Millennium Series 2014, Bitburg

We just got back from Millennium and the team was straight back to work putting together some videos of the event. Here is a summary of the Millennium Series Bitburg.

This year we were very lucky with the weather, the sun was beaming down for the weekend. The tradeshow remained the same as last year; the only changes were no sign of Empire which was replaced by a large DLX stand. Anthrax was present and HK Army tripled the size of their display. If you like action on the field and quick points, this was not the layout for it! The layout promoted more of a defensive strategy with teams waiting for their opponents to make the first mistake. We are being told that the layout in London is being designed to be much quicker and much faster paced to promote a more attacking game.


As in Puget, Edmonton Impact came out on top taking 1st place but the big surprise was to see 2nd place taken by Breakout SPA from Belgium. The disappointments came from Art Chaos Moscow and Vision Marseille who struggled to show any team cohesion on the field. The 1v1 tournament was, as per Puget, a huge success with 64 players registering for the head to head. Knyazev from Art Chaos Moscow came out on top to take the €1000 prize money followed by Kevin Coulm from TonTons.

All in all, the European Masters in Bitburg was a success with a good turnout in the trade stands and in the bleachers. RDV Basildon for the 3rd leg!



1- Impact
2- Breakout
3- Polar Bears
4- Houston Heat
5- Tonton
6- Art Chaos
7- Comin At ya
8- Syndicate
9- Hellwood
10- Outrage
11- GK
12- Carnage
13- Tigers
14- Nexus
15- Icon
16- Vision


1- Hulk Kiev
2- Rooster Ulm
3- Amsterdam Heat
4- Bad Boys Oss


1- Outlaws Lille
2- Dynamix Metz
3- Toulouse Dagnir Dae 2
4- Lisbon Prophecy


1- Indecence Les Fourgs
2- Frankfurt Syndicate 2
3- Montreal Image
4- Redball Paris 2


1- Ultra Moscow
2- Whazzup Moscow
3- Glory Skulls Dorsten
4- Kristianstad Slamdancers


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