Warhammer 40k January 2017 Tournament Update
Click the links below to see the January 2017 update for the
The Major and GT Event Tracker is…
As the ITC has grown is has become increasingly more difficult to track every event. It would be impossible task to track all events, so this page tracks just the largest events around the World. Tracking all the Major Events and Grand Tournament levels sponsored by the ITC. What you will find are events broken down month by month with a corresponding map, if you click on the map icons you will find information for each event. The current month with only show basic information about the event. Past months though will show more detailed information, with links for top lists and complete results. For full ITC information visit Frontline Gaming ITC pages, especially the ranking page.
Here were the large events for December 2016, crossed out ones didn’t make the player attendance cut.
- Westeros Winter ITC- GT
Narbycon 2016 Aftermath 2016 – GT
For the month of January things are about to get crazy as tons of large events try to get all the points in before the LVO in February!
- IO Renegade GT – GT
- Huzzah Hobbies’ Hammer in the New Year 2017 – GT
- TSHFT – GT
- Glass City Grand Tournament – GT
- Last Chance Open – Major Event
- Goldensprue Cup GT – GT
- 6th Elvensword Ambassadorial Tournament – GT
- Australian Warhammer 40K ITC 2016 Championships – Major Event
Look for updates, with lists and results for all the December & January events coming soon!!
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