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ESEA Season 35: Premier Division - Australia

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[e][h]ESEA Season 35: Premier Division - Australia
League Information
Series:
Organizer:
Sponsor:
Type:
Online
Location:
Australia Australia
Teams:
18
Prize Pool:
$13,250 USD
Start Date:
2020-09-01
End Date:
2020-11-04
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:
    • Double-Elimination bracket
    • All matches (excl. Grand Final) are Bo3
    • Grand Final is Bo5 (1 map advantage to the UB team)

Prize Pool[edit]

$13,250 USD are spread among the teams as seen below:

Note: As a result of the cancellation of the S35 Global Challenge, a $10,000 bonus will be given to the winner of the division. [1]

Participants[edit]

   Note: Team roster change notes have been moved to their respective team cards, press the Notes button to toggle them.

1 October 23rd - Australia tucks steps down from his coaching position as he transitions to ORDER's VALORANT team. [2]
Rooster
Notes
1Australia nettik
2Australia ADK
 
 
 
1Australia DannyG
2New Zealand chelleos
3Australia asap
4Australia MarbeN
5 TBD 
1 October 23rd - New Zealand nettik and Australia ADK are unable to continue competing with Rooster due to their ESIC ban. [3]
Rooster 2
Notes
1Australia smooth_criminal22
2Australia JD
3Australia Rackem
4Australia jhd
 
1Australia jtr
2Australia BiBiAhn
3 TBD 
4 TBD 
5 TBD 
1 August 24th - Rooster 2 is formed in the former TRUCKERS WITH ATTITUDE slot with a roster consisting of Australia JD, Australia smooth_criminal22, Australia Rackem, Australia jtr, and Australia jhd. [4]
2 September 22nd - Rooster 2 replace Australia smooth_criminal22 with Australia BiBiAhn. [5]
3 October 23rd - Australia JD, Australia Rackem, Australia jhd are unable to continue competing with Rooster 2 due to their ESIC ban. [3]
1 October 20th - Paradox Gaming part ways with Australia Versa. [6]
1 August 25th - VERTEX Esports Club signs Bantz Gaming's former lineup. Additionally, they part ways with Australia klebz, New Zealand addict, and Australia motion while adding Australia Rolfko, Indonesia willyKS, Australia pz, and Australia tensai to the lineup. [7]
2 September 4th - VERTEX Esports Club part ways with Indonesia willyKS. [8]
1 October 8th - Australia HUGHMUNGUS leaves Avant Gaming. [9]
2 October 13th - Avant Gaming part ways with Australia BL1TZ. [10]
3 October 21st - New Zealand ofnu joins Avant Gaming. [11]
1 September 20th - Ground Zero Gaming part ways with United States HudzM. [12]
2 October 23rd - Australia Mayker is unable to continue competing with Ground Zero Gaming due to his ESIC ban. [3]
1 October 5th - New Zealand soju_j steps down from Chiefs Esports Club. [13]
2 October 20th - Chiefs Esports Club re-sign Australia HUGHMUNGUS. [14]
3 October 21st - New Zealand ofnu is acquired by Avant Gaming. [11]
1 July 29th - Mako Esports Club part ways with Hong Kong CrimZM. [15]
2 August 7th - Mako Esports Club sign Australia KStaar. [16]
1 August 20th - Incept eSports part ways with their lineup. They will continue to play together as ex-Incept eSports. [17]
2 September 4th - ex-Incept eSports are signed by Bantz Gaming. [18]
Overt
Notes
1Australia Craftyy
2Australia marz
3Australia cl0ver
 
 
1Australia vax
2Australia Meta
3Australia Hyphen
4 TBD 
5 TBD 
1 October 20th - Overt disband. [19]
1 September 3rd - R!OT Gaming sign Australia Fiend, Australia gump, and Australia kyson. [20]
1 August 28th - off mic plz are signed by Forbidden Gaming. [21]
1 August 24th - Aftermind replace Australia Deezy with Australia MSN. [22]
LAKERS
Notes
1 September 5th - LAKERS (formerly Ballarat Bulldogs) are invited to ESEA Premier Season 35 due to ex-Team Skyfire disbanding.
2 October 23rd - Australia stvn is unable to continue competing with LAKERS due to his ESIC ban. [3]
1 September 17th - Blessed Esports part ways with their lineup. They will continue to play together as ex-Blessed Esports. [23]
2 September 20th - ex-Blessed Esports part ways with Australia oliff. [24]
3 October 6th - Integral Nation sign ex-Blessed Esports. [25]
1 September 3rd - im angry grrrr is signed by Lèsè Esports. [26]

Results[edit]

Regular Season[edit]

Playoffs[edit]

Upper Bracket Quarterfinals
Chiefs ESC
2
October 30, 2020 - 20:00 AEDT
1614
2
12
1
1972
82
1816
07
 
 
 
 
New Zealand soju_j to stand-in for Australia apocdud on Chiefs ESC.
R!OT Gaming
0
Paradox Gaming
W
October 30, 2020 - 20:00 AEDT
Rooster forfeit as they were unable to field a complete roster.
Rooster
FF
ORDER
2
October 30, 2020 - 18:35 AEDT
1612
4
33
0
167
9
89
1
 
