ESEA Season 31: Premier Division - Australia

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[e][h]ESEA Season 31: Premier Division - Australia
League Information
Series:
Organizer:
Sponsor:
Type:
Online
Location:
Australia Australia
Teams:
18
Prize Pool:
$4,500 USD
Start Date:
2019-04-29
End Date:
2019-06-21
Liquipedia Tier:
Links
Maps
Dust II • Inferno • Mirage • Nuke • Overpass • Train • Vertigo

About[edit]

Format[edit]

  • Regular Season:
    • Round-Robin league format
    • All teams play each other once
    • All matches are Bo1
    • Top 8 teams proceed to the Playoffs
    • Click here to show the tie-breaker process
  1. Overall record
  2. Head-to-Head record
  3. Best round difference in regulation rounds
  4. Bo3 decider if all other tie breaker scenarios are indecisive
  • Playoffs:
    • Single-Elimination bracket
    • All matches are Bo3

Prize Pool[edit]

Participants[edit]

evicted4, 17
1Australia eLUSIVE 
2Australia mizu 
3New Zealand RaZ 
4Australia sibe 
5 TBD 
Paradox Gaming2, 20, 22
1United States Dirty
 TBD
 TBD
 TBD
 TBD
1Australia Chub
2Australia Noobster
3Australia Kingfisher
4Australia Laes
5Australia tensai
DINQ3, 6, 11, 13, 18, 22
1Australia Vexite
 TBD
 TBD
 TBD
 TBD
1Australia Stingrayz
2Hong Kong CrimZM
3Australia conz
4Australia DannyG
5Australia Rev
MC ESPORTS10, 23
1Australia moojuice
 TBD
 TBD
 TBD
 TBD
1Australia oliff
2Australia Ayrez
3Indonesia willyKS
4Australia InJect
5Australia toM
CAustralia mattyB
Content
1Australia dreams 
2Australia rewind 
3United Kingdom lew 
4Turkey tot 
5Australia muZ 

For "News and Roster Changes" Click here.

1 Athletico Esports replace Australia Teal with New Zealand chelleos. [1]
2 Paradox Gaming replace Australia sibe with Australia Kingfisher. [2]
3 ex-Team Skyfire part ways with Australia zurk. [3]
4 Avant Gaming part ways with United States dayV1D. [4]
5 MISCREANT Gaming cease operations. [5]
6 Australia conz joins ex-Team Skyfire. [6]
7 Surge Esports Club cease operations and release their CS:GO team. [7]
8 Downfall Gaming sign Ireland micalis and Australia Jamie. By using these two players, Downfall Gaming acquires ex-MISCREANT Gaming's MDL spot. [8]
9 Ireland NeiL_M joins Grayhound Gaming as coach on trial basis. [9]
10 Australia Laes steps down from R!OT Gaming. [10]
11 Australia Reign steps down from ex-Team Skyfire. [11]
12 ex-Surge Esports Club rename to Fanta.
13 Australia DannyG joins ex-Team Skyfire. [12]
14 April 29th - MARKandLARRY are signed by Justice Esports. [13]
15 April 29th - Australia ferg joins Chiefs Esports Club as their new coach. [14]
16 April 30th - SYF Gaming sign Astral Influence's CS:GO squad. Additionally, they replace Australia xertz with Australia urbz. [15]
17 April 30th - Avant Gaming bench Australia eLUSIVE, Australia mizu, and New Zealand RaZ. As a result of the majority of the core no longer being under Avant Gaming, the MDL spot transfers to evicted, a squad comprised of the benched players. [16]
18 May 2nd - ex-Team Skyfire rename to DINQ. [17]
19 May 2nd - Breakaway Esports release Australia HaZR and Australia J1rah. [18]
20 May 6th - Australia keeyto and Australia Valiance leave Paradox Gaming. Australia Laes joins the team. [19]
21 May 8th - Breakaway Esports release Australia Noisia, Australia YDNA, and Australia Llamas. The trio add Australia keeyto and Australia Valiance and will play as ex-Breakaway Esports. [20]
22 May 10th - Australia Vexite leaves DINQ and joins Paradox Gaming. However, is ineligible to play after it is discovered he is only 14 years old. [21]
23 May 23rd - MC Esports acquire R!OT Gaming's roster. Australia mattyB joins as coach. [22]

Results[edit]

Regular Season[edit]

League Standings
1. ex-Breakaway Esports7-1121-68+5321p
2. Grayhound Gaming6-196-51+4518p
3. Ground Zero Gaming6-2113-89+2418p
4. ORDER5-194-54+4015p
5. Paradox Gaming5-187-63+2415p
6. Chiefs Esports Club4-280-59+2112p
7. Genuine Gaming4-4103-92+1112p
8. SYF Gaming4-285-76+912p
9. Athletico Esports3-266-37+299p
10. MC ESPORTS3-5103-105-29p
11. Jade3-479-85-69p
12. Justice Esports3-5105-124-199p
13. Downfall Gaming2-242-45-36p
14. Rooster2-575-89-146p
15. Fanta1-452-64-123p
16. evicted0-419-64-450p
17. DINQ0-743-115-720p
18. Content0-613-96-830p

Legend
Proceed to Playoffs
Invited to Season 32
Sent to Relegation
Relegated to Open
For detailed results for Weeks 1–4, click here.
For detailed results for Weeks 5–8, click here.
16-11
Week 2
 
