2003 Neowiz Pmang Cup


[e][h]2003 Neowiz Pmang Cup Proleague
League Information
Series:
Organizer:
Sponsor:
Neowiz Pmang
Type:
Offline
Location:
South Korea South Korea
Format:
1v1 and 2v2
Start Date:
2003-10-11
End Date:
2004-02-29
Links
Winners
  Suma GO
Teams
Number of Teams:
8
Maps
Chronology

About[edit]

The Neowiz Pmang Cup OnGameNet Proleague is the second Proleague broadcasted by OnGameNet. Running from October 2003 to February 2004 the League features eight of the Korean Proteams.

Prize Pool[edit]

???,???,??? KRW (~US$???,???) is spread amongst the finalists as seen below:

Place Prize (KRW) Prize (USD)* Team
1st TBA TBA  Suma GO
2nd TBA TBA  Toona SG

*Converted prizes calculated on January 26, 2013 with a currency rate of 1,000 KRW = 0.929973 USD provided by http://www.xe.com/.

Tournament Information[edit]

Map Pool[edit]

The 2003 Neowiz Pmang Cup used 6 maps in total.

Four maps were played in the Qualifier:

2003 Neowiz Pmang Cup Qualifier Maps
Nostalgia Guillotine The Huntress Sin Gaema Gowon
Nostalgia Guillotine The Huntress Gaema Gowon

Four of the six maps were used solely in 1v1 play:

2003 Neowiz Pmang Cup 1v1 Maps
Another Day Guillotine Nostalgia Sin Gaema Gowon
No thumbnail available Guillotine Nostalgia Gaema Gowon

Two maps were used solely in 2v2 play:

2003 Neowiz Pmang Cup 2v2 Maps
The Huntress Vertigo
The Huntress Vertigo

Participating Teams[edit]

Participating Teams
Seeded from 2003 KTF EVER Cup Proleague
 Orion  Hanbit Stars  KTF MagicNs  Suma GO
Qualified Teams
 STX SouL  AMD Dream Team  KOR  Toona SG

Format[edit]

  • The season will be six months long, with 2 rounds + playoffs being played.
  • Rounds 1 and 2 will be best-of-three, with two 1v1 and one 2v2 match. All three games are played even if a team already has won 2 games. Playoffs will be best-of-five and the Grand Finals will be best-of-seven.
  • After Round 1, the top four teams advance to Round 2 where they will play each other for spots in the playoff.
  • The top 3 teams of Round 2 advance to the Playoffs
  • Another interesting quirk is the "permanent player" and "team captain" policy. The team captain and a designated player MUST play in at least one game each time the team has a match. Also, a single player is allowed to play twice, as long as he plays in a 1v1 and a 2v2.

Results[edit]

After Round 1[edit]

Round 1 Standings
1.  Hanbit Stars 6-1 14-7 +7
2.  STX SouL 5-2 13-8 +5
3.  Suma GO 4-3 13-8 +5
4.  Toona SG 4-3 11-10 +1
5.  KOR 3-4 10-11 -1
6.  KTF MagicNs 2-5 9-12 -3
7.  Orion 2-5 9-12 -3
8.  AMD Dream Team 1-6 5-16 -11


Hanbit Stars, Suma GO, Toona SG and SouL advance to Round 2.

After Round 2[edit]

Round 2 Standings
1.  Toona SG 2-1 6-3 +3
2.  Hanbit Stars 2-1 5-4 +1
3.  Suma GO 2-1 4-5 -1
4.  STX SouL 0-3 3-6 -3


Hanbit Stars, Suma GO, Toona SG advance to the Playoffs.

Playoffs Bracket[edit]

Bracket[edit]

Round 1
   Suma GO
3
Round 2
   Toona SG
1
   Suma GO
4

Suma GO defeat Toona SG in the Grand Finals and are the 2003 Neowiz Pmang Cup Champions.

Overall Standings[edit]

Overall Standings
1.  Hanbit Stars 8-2 19-11 +8
2.  Toona SG 6-4 17-13 +4
3.  Suma GO 6-4 17-13 +4
4.  STX SouL 5-5 16-14 +2
5.  KOR 4-3 10-11 -1
6.  KTF MagicNs 3-4 9-12 -3
7.  Orion 2-5 9-12 -3
8.  AMD Dream Team 1-6 5-16 -11

Times[edit]

The games were hosted live on OnGameNet. Two matches played every Saturday at 18:30 KST.

Awards[edit]

Season Awards
Finals MVP South Korea  Nal_rA
Most Wins South Korea  Goodfriend
Rookie Award South Korea  Goodfriend

Gallery[edit]

Openings[edit]

2003 Neowiz Pmang Cup

Music[edit]

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]