Spain Malaga Fuengirola Beach Cup 16. - 18. April 2010
Germany Bitburg MAXS European Masters 21. - 23. May 2010
United Kingdom London Campaign Cup 02. - 04. July 2010
France Paris Millennium Cup 01. - 03. October 2010
Supposedly this weekend. Never saw the results though.
Pretty much the weather and volcano scewed up the torunament.
Our guy Dan Henwood on the Millennium Series Malaga event: The Millennium's first event of the seasons has been marred with problems from the outset. If Iceland Volcanoes closing European airports wasn't enough of a headache for the Malaga event, it seems that the Spanish weather has taken a dislike to the beach-side tournament with the location experiencing heavy rain delaying games on Friday, and lightening storms on Saturday causing the event to be canceled for the day for the safety of players and staff alike. The sun decided to put in an appearance on Sunday however and games managed to proceed without too much hindrance. With many teams being unable to make the event due to their flights being cancelled there were notable abscences from all divisions.
All the M5 teams that couldn't attend due to the volcano airport shutdown have been declared as "No-Show", with no chance of refund. Rumours abound that the Malaga event may be moved to later in the year due to the fact that the event has twice now had serious problems due to the weather.
And if the weather wasn't bad enough, the bad luck worsened for certain individuals who experienced break-in's of their vehicles. Two notables suffering at the hands of opportunist criminals are Spike from Dark Sports (formerly of Procaps) having items stolen from his car, and Glen Takamoto who had three markers, 2000 Euro's, and his passport stolen from his car at the event.
Players currently stuck in Malaga are now wondering how to get home, with some such as Nicky T contemplating whether to wait a few days for a possible plane, or go with a 30 hour coach trip that may end up with him stuck at a Port waiting for a ferry, (of which they are all booked out.) The British Prime Minster today has declared that the Royal Navy will commit to a Dunkirk style rescue of Brits stranded in France and Spain and ship them back on Royal Navy vessels. HMS Ark Royal and HMS Ocean are currently being prepared to rescue stranded Brits.
Taken from http://tournament.paintballx3.com/