Overwatch Contenders 2018 Season 2: Korea

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[e][h]Overwatch Contenders 2018 Season 2: Korea
League Information
Series:
Overwatch Contenders OWC
Organizer:
Sponsor:
Game Version:
Type:
Offline
Location:
South Korea Seoul
Venue:
Sogang University Gymnasium
Format:
Trials (Promotion)
Season (Group Stage)
Playoffs
Prize pool:
$185,040 USD
Start Date:
2018-07-04
End Date:
2018-08-11
Number of Teams:
12
Liquipedia Tier:
Links
Chronology

Information[edit]

  • On June 26th 2018 the groups for Season 2 will be decided by the winner and runner up of Season 1, X6-Gaming and O2 Ardeont.[1]

Format[edit]

Map Pool[edit]

Regular Season
Map Rotation Available Maps For Season 2
Control Hybrid Assault Escort
1st set Control map

Nepal

Lijiang Tower

Oasis

Ilios

Numbani

Hollywood

Eichenwalde

King's Row

Blizzard World

Volskaya Industries

Temple of Anubis

Hanamura

Horizon Lunar Colony

Route 66

Dorado

Junkertown

Watchpoint: Gibraltar

Rialto

2nd set Hybrid map
3rd set Assault map
4th set Escort map
Tiebreaker Ilios

Broadcast Talent[edit]

Korean Broadcast[edit]

English Broadcast[edit]

Prize Pool[edit]

$185,040 is spread among the teams as seen below:

Playoff prize money
Place Prize
A11st $ 30,000
A22nd $ 12,450
A33 - 4th $ 7,575
A55 - 8th $ 4,350
Group Stage winnings
Team Maps Winnings
W D L
RunAway 16 0 4 $10,712
Team KongDoo Panthera 14 0 6 $10,198
Element Mystic 12 1 7 $9,812.5
MVP Space 12 1 7 $9,812.5
O2 Ardeont 12 0 8 $9,684
Meta Bellum 11 0 9 $9,427
GC Busan WAVE 11 0 9 $9,427
Seven 8 1 11 $8,784.5
X6-Gaming 8 0 12 $8,656
BlossoM 7 0 13 $8,399
World Game Star H2 4 0 16 $7,628
Foxes 3 1 16 $7,499.5
  • In addition to the Playoff prize money, teams will receive $587 USD for each Map win, $330 USD for each Map loss and $458.50 USD for each Map draw during the Regular Season. Tiebreaker maps do not award any prize money.

Participants[edit]

1 JuYoung rejoins World Game Star H2 as a coach.[2]
2 JINI joins Foxes.[3]
3 DAISY joins BlossoM.[4]
4 R3ALLY and Highly leave World Game Star H2.[5]

Results[edit]

Standings

Group A
1. Team KongDoo Panthera 5-0 15-0-6 +9
2. RunAway 4-1 17-0-5 +12
3. Meta Bellum 3-2 11-0-9 +2
4. X6-Gaming 2-3 9-0-12 -3
5. World Game Star H2 1-4 4-0-16 -12
6. BlossoM 0-5 7-0-15 -8
Group B
1. Element Mystic 4-1 13-1-7 +6
2. O2 Ardeont 4-1 13-0-8 +5
3. MVP Space 2-3 12-1-9 +3
4. GC Busan WAVE 2-3 12-0-11 +1
5. Seven 2-3 9-1-11 -2
6. Foxes 1-4 3-1-16 -13
See all Regular Season match results here

