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JASON VASILOFF IS THE WORLD CHAMPION OF ESPORTS FOR 2019

WCEIII Presentation



WCEIII began 9 months ago on 12 April 2019. With an increased schedule of 36 different games over a 32 week season, this was an even greater competition in the toughest eSports championship on the planet.



The 2019 Championship was played over 4 tournaments and drew gamers into competition from 15 countries.

MGLXXXIX was played from 12-Apr-19 to 9-Jun-19 and was won by Jason Vasiloff from Michigan. Matt Sales from Colorado played great and finished in 2nd place. bigredbird from Tasmania was only 7 points further behind and finished in a great 3rd place. Daniel Larsen from Denmark finished in 4th place, and Robert Macauley from South Australia finished in 5th place.



MGLXL was played from 28-Jun-19 to 25-Aug-19 and was won by Jason Vasiloff for his 2nd MGL win in the series. Daren Oliver from Wiltshire, England, finished in 2nd place, just missing out on the title by 2 points, with 3 game wins. Daniel Larsen finished in 3rd place, and only 3 points behind, was Matt Sales who finished in 4th place. Robert Macauley finished in 5th place for consecutive tournaments.



MGLXLI was played from 13-Sep-19 to 10-Nov-19 and was won by Jason Vasiloff for his incredible three peat. Matt Sales finished in 2nd place, only 9 points behind the winner. Daniel Larsen finished in 3rd place. Robert Macauley was only 4 points behind and finished in 4th place. Pessimeister from Victoria recorded his best ever MGL finish with 5th place.



MGLXLII was played from 29-Nov-19 to 26-Jan-20 and was won by Derek Long from South Australia. He is the first Australian to win the tournament since Robert Macauley won MGL25 in 2015, that’s 5 years ago. Jason Vasiloff played excellent, only 6 points behind the winner, and finished in 2nd place. Matt Sales was only 1 point further behind and finished in a very competitive 3rd place. Daniel Larsen finished in 4th place for the 2nd time this season, and Robert Macauley finished in 5th place for the 3rd time this season.



Final World Championship of eSports standings:



Congratulations to all gamers that participated in WCEIII, the third “all time” World Championship of eSports. To play in all 36 games for 32 weeks on these super tough games is an amazing achievement. The Top 20 deserve special mention for their outstanding effort and great achievement in the contest.



Several new personal bests and world records were achieved by gamers. Many of these MGL scores were submitted by gamers to Twin Galaxies for verification, and to improve their TG ESI ranking in the world standings. The competition was close by all standards of tenacity, endurance, strategy, timing and skill. However throughout the 4 tough tournaments, Jason Vasiloff played excellent in the 36 games during the season, including 11 game wins, to become the undisputed World Champion of eSports.



The Top 7 of the World Championship of eSports for 2019 are as follows:

1. Jason Vasiloff (USA)
2. Matt Sales (USA)
3. Daniel Larsen (Denmark)
4. Robert Macauley (Australia)
5. Jeff Mikuska (USA)
6. Darren Mcgahey (Northern Ireland)
7. Pessimeister (Australia)



Prizes have been won by these gamers for their outstanding performance and gaming in this World Championship. Congratulations to you all.



Congratulations Jason Vasiloff, World Champion of eSports for 2019.



OOO

WCEIII end credits ...


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  1. timmell's Avatar

    Always will be in my heart.

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  2. Salim Farhat's Avatar

    At least I participated somewhat. Maybe next time I will take part in every single one. I may not be able to hit 1, but I'll try!


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  3. JasonV91's Avatar

    This time last year, I had only played in one previous MGL, and decided I wanted to set myself a goal to play in all four quarters in the next season. It was a long grind, and quite a challenge competing on so many games against so many great players, but I'm happy to have seen it through, and of course, very pleased to have won the title.

    Congratulations to all the competitors - it's not an easy thing to grind through so many games that may be new to you (I know I only had previous scores submitted for 10 of the 36 total games), and that dedication should be celebrated. I also want to thank @OOO for yet another successful MGL season - it takes a lot of work to organize and maintain even the simplest of tournaments, but even with something as large and extended as MGL, he goes above and beyond with his preparation, enthusiasm, and execution of the tournament and its updates, to say nothing of his generosity in providing the prize pool. The CAG community is lucky to have you, and we appreciate all you do...thank you Paul.

    With this goal completed, I may move on to some others on my list before coming back to MGL sometime down the road. That being said, I would highly recommend anyone that plays CAG to participate in future MGL tournaments - it's a great way to learn new games that you might not otherwise have played, and competing directly against others on the same titles over a set period of time is an excellent way to introduce a new level of challenge to your gaming. Think you're hot stuff? Play in the MGL and see how you stack up!

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  4. Tracey's Avatar

    congrats Jason I enjoy these contests too and they give me an extra insentive to get into different games as well as the usual half dozen or so games at the arcade that get played most sessions. Paperboy was definately a good one from this contest and it might even make it onto my shortlist at some point depending how many games we can pick and if its excluded with it being drawn this time.

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  5. lexmark's Avatar

    Congrats, Jason for winning.

    Congrats to all the other that won a prize.

    Nice work for all those that participated.

    AND another great job by Paul (OOO) of organising the event. Not to mention the very nice $$$$prizes.



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  6. Ragequit's Avatar

    Quote Originally Posted by JasonV91

    This time last year, I had only played in one previous MGL, and decided I wanted to set myself a goal to play in all four quarters in the next season. It was a long grind, and quite a challenge competing on so many games against so many great players, but I'm happy to have seen it through, and of course, very pleased to have won the title.

    Congratulations to all the competitors - it's not an easy thing to grind through so many games that may be new to you (I know I only had previous scores submitted for 10 of the 36 total games), and that dedication should be celebrated. I also want to thank @OOO for yet another successful MGL season - it takes a lot of work to organize and maintain even the simplest of tournaments, but even with something as large and extended as MGL, he goes above and beyond with his preparation, enthusiasm, and execution of the tournament and its updates, to say nothing of his generosity in providing the prize pool. The CAG community is lucky to have you, and we appreciate all you do...thank you Paul.

    With this goal completed, I may move on to some others on my list before coming back to MGL sometime down the road. That being said, I would highly recommend anyone that plays CAG to participate in future MGL tournaments - it's a great way to learn new games that you might not otherwise have played, and competing directly against others on the same titles over a set period of time is an excellent way to introduce a new level of challenge to your gaming. Think you're hot stuff? Play in the MGL and see how you stack up!

    We are lucky to have you too jason! But i wonder where do you find the time to do inp. analysis and play like a beast in these tournaments? lol
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  7. JasonV91's Avatar

    Quote Originally Posted by Ragequit

    We are lucky to have you too jason! But i wonder where do you find the time to do inp. analysis and play like a beast in these tournaments? lol

    No kids! ;)

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