LPL ANZ Season 1 Qualifiers

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[e][h]LPL 2019 ANZ Championship Season 1 Qualifiers
League Information
Series:
LPL Challenger League
Organizer:
Version:
Type:
Online
Location:
Oceania Oceania
Format:
Round Robin and Playoffs
Start Date:
2019-02-03
End Date:
2019-02-03
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] For the open qualifiers, the top five teams by placement will secure their slot to the Season 1 Groupstage.

Format[edit]

  • Bo1 matches in a Double Elimination Bracket
  • The top six teams qualify for the Regular Season

Prizepool[edit]

Participating Teams[edit]

Blue Cactus
1Australia Woodymo 
2Australia tntdotaau 
3Australia Kourosive 
4Australia Andros 
5Australia spag 
No Idea
1New Zealand Zavier 
2Australia Hypeman 
3Australia Toolbelt 
4Australia Jesus 
5Australia Mgc 
Le Voyage
1Australia Nemeritz 
2Australia juice99 
3Australia Dalimagic 
4Australia Veii 
5Australia eveAZN 
Devious Dota
1Australia Scrotes 
2Australia HawkeyePierce 
3Australia NovaLau 
4Australia Kozi 
5Australia Muntzy 

Results[edit]

Round 1
No Idea
W
 
Internal Discord
W
Raging Apu
0
CNPS
W
 
 
Blue Cactus
W
AGN
W
 
Devious Dota
W
 
Le Voyage
1
Robbos Rangers
0
 
Turbo Apes
W
Quarterfinals
No Idea
1
Internal Discord
CNPS
1
Blue Cactus
0
AGN
1
Blue Cactus
0
Le Voyage
1
Turbo Apes
0
Semifinals
No Idea
CNPS
AGN
Le Voyage
Winners' Finals
 
 
Losers' Round 1
 
Raging Apu
W
 
 
 
 
Robbos Rangers
1
 
Losers' Round 2
Raging Apu
0
Turbo Apes
1
 
Devious Dota
1
 
Blue Cactus
1
Robbos Rangers
0
Internal Discord
1
Losers' Round 3
Turbo Apes
1
Devious Dota
0
Blue Cactus
1
Internal Discord
0
Losers' Round 4
Turbo Apes
 
Blue Cactus
 
Losers' Semifinals
 
 
Losers' Finals
 
 
Grand Finals
 
 

Addtional Content[edit]

Coverage[edit]

  • Australia


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.