BenQ ZOWIE eXTREMESLAND 2017 Japan Regional Final

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[e][h]eXTREMESLAND 2017 Japan Regional Final
League Information
Series:
Sponsor:
Type:
Offline
Location:
Japan Tokyo
Teams:
4
Format:
Single Elimination (Bo3)
Prize Pool:
¥ 2,200,000 JPY
(≃ $19,855.82 USD)
Start Date:
2017-09-16
End Date:
2017-09-17
Liquipedia Tier:
Links
Maps
Cache • Cobblestone • Inferno • Nuke • Mirage • Overpass • Train

About[edit]

BenQ ZOWIE eXTREMESLAND is a competitive CSGO tournament held in Shanghai, China, hosting the top 16 teams from 14 major regions in the Asia Pacific Region. These top teams will compete for their share of the $100,000 USD prize pool.
The BenQ ZOWIE eXTREMESLAND Japan Qualifier is being conducted by BenQ ZOWIE in partnership with Galleria Gamemaster], with the winner of the Japan Qualifier series being offered the position to compete in Shanghai.

Broadcast Talent[edit]

Format[edit]

Prize Pool[edit]

¥ 2,200,000 JPY (~$ 19,855.82 USD) are spread among the teams as seen below:

Converted USD prizes are based on the currency exchange rate (taken from xe.com) on September 17, 2017: 1 JPY = 0.00902537 USD.

MVP Player[edit]

Participants[edit]

1 Players under the age of 18 are not allowed to play and teams that have used such players have lost the right to pick/ban maps as penalty as well as having to use a substitute player. [1][2]


Results[edit]

Semifinals
ALTERNATIV
2
September 16, 2017 - 12:50 JST
147
7
816
8
168
8
78
1
1962
92
1916
06
Randomly picked maps due to the penalty applied to both teams.
zxcv
1
DeToNator
0
September 16, 2017 - 15:30 JST
145
9
1016
6
106
4
916
7
 
 
 
 
DeToNator picks all three maps due to SCARZ Absolute's penalty.
SCARZ Absolute
2
Grand Final
ALTERNATIV
1
September 17, 2017 - 14:35 JST
165
11
1010
0
33
0
1216
4
94
5
1116
5
The map veto proceeds as normal without penalty to either team.
SCARZ Absolute
2


Additional Content[edit]

Streams[edit]

References[edit]

  1. Yossy (2017-09-16). "eXTREMESLAND 2017 Japan Qualifier held at Galleria Gamemaster Cup" (in Japan Japanese). Negitaku.
  2. "Galleria Gamemaster Regulations" (in Japan Japanese). Galleria Gamemaster. Retrieved 2017-09-16.