resonate with anyone… Terran, Protoss, or Zerg!
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Providing a brief recap of the major events, highlight reel games, player and team developments and, of course, a sprinkling of scandal, this multi-part series will be broken down into installments roughly corresponding to the World Championship Series seasons, major events and developments in the scene.
2016 has proven to be as defining a year as any in the history of professional StarCraft 2 competition. Not since the earliest days of the game and the deployment of expansion-packs has the scene altered so drastically. With almost all the major professional tournaments and events wrapped up for the year, it’s time to employ some 20-20 hindsight and attempt to take full measure of the changing nature of professional StarCraft 2 competition.
The StarCraft 2 community has been balancing out ever since it’s fall from the pinnacle of e-sports, mostly shouldering losses of players, teams, and community members. But this summer StarCraft 2 is in a very, very bright place.