TWIL 2014 season is open

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ButchCassidy

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We are proud to announce that the TWIL 2014 season has now started and we are inviting all clans who wish to take part in our Tournaments and Ladders to begin registering at the new TWIL web site.
The website is still a work in progress and you will see a lot of development being added over the next week or two as we move closer to our first event of year.

Register your clan for the 2014 TWIL season here http://www.twiladder.com



Our first Tournament this will year will be The Stalingrad Cup.
Which is a single elimination knockout tournament played in the RO2 Territory gametype.

Prizes:
1st = $500
2nd = $300
3rd & 4th = $100

Dependant upon registrations we hope to begin this tournament around the 10th March.

Many thanks to you all for your continued support and patience and good luck to all the clans and players during the coming season.

 
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ma21212

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Cool! Ill try to get my clan to participate. Any idea when the matches will take place? EU or US times, on weekdays or weekends?
 
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