Match Overview

Show DuplicatesHide Duplicates
4-0
Jul 04
1-3
Jul 26
1-3
Jul 08
3-2
Jul 21
0-4
Jul 14
0-4
Jul 04
1-3
Jul 19
0-4
Jul 25
3-1
Jul 28
0-4
Jul 11
3-1
Jul 26
3-1
Jul 19
3-1
Jul 05
3-1
Jul 12
3-2
Jul 22
3-1
Jul 08
4-0
Jul 25
1-3
Jul 05
3-1
Jul 15
0-4
Jul 29
2-3
Jul 21
1-3
Jul 28
1-3
Jul 12
1-3
Jul 15
2-3
Jul 07
4-0
Jul 14
4-0
Jul 11
2-3
Jul 22
4-0
Jul 29
3-2
Jul 07
Show DuplicatesHide Duplicates
4-0
Jul 04
3-2
Jul 26
3-1
Jul 08
3-1
Jul 21
0-4
Jul 14
0-4
Jul 04
0-4
Jul 19
0-3
Jul 25
3-1
Jul 28
0-4
Jul 11
2-3
Jul 26
4-0
Jul 19
3-2
Jul 05
1-3
Jul 12
2-3
Jul 22
1-3
Jul 08
3-0
Jul 25
2-3
Jul 05
2-3
Jul 15
4-0
Jul 29
1-3
Jul 21
1-3
Jul 28
3-1
Jul 12
3-2
Jul 15
1-2
Jul 07
4-0
Jul 14
4-0
Jul 11
3-2
Jul 22
0-4
Jul 29
2-1
Jul 07

Playoffs[edit]

Playoffs Results[edit]

Quarterfinals (Bo5)
KongDoo Panthera
3
August 1, 2018 - 19:00 KST
GC Busan WAVE
0
O2 Ardeont
0
August 1, 2018 - 21:00 KST
Meta Bellum
3
MVP Space
1
August 2, 2018 - 19:00 KST
RunAway
3
X6-Gaming
2
Element Mystic
3
Semifinals (Bo5)
KongDoo Panthera
3
August 5, 2018 - 13:50 KST
Meta Bellum
1
RunAway
3
August 5, 2018 - 15:50 KST
Element Mystic
1
Grand Finals (Bo7)
KongDoo Panthera
3
RunAway
4


Additional Data[edit]

Maps Played[edit]

Country Representation[edit]

Overwatch Contenders Contenders 2018 Season 2 - South Korea Korea Overwatch Contenders
# Country/Region #P S1 Players
1 South Korea South Korea 93 +1 Ace, Adora, Alpha, AlphaYi, ANS, Arrow, Attune, B1U5H, Bazzi, BeBe, BiaNcA, Bumper, CCJ, ChangSik, Chara, ChoiSehwan, climax, CoMa, D3CAL, DACO, DayDream, DDing, Decay, dotori, Edison, envy, eVo, F4zE, Fielder, Fr3e, Fuze, Glister, GodsB, GodSeJung, Guard, Haksal, Happy, Highly, HOOMBABA, Hoon, Hooreg, Hyeonu, ILLICIT, ION, Ivy, Jecse, JeungMac, JINI, JJANGGU, JJANU, Just, Lastro, LIP, Luffy, MCD, Mika, Mineral, Na1st, Named, NoSmite, Oberon, Oparochi, Order, Peterpan, Pokpo, r0ar, R3ALLY, RaiN, Rapel, Revenge, Ria, Rio, Ritz, RoKi, SASIN, SeeYA, SeoMinSoo, SleepyBear, SLime, Stand1, Stellar, Stitch, Swoon, TTuba, Twilight, Undine, Viol2t, WonJaeLee, Xzi, Yaki, Yakpung, YOUNGJIN, ZEBAGMonster
Total 90


Additional Content[edit]

Streams[edit]

Language EngSpeaking South Korea
Stream

Videos[edit]

Interviews[edit]

External Links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. [1]
  2. World Game Star (2018-06-10). "JuYoung rejoins World Game Star H2 as a coach" (in South Korea Korean).
  3. Foxes (2018-07-10). "JINI joins from O2 Ardeont" (in South Korea Korean).
  4. BlossoM (2018-07-21). "DAISY joins" (in South Korea Korean).
  5. World Game Star H2 (2018-07-27). "R3ALLY and Highly leave World Game Star H2" (in South Korea Korean).