Zero Point Software, the developer of Interstellar Marines, is extremely proud to announce its participation at Copenhagen Games 2015, where the game’s first offline eSport tournament, Interstellar Fight Night, will be held on Wednesday, April 1st
Four teams will compete to win DKK 5000 (USD 700) on the stage at Copenhagen Games, with the games being streamed live for viewers who are not able to attend.
“We’ve long wanted to hold an offline tournament, and Copenhagen Games is a natural place for us to hold our first one”, explained Thordis Bjartmarz, Marketing Manager. “Our community has held a number of online events, and we’re eager to see that same level of competitiveness offline”.
The event will start at 20:30 CET on April 1st at the Sennheiser stage, with the four teams battling it out in this first Interstellar Marines eSport tournament being:
- Badger Esports from Norway (http://badger-esports.co.uk/)
- Frederiksberg Esports from Denmark (http://frederiksbergesport.dk/)
- MnM Gaming from Germany (http://www.mnm-gaming.co.uk/)
- Team Karma from The United States (http://www.karmacsgo.com/) which are also the only female team to participate in Interstellar Fight Night.