What is G-Series?
G-Series is one of Ireland’s largest gaming events, run three times yearly. We focus on competitive eSports such as League of Legends, CS:GO and Hearthstone, as well as console tournaments including Pokken, Sm4sh and much, much more!
About G-Series 9
G-Series 9 is returning to the Alexander O’Callaghan Hotel in Dublin this year.
The venue, which has been the home for many G-Series event features a whole host of events you’ll be interested in playing, from BYOPC LAN CS:GO rooms, to a fully kitted out casual games area. On top of all this action, the most competitive League of Legends action in the country will be underway, so be sure not to miss it!
Whether you’re looking to compete or just have fun, G-Series 8 is not an event to be missed!
Alexander O'Callaghan Hotel
15th & 16th of October
From 9:30am till Late
Online Sales End 02/10/16
It’s nearly time. G-Series’ ninth iteration is merely days away, and with that we have the finals of our 2016 National Championship in Division 1, as well as the Divisions 2 and 3 finals to take place. Since the beginning of August, 32 teams across the three tiers...read more
It’s safe to say that the Division 3 final at G-Series 8 was one of the most thrilling spectator experiences we’ve had in the Alexander O’Callaghan in a long while. An immense five-game slugfest between the competition’s two best saw Salt City Shakers take a massive...read more
We're coming up to G-Series 9, and it's time for everyone to prepare for our Online Qualifiers! All the information you need is below. Signups close: Wednesday 21st of September Qualifiers take place: Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th of September, all day Tickets for...read more
Division 2 of G8 was certainly a close affair. With a host of teams looking like they could make a run for the title throughout the competition, in the end it was Yordle Fight Club who reigned supreme. They have elected not to re-enter for G-Series 9, and now we have...read more
Division 1 at G-Series 8 was a small tournament, but certainly a competitive one as many teams jostled for seeding at LAN. However, it was Ferocity who proved themselves to be the top dogs (or bears) when it came to the live finals in July. Walking away with their...read more
With G9 LoL due to start on the 29th August, we've put together a quick FAQ for anyone who's looking for the basics on how to enter and how the tournament's set to work So what is G9? G-Series 9 is a LAN run by G-Series that will take place in the Alexander...read more