Pro League Season 9 - Asia Pacific: South East Asia

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[e][h]Pro League Season 9 - Asia Pacific: South East Asia
League Information
Series:
Organizer:
ESL
Ubisoft
Platform:
Game:
Type:
Online
Location:
South East Asia Southeast Asia
Teams:
8
Format:
Round-robin
Prize pool:
$9,000 USD
Start Date:
2018-12-12
End Date:
2019-03-27
Liquipedia Tier:
Links
Maps
Bank • Border • Clubhouse • Consulate • Coastline • Oregon • Villa

Format[edit]

  • Round robin league: each team play each other once.
  • Bo1 matches.
    • New match format is being used: teams switch sides after 6 rounds and must win 7 with a 2-round advantage to win the map.
    • No overtime.
  • Lion banned.
  • Wins are worth 3 points, draws are worth 1 point.

Prize Pool[edit]

$9,000 USD are spread among the teams as seen below:

Participants[edit]

For "News and Roster Changes" Click here.

1 October 2nd - GOSU acquire Scrypt roster.[1]
2 October 16th - Singapore SpeakEasy leaves KlickBait Tactics and joins GOSU. United States FightiR and United States Mas also joins the roster as well as USA shinbagel. Indonesia Evou moves to a coaching role. Indonesia Quervo, Indonesia Kenody and Indonesia Berphy are dropped.[2]
3 November 24th - Singapore Reveck leaves Aerowolf.[3]
4 November 29th - Aerowolf picks up Singapore Xesoxs.[4]
5 Dreamers was supposed to play thanks to its second place in Challenger League last season and Klickbaits Tactics disbanded leaving two spots for Impetus Gaming and VOID eSports.
6 December 2nd - MBT acquire Impetus Gaming.[5]
7 22nd December - UNiTE Gaming becomes INTelligent YesTag.[6]
8 January 9th - China MentalistC is moved in Aerowolf's main roster, Singapore Xesoxs departs.[7]
9 January 16th - Due to some issue, GOSU disbands. Scrypt is reformed.[8]
10 February 11th - Indonesia Array leavesAerowolf.[9]
11 February 17th - Singapore SpeakEasy leaves Scrypt and joins Aerowolf.[10]
12 February 18th - Indonesia Array and Singapore Xesoxs joins Ferox E-Sports. Indonesia Rixx and Singapore Zetosin are removed from the lineup.[11]
13 March 17th - INTelligent YesTag is removed from the competition.[12] All their results are voided.[13]
14 March 20th - Team DAD1 is removed from the competition.[12] All their results are voided.[13]

Results[edit]

Standings[edit]

Regular Season
1. Xavier Esports 9-1-0 69-17 +52 28p
2. Aerowolf 5-1-4 52-43 +9 16p
3. Scrypt 5-0-5 49-49 0 15p
4. Generic Void eSports 3-1-6 42-60 -18 10p
5. Ferox E-Sports 3-1-6 45-59 -14 10p
6. MBT Impetus 3-0-7 33-62 -29 9p
7. Team DAD1 - -
7. INTelligent YesTag - -
See all upcoming and past matches here.

Match Overview[edit]

4-7
Jan 24
3-7
Mar 13
7-3
Jan 16
7-1
Mar 20
2-7
Mar 27
11-11
4-7, 7-4
5-14
3-7, 2-7
14-3
7-3, 7-0
14-2
7-1, 7-1
8-13
2-7, 6-6
4-7
Jan 24
7-4
Jan 23
3-7
Mar 21
4-7
Mar 14
3-7
Jan 30
11-11
4-7, 7-4
10-11
7-4, 3-7
10-10
3-7, 7-3
10-13
4-7, 6-6
4-14
3-7, 1-7
7-2
Mar 13
7-3
Jan 23
7-2
Jan 31
3-7
Mar 27
0-7
Mar 20
14-5
7-2, 7-3
11-10
7-3, 4-7
14-6
7-2, 7-4
8-14
3-7, 5-7
2-14
0-7, 2-7
0-7
Jan 16
3-7
Mar 21
4-7
Jan 31
7-5
Jan 25
0-7
Jan 18
3-14
0-7, 3-7
10-10
3-7, 7-3
6-14
4-7, 2-7
14-10
7-5, 7-5
0-14
0-7, 0-7
1-7
Mar 20
6-6
Mar 14
7-5
Mar 27
5-7
Jan 25
1-7
Jan 16
2-14
1-7, 1-7
13-10
6-6, 7-4
14-8
7-5, 7-3
10-14
5-7, 5-7
3-14
1-7, 2-7
6-6
Mar 27
7-1
Jan 30
7-2
Mar 20
7-0
Jan 18
7-2
Jan 16
13-8
6-6, 7-2
14-4
7-1, 7-3
14-2
7-2, 7-0
14-0
7-0, 7-0
14-3
7-2, 7-1


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