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ESL One: Cologne 2020

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[e][h]ESL One: Cologne 2020
League Information
Organizer:
Type:
Offline
Location:
Germany Cologne
Venue:
ESL Studio
Teams:
24
Prize Pool:
$1,000,000 USD
Start Date:
2020-08-21
End Date:
2020-08-30
Liquipedia Tier:
ESL Pro Tour Tier:
Masters Championship Masters Champ.


This tournament has been cancelled.
The tournament has been divided into online European, North American, Oceanic, and Asian divisions.


ESL One: Cologne 2020 was to be the seventh time ESL's headline event returned to the Lanxess-Arena; featuring 16 teams competing for a share of the newly increased $1,000,000 USD prize pool as well as the opportunity of another tournament win towards the third season of the Intel Grand Slam. On May 5th, the event was moved to a closed studio environment and postponed to the end of August, with the arena playoffs being cancelled, due to COVID-19 restrictions set by the German government. [1]

About[edit]

Broadcast Talent[edit]

Primary Broadcast[edit]
  • Stage Host:
    • TBA
  • Desk Host:
    • TBA
  • Analyst:
    • TBA
  • Commentator:
    • TBA
  • Interviewer:
    • TBA
  • Observer:
    • TBA
Secondary Broadcast[edit]
  • Commentator:
    • TBA
  • Observer:
    • TBA

Format[edit]

  • Play-In: August 21st - 22nd, 2020
    • Double-Elimination bracket
      • Opening matches are Bo1
      • All following matches are Bo3
    • The top eight teams advanced to the Group Stage

  • Group Stage: August 23rd - 27th, 2020
    • Two double-elimination format (GSL) groups
    • The top three teams from each group advance to the Playoffs:
      • Group stage winners advance to the Semifinals
      • Group stage runners-up advance to the Quarterfinals as the High Seeds
      • Group stage 3rd place teams advance to the Quarterfinals as the Low Seeds

  • Playoffs: August 28th - 30th, 2020
    • Single-Elimination bracket
    • The Quarterfinals & Semifinals are Bo3
    • The Grand Final is Bo5

Prize Pool[edit]

$1,000,000 USD are spread among the teams as seen below:

Tournament Circuit Points
Place ESL Pro Tour Pro Tour BLAST Premier Circuit BLAST Premier
A11st 1800 pts 4000 pts
A22nd 1400 pts 2000 pts
A3A43rd - 4th 1100 pts 1250 pts
A5A65th - 6th 825 pts 500 pts
A7A87th - 8th 575 pts 250 pts
A9B39th - 12th 325 pts -
B4B713th - 16th 125 pts -
B8C217th - 20th 60 pts -
C3C621st - 24th - -

Participants[edit]

Directly Qualified Teams[edit]

Play-In Teams[edit]

1 July 2nd - Renegades sign Denmark mithR as their new head coach. [2]

Results[edit]

Play-In[edit]

Upper Bracket Round 1
Upper Bracket Round 2
Proceed to Group Stage
Lower Bracket Round 1
Lower Bracket Round 2
Proceed to Group Stage

Group Stage[edit]

Group A[edit]

Upper Bracket Round 1
Upper Bracket Round 2
Upper Bracket Round 3
Proceed to Playoffs
Lower Bracket Round 1
Lower Bracket Round 2
Lower Bracket Round 3

Group B[edit]

Upper Bracket Round 1
Upper Bracket Round 2
Upper Bracket Round 3
Proceed to Playoffs
Lower Bracket Round 1
Lower Bracket Round 2
Lower Bracket Round 3

Playoffs[edit]

Quarterfinals
 Group B 2nd Place
 Group A 3rd Place
 Group A 2nd Place
 Group B 3rd Place
Semifinals
 Group A 1st Place
 Group B 1st Place
Grand Final

Additional Content[edit]

Streams[edit]

Primary
LanguageEnglish SpeakingRussia
Streams
Secondary
LanguageEnglish SpeakingRussia
Streams

References[edit]