European ESL Amateur Series in Homefront by THQ

Sunday, April 17, will be the launch day of the new ESL Amateur Series in Homefront by THQ. The teams, each consisting of six players, will fight for the European Homefront crown in the "Ground Control" mode. Sennheiser, one of the partners of the Electronic Sports League (ESL), will award the winning team of the upcoming season with six pairs of the PC headset model 163D. In addition, ESL will provide the team with a free 6-month Premium account. The teams placed second and third will be awarded with a stylish Homefront merchandise as well as free ESL's Premium accounts. At the end of the Homefront ESL Amateur Series a most valuable player of the season will be chosen from among all the participants of the league. The Homefront MVP will receive a remote-controlled Parrot AR Drone.

Details concerning the rules of the Homefront ESL Amateur Series, the registration, precedures and schedule will be announced soon on the ESL's Homefront website.

Registration for the Homefront ESL Amateur Series is already possible. The players who are currently looking for a new team rae advised to visit the ESL's Homefront forum.

Homefront is the latest cation title from THQ and due to its innovative multiplayer mode it's ideal for an eSports discipline. For more information visit

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With more that 2,9 million users the Electronic Sports League is Europe's largest league for computer games. It is organised and run by Turtle Entertainment, a company which is the European leader in eSports. More information at

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Turtle Entertainment was founded in 2000. The company quickly grew to be the European leader in the sector of electronic sports (eSports). The Electronic Sports League (ESL), operated by Turtle Entertainment, is active in 37 different countries worldwide. The league portal reaches above ten million visits a month generated by more than 2,9 million registered users. Turtle Entertainment has 130 employees and is located in Cologne, Germany. Fifteen international license holders operate the ESL worldwide. Turtle Entertainment owns the majority of the Chinese eSports league PGL (Pro Gamer League) since 2007. Important business partners of Turtle Entertainment are global corporations and brands such as Intel, Alienware, DELL, adidas, Volkswagen, Nokia, ASUS, Blizzard Entertainment, Trend Micro, Sennheiser, Windows 7, Sidewinder and SteelSeries. Turtle Entertainment markets its products worldwide using these specific brands: Electronic Sports League (ESL), ESL Pro Series, ESL Major Series, ASUS European Nations Championship (ENC), ESL WC3L Series, ESL TV, Intel Extreme Masters, Consoles Sports League, eSport Schulmeisterschaft, eSports Award, ESL Female and ESL Sports.

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