30th Southeast Asian Games - Esports

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[e][h]30th Southeast Asian Games - Esports
League Information
Series:
SEA Games Southeast Asian Games
Type:
Offline
Location:
Philippines Manila
Teams:
8
Start Date:
2019-12-07
End Date:
2019-12-09
Liquipedia Tier:
Links
Chronology

Esports will be featured as a medal sport at the 2019 Southeast Asian Games in the Philippines in at the Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan, Metro Manila from December 5 to 10, 2019. It will be the first time that esports will be contested as a medal event in a multi-sport competition sanctioned by the International Olympic Committee after the discipline featured as a demonstration sport in the 2018 Asian Games in Jakarta, Indonesia. [1]

About[edit]

Broadcast Talent[edit]

  • Thai Commentators:
    • Thailand WinzY (Vipolpat Moonsapa)
    • Thailand Ballx3 (Nattapong Pinittanont)
    • Thailand JAI RAW (Supapong Kiatnapalai)
    • Thailand SunWaltz (Dolpraphob Tiendam)
    • Thailand Sakeza (Thananatthaphon Jirathipthitiwut)

Format[edit]

  • Group Stage
    • 8 Nations split into two groups of 4 Single Round-Robin Bo2
      • Win = 3pts
      • Draw = 1pt
    • 1st place of each group advances to Match 1
    • 2nd place of each group advances to Match 2
      • 3rd-4th of each group eliminated.
    • Global Ban-Pick


  • Playoffs
    • 4 Teams Double-Elimination
    • All Matches Bo3, Grand Final Bo5
    • Global Ban-Pick

Prize Pool[edit]

National Representation[edit]

Country Qualified Team
Philippines Liyab Esports
Thailand Workpoint Fighting Fish
Vietnam Mocha ZD Esports
Indonesia EVOS Esports
Lao PDR Hobby Computer
Myanmar Burmese Ghouls
Singapore Resurgence
Malaysia Ikan Masin

Partcipants[edit]

In this tournament teams are required to use their surname or first name as In-game name. As a result, names in here will be displayed in thier real name.

Malaysia3
Malaysia ZeR0 
Malaysia Raizel 
Malaysia Shinkie 
Malaysia LYL77 
Malaysia Luna 
CTaiwan BeiCun 
Substitutes
Side LaneMalaysia Ryo 
Main Roster
C TBD 
Lao PDR
Laos Josey 
Laos SpY 
Laos Ssk 
Laos Jcelia 
Laos PegasuS 
Substitutes
Side Lane TBD 
Main Roster
C TBD 
Singapore
Singapore Yueyah 
Singapore Marclaren 
Singapore Elespresso 
Singapore Zeys 
Singapore 813 
Substitutes
Side LaneSingapore TBD 
Main Roster
C TBD 
Philippines
Philippines Jeremiah Querubin Camarillo 
Philippines Miguel Banaag 
Philippines Kevin Kio Dizon 
Philippines Jevan Delos Santos 
Philippines Lawrence Gatmaitan 
CPhilippines Peaceboy 
Substitutes
Side Lane TBD 
Main Roster
C TBD 
Myanmar1
Myanmar Izy 
Myanmar Jeremy 
Myanmar Reflect 
Myanmar ZayCruize 
Myanmar Xhero 
Substitutes
Side LaneMyanmar Sora 
Main Roster
C TBD 
1 Due to the Myanmar Esports Federation announcement, Arena of Valor team will not be represented at the SEA Games, Therefore only DOTA2 and Mobile Legends will attend the event.[2]
As of November 23rd, Burmese Ghouls have regained their SEA Games AoV spot, The team will now compete under "Team Myanmar" banner.[3]
3 Ikan Masin replaced M8HEXA for team Malaysia.

Results[edit]

Group Stage[edit]

Group A[edit]

Group A
1. Thailand3-1-07-1+610p
2. Vietnam2-1-15-3+27p
3. Philippines1-0-22-4-23p
4. Myanmar0-0-30-6-60p


Group A Tiebreaker[edit]

Group A 1st Place Decider
VIE 0
December 7, 2019 - 16:30 ICT
Yena Lindis Liliana Sephera Hayate
Riktor Quillen Diao Chan Fennik Xeniel
20:06
1 THA



All Group A matches (except vs ,which has already concluded)
postponed for 1.5 hours from their original start time

Group B[edit]

Group B
1. Indonesia1-2-04-2+25p
1. Lao PDR1-2-04-2+25p
1. Malaysia1-2-04-2+25p
4. Singapore0-0-30-6-60p


Group B Tiebreaker[edit]

Group B
1. Indonesia2-02-0+2
2. Malaysia1-11-10
3. Lao PDR0-20-2-2


Playoffs[edit]

 
 
Upper Bracket Semifinals
Thailand
1
December 8, 2019 - 15:15 PHT
Roxie Kriknak Krixi Hayate Krizzix
Yena D'Arcy Raz Elsu Baldum
28:08
Omen Murad Liliana Fennik Ormarr
Kil'Groth Zill Ilumia Hayate Xeniel
11:42
Florentino Quillen Ignis Tel'Annas Thane
Veres Murad Celica Riktor Zip
13:25
Indonesia
2
Lower Bracket Semifinals
Vietnam
2
December 8, 2019 - 18:20 PHT
Yena Lindis The Flash Ormarr Fennik
Baldum D'Arcy Florentino Murad
11:01
Florentino D'Arcy Veres Baldum Elsu
Liliana Hayate Ormarr Omen Kriknak
13:35
Omen Quillen Raz Annette Hayate
Xeniel Violet Tulen Kil'Groth Zill
12:38
Malaysia
1
Bronze Medal
Thailand
2
December 9, 2019 - 09:30 PHT
Florentino Quillen Ignis Hayate Xeniel
Yena Rourke Raz Ormarr Fennik
16:04
Yena Kriknak Liliana Elsu Ormarr
Omen Zill Superman Krizzix Moren
18:30
Vietnam
0
Gold Medal
Indonesia
0
December 9, 2019 - 13:30 PHT
Yena Lindis Raz Ryoma Krizzix
Veres Quillen Krixi Hayate Zip
16:00
Florentino Quillen Diao Chan Hayate Ormarr
Riktor Murad Aleister Fennik Xeniel
14:17
Omen Kriknak Superman Valhein Xeniel
Yena Zill Raz Elsu Ormarr
12:50
Thailand
3

Streams[edit]

Main Broadcast[edit]

LanguageEnglish SpeakingThailandIndonesiaVietnam
Streams

References[edit]

  1. Wikipedia. "Esports at the 2019 Southeast Asian Games".
  2. Upstation Asia (2019-10-28). "Burmese Ghouls to missed SEA Games".
  3. MESF Facebook Page (2019-11-23). "Myanmar Esport (aov) team will attend to SEA Games".