Overwatch Contenders 2018 Season 3: Pacific

From Liquipedia Overwatch Wiki
[e][h]Overwatch Contenders 2018 Season 3: Pacific
League Information
Series:
Overwatch Contenders OWC
Organizer:
Game Version:
Server:
Southeast Asia Southeast Asia
Type:
Online
Format:
Trials (Promotion)
Season (Group Stage)
Playoffs
Prize pool:
$138,810 USD
Start Date:
2018-11-22
End Date:
2019-01-18
Number of Teams:
12
Liquipedia Tier:
Links
Chronology

Information[edit]

Format[edit]

Map Pool[edit]

Regular Season
Map Rotation Available Maps For Season 3
Control Hybrid Assault Escort
1st set Control map
2nd set Hybrid map
3rd set Assault map
4th set Escort map
Tiebreaker Bo3 Match on Nepal

Broadcast Talent[edit]

Mandarin Broadcast[edit]

English Broadcast[edit]

  • Commentators:
    • New Zealand AVRL (Kevin Walker)
    • New Zealand Pixie (Matt Carroll)

Thai Broadcast[edit]

Prize Pool[edit]

$138,810 is spread among the teams as seen below:

Playoff prize money
Place Prize
A11st $ 22,500
A22nd $ 9,338
A33 - 4th $ 5,680
A55 - 8th $ 3,263
Group Stage winnings
Team Maps Winnings
W D L
Talon Esports 18 0 2 $8,416
Hong Kong Attitude 15 1 4 $7,936
Nova Esports 12 2 6 $7,456
PHOENiX 12 1 7 $7,360
Xavier Esports 12 0 8 $7,264
GE Pantheon KR 12 0 8 $7,264
Cyclone Coupling 10 1 9 $6,976
New Paradigm 6 1 13 $6,208
We Are Eternal Gaming 6 1 13 $6,208
GrandXur 6 0 14 $6,112
LYNX TH 4 1 15 $5,824
GIANT Esports 3 0 17 $5,536
  • In addition to the Playoff prize money, teams will receive $440 USD for each Map win, $248 USD for each Map loss and $344 USD for each Map draw during the Regular Season. Tiebreaker maps do not award any prize money.

Participants[edit]

1 EXL-Esports disbands their roster.[1]
2 Blank Esports purchases a spot in Australian Contenders S3 Trials, leaving Pacific Contenders. The replacement team is unknown.
3 EXL-Esports announce that they will retain their pacific contenders spot under the name of PHOENiX.[2]
4 We Love Gaming KR have bought Monster Shield KR's spot.[3]
5 Through the official Contenders website, CYCLOPS athlete gaming, Machi Esports, We Love Gaming KR and Blank Esports are revealed to be replaced by Cyclone Coupling, GIANT Esports, LYNX TH and We Are Eternal Gaming.
6 After week 2, Thailand SUNSERIES joins GIANT Esports and South Korea SYC from GE Pantheon KR renames to Sakura.
7 After week 4, South Korea HEOJUNHO joins PHOENiX.
8 After group stages, China Ely joins Cyclone Coupling.


Results[edit]

Standings

Group A
1. Talon Esports 5-0 19-0-2 +17
2. Xavier Esports 4-1 12-0-8 +4
3. Nova Esports 3-2 12-2-7 +5
4. GrandXur 2-3 7-0-14 -7
5. We Are Eternal Gaming 1-4 6-1-13 -7
6. LYNX TH 0-5 4-1-16 -12
Group B
1. Hong Kong Attitude 4-1 15-1-5 +10
2. GE Pantheon KR 4-1 13-0-8 +5
3. PHOENiX 3-2 12-1-7 +5
4. Cyclone Coupling 3-2 11-1-10 +1
5. New Paradigm 1-4 6-1-13 -7
6. GIANT Esports 0-5 3-0-17 -14
See all Regular Season match results here

