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Starcraft Bus named Ford's top volume pool account
The Elkhart Truth
Starcraft Bus has purchased and sold more Ford E-Series chassis than any other bus manufacturer in North America since 2006. (Starcraft bus logo). Posted at 3:59 p.m.. GOSHEN — Ford has announced that Starcraft Bus is the top volume pool account in ...

Posted: February 13, 2016, 9:00 pm

MCV Pacific
Spend Valentine's Day watching the StarCraft II World Championship Series ANZ Finals
Stevivor
Valentine's Day weekend will feature the ANZ Finals of the StarCraft II World Championship Series. Said round features the top 16 competitors in Australia and New Zealand, including including WCS Premier players Petraeus, Iaguz, PiG (above) and NXZ, ...
eSports: StarCraft II World Championship Series Challenger - ANZ Finals this weekendMCV Pacific

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Posted: February 12, 2016, 2:54 am

Kotaku
Pro Player Tries To Play StarCraft And Hearthstone At The Same Time
Kotaku
StarCraft is extremely fast on its own (especially when you control Zerg) and Hearthstone turns have a time limit, so you can't chill there browsing cards either. Switching between the two can get messy easily. He handles things pretty well, but it ...

Posted: February 11, 2016, 2:40 pm
Starcraft Bus Named Ford's Top Volume Pool Account for 10th Consecutive Year
MassTransitMag.com (press release) (registration) (blog)
Ford has announced that Starcraft Bus is the top volume pool account in the bus category for the tenth year in a row. Starcraft Bus has purchased and sold more Ford E-Series chassis than any other bus manufacturer in North America since 2006. “We are ...

Posted: February 8, 2016, 3:47 pm

SiliconANGLE (blog)
StarCraft 2 champion 'Life' arrested for alleged involvement with match fixing
SiliconANGLE (blog)
In yet another blow to the Korean StarCraft 2 esports community, legendary player Lee “Life” Seung Hyun has been arrested for allegedly participating in match fixing in professional tournaments. Seung Hyun is ranked third in StarCraft 2's ELO ranking ...
StarCraft 2014 World Champion in Police Custody in South Korea for Alleged Ties to Match-FixingInquirer.net
Greatest Starcraft 2 Pro Taken into Police Custody on Match Fixing ChargesSegmentNext
Starcraft II Elite match-fixing revealedPC Authority

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Posted: February 1, 2016, 5:18 pm
Starcraft 2: Life arrested for match fixing allegations
Geek Snack
Last year was not a good one for the StarCraft 2 Community, mainly because of some unexpected scandals. Top tier players and coaches were suspected and then banned for life after match-fixing scandals that burst out in October. Pro players, YoDa and ...

Posted: February 1, 2016, 2:22 pm

Kotaku Australia
Criticisms About The StarCraft 2 Team Is Starting To Get To The Developers
Kotaku Australia
Complaints about balance has been an ongoing theme throughout the course of StarCraft 2's development, and an element of that has always resulted in some hostility towards the developers and David Kim in particular. This isn't new. It's been happening ...

Posted: February 1, 2016, 3:33 am

Kotaku
2014 StarCraft World Champion Taken Into Custody In South Korea
Kotaku
The Korean e-Sports Association (KeSPA) announced this morning that 2014 StarCraft 2 World Champion and 2015 runner-up Lee “Life” Seung Hyun, has been taken into custody by authorities at the Changwon District Prosecutor's Office in the South ...
Former StarCraft 2 world champ questioned by match-fixing investigatorsPC Gamer
World championship runner-up Life implicated in StarCraft 2 match-fixing scandalPCGamesN

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Posted: January 29, 2016, 4:48 pm

Kotaku
StarCraft: Brood War Remains Great In 2016
Kotaku
StarCraft and longtime esports fans got a rare treat this weekend: an English-language cast of a major StarCraft: Brood War final between two of the game's biggest stars. In its heyday, Brood War was practically a Korean national pastime, with finals ...

Posted: January 25, 2016, 10:04 pm
You must construct additional pylons: South Korea's shrinking StarCraft II talent pool
ESPN
On Dec. 17, Blizzard announced dramatic changes to its World Championship Series circuit for StarCraft II. The summary was that the old WCS tournament hosted by ESL had been cut. Instead, the Intel Extreme Masters, DreamHack and Red Bull events ...

Posted: January 20, 2016, 5:08 pm

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