Pro League Season 9 - Asia Pacific: South Korea

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[e][h]Pro League Season 9 - Asia Pacific: South Korea
League Information
Series:
Organizer:
ESL
Ubisoft
Platform:
Game:
Type:
Online
Location:
South Korea South Korea
Teams:
8
Format:
Round-robin
Prize pool:
$9,000 USD
Start Date:
2019-01-??
End Date:
2019-03-??
Liquipedia Tier:
Maps
Bank • Border • Clubhouse • Consulate • Coastline • Oregon • Villa

Format[edit]

  • Round robin league: each team play each other once.
  • Bo2 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]

New Life
1South Korea TBD 
2South Korea TBD 
3South Korea TBD 
4South Korea TBD 
5South Korea TBD 
AsB
1South Korea TBD 
2South Korea TBD 
3South Korea TBD 
4South Korea TBD 
5South Korea TBD 
JCL
1South Korea TBD 
2South Korea TBD 
3South Korea TBD 
4South Korea TBD 
5South Korea TBD 
uR
1South Korea TBD 
2South Korea TBD 
3South Korea TBD 
4South Korea TBD 
5South Korea TBD 
Mad Dogs Gaming
1South Korea TBD 
2South Korea TBD 
3South Korea TBD 
4South Korea TBD 
5South Korea TBD 
Legacy
1South Korea TBD 
2South Korea TBD 
3South Korea TBD 
4South Korea TBD 
5South Korea TBD 
GangNam
1South Korea TBD 
2South Korea TBD 
3South Korea TBD 
4South Korea TBD 
5South Korea TBD 

For "News and Roster Changes" Click here.

1 October 22th - South Korea Nova Leaves New Life and joins mantis FPS, South Korea OniChan moves to a coaching role.[1]

References[edit]