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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 08:12pm 15/09/11 | 0 Comments
The South East Asia/Australia-New Zealand (or SEA/ANZ) Battle.net StarCraft 2 Invitational kicks off this Saturday, with plenty up for grabs in the way of prizes, as well as a coveted spot to play at this year's BlizzCon in Anaheim, California.

Blizzard Australia has sent us a bit of a reminder that there's definitely some home-grown talent rep'ing Australia this year, and that you'll be able to stream the full event right here. You can also check out a full schedule of the event by clicking here, and we've included the Aussies doing battle below:
  • Andrew “mOOnGLaDe” Pender (Zerg)
  • Ray “nGenLight” Zi (Protoss)
  • Tim “nGenMafia” Lei He (Zerg)
  • Yoon “YoonYJ” Yo Jun (Terran)
  • Daniel “TAdeth” Haynes (Terran)
  • David “TARossi” Rossi (Terran)
There's also a Kiwi in the mix (among other SEA players) we ought to point out, to be sporting: Sung “nGenJazBas” Cho (Zerg).

So from the AusGamers crew, we wish all the Aussie cats the absolute best of luck!













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