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ESEA Season 36: Premier Division - Australia

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[e][h]ESEA Season 36: Premier Division - Australia
League Information
Series:
Organizer:
Type:
Online
Location:
Australia Australia
Teams:
18
Prize Pool:
$11,000 USD
Start Date:
2021-01-26
End Date:
2021-04-18
Liquipedia Tier:
Links
Maps
Dust II • Inferno • Mirage • Nuke • Overpass • Train • Vertigo

About[edit]

Format[edit]

  • Regular Season:
    • Two Round-Robin format groups
      • All teams play each other once
      • All matches are Bo3
    • Top 4 teams from each group 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]

$11,000 USD are spread among the teams as seen below:

Participants[edit]

1 January 22nd - Australia Noobster is unable to continue competing with Avant Gaming due to his ESIC ban. [1]
2 February 9th - Avant Gaming add Australia Liki and Australia SaVage as New Zealand onfu steps down from the team. [2]
3 February 17th - Dire Wolves acquire Avant Gaming. As a result, their team rebrands to Dire Wolves. [3]
1 January 21st - ORDER part ways with Australia aliStair. [4]
2 January 27th - ORDER acquire Australia Vexite from Chiefs Esports Club. [5]
1 January 27th - Australia Vexite is acquired by ORDER. [5]
2 February 14th - Chiefs Esports Club sign Australia gump and New Zealand val. [6]
1 December 19th - VERTEX Esports Club sign New Zealand soju_j as coach. [7]
2 January 22nd - Australia Roflko is unable to continue competing with VERTEX ESC due to his ESIC ban. [1]
1 November 5th - Slovakia KETUBOR leaves Paradox Gaming. [8]
ex-R!OT Gaming
Notes
1 TBD 
2 TBD 
3 TBD 
4 TBD 
5 TBD 
1 January 22th - Australia rekonz is unable to continue competing with ex-R!OT Gaming due to his ESIC ban. [1]
1 December 18th - Australia asap is unable to play for Rooster due to an ESIC ban for submitting a false ID in an ESL event. [9]
1 November 29th - Mako Esports Club disbands. [10]
2 January 27th - R!OT Gaming sign a new lineup consisting of Australia OMARI, Australia cheeseball, Australia Fiend, Australia callum_murray, and Australia 2D. [11]
1 November 29th - Australia MSN announces his retirement and leaves Aftermind. [12]
2 January 22nd - New Zealand MinusTheCoffee and Australia Caily are unable to continue competing with Aftermind due to their ESIC bans. [1]
3 January 26th - The remainder of Aftermind's lineup part ways with the organziation and join Simplicity alongside Australia Mes, Australia TjP and Australia ryza. [13]
really weird
Notes
1Australia val
 
 
 
 
1South Korea Lyme
2Australia nope
3Australia ATESY
4Australia cHus
5 TBD 
1 January 22nd - Australia MDK is unable to continue competing with really weird due to his ESIC ban. [1]
1 January 13th - Mako Esports Club sign Team Fenrir. [14]
2 February 17th - Mako Esports Club disbands. [15]
1 February 1st - Dynasty Esports Club replace Ground Zero Gaming due to the latter not fielding a lineup.
1 February 1st - Ninja Esports Club replace Integral Nation due to the latter not fielding a lineup.
1 December 16th - Downfall Gaming disbands. [16]
Control Esports
Notes
1Australia doris
2 TBD 
3 TBD 
4 TBD 
5 TBD 
1 January 22nd - Australia motion, Portugal Falcon, and Australia foggers are unable to continue competing with Control Esports due to their ESIC bans. [1]

Results[edit]

Regular Season[edit]

Group A[edit]

Group A Standings
1. ORDER4-0128-52+7612p
2. VERTEX Esports Club3-1146-124+229p
3. Sylyx Esports3-2140-128+129p
4. Dynasty Esports Club3-178-62+169p
5. Simplicity3-2138-145-79p
6. Caught off Guard2-3115-162-476p
7. Rooster2-2138-127+116p
8. really weird0-580-103-230p
9. Ninja Esports Club0-480-140-600p

Group B[edit]

Group B Standings
1. Paradox Esports3-096-36+609p
2. R!OT Gaming3-1127-115+129p
3. Dire Wolves2-064-16+486p
4. Chiefs Esports Club2-034-12+226p
. Control Esports-   
. ex-R!OT Gaming-   
7. Mako Esports Club0-249-71-220p
8. Animal Squad0-361-108-470p
9. chupapi munyanyo0-425-98-730p

Legend
Proceed to Playoffs
Invited to Season 37
Pre-Relegation
Sent to Relegation
Pre-Demotion
Demoted to Advanced

For detailed results for Weeks 1–4, click here.
For detailed results for Weeks 5–9, click here.

Placement Matches[edit]

11-12th Place Match
15-16th Place Match

Playoffs[edit]

Upper Bracket Quarterfinals
Upper Bracket Semifinals
Upper Bracket Final
Lower Bracket Round 1
Lower Bracket Round 2
Lower Bracket Round 3
Lower Bracket Final
Grand Final

References[edit]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 "The Esports Integrity Commission Issues Sanctions Against 35 Individuals for Betting Offences in Violation of the ESIC Anti-Corruption Code". ESIC. 2021-01-22.
  2. apoc (2020-02-09). "Tonight we will be debuting our new roster ft. @SaVagecs_ and @au_liki".
  3. "Dire Wolves Acquires AVANT Gaming, Growing The Oceanic Powerhouse". Dire Wolves. 2020-02-17.
  4. "FAREWELL ALISTAIR". ORDER. 2021-01-21.
  5. 5.0 5.1 ORDER (2020-01-27). ""He's sharp; he's young, and he's gonna be the next generation of talent in the Australian CS scene."".
  6. Chiefs Esports Club (2021-02-14). "Welcome young guns @gump_cs & @valhallacs_ to the family".
  7. VERTEX Esports Club (2020-12-19). "Our final piece of the puzzle is finally OFFICIAL!".
  8. KETUBOR (2020-11-05). "Paradox bolo moje prve posobene v AU a som uprimne rad za tuto skusenost" [Paradox was my first team in AU and I am happy for this experience] (in Slovakia Slovak).
  9. "Australian player handed 12-month ban due to false ID submission". ESL. 2020-12-18.
  10. callum_murray (2020-11-29). "Hi all, looking like mako has come to an end so ill be lft as a rifler".
  11. R!OT Gaming (2021-01-27). "Please welcome back and give a warm welcome to".
  12. MSN (2020-11-29). "Quitting Competetive Cs".
  13. Simplicity (2021-01-26). "WE ARE EXCITED TO BE BACK!".
  14. Mako Esports Club (2021-01-13). "It's with great pleasure that we start off 2021 by re-entering the #CSGO scene...".
  15. cookie (2021-02-17). "Mako has decided to mutually disband on good terms mainly due to players having to shift their priorities".
  16. SaVage (2020-12-16). "Was such an awesome run with @downfall and I am incredibly thankful of the opportunity that they gave me".