Evil Geniuses Master's Cup Series
The Evil Geniuses Master's Cup Series (EG MCS) are a series of sponsored events run by the team Evil Geniuses. The first and second events were for Quake Live and Counter Strike 1.6, respectively. For the next 4 seasons, StarCraft 2 was supported, with the first two setup in a 1v1 bracket style. In season five, the format switched to a round-robin team league that had its games casted primarily by djWHEAT, on OneMoreGame TV weekly instead of just the finals. This format continued into Season VI.
|Evil Geniuses Master's Cup Series Season III||2010 (2010-10-01 — 2010-10-31)||HuK||Announcement - R&S|
|Evil Geniuses Master's Cup Series Season IV||2010 (2010-11-04 — 2010-12-19)||qxc||Announcement - R&S|
|Evil Geniuses Master's Cup Series League Season V||2011 (2011-05-08 — 2011-06-17)||mousesports||Announcement - R&S|
|Evil Geniuses Master's Cup Series League Season VI||2011 (2011-08-08 — 2011-09-22)||mousesports||Announcement - R&S|
|Evil Geniuses Master's Cup Series League Season VII||2012 (2012-03-05 — 2012-07-01)||compLexity Gaming||Announcement|
|Evil Geniuses Master's Cup Series League Season VIII||2012 (2012-09-10 — 2012-12-16)||Team Liquid||Announcement|
Season III & IV
Season III was a 500-player single-elimination tournament with a $1,750 prize pool. The rounds preceding 16, were best-of-3 and the final 16 and past were best-of-5s. The winner would receive $1,000 as well as the chance to win a MSI GT660 Notebook in a best-of-5 showmatch against IdrA. Season IV continued this format, but bumped its player limit to 512.
Season V & VI
Season V was a 8 week round-robin team league with the top four teams in weekly standings proceeding to the finals weekend and a $10,000 prize pool. Matches versus teams would consist of 3 1v1 best-of-3s, followed by a 2v2 best-of-1, and an ace match (1v1), where any player could be selected/reselected, best-of-3. The 1st place prize was $5,000. Season VI continued this format, but made the 2v2 a best-of-3, because of fan support.
Coverage is currently provided by Marcus "djWHEAT" Graham on OneMoreGame TV. Throughout the week (Monday - Thursday), games are casted with Inside the Game co-hosts Greg "IdrA" Fields, Geoff "iNcontroL" Robinson, and Taylor "PainUser" Parsons. During seasons III and IV, only the finals were casted by djWHEAT & Day(9).