Jump to content

Active Topics

Streams Guides Talents Macros

Rate Article   - - - - -

Posted Image

For all you DOTA fans out there, our partner site, Curse.com, have an exclusive first look at League of Legends. It's developed by the same folks that brought us Defense of the Ancients.

To read more about this exciting announcement and to watch the exclusive trailer head over to Curse.

Visit the Beta pages to register for the beta: U.S. Beta or EU Beta.

Enjoy! Back to Top

Rate Article   - - - - -

The tournament is starting now, best of luck to everyone involved. We will try and pull stats to give everyone once the tournament has progressed a few weeks.

Here is the official word from Blizzard.

Official Blizzard Quote:

The 2009 World of Warcraft Arena Tournament has now officially begun. Players from around the world can compete on our special tournament realms for cash prizes totaling over $200,000.

These realms have been outfitted with level 80 character templates and the latest epic gear from Wrath of the Lich King. As an added bonus, we have included exclusive rewards that players can earn by participating in the tournament, including an Armored Murloc in-game pet. Top teams will also contend for a chance to achieve the “Vanquisher” title for their live characters.  

For more information on the tournament, including how to register and participate, please visit our Arena Tournament information page at http://www.worldofwa...ament/index.xml

Good luck!
Back to Top

Rate Article   - - - - -

Posted Image

Our partner site Curse.com is once again bringing you a chance to win some fantastic loot!

This month, in partnership with  Hardcore Computer, Curse is bringing you the opportunity to win a Reactor Brand computer. These desktops retail starting at $3000, and the  one they're giving out for this contest is priced at over $6000!

We'd like to  thank Hardcore Computer and Curse for this contest. Lets hope someone from Arena Junkies scores this bad boy.

So head on over to the Contest Page for your chance to win.

Details on the Reactor:

Going faster requires more  power, which creates more heat. Up until now, going too fast meant overheating  your system. With total liquid submersion cooling, the full potential of  computer components can be realized.      Hardcore gives you more performance for your dollar.

Grand Prize: Hardcore      Computer Reactor Desktop

  • Intel Core2 Extreme QX9770
  • 2 X 2GB (4GB) DDR3 memory modules
  • 2 X nVidia GeForce GTX 280s in SLI
  • 2 X 650W power supplies
  • Samsung Spinpoint F1 1TB hard drive
  • Samsung DVD burner
  • 64-bit Vista Ultimate
  • 1-year standard warranty
Back to Top

Recent Videos

Go to Videos