Week 5
14-16
Week 3
16-7
Week 2
16-7
Week 3
16-5
Week 1
16-8
Week 1
16-5
Week 3
16-4
Week 3
W-FF
Week 4
16-9
Week 3
FF-W
Week 1
16-7
Week 3
16-10
Week 2
W-FF
Week 2
9-16
Week 2
16-14
Week 3
16-1
Week 1
16-5
Week 3
16-14
Week 4
16-7
Week 1
16-11
Week 4
11-16
Week 2
5-16
Week 3
16-13
Week 2
16-4
Week 4
16-5
Week 2
16-5
Week 3
 
Week 5
W-FF
Week 2
16-5
Week 3
W-FF
Week 2
12-16
Week 2
 
Week 5
6-16
Week 2
FF-W
Week 2
FF-W
Week 2
9-16
Week 1
10-16
Week 1
16-14
Week 3
4-16
Week 3
16-9
Week 2
13-16
Week 2
16-8
Week 3
16-9
Week 4
16-10
Week 3
16-7
Week 4
4-16
Week 4
19-17
Week 2
16-8
Week 1
16-3
Week 2
16-8
Week 2
16-11
Week 3
7-16
Week 2
14-16
Week 3
16-5
Week 4
16-13
Week 2
16-13
Week 1
16-13
Week 1
FF-W
Week 4
1-16
Week 1
5-16
Week 3
8-16
Week 3
17-19
Week 2
5-16
Week 4
7-16
Week 2
7-16
Week 3
5-16
Week 2
16-9
Week 1
8-16
Week 1
13-16
Week 2
W-FF
Week 4
22-25
Week 3
16-7
Week 4
5-16
Week 3
3-16
Week 2
13-16
Week 1
W-FF
Week 2
9-16
Week 4
16-9
Week 4
13-16
Week 1
FF-W
Week 2
13-16
Week 1
FF-W
Week 4
FF-W
Week 2
FF-W
Week 2
FF-W
Week 3
5-16
Week 1
14-16
Week 4
16-12
Week 2
16-10
Week 1
9-16
Week 4
8-16
Week 2
25-22
Week 3
12-16
Week 3
8-16
Week 1
9-16
Week 3
7-16
Week 1
7-16
Week 4
16-9
Week 4
W-FF
Week 2
16-12
Week 2
W-FF
Week 1
5-16
Week 3
 
Week 5
10-16
Week 3
9-16
Week 4
12-16
Week 2
7-16
Week 3
16-13
Week 1
W-FF
Week 3
3-16
Week 1
10-16
Week 2
11-16
Week 4
16-6
Week 2
7-16
Week 4
11-16
Week 3
16-7
Week 2
16-12
Week 3
16-3
Week 1

Playoffs[edit]

Quarterfinals
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Semifinals
 
 
 
 
Grand Final
 
 

References[edit]

  1. Athletico Esports (2019-03-25). "Welcome chelleos & thank you Teal".
  2. Paradox Gaming (2019-04-05). "Statement Regarding CSGO Roster Changes".
  3. CrimZM (2019-04-08). "Due to unforeseen circumstances, Ex-Skyfire has decided to remove @zurkcsgo from the roster.".
  4. dayV1D (2019-04-11). "It was a fun 6 months getting to work with boys on @AvantGaming.".
  5. MISCREANT Gaming (2019-04-15). "Change of direction".
  6. CrimZM (2019-04-16). "Glad to announce @CONZft as our new fifth..".
  7. Surge Esports Club (2019-04-20). "Surge closes its doors.".
  8. Downfall Gaming (2019-04-21). "An update on Downfall CS".
  9. Grayhound Gaming (2019-04-25). "@IEM Sydney is coming".
  10. Laes (2019-04-25). "Stepping down from RIOT...".
  11. CrimZM (2019-04-25). "with @ReignOCE stepping down to sub, we are currently LF1 dedicated and sharp rifler to fill the gap...".
  12. CrimZM (2019-04-28). "Happy to announce our old summit teammate @DANNYG_AU have rejoined us...".
  13. Justice Esports (2019-04-29). "We're extremely excited to announce our enterance into #CSGO and the signing of #MarkandLarry!".
  14. Chiefs Esports Club (2019-04-29). "Sydney Derby to IEM. Tomorrow it begins.".
  15. SYF Gaming (2019-04-30). [hhttps://twitter.com/SYFGAMING/status/1123150220496232448 "Announcing our new Counter-Strike Global offensive team"].
  16. eLUSIVE (2019-04-30). "Distressing end to my time with @AvantGaming.".
  17. CrimZM (2019-04-28). "Also to clarify, we are currently representing ourselves as DINQ and will be considering opportunities next season....".
  18. "BES CSGO Roster Update". Breakaway Esports. 2019-05-02.
  19. Kingfisher (2019-05-06). "Paradox lf1 rifler to join chub noobstr laes and myself.".
  20. "Title Update: BES CSGO". Breakaway Esports. 2019-05-08.
  21. Vexite (2019-05-10). "Parted ways with DiNQ, Joined @ParadoxGamingAU.".
  22. MC Esports (2019-05-23). "MC Esports acquire R!OT Gaming CS:GO Roster".