Starting November 9th, anyone who has taken part in the Nosgoth Closed Beta will be able to take part in an ESL Nosgoth Closed Beta Cup Series in both North America and Europe. Prizes will be featured on a weekly and monthly basis.

Game Director Corey Davis showed his belief in Nosgoth’s potential stating, “We believe Nosgoth offers a compelling competitive gaming experience and has the potential to be successful as an e-sports title, as such we’re making the tools to facilitate competitive gaming and are excited to see how this is received by the community.”

For full details on the Nosgoth Close Beta Cup, please visit http://www.esl.eu/eu/nosgoth/

That’s not all that’s included in the latest update, however, since players now also have the ability to host private matches on dedicated servers, being given control over the match and map details. Those wanting to participate in 5 v 5 matches will also be able so for the first time ever.

In a bid to simplify the recording of matches, NosCam has also been introduced, allowing players to have freedom over the camera control, alongside the ability to edit it to their liking as well. In addition, X-fire is also supported.

In the Halloween spirit? Then why not take part in the Devil’s Night event, which is now available in-game now. Visit the links below for more details on how to participate.

Main Portal (links to EU & US): http://play.eslgaming.com/nosgoth/global/

US Beta cups portal: http://play.eslgaming.com/nosgoth/global/nosgoth/major/closed-beta-cup-series-na

EU Beta cups portal: http://play.eslgaming.com/nosgoth/global/nosgoth/major/closed-beta-cup-series-eu

Take a look at the previously released anticipation trailer for the Open Beta, to see what the fuss is all about.

 

 

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