PVP Esports Championship

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[e][h]PVP Esports Championship
League Information
Organizer:
Sponsor:
Singtel
Razer
Version:
Type:
Offline
Location:
Singapore Singapore
Teams:
9
Format:
Group Stage
Single Elimination Playoffs
Prize Pool:
$200,000 USD
Start Date:
2018-10-03
End Date:
2018-10-07
Liquipedia Tier:
Links

The PVP Esports Championship is a multi-title league in Asia-Pacific launched by Singtel Group. With a prize pool of $200,000 USD, the PVP Esports Championship will be held in Singapore from October 5 to 7, 2018 at the Suntec Convention Centre.[1]

Format[edit]

  • Qualifier and invites
  • Stage 1: Group Stage
    • Bo1 round robin with the six qualified national teams.
    • Top three teams advance to the second stage.
    • The bottom three teams are eliminated.
      • Tiebreaker Rules
        • Each teams with the same score will play a head to head on Bo1. Teams with the most points qualifies to Stage 2.
        • If Tiebreakers are 1-1 between each teams, time rating implemented.
  • Stage 2: Playoff Group Stage
    • Two groups of three teams
    • Top two teams of each group advance to stage three.
    • The bottom team of each group are eliminated.
  • Stage 3: Playoff Single Elimination
    • Four teams from stage two play in a single-elimination bracket.
    • Semifinals are played in a Bo3, while the finals are played in a Bo5.

Broadcast Talent[edit]

The talent list for English and Bahasa Indonesia broadcast talent for PVP: Esports Championship

  • Host:
    • Netherlands Sheever (Jorien van der Heijden)
  • Reporters:
  • Casters:
    • Philippines Lon (Marlon Marcelo)
    • Philippines Dunoo (Aldrin Paulo Pangan)
    • Philippines Johnxfire (John Nathan Fernandez)
    • Philippines Quis (Marquis Tan)
  • Casters:
    • Indonesia Dejet (Dimas Surya Rizki)
    • Indonesia Oddie (Vinzent Indra)
    • Indonesia Pasta (Riantoro Yogi)

Prize Pool[edit]

$200,000 USD is spread among the teams as seen below.

Participants[edit]

PSG.LGD [2]
1China Ame 
2China Somnus丶M 
3China Chalice 
4China fy 
5Malaysia xNova 
CChina QQQ 
Team Secret [3]
1Poland Nisha 
2Malaysia MidOne 
3Sweden zai 
4Jordan YapzOr 
5Estonia Puppey 
CSouth Korea SunBhie 
Fnatic [4]
1South Korea MP 
2Philippines Abed 
3Singapore iceiceice 
4Philippines DJ 
5Thailand Jabz 
CSouth Korea DuBu 
1 SaveBuyBackPLZ renamed to KSY on the 15th September.

Stage 1: Group Stage[edit]

Standings[edit]

Standings
1. BOOM ID 5-0
2. Team Admiral 4-1
3. Signify 2-3
4. Resurgence 2-3
5. KSY 2-3
6. Hashtag?.DOTA 0-5

Tiebreakers[edit]

3rd - 4th Place
1. Signify 2-0
2. Resurgence 1-1
3. KSY 0-2

Matches[edit]

Day 1[edit]

Day 2[edit]

Tiebreakers[edit]

Stage 2: Playoff Group Stage[edit]

Group A[edit]

Standings
1. Fnatic 2-0
2. Team Secret 1-1
3. Signify 0-2

Group B[edit]

Standings
1. PSG.LGD 2-0
2. Team Admiral 1-1
3. BOOM ID 0-2

Stage 3: Single Elimination Playoffs[edit]

Semifinals
Fnatic
2
October 6, 2018 - 17:00 SGT
Winter Wyvern Bloodseeker Earth Spirit Broodmother Invoker
Undying Weaver Kunkka Pugna Morphling
34m40s
Io Gyrocopter Ancient Apparition Centaur Warrunner Puck
Necrophos Morphling Lich Clockwerk Vengeful Spirit
29m09s
Team Admiral
0
PSG.LGD
0
October 6, 2018 - 19:45 SGT
Io Necrophos Lion Arc Warden Bloodseeker
Morphling Earthshaker Crystal Maiden Enigma Monkey King
20m46s
Nyx Assassin Bane Pugna Luna Kunkka
Winter Wyvern Drow Ranger Undying Visage Lina
18m23s
Team Secret
2
Finals
Fnatic
2
October 7, 2018 - 16:00 SGT
Necrophos Nyx Assassin Phoenix Faceless Void Templar Assassin
Crystal Maiden Treant Protector Mirana Anti-Mage Dark Willow
35m31s
Necrophos Nyx Assassin Crystal Maiden Bloodseeker Invoker
Weaver Rubick Kunkka Morphling Axe
34m56s
Necrophos Rubick Winter Wyvern Broodmother Invoker
Weaver Earth Spirit Crystal Maiden Lina Pangolier
59m05s
Weaver Earth Spirit Crystal Maiden Invoker Necrophos
Winter Wyvern Monkey King Axe Mirana Huskar
35m37s
Earthshaker Phoenix Ursa Visage Underlord
Tiny Winter Wyvern Ogre Magi Venomancer Medusa
27m37s
Team Secret
3

Additional Content[edit]

Streams[edit]

References[edit]

  1. Sintel Group (2018-07-10). "Singtel Group Launches Asia-Pacific Esports League with Razer and other strategic partners". Retrieved 2018-08-10.
  2. PVP Esports (2018-09-02). "Announcing the arrival of PSG-LGD Gaming, the boys fresh out of the TI8 finals!". Facebook. Retrieved 2018-09-02.
  3. Team Secret (2018-09-09). "#SecretDota will be heading to Singapore for the upcoming @PVPEsports Championship!". twitter. Retrieved 2018-09-09.
  4. PVP Esports (2018-09-25). "The Dota 2 kings of Southeast Asia will be blessing Singapore's biggest esports event with their presence!". Facebook. Retrieved 2018-09-25.
  5. BOOM ID (2018-09-24). "Ayo dukung BOOM ID di PVP ESPORTS CHAMPIONSHIP". Instagram. Retrieved 2018-09-24.