Victory in partnership with Bulkhead Interactive will host an international Battalion1944-tournament with up to €25 000 in prizemoney!
Victory in partnership with Bulkhead Interactive will host an international Battalion1944 tournament with up to €25,000 in prizemoney!
No PC? No biggy. Enjoy playing the game on one of the PC’s in the TUP-area.
More info on ticketing, prize distribution, talent lineup, special guests, … will be announced soon. In the meanwhile show your interest here and stay up to date with the progression of the tournament!
The tournament wil be a trip down memory lane for Victory’s organisers as they played a big part in the community fo some of the games on which Battalion1944 is inspired.
Steven Leunens (also known as ‘dfb’) was the founder of TEK9, a prominent team during the COD-PC era. Not only that, but TEK9 was the biggest community website for COD during this time. And to top it all off, Steven hosted legendary events for this very community like the Outpost on Fire and Antwerp Esports Festival.
Birger De Geyter was the manager of COD1 CPL 2004 winners, United 5 and COD4 i34 winners, LowLandLions.
Davy Sysmans was one of the core members of Steven’s TEK9 cod-team. A COD2 World Champion at WSVG Dallas and European champion at Eurocup XV Enschede, amongst numerous other titles. He also competed on the highest level in Battalion 1944 for Method gaming before turning to a coaching role as age caught up to him.
“Battalion 1944 recaptures the core of classic competitive shooters & refines the ‘classic’ FPS feel for the next generation. Focusing on 5v5 infantry combat, where precise flick shots with your Kar98, covering fire with your Thompson and fluid movement are key to clutching every round for your team.”