Overwatch Contenders 2018 Season 3: Pacific

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[e][h]Overwatch Contenders 2018 Season 3: Pacific
League Information
Series:
Overwatch Contenders OWC
Organizer:
Game Version:
Server:
Southeast Asia Southeast Asia
Type:
Online/Offline
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]

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 10 0 2 $4,896
Hong Kong Attitude 9 1 2 $4,800
Xavier Esports 9 0 3 $4,704
GE Pantheon KR 7 0 5 $4,320
Cyclone Coupling 6 1 5 $4,224
Nova Esports 5 1 6 $4,032
New Paradigm 5 1 6 $4,032
We Are Eternal Gaming 5 1 6 $4,032
PHOENiX 4 1 7 $3,840
GrandXur 3 0 9 $3,552
LYNX TH 3 0 9 $3,552
GIANT Esports 3 0 9 $3,552
  • 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 E-Sports, LYNX TH and We Are Eternal Gaming.
6 After week 2, Thailand SUNSERIES joins Giant E-Sports.


Results[edit]

Standings

Group A
. Talon Esports 3-0 11-0-2 +9
. Xavier Esports 3-0 9-0-3 +6
. We Are Eternal Gaming 1-2 5-0-6 -1
. Nova Esports 1-2 5-0-7 -2
. GrandXur 1-2 4-0-9 -5
. LYNX TH 0-3 3-0-10 -7
Group B
1. Hong Kong Attitude 4-0 13-1-2 +11
. GE Pantheon KR 3-1 10-0-7 +3
. PHOENiX 2-2 8-1-7 +1
. Cyclone Coupling 2-2 8-1-8 0
. New Paradigm 1-3 5-1-10 -5
. GIANT Esports 0-4 3-0-13 -10
See all Regular Season match results here

Match Overview

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

Playoffs[edit]

Playoffs Results[edit]

Quarterfinals (Bo5)
 
TBD
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TBD
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Semifinals (Bo5)
 
TBD
TBD
 
 
TBD
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Grand Finals (Bo7)
 
TBD
TBD
 


Additional Data[edit]

Maps Played[edit]

Country Representation[edit]

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.