OnGameNet

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Company Information
Parent Company:
CJ E&M
Industry:
Gaming channel
Founded:
2000
Headquarters:
Seoul, South Korea

About[edit]

OnGameNet is a South Korean cable television company mostly knowned for its OnGameNet Starleague, which was the most highlighted premier event of the Brood War era, as well as for the Proleague, a premier team league held in cooperation with its former competitor MBCGame.

On May 2nd 2012, representatives of Blizzard Entertainment, KeSPA, GOMTV and OnGameNet gathered in Seoul and held a press conference explaining the modalities of the current Brood War scene's switch to StarCraft II. OnGameNet stated that it scheduled to launch its first StarCraft II starleague in July 2012, as well as a team league which first season would be a hybrid Brood War/StarCraft II league.[1]

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OnGameNet Starleague[edit]

To read about Brood War OSL, click here.

The OnGameNet Starleague, often abbreviated OSL, was the main recurring premier event of the Brood War era. Its first StarCraft II season is expected to kick-off in July 2012.[1]

Event Date Winner Runner-Up Score TL Articles
2012 StarLeagues
Auction All Kill OSL 2012 (2012-07-16 – 2012-10-27) South Korea  Rain South Korea  DongRaeGu 4-1 [ R&S]
2013 StarLeagues
2013 WCS Season 2 Korea OSL 2013 (2013-05-28 – 2013-08-10) South Korea  Maru South Korea  Rain 4-2 [ R&S]

Proleague[edit]

To read about Brood War Proleague, click here.

The Proleague, held twice or three times a year, is a team league which first season was launched in 2003. It originally had a competitor, the MBCGame League organised by the rival gaming channel MBCGame, but both leagues were united in 2005 and the Proleague has been the only Brood War premier team league ever since. During the StarCraft 2 E-sports Vision press conference held in May 2012, OnGameNet announced that the upcoming Proleague would be a hybrid Brood War/StarCraft II event, and that the next seasons would feature StarCraft II only.[1]

Teamleague Date Winner Runner-Ups Score
2011-2012 SK Planet Proleague Season 2 2011-2012 (2012-05-20 – 2012-09-22) CJ Entus Samsung KHAN 2-0
2012-2013 SK Planet Proleague 2012-2013 (2012-12-08 – 2013-08-03) STX SouL Woongjin Stars 4-2

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