2005 European Samsung Championship

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[e][h]ESC 2005
League Information
Organizer:
Type:
Offline
Location:
Germany Germany
Format:
1v1
Prize pool:
€10,000
Start Date:
2005-03-10
End Date:
2005-03-13
Links
Winners
Germany  Mondragon
Russia  Androide
Spain  ALFA
Player Breakdown
Number of Players:
16
6
3
6
Maps

General Information[edit]

The European Samsung Championship was hosted by WCG Europe in 2005 and took place at CeBIT in Hannover. It had a prize pool of 10.000€. The general idea was to create a spin off of WCG Finals and in theory should only feature the European scene, although a Korean was invited, who eventually didn't show up. ESC 2005 was the only tournament of that kind for StarCraft: Brood War. Qualifiers for every country were held.

Prize Pool[edit]

10,000 €(~ $13,470) were spread among the top players:

Place Prize Prize (USD) ID
1st 5,000 € ~ $6,735 Germany  Mondragon
2nd 3,000 € ~ $4,041 Russia  Androide
3rd 2,000 € ~ $2,694 Spain  ALFA

Brackets[edit]

Round of 16
 Germany Mondragon
2
 Sweden TreK
0
 Romania Shaman
2
 Austria Brain
0
 Slovakia BlizzY
0
 Hungary Gorky
2
 Bulgaria Christian
1
 Russia Androide
2
 Czech Republic DestroyeR
2
 South Korea Icanus
0
 Uzbekistan Masca
0
 Poland Kazio
2
 Spain ALFA
2
 Netherlands Twisted
0
 Switzerland Rushy
0
 Slovakia vanilica
2
Quarterfinals
 Germany Mondragon
2
 Romania Shaman
1
 Hungary Gorky
2
 Russia Androide
1
 Czech Republic Destroyer
2
 Poland Kazio
0
 Spain ALFA
2
 Slovakia vanilica
1
Semifinals
 Germany Mondragon
2
 Hungary Gorky
1
 Czech Republic Destroyer
1
 Spain ALFA
2
Winners' Finals
 Germany Mondragon
2
 Spain ALFA
1
Losers' Round 1
 Sweden TreK
2
 Austria Brain
0
 Slovakia Blizzy
0
 Hungary Christian
2
 Netherlands Twisted
2
 Switzerland Rushy
0
 South Korea Icanus
0
 Uzbekistan Maska
2
Losers' Round 2
 Slovakia vanilica
0
 Sweden TreK
2
 Poland Kazio
0
 Bulgaria Christian
2
 Russia Androide
2
 Uzbekistan Maska
0
 Romania Shaman
2
 Netherlands Twisted
0
Losers' Round 3
 Sweden TreK
1
 Bulgaria Christian
2
 Russia Androide
2
 Romania Shaman
0
Losers' Round 4
 Poland Gorky
0
 Bulgaria Christian
2
 Czech Republic Destroyer
0
 Russia Androide
2
Losers' Semifinals
 Bulgaria Christian
0
 Russia Androide
2
Losers' Finals
 Spain ALFA
0
 Russia Androide
2
Grand Finals
 Germany Mondragon
3
 Russia Androide
0

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