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AEF SEASON 4 TEST EXAMPLE

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[e][h]AEF SEASON 4 TEST EXAMPLE
League Information
Type:
Online
Location:
Australia Australia
New Zealand New Zealand
Dates:
Feb 5 - Apr 8, 2018
Teams:
8
Prize Pool:
$4,150 AUD
(≃ $3,182 USD)
Liquipedia Tier:
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Chronology


The AEF Dota 2 League an online league tournament organised by Australian eSports Federation returns for its fourth season with a total prize pool of 4,850 AUD for the Divisions 1 and 2 respectively, while the winner of Division 3 receives peripherals from AEF.

The fourth season of AEF Division 1 takes place on the 5th February 2018 and finishes on the 8th April, with the season splitting into two phases: Group stage and LAN Finals. The top four seedlings from the group stage would play in offline finals at a TBA location on the 7th and 8th April respectively on a double elimination format. This is the first time AEF has introduced offline finals.

The pointing system has also been reworked in this season.

A single game win in a series provides a point where a 2-1 win gives 2 points and a 1-2 loss gives 1 point. A 2-0 sweep provides 3 points.

Natural 9 is the current champions, winning last season's Division 1 finals.

Format[edit]

The format for Division 1 consists of two stages:

  • Phase 1: Group Stage
    • Weekly single round robin in a Bo3 series
    • The top four seedings would move into LAN Finals
    • Tiebreakers of Bo3 would be used if required
  • Phase 2: Lan Finals
    • The top four teams would play in a 4 team double elimination bracket
    • The finals series start on the 7th April at a TBD location
    • The top four seedings would be determined and the prize pool would be allocated from this

Broadcast Talent[edit]

  • Division 1 Casters:

Prizepool[edit]

Total prize pool for the tournament is $4150 AUD.

(Converted USD prizes are based on the currency rate on Apr 8, 2018: 1 AUD ≃ 0.7669 USD.)

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Division 1 has two phases: Groupstage and LAN Finals.

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LAN Finals[edit]

The LAN Finals are to be played in a TBD location on the 7th and 8th April.

Upper Bracket Round 1
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Relegation Battle[edit]

The 7th placed team or last placed team would play against the second-best team from Division 2 to fight for relegation. If the Division 1 win is victorious, it retains its position in Division 1, while a loss would mean the team would be relegated and the contending Division 2 team is promoted. However due to the volatility of roster changes, the relegation series may be withdrawn.

Round 1[edit]
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