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CEVO Season 6: Professional

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[e][h]CEVO Season 6 Professional
League Information
Series:
Organizer:
Type:
Online/Offline
Location:
United States Columbus
Venue:
MLG.tv's arena
Teams:
16
Format:
5vs5
Online League-play
Online/Offline Playoffs:
Double-elimination Bracket
Prize Pool:
$11,722 USD
Start Date:
2014-12-08
End Date:
2015-04-15
Liquipedia Tier:

About[edit]

The Professional Division is the most prestigious division of CEVO and consists of the top 16 teams in North America.

Format[edit]

  • Online League:
    • Eight week regular season
    • Round Robin
    • Series played in bo1 format.
    • There will be a winner for each match.
    • If the match is tied after thirty rounds, overtime will be played. Overtime consists of two, three round halves.
    • Double elimination playoffs
  • Playoffs:
    • Top 8 teams qualify for the s6 Professional Playoffs (bo3 double elimination bracket)*
    • Top 4 teams (from Online Playoffs) will qualify for the s6 Professional division on LAN at MLG.tv's arena in Columbus. [1]
    • Top 10 teams will automatically re-qualify for the s7 Professional division
    • Teams who finish 11th-16th will be invited to participate in the s7 Professional Placement Tournament for a chance to retain their spot in the Professional division

Prize Pool[edit]

The starting prize pool was set at $11,275 USD, but people are able to increase it via community crowdfunding.
As of February 25th, 2015, a total of +$11,722 USD are spread among the teams as seen below: [2]

Participants[edit]

From last season (10)
United States Team Liquid Team Liquid11 & 15 United States Area 51 GamingArea 51 Gaming Area 51 Gaming24 United States Cloud9 Cloud9 United States eLevate eLevate
United States Just For FunJust For Fun Just For Fun8, 10, 19 & 22 United States Mythic Mythic1 & 16 & 23 United States Denial eSports Denial eSports3 & 12 United States affNityaffNity affNity7, 9 & 20
Canada SapphireKelownaDotCom SapphireKelownaDotCom6 & 25 United States Counter Logic Gaming Counter Logic Gaming2 & 17
From S6 Placement Tournament (6)
United States LunatiK eSportsLunatiK eSports LunatiK eSports13 United States Tempo GamingTempo Gaming Tempo Gaming5 United States AscendancyAscendancy Ascendancy14 United States OK2STRONGOK2STRONG OK2STRONG21
United States TorquedTorqued Torqued24 United States The Stream Team The Stream Team4 & 18 & 26

* Full team rosters are available here.

1 Reliable Gaming Network is now known as Mythic
2 mouseSpaz acquire the roster of NetcodeGuides.com
3 LunatiK eSports acquire the roster of Team Savage
4 The Stream Team is now known WinOut.net
5 Tempo Gaming marked dead; removed from division
6 SapphireKelownaDotCom (reportedly) parts ways with the sponsor
7 VexX Gaming left the organization and is now known as ToBeAnnounced
8 iBUYPOWER left the organization and is now known as Hugh Jass Construction
9 ToBeAnnounced is now Mayhem
10 Hugh Jass Construction is now known as GX on CEVO
11 Denial E-Sports left the organization and is now known as Chill guys
12 Denial E-Sports acquire the roster of LunatiK eSports
13 LunatiK eSports acquire the roster of Adaptation
14 Rhythm is now known as Ascendancy
15 Team Liquid acquire the roster of Chill guys
16 Mythic is now known as NetcodeGuides.com
17 Counter Logic Gaming acquire the roster of mouseSpaz
18 WinOut.net is known as The Stream Team again
19 GX is now known as Just For Fun
20 Mayhem is now known as affNity
21 OK2STRONG marked dead; removed from division
22 ex-iBP marked dead due to three of their players being banned from CEVO in wake of the match fixing scandal
23 NetcodeGuides.com return to Mythic due the match fixing scandal
24 Area51 and Torqued marked dead; removed from division
25 SapphireKelownaDotCom sponsor the team again
25 The Stream Team withdraw from CEVO-P

Results[edit]

Group Stage[edit]

For full results and cross table, click here.

