Proxy Tempest Qualifier #3

Hello everyone!

Tonight is our very last qualifier for those who want to participate in the Proxy Tempest Fleet Finale! The prize pool has been increased to $150 and we’re hoping to get even more in for our awesome players! If you’d like to donate, it’s simple! Just donate on our Patreon.

100% of all donations will go to the prize pool, and we will provide daily updates on our website about the donations to ensure we are complete transparent.

We hope you’ll join us for this qualifier either as a player or a viewer. To play in the tournament, go to our Proxy Tempest Qualifier and sign up. The tournament is open to players of all leagues! The tournament will begin at 7PM Central with check-in occurring from 6:30PM-6:59PM. All players must check in prior to tournament start to avoid being kicked from the bracket.

If you’d like to watch, simply tune in to at 7PM Central for all the action.

Finally, follow us on Twitter to get updates on our tournaments, articles, videos, and much more!

Proxy Tempest Open; May 18th 7PM Central!

Hello everyone!

It’s freakin’ Wednesday and everyone at Proxy Tempest is hype for the tournament this evening. It’s our Proxy Tempest Open, and tonight’s tournament looks to be our biggest yet.

The tournament is open to players of all skill levels and you can sign up for the tournament at Proxy Tempest Open #3. The prize for tonight is $10.

If you’d like to watch, we’d love to have you join us at our Twitch at Proxy Tempest TV.

Finally, give us a follow on Twitter to follow all the Starcraft 2 action and be the first to know about upcoming tournaments, prizes, and giveaways! Twitter

Finally, the rules for our tournament can be found on the Challonge and below. We hope you’ll join us for a good time! If you like what we do and want to hang out with us and meet the people you’ll be playing against, feel free to join our Discord.



This is an open tournament available for any player to participate in. The prize for this tournament is $10. Participants will need to check in 30 minutes prior to tournament start.

This tournament is open to any player.

Tournament Rules:

1. Check in starts 30 minutes before the tournament. If you do not check in by 6:59PM, you will be disqualified.

2. Make sure to join Proxy Tempest channel in game. Linky here – battlenet:://starcraft/group/1/345482

3. You must have played at least 5 games this week to participate. A week is considered the past 7 days.

4. Laddering is not allowed while playing in the tournament. If you are caught laddering during the tournament and it causes a delay of a match, you will be disqualified.

5. If you do not contact your opponent within 10 minutes of your match ending, you will be disqualified. Your match does not need to begin, you simply need to have made contact with your opponent and be in a lobby.

We are adding and removing rules based on feedback from the community. Feel free to message us or send us feedback on our website at


Proxy Tempest B/S/G #3; May 17th, 7PM Central


It’s been an eventful few days in Starcraft, what with pros winning trophies and championships and all. But hey, here’s something cool: you can win a tournament today. Right here, right now (Okay, not NOW, but in like…6 hours or something…)later! Tonight’s prize is a one hour session with a Master level coach.

Tonight’s B/S/G will see return players bahuntome and Nano, as well as some new faces. To all the repeat players, best of luck to you! For the new players, you got some serious competition, so bring your game face. We’re hoping you all come out and enjoy the fun!

The tournament will be streamed at and for up to date results on the tournament, feel free to follow us on Twitter at

If you wish to participate, do so by clicking this link and signing up!

The tournament will begin at 7PM Central with check in occurring at 6:30PM. Players must check in between 6:30 and 6:59 or they will be disqualified. Players must have also completed 10 ladder games in the past 7 days to qualify. Players who do not show up to their match 10 minutes after their opponent is available will be disqualified.

For a full list of rules, please see the Challonge page.

We hope you’ll come out and watch!

Tournament Week: May 15, 2016

Hello everyone!

Proxy Tempest is proud to announce we are on to our third week of Starcraft 2 tournaments, and this week is expected to be our best yet. We’re bringing three tournaments to you this week, with a possible 4th tournament pending player interest. As of now, the current schedule is as follows.

