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IEM Global Championship Groups Announced

The last event of the Intel Extreme Masters season has announced the groups for the first stage of the event.

The Intel Extreme Masters has announced their groups for the last event of the IEM season, the IEM Global Championships.

Group A of CS1.6 is by far the hardest group of the two Counter Strike groups. You have the best team in the world – according to the G7 teams – fnatic along with Intel Extreme Masters Europe champion mousesports, WCG 2007 champions oxmoze, mTw, and Intel Extreme Masters American champion Team EG all in the game group. The Asian Intel Extreme Masters event second place finisher will also be in this group.

In Group B, you have IEM Chengdu champion SK-Gaming, a new threat in Roskilde Raven, the new KerchNET lineup, MYM, compLexity and the Asian Intel Extreme Masters event champion.

Quake groups appear just as tough as rapha, cooller, av3k, chance and stermy are all in the same group. Asia's first place finisher will also compete in this group.

Group B for Quake seems to be something to watch as well, with American champion da_hang playing painkiller legend vo0, European champion cipher, strenx and finally fox all in the game group. Asia's second place finisher will take the last spot in Group B.

Intel Extreme Masters Global Championship:



Counter Strike Groups

Group A:

fnatic
mousesports
Oxmoze
mTw
Team EG
Asian 2nd Place Team

Group B:

SK Gaming
Roskilde Ravens
KerchNET
MeetYourMakers
compLexity
Asian Winner

Quake Live Groups

Group A:

rapha
Chance
av3k
cooller
Stermy
Asia 1st

Group B:

DaHanG
vo0
Cypher
strenx
fox
Asia 2nd

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