LPL 2019 ANZ Season 1

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[e][h]LPL 2019 ANZ Championship Season 1
League Information
Series:
LPL Challenger League
Organizer:
Version:
Type:
Online
Location:
Oceania Oceania
Teams:
8
Format:
Round Robin and Playoffs
Prize Pool:
$ 4,000 AUD
(≃ $2,839 USD)
Start Date:
2019-02-06
End Date:
2019-04-03
Liquipedia Tier:
Links

Lets Play Live acquired Cybergamer in December 2018 [1] and announced their Dota 2 Roadmap for 2019 with three seasons from February to September. [2]

Season 1 for the Challenger Division entails an open qualififer to determine the top eight stops with a subsequent round robin and a finals format to determine the top four seeds for the tournament. Genuine Dota are the first team to be directly invited to the event.[3]

Format[edit]

  • Round robin format with two Bo1 matches every Wednesday
  • The top four teams by points will advance to the finals format
  • The finals format includes a Single Elimination bracket to determine the final placements of the season

Broadcast Talent[edit]

Prizepool[edit]

Total prize pool for the tournament is $4,000 AUD.

(Converted USD prizes are based on the currency rate on Feb 21, 2019: 1 AUD ≃ 0.70967 USD.)

Participating Teams[edit]

1 On the February 3, 2019, Turbo Apes reformed into Shutdown Esports Club.[4]
2 On the February 4, 2019, Geninue Gaming announces their roster.[5]
3 On the February 6, 2019, Le Voyage forfeited the tournament and on the 10th of February, they were replaced by Devious Dota.
4 On the February 11, 2019, No Names were picked up by Athletico Esports.[6]

Results[edit]

Standings[edit]

Cross Table[edit]

Show AggregateShow Individual
0-0
Feb 26
1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0
Feb 19
0-0
Feb 26
0-0
Feb 19
0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0
Feb 26
0-0
Feb 19
0-0
Feb 26
0-0
Feb 26
0-0
Feb 19
1-0
0-0, 1-0
1-0
Feb 05
1-0
Feb 05
1-0
Feb 12
1-0
Feb 05
1-0
1-0, 0-0
1-0
Feb 12
0-1
Feb 12
0-1
Feb 05
0-1
Feb 12
0-1
Feb 19
0-0
Feb 26
0-1
Feb 12
0-1
Feb 05
0-1
Feb 12
0-1
Feb 19
0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-1
Feb 05
0-0
Feb 26
0-1
Feb 05
0-1
Feb 12
1-0
Feb 19
0-1
0-1, 0-0
0-0
Feb 26
0-1
Feb 05
0-1
Feb 12
1-0
Feb 19
1-0
Feb 12
1-0
Feb 12
1-0
Feb 19
0-0
Feb 26
1-0
Feb 05
0-0
Feb 19
1-0
Feb 12
1-0
Feb 12
1-0
Feb 19
0-0
Feb 26
1-0
1-0, 0-0
0-0
Feb 19
0-1
Feb 19
0-1
Feb 12
0-1
Feb 05
0-1
Feb 19
0-0
Feb 26
1-0
Feb 12
0-1
Feb 05
0-1
Feb 19
0-1
Feb 12
0-1
0-1, 0-0
0-1
Feb 19
0-0
Feb 26
1-0
Feb 12
0-1
Feb 05

Matches[edit]

Week 1[edit]
Week 1
February 6, 2019
CNPS 10 Shutdown
No Idea 01 AGN Blue
BlueC 01 GG
Athletico 10 DVS
Athletico 10 Shutdown
BlueC 10 DVS
GG 10 AGN Blue
No Idea 01 CNPS
Week 2[edit]
Week 2
February 13, 2019
Shutdown 10 No Idea
GG 10 CNPS
AGN Blue 10 DVS
BlueC 01 Athletico
Shutdown 01 BlueC
AGN Blue 01 Athletico
DVS 01 CNPS
GG 10 No Idea
Week 3[edit]
Week 3
February 20, 2019
Shutdown 01 GG
DVS 01 No Idea
CNPS 01 Athletico
AGN Blue - - BlueC
Shutdown 01 AGN Blue
CNPS - - BlueC
Athletico - - No Idea
DVS 01 GG
Week 4[edit]
Week 4
February 27, 2019
DVS - - Shutdown
Athletico - - GG
No Idea - - BlueC
CNPS - - AGN Blue
Athletico - - DVS
CNPS - - Shutdown
No Idea - - AGN Blue
BlueC - - GG
Week 5[edit]
Week 5
March 6, 2019
- -
- -
- -
- -
- -
- -
- -
- -
Week 6[edit]
Week 6
March 13, 2019
- -
- -
- -
- -
- -
- -
- -
- -
Week 7[edit]
Week 7
March 20, 2019
- -
- -
- -
- -
- -
- -
- -
- -

Finals Series[edit]

Semifinals
 
 
 
 
Finals
 
 

Addtional Content[edit]

Coverage[edit]

References[edit]

  1. Lets Play Live (2019-01-07). "LPL acquires Australian esports company CyberGamer". letsplay.live. Retrieved 2019-02-03.
  2. Asterix (2019-01-07). "2019 Roadmap Announcement". cybergamer.com. Retrieved 2019-02-03.
  3. JawsOCE (2019-01-16). "Dota Season 1 Announcement". twitter.com. Retrieved 2019-02-03.
  4. ShutdownESC (2019-02-03). "Shutdown ESC Announcement". twitter.com. Retrieved 2019-02-04.
  5. Genuine Gaming (2019-02-04). "Genuine Gaming Roster Announcement". twitter.com. Retrieved 2019-02-05.
  6. Athletico Esports (2019-02-11). "Athletico D2 Announcement". twitter.com. Retrieved 2019-02-11.