FACEIT Spring League 2014

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[e][h]FACEIT Spring League 2014
League Information
Series:
Organizer:
Type:
Online
Location:
Europe Europe
Teams:
8
Format:
Group stage:
Round robin
Playoffs:
Double-elimination (BO3)
Prize Pool:
$20,000 USD
Start Date:
2014-04-30
End Date:
2014-06-01
Liquipedia Tier:
Winners
 
 
 
 
Maps
Dust II • Inferno • Cache • Nuke • Mirage • Season • Train

About[edit]

During the month of May 2014, FACEIT is sponsoring an online tournament with an prize pool of $20,000. The tournament is fully funded by the share FACEIT received when the P90 | Trigon weapon finish was released in the Operation Phoenix Weapon Case. The top four teams in the league will advance to the playoffs, starting on May 30.

Format[edit]

Group Stage[edit]

  • Best-of-one round robin.
  • The top four teams from this stage will proceed to the playoffs.
  • Schedule:
    • Week 1: April 30
    • Week 2: May 7–8
    • Week 3: May 14–15
    • Week 4: May 21–22
    • Week 5: May 26–27
Three-way tiebreaker[edit]

According to FACEIT's rules, the first and only decider in case of a tie is head-to-head results, but since Titan, Virtus.pro and TEAMGLOBAL each have a win in encounters with each other, they find themselves in a clinch.

In order to resolve the tie, FACEIT will run a mini-league with these three teams next week where they will once again play best-of-one matches against each other to find the two winners. Should it come down to the same scenario again with one win each, round difference will be used to determine which two teams will advance.[1]

Playoffs[edit]

  • Held from May 30 to June 1.
  • Double-elimination bracket.
  • Matches are best-of-three.
  • No third place decider.

Prize Pool[edit]

$20,000 is spread among the teams as seen below:[2]

Participants[edit]

Team Dignitas
1Denmark FeTiSh 
2Denmark device 
3Denmark dupreeh 
4Denmark Xyp9x 
5Denmark aizy 
6Denmark Nico 
CDenmark 3k2 
Virtus.pro
1Poland NEO 
2Poland TaZ 
3Poland byali 
4Poland pasha 
5Poland Snax 
Titan
1France NBK 
2France SmithZz 
3France kennyS 
4Belgium Ex6TenZ 
5Belgium ScreaM 
Fnatic
1Sweden JW 
2Sweden pronax 
3Sweden flusha 
4Sweden schneider 
5Sweden Devilwalk 
TEAMGLOBAL1
1Sweden KRiMZ 
2Sweden twist 
3Sweden olofmeister 
4Sweden cype 
5Sweden pyth 
6Sweden dennis 
1 LGB eSports and team part ways; ex-LGB now plays under the name of TEAMGLOBAL.[3]

Results[edit]

League standings[edit]

Standings
April 30 - May 22
1. Team Dignitas 6-1 104-68 +36 18p
2. Team LDLC.com 5-2 103-0 +103 15p
3. Titan 4-3 92-0 +92 12p
4. TEAMGLOBAL 4-3 92-0 +92 12p
5. Virtus.pro 4-3 90-0 +90 12p
6. Ninjas in Pyjamas 3-4 92-80 +12 9p
7. Wizards e-Sports Club 1-6 52-106 -54 3p
8. Fnatic 1-6 68-103 -35 3p
See detailed results here.

Three-way tiebreaker[edit]

Standings
May 27, 2014 - 20:15 CEST
1. Virtus.pro 2-0 32-15 +17 6p
2. Titan 1-1 23-23 0 3p
3. TEAMGLOBAL 0-2 15-32 -17 0p

Playoffs[edit]

Semifinals
Team Dignitas
2
May 31, 2014 15:25 CEST
167
9
812
4
169
7
610
4
 
 
 
 
Titan
0
Team LDLC.com
1
May 31, 2014 17:30 CEST
98
1
716
9
168
8
713
6
44
0
1116
5
Virtus.pro
2
Upper Bracket Final
Team Dignitas
2
June 1, 2014 15:20 CEST
134
9
1116
5
1611
5
45
1
169
7
67
1
Virtus.pro
1
Lower Bracket Round 1
Titan
2
May 31, 2014 20:10 CEST
55
0
1016
6
1610
6
513
8
168
8
711
4
Team LDLC.com
1
Lower Bracket Final
Virtus.pro
2
June 1, 2014 18:20 CEST
168
8
78
1
1611
5
44
0
 
 
 
 
Titan
0
Grand Final
Team Dignitas
0
June 1, 2014 21:35 CEST
105
5
1016
6
145
9
1016
6
 
 
 
 
Virtus.pro
2

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