Seven of the top StarCraft II pro gamers are competing this weekend in Orlando.
Red Bull Training Grounds Orlando kicks off today, for three days of eSports competition and analysis. Eight professional StarCraft II players from around the world head to Full Sail University for Red Bull Training Grounds, a competitive training intensive for pro gamers, with $10,000 in prizes up for grabs. The Groups have been revealed for the completion – and fans are invited to vote on who they’d like to see battle in the first match of the tournament.
Here's what the Training Grounds contestants are saying about who they'd like to be matched up with:
NesTea -- "I played Snute before and lost, so I’m looking forward to getting revenge against him. My ZvZ has improved, so I think I can beat him."
SeleCT - “I have only played HuK and State so I'm looking forward to playing everyone, but especially Snute and Nestea because they have been practicing on Korea servers and it's difficult to beat them.”