Cadred regularly attends events around Europe, and even as far away as North America, bringing top quality live coverage to our readers.
Below are just a few examples of the organisations we've teamed up with to be official coverage partners at their events, flying out one or more staff to provide on-site coverage, features and galleries.
The United Kingdom eSports Association, or UKeSA, is a non-profit organisation set-up to support UK based competitive gaming. As of 2009, the UKeSA is running three seasons of esports leagues each year, and the first season boasts an impressive £40,000 in prizes.
Cadred are the official coverage partner of UKeSA, providing live coverage of the leagues and cups hosted by this organisation, as well as features, interviews and more. Cadred will also attend any events that the UKeSA hosts in the future.
Cadred was awarded the official news coverage partner for Multiplay at their events in 2007 and has kept the status since then, delivering up to the minute scores, reports, galleries and features from the Counter Strike Source tournaments.
Multiplay's I-Series events are the biggest LAN tournaments in the UK, often with over 2000 people attending to compete, interact and have fun playing PC games. The professional tournaments are a large part of the events, regularly getting just short of 100 teams entering.
The Crossfire Challenges grow from strength to strength and Cadred is proud to be the official news and coverage partner for Call of Duty tournaments. At Crossfire Challenge 5, Cadred provided coverage, interviews, results and galleries.
Crossfire.nu is a large online community whioh also runs ET and RTCW events, as well as holding online qualifications for their LAN events.
The Electronic Sports League is Europe's biggest online league, which also runs a large number of LAN events around the world.
Cadred is their official coverage partner for Counter-Strike: Source and Call of Duty 4, both online and at LAN events, giving our readers up to date coverage from all the games, news, and providing galleries and features live from their events.
A new and dedicated German based tournament specifically for Counter Strike Source. Who better than the leading European Counter Strike Source coverage team to cover it for them? Cadred had multiple staff on site to cover the tournament from start to finish with up to date results, multiple galleries, exclusive interviews and the all important brackets.
Cadred will continue to attend the finals of these ICY BOX Series events in Berlin, as official coverage partner, and we are very supportive of such a small event that manages to pull in such a great pool of talent to their events.
LAN 79 is another huge supporter of the Counter Strike Source community with its passionate and well run tournaments proving popular with attendees and spectators alike.
Once again, if its Counter Strike Source, Cadred will be there and LAN 79 was no different. We had multiple staff on the ground in 2007 and 2008, reporting directly to the world's Source fans, and we will be back in France in May 2009 for their third installment.
A Finnish based lan which Cadred partnered with to bring up to the second scores and exclusive match reports, galleries and interviews, live from the events in Finland.
Assembly hosts two events a year, one in Helsinki (Summer) and one in Tampere (Winter), both of which Cadred have attended, and we will certainly look at attending more Assembly events in the future.
The CGS World Final gave away over $1million in each season and Cadred was the official European news and coverage partner throughout 2007 and 2008. Cadred also had staff at every match of the World Finals, following all the action, reporting on it in real time via a Live Blog.
Cadred made sure up to the minute scores, galleries, stories and exclusive interviews were available to the community.
Voted "Best LAN tournament 2008" in the 2008 Cadred eSport awards, TeX was a huge success all round. Easily the most popular tournament of the year with players and fans alike.
Cadred was on site in Denmark to bring live scores, updates, interviews, exclusive photography and the all important match results, both last year and the year before, and we look forward to returning to Roskilde for 2009.
As a long term supporter of the SGL, it was perhaps no surprise to find Cadred on site reporting all of the match results and all of the "other" stories going on over this controversial weekend.
While Game Frontier's first event under SGL's brand was not the success they hoped, we at Cadred look forward to future events from them, confident that the second time will go alot smoother than the first.
EnemyDown, now owned by TNWA Ltd, is one of the oldest, and also one of the biggest, online leagues. In the last year or so they have worked hard at improving their reputation within the competitive communities, and have put on some top quality events, such as the Eurokrieg which boasted a €5,000 first prize.
Cadred provides up to date coverage of all their Counter-Strike: Source, Call of Duty 4 and Team Fortress 2 leagues and tounrmanets, as well as other news about the league.
Clanbase, now owned by the Global Gaming League, is another league which can proudly boast about both its age and size. ClanBase's Nations Cups and EuroCups are two of the oldest and most respected names in online tournaments, and continue to attract a large number of top teams.
Cadred is the official coverage partner for ClanBase tournaments, providing up to date coverage of their top tournaments, as well as other Clanbase news.
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