RaidCall Dota 2 League Season 1

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[e][h]RaidCall Dota 2 League Season 1
League Information
Series:
Organizer:
Type:
Online
Location:
World Online
Teams:
8
Prize Pool:
$ 10,000 USD
Start Date:
2012-09-10
End Date:
2012-11-18
Dota TV Ticket:
Liquipedia Tier:
Links
Teams
Empire • Skåne • EG • mouz • WhA • Fnatic • Dignitas • Quantic

Overview[edit]

The RaidCall Dota 2 League is a seven-week long online league run by the team Evil Geniuses featuring eight of the best Dota 2 teams. The first season started Monday, September 10. On September 13, the organizers issued a postponement in the tournament due to roster instability of several teams.[1]

Tournament Format[edit]

The first season of the RaidCall Dota 2 League features eight invited Dota 2 teams competing for a portion of the $10,000 prize pool. Each team will play a different team every week, eventually having played everyone once. The top four teams of the round-robin stage advance to battle it out in double-elimination playoffs. All matches are best-of-three.

Prize Pool[edit]

A total prize pool of $10,000 is spread among teams as follows:


Invited Teams[edit]

Team Empire 4
1Russia blowyourbrain 
2Russia Scandal 
3Ukraine Funn1k 
4Ukraine Goblak 
5Russia Silent 
Pulse eSports 3, 5
1Sweden Wagamama 
2Sweden Mini 
3Sweden Reesion 
4Sweden PiNoY 
5Sweden Fishbone 
Evil Geniuses
1USA Fear 
2Canada Jeyo 
3USA DeMoN 
4Denmark Maelk 
5USA Bdiz 
Team Zero 6
1Germany Black^ 
2Netherlands SingSing 
3Netherlands SexyBamboe 
4Germany KuroKy 
5Germany Alex 
Fnatic 1
1Sweden Era 
2Germany H4nn1 
3Finland Trixi 
4Denmark N0tail 
5Israel Fly 
We haz Asian 2
1Denmark unicornxoxo 
2Germany FATA- 
3Germany Crydasia 
4Germany RMC 
5Denmark hiphopNOTpop 
Quantic Gaming
1USA Korok 
2USA Brax 
3USA UNiVeRsE 
4Canada 1437 
5Canada PAINTITGOLD 

1 mTw was replaced by Fnatic on September 10th.
2 Natus Vincere was replaced by We haz Asian on September 12.
3 compLexity was replaced by Skånes Elit on September 17th.
4 Counter Logic Gaming was replaced by Team Empire on October 10.
5 Skånes Elit was signed by Pulse eSports on October 18th.[2]
6 mousesports dropped their team on October 16th[3] ; however, they kept playing together under the name Team Zero.

Full team rosters are available here.

Results[edit]

League Play[edit]

League Standings
1. Evil Geniuses 7-0
2. Team Empire 5-2
3. Team Dignitas 4-3
4. Team Zero 3-4
5. Pulse eSports 3-4
6. Fnatic.EU 3-4
7. Quantic Gaming 2-5
8. We haz Asian 1-6
For detailed match results Click Here

 Zero advances over Fnatic.EU and Pulse due to better map score.

Playoffs[edit]

Semifinals
Evil Geniuses
2
Team Zero
1
Team Empire
2
Team Dignitas
1
Winners' Finals
Evil Geniuses
0
Team Empire
2
Losers' Round 1
Team Zero
0
Team Dignitas
2
Losers' Finals
Evil Geniuses
2
Team Dignitas
1
Grand Finals
Team Empire
3
Evil Geniuses
1

All matches up until the Grand Finals are played Bo3 and the Grand Final is Bo5.

Streams[edit]

Live[edit]

Every team will play once a week resulting in four best-of-three matches a week, daily from Monday to Thursday, casted by Ayesee and Draskyl on OneMoreGameTV. The Finals Weekend is a live studio-produced broadcast. All tournament matches as well as replays are also available on DotaTV.


External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. http://www.teamliquid.net/forum/viewmessage.php?topic_id=368545
  2. Sovann "Skim1" Kim (2012-10-18). "Skånes Elit picked up by Pulse Esports". GosuGamers. Retrieved 2013-04-15.
  3. Sovann "Skim" Kim (2012-10-17). "GD Studio steps in to send mouz to Kiev". GosuGamers. Retrieved 2013-10-23.