2002 GhemTV Gosu Invitational


[e][h]2002 GhemTV Gosu Invitational
League Information
Series:
GhemTV
Organizer:
GhemTV
Type:
Offline
Location:
South Korea South Korea
Format:
1v1
Start Date:
2002-11-29
End Date:
2003-01-03
Liquipedia Tier:
Links
Winners
South Korea  TheMarine
South Korea  YellOw
Canada  Smuft
France  ElkY
Player Breakdown
Number of Players:
8
3
4
1
Maps
Chronology

Overview[edit]

2002 GhemTV Gosu Invitational was an invitational tournament held by GhemTV (predecessor to MBCGame) from November 2002 through January 2003. This smaller eight-player competition bridged the 2002 and 2003 GhemTV Starleagues, as Season 2 had just completed with Season 3 to immediately follow. Eight top players, including many of the participants from Seasons 1 and 2, such as South Korea  BoxeR,  Canada  Grrrr..., and  South Korea  YellOw participated in the tournament.


Prize Pool[edit]

Tournament Information[edit]

All the matches in the tournament were played as a best of three format as part of a single-elimination bracket.[1]

Participants[edit]

Protoss Protoss (3) Terran Terran (4) Zerg Zerg (1)
South Korea Reach South Korea BoxeR South Korea H.O.T-Forever
Canada Smuft France ElkY  —
Canada Grrrr... South Korea SSamJang  —
 — South Korea TheMarine  —

Maps[edit]

Desert Lost Temple New Remote Outpost Forest of Abyss
Desert Lost Temple New Tornado Forest of Abyss


Results[edit]

Quarterfinals
 South Korea TheMarine
2
TheMarine 
 Reach
 South Korea Reach
1
 Canada Smuft
2
Smuft 
 SSamJang
December 20, 2002
 South Korea SSamJang
0
 South Korea YellOw
2
YellOw 
 BoxeR
December 13, 2002
 South Korea BoxeR
0
 France ElkY
2
ElkY 
 Grrrr...
December 13, 2002
 Canada Grrrr...
0
Semifinals
 South Korea TheMarine
2
TheMarine 
 Smuft
 Canada Smuft
1
 South Korea YellOw
2
YellOw 
 ElkY
 France ElkY
1
Finals
 South Korea TheMarine
2
TheMarine 
 YellOw
 South Korea YellOw
1

Finals[edit]

South Korea  TheMarine defeated South Korea  YellOw in three games to win the tournament.

Racial Distribution[edit]

  Protoss TerranZergRandom
Quarterfinals
341
Semifinals
121
Finals
11
Winner
1

References[edit]