NoRegreT Qualifies for Code S!

Mike GunnNews & Events

N3rd Street Gamers is proud to congratulate Jake “NoRegreT” Umpleby on qualifying for his second GSL Code S! There can be no doubt  about NoRegret’s worthiness to lay claim to the vaunted title of GSL Code S contender after the difficult road he walked on his qualifier. Photo via AfreecaTV On Day 1 NoRegreT was able to defeat Trap and … Read More

NSG Eastern Conference

Mike GunnNews & Events

N3rd Street Gamers is proud to unveil the NSG Eastern Conference Championship. NSG Eastern Conference is a unifying circuit that will encompass: CSGO, Street Fighter V, Tekken 7, Hearthstone, StarCraft II, Madden, Rocket League, and Marvel vs Capcom Infinite. The NSG Eastern Conference will feature stops in Philadelphia, Chicago, culminating in our championship event in Washington DC, and featuring more than $200,000 … Read More

NSG & JKCP Offer First Esports Summer Camp

n3rdstgamersNews & Events

N3rd Street Gamers and Julian Krinsky Camps and Programs are proud to unveil the world’s premier esport industry summer camp! With the goal of molding talented young players into seasoned competitors this camp offers a unique opportunity for players to take their game to the next level. With millions of dollars of scholarships in play for these young athletes the … Read More

Announcing the NSG & MadCity CSGO Open Circuit

Mike GunnNews & Events

MadCity

N3rd Street Gamers are partnering with MadCity to create a fully open CSGO circuit with $50,000 of prize money across: Philadelphia, Chicago, and Washington DC. With this partnership we seek to create the largest open CSGO in North America. The first CSGO stop in the NSG Eastern Conference will be the MadCity CSGO Open Presented by Cougar Gaming will feature a … Read More

Cheeseadelphia Circuit

Mike GunnNews & Events

N3rd Street Gamers is proud to announce the Cheeseadelphia Circuit as part of our NSG Eastern Conference. The Cheeseadelphia circuit will take place across: Philadelphia, Chicago, and conclude with a massive grand finals in Washington DC featuring a $10,000 prize pot! MaSa holds the Cheeseadelphia 5 Trophy The Cheeseadelphia circuit is meant to provide the experience of competing on a … Read More

N3rd Street Gamers Announces FGC Winter Championship

Mike GunnNews & Events

N3rd Street Gamers is proud to announce its largest ever fighting game event, the Go For Broke FGC Winter Championship. The Go For Broke Winter Championship will take place Jan 13th, 2018 at the Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City. Gamers will compete for more than $15,000 in prize money across the following titles: Tekken 7, Street Fighter V, Marvel vs … Read More

Asian Olympic Council may hold Ambitions for esports at 2024 Olympics

Mike GunnNews & Events

Following the recent announcement that StarCraft II will be making an appearance at the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics as an exhibition event, the Asian Olympic Council may be gearing up to push esports into the prestigious position of a medaled event within the Olympics. Several websites recently went live that appear to be linked to the Asian Olympic Council. These websites … Read More

NSG Summer Championship Wrap Up

John FazioNews & Events

Dear NSG Fans, I want to start by thanking you all for supporting us for these past 4 years. We are nothing without our community and fanbase, so we do everything in our power to produce the best possible event for you all. After 2 dozens successful events in our cramped North Philly warehouse we decided to take a risk … Read More

NSG Summer Championship – Press Release

n3rdstgamersNews & Events

Philadelphia, PA – N3rd Street Gamers is proud to announce its largest esports production to date; N3rd Street Gamers Summer Championship, a 3 day, 4 game event series with more than $65,000 in cash prizes at Sun Center Studios just outside Philadelphia. After 3 years of successfully produced events in their North Philly 2,200 square foot studio, NSG takes its … Read More

Cheeseadelphia 4 Info

Mike GunnNews & Events

Registration ‌• Players can register HERE ‌• Registration is $50 online and $65 at the door. Players that register after 5:00PM on Thursday risk not being properly seeded