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ESL AU & NZ Championship - Season 8: Online Stage


[e][h]ESL AU & NZ Championship - Season 8: Online Stage
League Information
Organizer:
Sponsor:
Type:
Online
Location:
Oceania Oceania
Teams:
12
Start Date:
2019-03-12
End Date:
2019-05-20
Liquipedia Tier:
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Maps
Cache • Dust II • Inferno • Mirage • Nuke • Overpass • Train • Vertigo

About[edit]

Broadcast Talent[edit]

  • Observer:
    • Australia MC (Michael Campagna)

Format[edit]

  • Regular Season: March 12th - April 11th, 2019
    • Two round-robin format Groups
      • Each group has 6 teams
      • All matches are Bo3
    • Top two teams from each group proceed to the LAN Finals
    • 3rd & 4th place teams advance to Last Chance Stage

  • Last Chance Bracket: May 14th - 20th, 2019
    • Double-Elimination bracket
      • Opening matches are Bo3
      • Final match is Bo5
    • Top two teams proceed to the LAN Finals

Prize Pool[edit]

Participants[edit]

Jade
1Australia duz
2Australia flaw
3Australia Rackem
4New Zealand jtr
5New Zealand nettik
1 February 8th - The final invitation slot is announced to go to a Wildcard team, the best team from the open qualifies which did not qualify will be chosen by the administrative team. [1]
2 February 11th - Paradox Gaming parts ways with its roster, they will continue to play as ex-Paradox Gaming with the exception of United States Bibby who parts ways with the team. [2] [3]
3 February 26th - Australia MoeycQ leaves Chiefs Esports Club to join Ground Zero Gaming. [4]
4 February 27th - ex-Paradox Gaming are re-signed by Paradox Gaming. [5]
5 March 5th - ICON Esports release New Zealand sico. [6]
6 March 5th - Grayhound Gaming bench New Zealand sterling. [7]
7 March 6th - Grayhound Gaming sign New Zealand sico. [8]
8 March 7th - ICON Esports loan New Zealand ofnu and New Zealand zewsy to Chiefs Esports Club, who bench Australia InfrequeNt. [9] [10]
9 March 11th - As ICON Esports are left without their core roster, they lose their slot; Fighting 4 Freedom are invited in their place. [11]

Results[edit]

Regular Season[edit]

Group A[edit]

Group A
1. Grayhound Gaming5-0187-101+8615p
2. Genuine Gaming4-1182-181+112p
3. Athletico Esports2-3176-196-206p
4. Avant Gaming2-3142-169-276p
5. Ground Zero Gaming1-4168-177-93p
6. Jade1-4122-153-313p

Group B[edit]

Group B
1. Chiefs Esports Club5-0177-91+8615p
2. Breakaway Esports4-1165-146+1912p
3. ORDER3-2177-131+469p
4. Fighting 4 Freedom1-499-174-753p
5. Paradox Gaming1-4155-190-353p
5. Surge Esports Club1-4133-174-413p


Last Chance Bracket[edit]

Upper Bracket Final
Athletico Esports
0
May 14, 2019 - 20:00 AEST
96
3
916
7
107
3
816
8
 
 
 
 
ORDER
2
Qualified
ORDER
Lower Bracket Round 1
Avant Gaming
FF
May 15, 2019 - 20:00 AEST
Avant Gaming forfeit the match
Fighting 4 Freedom
W
Lower Bracket Final
Athletico Esports
0
May 20, 2019 - 20:30 AEST
22
0
1316
3
1560
90
3919
16
116
5
916
7
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Fighting 4 Freedom
3
Qualified
Fighting 4 Freedom

Additional Content[edit]

Streams[edit]

LanguageOceania
Streams

References[edit]