2003 LifeZone KPGA Team League
(≃ $39,228 USD)
The LifeZone KPGA Team League was the second Team League and it was broadcasted by MBCGame from August to October in 2003. Greatest Ones ended up winning their second consecutive Team League. The finals venue was Ocean Hall, Sejong University, Seoul.
45,000,000 KRW is spread amongst the finalists as seen below:
|Place||$ USD||₩ KRW||Team|
|1st||$13,076||₩ 15,000,000||Suma GO|
|2nd||$8,717||₩ 10,000,000||Hanbit Stars|
|3rd||$5,230||₩ 6,000,000||KTEC Plus|
|4th||$3,487||₩ 4,000,000||STX SouL|
|5th-8th||$1,743||₩ 2,000,000||AMD Dream Team|
|Pirates of Space|
|9th-10th||$872||₩ 1,000,000||Samsung KHAN|
(Converted USD prizes are based on the currency rate on Oct 11, 2003: 1 KRW ≃ 0.00087 USD.)
Six Maps were used in the 2003 Life KPGA Team League Four of the maps were used in the Qualifiers, two of them exclusive so:
Four of the maps played in the Team League, two of them exclusive so:
|Seeded from 2003 KeMongSa KPGA Team League|
|Greatest Ones(1)||STX SouL|
|KOR||AMD Dream Team|
|Hanbit Stars||KTEC Plus|
|KTF MagicNs||Pirates of Space|
(1) Changed name to SUMA GO later in the tournament.
- Introduction of the all-kill format (winner stays).
- Two teams seeded from the previous season. The other eight teams (Toona SG not included) fight for the other six spots.
- The main tournament format is single elimination, Best-of-seven matches.
- Some exhibition matches were played during the season and an all-stars game at the end.
|Toona SG||0||4||Pirates of Space|
|30 September 2003|
The games were hosted live on MBCGame, one match played every Tuesday.