Tuesday (May 17): Bronze / Silver / Gold

Our B/S/G returns with players duking it out in the brackets for the #1 spot. The player who wins this tournament will be rewarded with a free hour of Master’s level coaching. The tournament will begin at 7PM, with check-in opening at 6:30PM. Make sure to join the in-game group “Proxy Tempest” to find your matches and the admins. Players who wish to compete must have at least 10 games played in the past 7 days. Players who do not meet this minimum may be disqualified by a tournament admin. The tournament will be streamed at

To register:

Wednesday (May 18): Proxy Tempest Open

Wednesday is home to the Proxy Tempest Open, a tournament open to players of all skill levels. Our prize this week is $10. As this is an open tournament, there is no restriction on how many games must be played. Players from all regions may participate, and barcode or second accounts may play. The tournament begins at 7PM, with check-in opening at 6:30PM. Make sure to join the in-game group “Proxy Tempest” to find your matches and the admins. The tournament will be streamed at

To register:

Thursday (May 19): Fleet Finale Qualifier #3

Thursday is the final qualifier for the Proxy Tempest Fleet Finale, a monthly tournament offering a prize pool of $100 and 210 OSC points. The tournament is open to players of all skill levels, and the participants who reach the semi-finals will be invited to play in the monthly Finale. The tournament begins at 7PM with check-in opening at 6:30PM. Make sure to join the in-game group “Proxy Tempest” to find your matches and the admins. The tournament will be streamed at

To register:

For questions about our tournaments, feel free to comment on this post, on our Reddit post, our Twitter or join our public discord server to speak to a staff member live at

Proxy Tempest partners with OSC!

It has been since the creation of Proxy Tempest (oh, about two weeks ago…) the attitude of our staff that we should bring the best to Starcraft 2. By partnering with OSC, we’ll be assigning OSC points to players competing in the Fleet Finale. The Fleet Finale is a 16 player tournament held at the end of each month. Players are invited based on their success in the month’s previous qualifiers. The top 4 finishers in each weekly qualifier are seeded into the Fleet Finale.

The point distribution for players is as follows:

  • 1st: 80 OSC Points
  • 2nd: 50 OSC Points
  • 3rd/4th: 20 OSC Points
  • 5th-8th: 5 OSC Points
  • 9th-16th: 2.5 OSC Points

For more information on the Oceanic Starcraft 2 Championship and the prize pool for competing players, visit

New Tournaments, New Schedule

Howdy everyone!

I’m happy to announce we are overhauling our schedule because YOU DEMANDED IT. That’s right, and we’re here to deliver. So what we’ve got in store for you is 7 days of Starcraft. So, what does 7 days of Starcraft look like? We’ll break it down for you.


It all starts with Sunday, the holiest of days. We’ll be posting our Build Order of the Week (BOW) on Sunday, and we encourage all of our followers to give it a try. Submit your replay and your replay may even be casted! But be warned, not all build orders are meant for competitive play. Whether the most epic of wins, or the most hillarious of fails, we’ll take a look at it and you may find yourself featured on the Proxy Tempest website!


It all starts with our Bronze/Silver/Gold tournament, as players duke it out for a free hour session of Masters level coaching. Players who compete in this tournament MUST be B/S/G, and cannot have been any league above in the past 3 seasons. Players must have also completed 10 games in the past 7 days. Full tournament rules will be posted on the Challonge page.


Tuesday is now home to our Platinum/Diamond tournament. The same prize and rules apply to this tournament as the B/S/G. Must be platinum or diamond, and cannot have been a higher league in the past 3 seasons. 10 games must have been completed in the past 7 days. The winner will receive an hour of free masters level coaching.


Wednesday remains the day of the brave. Players will compete in an open format tournament where the prize is $10 winner takes all. There are no requirement for past games. There are no requirements for past leagues. You may use a second account or a barcode account.


Thursday is where the best of the best come out to compete. This tournament is a qualifier for our Fleet Finale tournament held at the end of each month. Players competing in this qualifier will be battling it out for a semifinal finish. Those who finish in the top four of this tournament will be invited to compete in the monthly invitational.


Friday is replay day! We’ll be releasing a batch of casted replays to gorge yourself on. Hours of content just waiting for you to eat it up. From bronze replays all the way to the pros, our commentators will be entertaining and educating you the entire day. All published on our YouTube, so make sure to check it out!


