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2007 CJ SuperFight 4

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[e][h]2006 CJ SuperFight 4
League Information
Series:
CJ SuperFight
Organizer:
CJ Media
Sponsor(s):
CJ Media
Type:
Offline
Location:
South Korea South Korea
Format:
1v1
Prize Pool:
₩25,000,000 KRW
(≃ $26,922 USD)
Date:
2007-01-27
Liquipedia Tier:
Links
Participants
Number of Teams:
12
Maps
Chronology


Overview[edit]

The 2006-2007 CJ SuperFight was created by CJ Media (the sponsor behind CJ Entus) as a series of show matches. The series were broadcast live over a number of their channels: XTM (action movie channel), Xsports (sports), Mnet (music MTV-style); and internet streams: GOMTV (online streaming broadcasting) and Naver (internet portal broadcasting). CJ Media created elaborate introductions for players and featured lucrative prize pools, among the highest for a one-day event. Each broadcast also included First Person views of each participant and some matches branched into popular games aside from StarCraft.

The SuperFight show matches were held once approximately every month from October 2006 to May 2007. These show matches featured invited progamer with themes, such as New & Old and the Race Wars.

For SuperFight 4, a team format event, CJ Media invited all 11 progaming teams and the newly formed Air Force team, hoping to see BoxeR attend. This SuperFight was referred to as the "Ace Match tournament", based around the closing match in Proleague. As such, the players representing each team were not revealed until they were walking to the booth, providing an opportunity for surprise and gamesmanship.

Tournament Details[edit]

Prize Pool[edit]

Prize money was awarded to the top finishers per the below:[1][2][3][4]

Additionally, the MVP South Korea Zerg sAviOr was awarded ₩3,000,000, while ₩2,000,000 was awarded to the coach. Information concerning further cash prizes for other top finishers is not readily available.

Participants[edit]

Air Force ACEAir Force ACE Air Force ACE
CJ EntusCJ Entus CJ Entus
eSTROeSTRO eSTRO
Hanbit StarsHanbit Stars Hanbit Stars
KTF MagicNsKTF MagicNs KTF MagicNs
Lecaf OZLecaf OZ Lecaf OZ
MBCGame HEROMBCGame HERO MBCGame HERO
OnGameNet SPARKYZOnGameNet SPARKYZ OnGameNet SPARKYZ
Pantech EXPantech EX Pantech EX
Samsung KHANSamsung KHAN Samsung KHAN
SK Telecom T1SK Telecom T1 SK Telecom T1
STX SouLSTX SouL STX SouL

Format[edit]

The team bracket was single elimination with a best of one format.

Maps[edit]

Results[edit]

Round 1
Round 1
R1
Quarterfinals
Quarterfinals
Quarters
QF
Semifinals
Semifinals
Semis
SF
Grand Final
Grand Final
Final
GF
CJ EntusCJ EntusCJ
W
BYE
eSTROeSTROeSTRO
0
KTF MagicNsKTF MagicNsKTF
1
CJ EntusCJ EntusCJ
1
KTF MagicNsKTF MagicNsKTF
0
OnGameNet SPARKYZOnGameNet SPARKYZOGN
1
Pantech EXPantech EXPantech
0
MBCGame HEROMBCGame HEROMBC
W
BYE
OnGameNet SPARKYZOnGameNet SPARKYZOGN
0
MBCGame HEROMBCGame HEROMBC
1
CJ EntusCJ EntusCJ
1
MBCGame HEROMBCGame HEROMBC
0
SK Telecom T1SK Telecom T1SKT
W
BYE
BYE
Air Force ACEAir Force ACEACE
1
STX SouLSTX SouLSTX
0
SK Telecom T1SK Telecom T1SKT
1
Air Force ACEAir Force ACEACE
0
Lecaf OZLecaf OZOZ
0
Samsung KHANSamsung KHANKHAN
1
BYE
Hanbit StarsHanbit StarsStars
W
Samsung KHANSamsung KHANKHAN
1
Hanbit StarsHanbit StarsStars
0
SK Telecom T1SK Telecom T1SKT
1
Samsung KHANSamsung KHANKHAN
0
CJ EntusCJ EntusCJ
1
SK Telecom T1SK Telecom T1SKT
0


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