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2005 Blizzcon Invitational

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[e][h]2005 Blizzcon Invitational
League Information
Series:
Type:
Offline
Location:
United States Anaheim
Format:
1v1
Prize Pool:
$13,000 USD
Start Date:
2005-10-28
End Date:
2005-10-29
Liquipedia Tier:
Links
Participants
Number of Players:
8
Protoss 4
Terran 2
Zerg 2
Maps
Chronology

Overview[edit]

The tournament was part of BlizzCon 2005, the first of its kind, which took place in the Anaheim Convention Center. In addition to the tournaments, Blizzard revealed their Project "World of Warcraft - The Burning Crusade", gave information about the (cancelled) "StarCraft: Ghost" and had a concert by The Offspring.

Tournament Information[edit]

Prize Pool[edit]

Invited Players[edit]

Protoss Protoss (3) Terran Terran (2) Zerg Zerg (2) Random Random (1)
Australia Legionnaire United States Assem Germany Mondragon Canada Testie
South Korea Nal_rA South Korea NaDa South Korea Yellow
South Korea Reach

Maps[edit]

Results[edit]

Upper Bracket Quarterfinals
Upper Bracket Quarterfinals
UB Quarterfinals
UBQF
Upper Bracket Semifinals
Upper Bracket Semifinals
UB Semifinals
UBSF
Upper Bracket Final
Upper Bracket Final
UB Final
UBF
Grand Final
Grand Final
Final
GF
Lower Bracket Round 1
Lower Bracket Round 1
LB Round 1
LBR1
Lower Bracket Quarterfinals
Lower Bracket Quarterfinals
LB Quarterfinals
LBQF
Lower Bracket Semifinal
Lower Bracket Semifinal
LB Semifinal
LBSF
Lower Bracket Final
Lower Bracket Final
LB Final
LBF

Notable games[edit]

Further reading[edit]

Trivia[edit]

According to Mondragon, a buggy version of Roads to Antiga Prime was used in his game against Reach, and upgraded reavers dealt 175 damage. Funnily he won that game, and it was the only game a foreigner won against Koreans.[1]

References[edit]

  1. [http://www.aceresport.com/en/mondragon_on_career.htm Mondragon Interview on Acer E-Sports