Online Playoff Bracket[edit]

Quarterfinals
Mythic Mythic
1
February 22, 2015 - 19:00 CST
1610
6
511
6
109
1
616
10
44
0
1116
5
Denial eSports Denial eSports
2
Cloud9 Cloud9
2
February 23, 2015 - 21:00 CST
169
7
68
2
1613
3
23
1
 
 
 
 
affNityaffNity affNity
0
eLevate eLevate
2
February 23, 2015 - 21:30 CST
1611
5
45
1
169
7
69
3
 
 
 
 
SapphireKelownaDotCom SKDC
0
Counter Logic Gaming Counter Logic G.
2
February 22, 2015 - 20:30 CST
1613
3
25
3
167
9
814
6
 
 
 
 
AscendancyAscendancy Ascendancy
0
Semifinals
Denial eSports Denial eSports
1
February 25, 2015 - 22:30 CST
167
9
814
6
33
0
1216
4
54
1
1116
5
Cloud9 Cloud9
2
eLevate eLevate
0
February 24, 2015 - 21:30 CST
139
4
616
10
63
3
1216
4
 
 
 
 
Counter Logic Gaming Counter Logic G.
2
Qualified
Cloud9 Cloud9
Q
Counter Logic Gaming Counter Logic G.
Q
Lower Bracket Round 1
AscendancyAscendancy Ascendancy
1
February 25, 2015 - 19:30 CST
168
8
79
2
118
3
716
9
96
3
916
7
SapphireKelownaDotCom SKDC
2
affNityaffNity affNity
1
February 25, 2015 - 21:00 CST
76
1
916
7
1610
6
510
5
1412
2
316
13
Mythic Mythic
2
Lower Bracket Round 2
Denial eSports Denial eSports
2
February 26, 2015 - 22:00 CST
168
8
710
3
165
11
1012
2
 
 
 
 
SapphireKelownaDotCom SKDC
0
eLevate eLevate
1
February 26, 2015 - 21:00 CST
168
8
714
7
135
8
1016
6
147
7
816
8
Mythic Mythic
2
Qualified
Denial eSports Denial eSports
Q
Mythic Mythic
Q

LAN Finals[edit]

Participants[edit]

Bracket[edit]

Upper Bracket Round 1
Counter Logic Gaming Counter Logic G.
2
April 13, 2015 - 19:00 EDT
1612
4
312
9
22212
1322
121320
112
 
 
 
 
United States Hiko and United States Skadoodle standing in for United States Storm and France Xp3
eLevate eLevate
0
Nihilum GamingNihilum Gaming Nihilum Gaming
2
April 13, 2015 - 20:30 EDT
169
7
67
1
169
7
69
3
 
 
 
 
Luminosity Gaming Luminosity
0
Upper Bracket Final
Counter Logic Gaming Counter Logic G.
2
April 14, 2015 - 18:00 EDT
1611
5
413
9
19132
22
1216
013
 
 
 
 
Nihilum GamingNihilum Gaming Nihilum Gaming
0
Lower Bracket Round 1
eLevate eLevate
2
April 14, 2015 - 20:35 EDT
1613
3
22
0
168
8
711
4
 
 
 
 
United States Hiko and United States Skadoodle standing in for United States Storm and France Xp3
Luminosity Gaming Luminosity
0
Lower Bracket Final
Nihilum GamingNihilum Gaming Nihilum Gaming
0
April 15, 2015 - 17:00 EDT
00
0
1516
1
43
1
1216
4
 
 
 
 
United States Hiko and United States Skadoodle standing in for United States Storm and France Xp3
eLevate eLevate
2
Grand Final
Counter Logic Gaming Counter Logic G.
2
April 15, 2015 - 18:30 EDT
146
8
916
7
169
7
612
6
1911
143
21417
01
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
United States Hiko and United States Skadoodle standing in for United States Storm and France Xp3. CLG only needs one BO3 victory in order to win the Grand Finals as they came out of the Upper Bracket. eLevate, coming from the Lower Bracket, needs to take 2 BO3s (back-to-back) to win the Grand Finals
eLevate eLevate
1

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