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CPL-Europe update

Pro-gaming hits London and Berlin in August

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CPL-Europe's London event will be kicking off in about six hours time at the Novotel in Hammersmith, London. Highlights include Counter-Strike and Quake 3 Arena teamplay tournaments as well as a smaller than expected Bring-Your-Own-Computer LAN party area, plenty of room for spectators and big-screen action live from the competitions, with running commentary courtesy of Killcreek and Sujoy. EuroGamer should be there on Sunday to cover the final rounds of the Quake 3 competition as the likes of UNR, 4Kings, Schroet Kommando and Tulls battle it out for their share of the €30,000 prize purse.

Also on site will be 3Q and their Q-Clone Generator, which scans your face and produces a 3D model ready to be dropped into games such as Quake 3 Arena and Unreal Tournament. You can even add some impressive scars to your computer modelled face, and choose which helmet and body you want your model to have. Everyone registered for the event will get one free scan worth £10, so if you fancy a look drop by their booth.

And in other news, the website is now open for the CPL Berlin event, featuring some early information about the event as well as a registration form. CPL-Europe will be hitting Berlin between August 31st and September 2nd.

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