 
 
 
VERTEX ESC
0
Ground Zero
1
October 30, 2020 - 20:00 AEDT
126
6
916
7
1611
5
47
3
86
2
916
7
Avant Gaming
2
Upper Bracket Semifinals
Chiefs ESC
2
October 31, 2020 - 18:05 AEDT
168
8
78
1
168
8
714
7
 
 
 
 
Paradox Gaming
0
ORDER
FF
October 31, 2020 - 18:05 AEDT
ORDER forfeited the match due to scheduling difficulties.
Avant Gaming
W
Upper Bracket Final
Chiefs ESC
1
November 1, 2020 - 18:05 AEDT
148
6
716
9
167
9
88
0
22
0
1316
3
Avant Gaming
2
Lower Bracket Round 1
R!OT Gaming
W
October 30, 2020 - 20:00 AEDT
Rooster forfeit as they were unable to field a complete roster.
Rooster
FF
VERTEX ESC
2
October 31, 2020 - 18:05 AEDT
166
10
912
3
19101
53
2517
010
 
 
 
 
Ground Zero
0
Lower Bracket Round 2
ORDER
2
November 1, 2020 - 20:05 AEDT
1612
4
37
4
1610
6
55
0
 
 
 
 
R!OT Gaming
0
Paradox Gaming
0
November 1, 2020 - 18:05 AEDT
1671
80
2819
27
135
8
1016
6
 
 
 
 
VERTEX ESC
2
Lower Bracket Round 3
ORDER
2
November 2, 2020 - 18:05 AEDT
1610
6
58
3
146
8
916
7
1610
6
59
4
VERTEX ESC
1
Lower Bracket Final
Chiefs ESC
0
November 3, 2020 - 20:00 AEDT
96
3
916
7
54
1
1116
5
 
 
 
 
ORDER
2
Grand Final
Avant Gaming
3
November 4, 2020 - 20:00 AEDT
 
 
 
 
169
7
612
6
96
3
916
7
137
6
816
8
1982
72
1716
08
Avant have a 1 map advantage as the upper-bracket team.
ORDER
2

References[edit]

  1. Aluminati (2020-10-29). "ESEA MDL Global Challenge Update". ESEA.
  2. ORDER (2020-10-23). "LAUNCH INITIATED".
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 "Joint Statement by the Esports Integrity Commission (ESIC) and ESEA regarding sanctions against seven CS:GO players for betting offences". ESIC. 2020-10-23.
  4. Rooster (2020-08-24). "We are excited to announced we have signed Rooster 2...".
  5. Rooster (2020-09-22). "Goodbye @smooth_crim22, Welcome international gamer @bibi_ahn".
  6. Paradox Gaming (2020-10-20). "Today we say farewell to @VersaAU from the #CSGO team.".
  7. VERTEX Esports Club (2020-08-25). "A secret no more!".
  8. willyKS (2020-09-04). "Left Vertex unfortunately things did not work out, best of luck to the boys".
  9. HUGHMUNGUS (2020-10-08). "Leaving @AvantGaming".
  10. "Avant CS:GO Roster Update". Avant Gaming. 2020-10-14.
  11. 11.0 11.1 Avant Gaming (2020-10-21). "After a quick stint on Wife Swap, @ofnuip is back!".
  12. "CS:GO Roster Update: HudzM". Ground Zero Gaming. 2020-09-20.
  13. soju_j (2020-10-05). "Stepping down from Chiefs".
  14. Chiefs Esports Club (2020-10-20). "Welcome back @HUGHMUNGUScs...".
  15. CrimZM (2020-07-29). "LFT".
  16. Mako Esports Club (2020-08-07). "We would like to give a huge welcome to @KStaar28, he will be joining the #MakoCSGO roster!".
  17. micalis (2020-08-20). "After playing under Incept for almost the whole year we are now looking for a new org to represent".
  18. Bantz Gaming (2020-09-04). "WE ARE BACK BABY!".
  19. Overt (2020-10-20). "Unfortunately it's time to say goodbye to our CS:GO team".
  20. R!OT Gaming (2020-09-03). "Today we announce the updated roster for @ESEA MDL Season 35".
  21. Forbidden Gaming (2020-08-28). "We are glad to be announcing our newest CSGO Roster!".
  22. Aftermind (2020-08-24). "Join us in welcoming @MSNaus...".
  23. Blessed Esports (2020-09-17). "Thank you guys so much for the memories".
  24. BeeTee (2020-09-20). "Parted ways with Oliff, Ex-Blessed are LF1".
  25. Integral Nation (2020-10-06). "It gives us great pleasure to announce our new Counter Strike Team".
  26. Lèsè Esports (2020-09-03). "We are extremely excited to welcome our new #CSGO #MDL Team".
  27. Team Skyfire (2020-07-21). "It is with heavy hearts that we announce the departure of our CS:GO roster, who are disbanding and parting ways".