Adventures of a StarCraft 2 Noob

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On today’s episode of the Noob Nightly…

- We review the results of the MLG Winter Championship (spoiler warning!)

- We go over the MLG Spring schedule, as revealed today during the Winter Championship

- We explain MLG’s “extended series” format in a beginner-friendly way

- We preview the final 8 participants in the GSL Code S Season 2; PartinG, Puzzle, MC, MMA, GuMiho, aLive, Genius and reigning champion DongRaeGu


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ASC2N Presents The Noob Nightly: Episode 1 - March 4th, 2012

On today’s episode of the Noob Nightly, we introduce you to the debut episode and talk about the latest news and hot topics in StarCraft.

- Playhem caster in hot water after disparaging remarks about former SlayerS member Dragon
- GSTL Finals to be held in North America, during IGN Pro League 4 in Las Vegas
- We preview the new StarCraft Master map released by Blizzard
- And the GSL Finals recap between MVPDongRaeGu and MVPGenius!

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So, if you’re like me, you may be new to watching the GSL group rounds and maybe don’t (or didn’t) fully understand how the group rounds are decided and who advances and who gets demoted. Well, I’m here to help!

First thing you need to understand is that the GSL is comprised of two leagues, Code S and Code A. Code S is for the best of the best, the major leagues if you will; Code A is for the better than the rest, or the minor leagues. In either case, you need to be great to play in the GSL, and it takes a lot to make it to Code S.

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