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ESEA Season 32: Premier Division - Australia

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[e][h]ESEA Season 32: Premier Division - Australia
League Information
Series:
Organizer:
Sponsor:
Type:
Online
Location:
Australia Australia
Teams:
18
Start Date:
2019-09-02
End Date:
2019-12-15
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]

ORDER2, 4, 7
TBD4, 6
1Australia Noisia 
2Australia mattcd 
3Australia oliff 
4South Africa pnd 
5 TBD 
SYF Gaming
1Australia ino 
2Australia bedonka 
3Australia ekul 
4Australia urbz 
5 TBD 
ex-Justice Esports1, 3, 14
1Australia BRACE 
2Australia Rolfko 
3 TBD 
4 TBD 
5 TBD 
orvi
1Australia dizzy 
2Australia LsnoW 
3 TBD 
4 TBD 
5 TBD 

For "News and Roster Changes" Click here.

1 Justice Esports release Portugal falcon. [1]
2 ORDER part ways with Australia zeph. [2]
3 Justice Esports sign Australia Raesos. [3]
4 ORDER sign Australia Valiance. [4]
5 StackEm rename to Converge.
6 rewound disband, leaving their MDL spot vacant. At this time, it is unknown what will happen to the spot, but if 2/5 of the lineup decide to stay together, they will inherit the spot. [5]
7 ORDER part ways with their coach, Australia Elmapuddy. [6]
8 Australia MoeycQ leaves Ground Zero Gaming. [7]
9 United States hudzM joins Bizarre Gaming as coach. [8]
10 ex-Athletico Esports rename to madlikewizards.
11 Paradox Gaming replace Australia Laes and Australia Vexite with Australia keeyto and Australia Llamas. [9]
12 Australia zeph joins Ground Zero Gaming. [10]
13 MC ESPORTS release their CS:GO team. It is also revealed that Australia Ayrez, Australia InJect, and Indonesia willyKS left in the off-season and were replaced by Australia asap, Australia moojuice, and Turkey tot. Additionally, Australia mattyB stepped down as the team's coach. [11]
14 Justice Esports release their CS:GO team. They will play as ex-Justice Esports. Additionally, Australia Tham, Australia pz, and Australia Raesos leave the team. [12] [13]


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