Match Overview

Show DuplicatesHide Duplicates
3-2
Nov 22
4-0
Nov 30
4-0
Dec 13
4-0
Dec 20
4-0
Dec 06
2-3
Nov 22
3-0
Dec 20
2-1
Nov 30
1-3
Dec 06
4-0
Dec 13
0-4
Nov 30
0-3
Dec 20
1-3
Dec 06
1-3
Dec 13
2-3
Nov 22
0-4
Dec 13
1-2
Nov 30
3-1
Dec 06
1-3
Nov 22
1-3
Dec 20
0-4
Dec 20
3-1
Dec 06
3-1
Dec 13
3-1
Nov 22
3-1
Nov 30
0-4
Dec 06
0-4
Dec 13
3-2
Nov 22
3-1
Dec 20
1-3
Nov 30
Show DuplicatesHide Duplicates
1-3
Nov 23
2-1
Dec 07
3-2
Dec 21
3-1
Nov 29
2-3
Dec 11
3-1
Nov 23
4-0
Dec 11
0-3
Dec 07
4-0
Dec 21
1-3
Nov 29
1-2
Dec 07
0-4
Dec 11
1-3
Nov 29
3-1
Nov 23
1-3
Dec 21
2-3
Dec 21
3-0
Dec 07
3-1
Nov 29
4-0
Dec 11
3-1
Nov 23
1-3
Nov 29
0-4
Dec 21
1-3
Nov 23
0-4
Dec 11
1-3
Dec 07
3-2
Dec 11
3-1
Nov 29
3-1
Dec 21
1-3
Nov 23
3-1
Dec 07

Playoffs[edit]

Playoffs Results[edit]

Quarterfinals (Bo5)
Talon Esports
2
January 10, 2019 - 19:00 TST
Cyclone Coupling
3
GE Pantheon KR
2
January 10, 2019 - 20:30 TST
Nova Esports
3
Xavier Esports
0
January 11, 2019 - 20:30 TST
PHOENiX
3
Hong Kong Attitude
3
January 11, 2019 - 19:00 TST
GrandXur
0
Semifinals (Bo5)
Cyclone Coupling
2
January 17, 2019 - 19:00 TST
Nova Esports
3
PHOENiX
0
January 17, 2019 - 20:30 TST
Hong Kong Attitude
3
Grand Finals (Bo7)
Nova Esports
1
January 18, 2019 - 19:00 TST
Hong Kong Attitude
4


Additional Data[edit]

Maps Played[edit]

Country Representation[edit]

Overwatch Contenders Contenders 2018 Season 2 - :Category:South East Asia Pacific Overwatch Contenders
# Country/Region #P Players
1 South Korea South Korea 46 A1S3N, AMGYO, Aquila, aWeek, Backwall, Baksa, BLUEBERRY, Charm, Chiels, Dreamer, E1ND, FRoPPy, Frost, Gogora, GRACE, Hamzzi, Haru, Heimish, HEOJUNHO, Hugo, iLSeuBi, InHyeok, Jasmine, Junwoo, K4RNA, Kadalis, Malon, Medic, Melon, PaeSeul, Papiyong, PERFACT, Persia, Pouwoo, Ref, Sakura, Silvercoin, Spanic, Teto, TYG, Unkn0wn, V1LLAINY0, V2NDTTA, Victorious, vKei, Water
2 Thailand Thailand 23 Bello, BOOMBURAPA, Bozo, Goddess, Khaimookz, mush2oom, NutsuruSama, Olivier, Pannys, Patiphan, pichu, QueEn, Rocket, Rodtunglnw, SADISTIC, SaiyajinGOD, Sqxz09615555, SUNSERIES, tae, Teetawat, Thitikorn, THK, zobi
3 Taiwan Taiwan 9 ATing, BLUE, Craz1S, CQB, NeXus, OYO, Restya, ShaiuLin, WON
4 China China 8 Cyberpunk, Ely, Eternal, GCGG, Jecky, Redfox, X69, YangYang
5 Hong Kong Hong Kong 1 ManGoJai
5 Singapore Singapore 1 Show
5 USA United States 1 Kephrii
Total 88

Additional Content[edit]

Streams[edit]

Language EngSpeaking Taiwan Thailand South Korea
Stream

Videos[edit]

Interviews[edit]

External Links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. EXL (2018-09-29). "EXL disbands" (in South Korea Korean).
  2. EXL (2018-10-15). "안녕하세요 EXL ESPORTS 입니다. '퍼시픽컨덴더스'에 관한 소식입니다." (in South Korea Korean).
  3. "We Were Best And We Will Best" (in South Korea Korean). Facebook. 2018-10-07.