Check out highlights from last weekends match for our Smite team BLG Casually Competitive #10 Shoutcast by Drybear check out higlights of one of the finals matches, Mobility vs Pizza Gaming Last weeks winners.
After being sent down to the Lower Bracket in the ESEA LAN Finals by Netcode Illuminati, Mobility had to face mouseSpaz- to see who would be moving onto the lower bracket finals. Unfortunately our CS squad was unable to surpass mouseSpaz- as they lost on de_lite 5-16 and in game two they went into overtime on de_dust2 but couldn't hold on for a victory falling 17-19.
mouseSpaz- had eliminated our CS 1.6 team from the tournament placing the guys in 4th with a $1200 prize. This was the first LAN event for MG.CS but may certainly not be the last as they have been told they may have a CSGO Invite Division spot in ESEA's Season 14. We have confirmation that omareloff will not be making the move from CS 1.6 to CSGO and we'll be updating everyone on the plans for DAVEY , donE , nitr0 & n2g .
Thanks to everyone who has been supporting MG.CS throughout the season and during the weekend, and also a big thanks to our sponsors!
After being delayed almost 4 hours at the ESEA LAN Finals, our Counter-Strike 1.6 team was finally able to get their match underway against Netcode Illuminati. The first map was on de_tuscan and was definitely a one sided match up for Netcode. The second map was de_nuke, donE and the boys started T side, and ended the first half 13-2. On CT side Mobility managed to get 7 rounds but it wasn't enough to get the victory.
Mobility.CS has been sent to the lower brackets to face mouseSpaz- today at 5pm PST but with all the delays today we can't confirm that start time. We'll keep everyone posted via social media so be sure to follow us!
Yesterday Mobility Gaming's Counter-Strike 1.6 team landed in Dallas, Texas for the ESEA Season 13 LAN Finals. Along side DAVEY , donE , nitr0 and omareloff , Paul " n2g " Lao joined the team a few weeks ago taking LeakiMMM's spot. The boys are getting ready for their first match today against the first seed, Netcode. Time TBA.
We'll be updating you on their match results right here on http://www.Mobility-Gaming.com and all of our social media pages. We'll have pictures of the guys rocking our new jerseys, have some video footage to upload during and after the event, and we'll be posting HLTV IPs.
Our friends and sponsor, LEET Clothing, will be giving away some custom T-Shirts and Mobility Gaming jerseys tomorrow, Sunday April 21st. We'll be updating everyone on how you can win later on today so be sure to check back for updates!
EDIT: (12:20pm PST) Matches have been delayed, still not sure of an exact time as of right now
We're pleased to announce that our SMITE Division has won Borderland Gaming's Casually Competitive #10.
Mobility.SMITE started the tournament off Sunday morning against Team Cyan in the first round. After defeating Team Cyan they faced Sanity Gaming and came out victorious. In the Semifinals Mobility Gaming went up against the Casual Competitive #9 champs, Pizza Gaming. Even if it seemed Pizza Gaming was the fan favorite to win, Mobility Gaming showed up to this match to take the win and secure them a spot in the finals. nuBreed had defeated Gank Gaming in their Semifinals match up to put themselves up against Mobility.SMITE.
Game one of the finals was a bit one sided in favor of Mobility Gaming, great team play and communication put the boys up 1-0. Game two looked good early on for Mobility but after being up 10,000 gold, nuBreed managed to come back after some miss communication and bad positioning by Mobility to tie the series at one a piece. After a stressful loss, Mobility showed everyone that mistakes happen and that you can pull it together. Some great teamwork, communication and skill in game 3 show very early on. At one point it was 8-0 for Mobility then a bit of trading back and forth but nothing that could shutdown the lead for our SMITE division which eventually went on to win Borderland Gaming's Casually Competitive #10
We would like to thank all of our fans for cheering us on during the tournament and we'd like to welcome all of our new fans, you'll be seeing us next weekend in Casually Competitive #11!
Another weekend, another few tournaments and two new members for our SMITE division.
Mobility Gaming would like to welcome Iamtehwin and DaretoCare , two new members of MG.SMITE. After undergoing tryouts, Khronox and the boys will now be playing alongside these two gentlemen in this weekends Curse Of The Gods & Bordland Gaming tournaments.
Our SMITE division headed into the Curse Of The Gods tournaments today, Saturday April 13th, without their starter Dehboy going up against Team Random 5(TR5) in the first round. After a rocky start, Mobility Gaming came back from a 0-7 deficit to win the first round. Round two was a different story however. They faced off against ROOT Gaming, one of the top SMITE teams at the moment, and it was more or less a little one sided.
The guys ended the day 1-1 and will now be focusing on Borderland Gaming's Casual Competitive #10 Tournament scheduled for Sunday April 14th.
The ESEA LAN finals are just around the corner and our Counter-Strike 1.6 team is getting ready to pack their bags and head to Dallas, Tx!
While the guys are at the event they will be recording some videos and they would like your help. Let them know what kind of footage you would like to see from them at @MobilityGaming on Twitter and Facebook.com/MobilityGaming
If you are at the event please come say hi, if you're watching their matches on ESEA's stream root for them in chat.
We'll be giving away some prizes during the LAN finals so please be sure to like our Facebook page, follow us on Twitter and subscribe to our YouTube so you don't miss your chance to win!