Rapture Gaming Network League 2013/2014

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[e][h]RGN League 2013/2014
League Information
Type:
Online
Location:
Southeast Asia Southeast Asia
Number of Teams:
10
Format:
Group stage into single elimination
Prize pool:
$ 19,000 SGD
(≃ $15,200 USD)
Start Date:
2013-05-18
End Date:
2013-12-08
Dota TV Ticket:
Liquipedia Tier:
Links

Overview[edit]

Rapture Gaming Network organizes one of the biggest Dota 2 leagues in Asia, with 198 games ranging over 9 months between 10 of the best teams in the region.[1]

Format[edit]

  • Group stage
    • A group stage of one group including all 10 teams is played out with best of one games
  • Playoffs
    • The top 2 teams are directly qualified for the semi finals
    • The 3rd to 6th-placed teams play for the other two semi final spots

Prize Pool[edit]

The total prize purse of 19,000 SGD (~$15,000) will be spread as seen below.

Participating Teams[edit]

Mineski
1Philippines Julz 
2Philippines Jhoven 
3Philippines JessieVash 
4Philippines Bimbo 
5Philippines Owa 
Awake2
1Thailand Toy 
2Thailand Boombell 
3 TBD 
4 TBD 
5 TBD 
MiTH.Trust
1Thailand LaKelz 
2Thailand aabBAA 
3Thailand TnK 
4Thailand FeiMao 
5Thailand r5r5 
Titan5
1Malaysia kYxY 
2Malaysia Ohaiyo 
3Malaysia Ice 
4Malaysia XtiNcT 
5Malaysia Net 
6Singapore Meracle 
RattleSnake3
1China Luo 
2China Kabu 
3China Icy 
4China LaNm 
5China Sag 
RisingStars3
1China xiaotuji 
2China Air 
3China Xtt 
4China super 
5China XDD 
1 Team Zenith pulled out of the RGN League in August 2013.
2 TongFu pulled out in August 2013 and were replaced by Awake.
3 ACE has disallowed RattleSnake and RisingStars from participating in the tournament.
4 Team Impervious replaced Neolution.int after round 5.[2]
5 Orange Esports, along with Zenith's Ice, was picked up by Titan in late September, 2013.
6 Four members of MUFC, along with Zenith's Yamateh, were picked up by Orange Esports as part of their new squad in mid October, 2013.

Results[edit]

Group Stage[edit]

Round Robin
1. MiTH.Trust 9-3
2. Orange Esports 8-4
3. First Departure 8-4
4. Titan 7-5
5. Mineski 4-8
6. Team Impervious 3-9
7. Awake 3-9

For details, see the official page.

Playoffs[edit]

Quarterfinals
Titan
1
Mineski
2
First Departure
2
Team Impervious
0
Semifinals
MiTH.Trust
1
Mineski
2
First Departure
2
Orange Esports
1
Finals
Mineski
2
First Departure
3
3rd Place Match
MiTH.Trust
0
Orange Esports
2

View Games[edit]

Streams[edit]

References[edit]

  1. Valve (2013-05-09). "Rapture Gaming Network League". Dota2.com. Retrieved 2013-08-26.
  2. Hamodi (2013-08-15). "Impervious replaces Neolution.int in the RGN Dota 2 League - Elite". RaptureGaming.net. Archived from the original on 2013-12-26. Retrieved 2013-08-27.