30th Southeast Asian Games - Esports

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[e][h]30th Southeast Asian Games - Esports
League Information
Series:
Southeast Asian GamesSoutheast Asian Games Southeast Asian Games
Game version:
Arena of Valor
Type:
Offline
Location:
Philippines Manila
Start Date:
2019-12-07
End Date:
2019-12-09
Liquipedia tier:
Links
Teams
Number of teams:
8
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 are split into two groups of 4
    • Single Round-Robin, all matches are played in a Bo2
      • Winning 2-0 grants 3 points
      • Drawing 1-1 grants 1 point
      • Losing 0-2 grants 0 points
    • Group winners advances to Semifinal Match 1
    • Group runners-up advances to Semifinal Match 2
    • Bottom two teams are eliminated


  • Playoffs
    • 4 Teams Double-Elimination
    • All Matches are played in a Bo3, except the Gold Medal Match is played in a Bo5
    • All matches are played with Global Ban-Pick Rules

Prize Pool[edit]

National Representation[edit]

Country Qualified Team
PhilippinesPhilippines Philippines Liyab EsportsLiyab Esports Liyab Esports
ThailandThailand Thailand Workpoint Fighting FishWorkpoint Fighting Fish Workpoint Fighting Fish
VietnamVietnam Vietnam Mocha ZD EsportsMocha ZD Esports Mocha ZD Esports
IndonesiaIndonesia Indonesia EVOS EsportsEVOS Esports EVOS Esports
Lao PDRLao PDR Lao PDR Hobby ComputerHobby Computer Hobby Computer
MyanmarMyanmar Myanmar Burmese GhoulsBurmese Ghouls Burmese Ghouls
SingaporeSingapore Singapore ResurgenceResurgence Resurgence
MalaysiaMalaysia Malaysia Ikan MasinIkan Masin 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
Side LaneMalaysia ZeR0
JunglerMalaysia Raizel
MiddleMalaysia Shinkie
Side LaneMalaysia LYL77
SupportMalaysia Luna
CTaiwan BeiCun
Substitutes
SMalaysia Ryo
Main Roster
Lao PDR
Side LaneLaos Josey
JunglerLaos SpY
MiddleLaos Ssk
Side LaneLaos Jcelia
SupportLaos PegasuS
Substitutes
S TBD
Main Roster
Singapore
Side LaneSingapore Yueyah
JunglerSingapore Marclaren
MiddleSingapore Elespresso
Side LaneSingapore Zeys
SupportSingapore 813
Substitutes
SSingapore TBD
Main Roster
Myanmar1
Side LaneMyanmar Naing Phone
JunglerMyanmar Kyaw H. Aung
MiddleMyanmar Aung Wai Yan
Side LaneMyanmar Phu Ah
SupportMyanmar Sat Zay Moe
Substitutes
SMyanmar Sora
Main Roster
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.ThailandThailand Thailand3-1-07-1+610p
2.VietnamVietnam Vietnam2-1-15-3+27p
3.PhilippinesPhilippines Philippines1-0-22-4-23p
4.MyanmarMyanmar Myanmar0-0-30-6-60p


Group A Tiebreaker[edit]

Group A 1st Place Decider
VIE VietnamVietnam0
December 7, 2019 - 16:30 ICT
Yena Lindis Liliana Sephera Hayate
Riktor Quillen Diao Chan Fennik Xeniel
20:06
1ThailandThailand 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.IndonesiaIndonesia Indonesia1-2-04-2+25p
1.Lao PDRLao PDR Lao PDR1-2-04-2+25p
1.MalaysiaMalaysia Malaysia1-2-04-2+25p
4.SingaporeSingapore Singapore0-0-30-6-60p


Group B Tiebreaker[edit]

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


Playoffs[edit]

 
 
Upper Bracket Semifinals
ThailandThailand 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
IndonesiaIndonesia Indonesia
2
Lower Bracket Semifinals
VietnamVietnam 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
MalaysiaMalaysia Malaysia
1
Bronze Medal
ThailandThailand 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
VietnamVietnam Vietnam
0
Gold Medal
IndonesiaIndonesia 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
ThailandThailand 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".