Saturday is podcast day, and we’re calling it the Fleet Beacon. It’s something we’ve talked about here in the Proxy Tempest fleet and we’re finally ready to bring it to ya. Our podcast will be an overview of what’s what in the past week of Starcraft. We’ll be talking patches, build orders, the latest pro matches and results, as well as giving you updates on future tournaments and what’s going down in the community.

This new schedule is set to begin on May 22, 2016! We’ll be providing updates as we develop more content! Make sure to check back often so you don’t miss out on the Starcraft goodness!

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North America Open #1 Results

The North America Open was a hit, thanks to Redditors and Twitch memers alike. 35 players signed up to compete, with the vast majority masters or above. One interesting character was Lazy, the only platinum player visible in the see of blue and green borders.

With well known players such as Sacrilege, MoWjAhEeD, HousePeddler, sqrtofnegone, and GAMETIME, it was expected one of these players would bring home the gold.

Eyes would settle upon however, the platinum player who had wondered into the tournament, seemingly unphased by his competition. Lazy won his first match against Aimbot812 with a 2-1 scoreline, and convincingly won his second round against gnarwhal. The two round victories would place him in the quarterfinals against a tough opponent, IntegrityBuildings.

The quarterfinals would be an interesting shake-up, as we saw our first official forfeit out of JetSC, who played against GAMETIME, a well established player. This victory would place GAMETIME against 2DSparrow in the semifinals. At the top of the bracket, Lazy managed to be out IntegrityBuildings to move on to the semis.

So far, all of our players had won in stellar fashion, and the trend seemed to be continuing. The number of 2-0 victories greatly outweighed the number of 2-1 wins and even the semifinals proved similar. Lazy beat our ZuckFerg to move on to the finals, and 2DSparrow took out GAMETIME, the actual favorite to win the tournament, 2-1.

The one-sided but entertaining finals match took place in the late hours of the evening, seeing both players tired, but ready to take home the trophy.

Final Bracket:


“Sticks and stones…

…may break my bones, but words will never hurt me!” That’s the taunts in the Twitch stream seen just before the first match between WordsSometimes and Storrm began. And judging by Storrm’s solid performance throughout the tournament, it surely looked that way. He crushed his opponent Nano in the semifinals 2-0 to make it the the final match. WordsSometimes, a player not previously casted, has only been playing since the end of Heart of the Swarm. But his consistent practice and passion for the game paid off and he was able to take the finals with a clean 3-0.

During his interview, Words said he would be practicing furiously as Dreamhack Austin approaches. The young player will be competing against some of the toughest competition in the Lonestar State, but hopes to perform well. When asked which pro he would most like to play against, he admitted, “I’d like to play Polt. I feel like he could give me a run for my money.”

Congratulations WordsSometimes on your victory, and we hope to see you competing again soon!

Proxy Tempest Tournaments!

Hello everyone!

Welcome to the Proxy Tempest website.

Proxy Tempest is a new SC2 tournament organization dedicated to bringing you great SC2 content. In addition to our lineup of dedicated casters and tournament admins, we’re here to bring you interviews, tutorial videos, podcasts, and live talk shows!

But before we get ahead of ourselves, we’d like to invite you to our tournaments for the week of May 1, 2016.

Tournament Schedule

May 3, 2016 – 7:00PM CST

NA B/S/G #1 – This tournament is open to any player who is Bronze-Gold. Matches will be casted for this tournament. Signups are at the link below. Check-in for the tournament will begin at 6:30PM on tournament day and you can register up until 6:59PM the day of the tournament.

May 4, 2016 – 7:00PM CST

NA Open #1 – This tournament is an open tournament for players of any rank. The tournament. Signups are at the link below. Check-in for the tournament will begin at 6:30PM on tournament day and you can register up until 6:59PM the day of the tournament.

May 5, 2016 – 7:00PM CST

NA Qualifier #1 – This tournament is an Open Qualifier for our end of the money tournament. Those who make it to the semifinals will be invited to our monthly tournament which has an $85 prize pool. The tournament is open to players of any skill. Signups are at the link below. Check-in for the tournament will begin at 6:30PM on tournament day and you can register up until 6:59PM the day of the tournament.