Gamestah has some big plans in 2011 with both continuing coverage and upcoming leagues.
Counterstrike 1.6 and Source
With a great close to 2010, the Counterstrike train continues to roll with possibly the biggest number of professional leagues and events being run in 2011.
- Cybergamer will be running another two MegaComps to help determine seedings for next season - a professional and an amateur competition. They will be run on the 9th January and 16th January respectively.
- Cybergamer's WD leagues will also move into their fourth season, keeping the same format of two Invite leagues, one Main and one Amateur.
- ESportsMasters have also stated in 2011 that they will be running their own Source leagues, with Professional, Intermediate and Main. On January 2, the showcase match between Fraggers and Callers is being casted by Gamestah Radio, so stay tuned for that.
- We've heard word from GotGames that CEVO may possibly make a return in 2011, and being in talks with Pyromaniak, Gamestah is overly excited to see it's long awaited return.
- Last but not least, Sublime may possibly run their second season of competition, after a great success to the first season, can Nateus pull out the goods again?
- We always like following our teams overseas to compete with the rest, so in 2011 Gamestah will be providing coverage of all WCG finals games that feature our Australian team qualifier
Call of Duty
Call of Duty 4 has always been the fallback of competitive COD after World at War and MW2 have been dissapointing in the Australian Community. However, Black Ops is a step above its predecessors and may just bring an end to COD4 being the number one game.
- Providing Black Ops is correctly patched for a Warmod, Cybergamer will run their own style of leagues that we have also seen previously with the Professional league at the top of the mountain. It has been over a year since the likes of Team Immunity and Archaic have taken competitions as seriously when they first began, however Black Ops may just be the game that changes all of that.
- ESportsMasters will run their Call of Duty 4 leagues until Black Ops is ready for competitive play, and Gamestah will be there with both Video and Audio streaming of many matches.
Team Fortress 2
Speardave and co have continued for multiple years to provide top GTV coverage of all the main matches in TF2 land, and I'm sure that 2011 will be no exception.
- OzFortress is the place running the major competitions, and after just finishing owl4, another summer edition may be on the cards with all three divisions still showing plenty of heated contests on the maps we all know and love.