ESL Pro Series: Germany - Season 1

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[e][h]EPS Germany Season I
League Information
Organizer:
Sponsor:
Type:
Online/Offline
Location:
Germany Cologne
Venue:
Future Point (FNGs & Finals)
Teams:
14
Format:
Round Robin
MR12 (MR5 OT)
LAN Finals (Double-Elimination BO1)
Prize Pool:
€28,000 EUR
(≃ $29,741 USD)
Start Date:
2002-09-04
End Date:
2002-12-15
Liquipedia Tier:
Maps

About[edit]

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The very first ESL Pro Series Germany kicked off on 4th of September 2002 and had 14 Teams battling for € 28,000 prize money. Back in the days the current version of the game was Counter-Strike 1.5. On each matchday one so called Friday Night Game (abbr. FNG) was planned where two teams had the chance to compete on LAN at the Future Point in Cologne. However not every FNG took place. Unfortunately the regular season was plagued by many lineup changes resulting in three teams been excluded from the standings. The four best teams through out the season qualified for the LAN finals which took place from 13th to 15th of december 2002 again at the Future Point in Cologne.

Format[edit]

  • Regular Season
    • Round Robin
    • Thirteen matchdays with determined maps
    • Except FNGs all matches are played online
    • Series played in BO1 format with maxrounds 12
    • All rounds are counted
    • Every match has a winner
    • Overtime consists of two, five round halves
  • Finals
    • Top 4 teams qualify for the offline finals
    • BO1 Double Elimination bracket with maxrounds 12
    • Coming from the lower bracket you have to win two maps in the grand final

Prize Pool[edit]

€28,000 EUR (~$29,741 USD) are spread among the teams as seen below:

Converted USD prizes are based on the currency exchange rate (taken from xe.com) on December 25, 2002: 1 EUR = 1.05253 USD.

Participants[edit]

Teams (14)
mousesports mTw ping-of-death Template:Team/Schroet
Template:Team/team relentless n!faculty team-radium Template:Team/Majesty
DkH Multigaming Template:Team/esp4all Template:Team/tonga esu
Template:Team/shuuk Template:Team/why

Team Rosters[edit]

Due to many lineup changes and three dissolved teams this list may be not complete.

*   Player left team during season     **  Player joined team during season     *** Team dissolved during season

Results[edit]

Each win granted two points for the ranking. In case of tied points the team with the higher DeCL points (showed in brackets) got ranked higher. These points represented the percental rounds won so you could get max. one houndred DeCL points per map. The name stems from Deutsche Clan Liga (DeCL) the predecessor of ESL.

Regular Season[edit]

League Standings
September 4th - November 30th, 2002
1. mousesports 8-2 24p
2. mTw 7-3 21p
3. ping-of-death 6-4 18p
4. Template:Team/Schroet 5-5 15p
5. Template:Team/team relentless 5-5 15p
6. n!faculty 5-5 15p
7. team-radium 5-5 15p
8. MAJESTY 4-6 12p
9. DkH Multigaming 4-6 12p
10. Template:Team/eSp4all 4-6 12p
11. Template:Team/tOnga 2-8 6p
DQ. Template:Team/e.sports united -
DQ. Template:Team/shuuk -
DQ. Template:Team/why -
Key
Matches: Win-Loss | BO1
Advance to Finals
Returns Next Season
Has to play Relegation
Is relegated directly

Match summary[edit]

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Finals[edit]

December 13th - 15th, 2002

Match summary[edit]

Winner's bracket Game 1
Friday December 13th, 2002 Template:MatchSummary

Winner's bracket Game 2
Saturday December 14th, 2002 Template:MatchSummary

Loser's bracket Game 1
Saturday December 14th, 2002 Template:MatchSummary

Winner's bracket Final
Saturday December 14th, 2002 Template:MatchSummary

Consolation Final
Saturday December 14th, 2002 Template:MatchSummary

Grand Final
Sunday December 15th, 2002 Template:MatchSummary

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