2007 Shinhan Bank Proleague Round 2
(≃ $84,486 USD)
The 2007 Shinhan Bank Proleague Round 2 is part of the third Teamleague broadcasted jointly by OnGameNet and MBCGame. This Proleague consists of two rounds in which twelve teams compete in a round-robin with the top four advancing to the Playoffs to determine the league winner. The league winner then takes on the league winner of Round 1 to determine the Grand Champion of the 2007 Proleague.
After sponsoring four OSLs this is the first Proleague season to be sponsored by Shinhan Bank.
The winner of each Round of the 2007 Shinhan Bank Proleague earns 80,000,000 KRW.
|Place||$ USD||₩ KRW||Team|
|1st||$84,486||₩ 80,000,000||Lecaf OZ|
(Converted USD prizes are based on the currency rate on Jan 27, 2008: 1 KRW ≃ 0.00106 USD.)
In total, the 2007 season used 8 maps. 6 of them were used solely in 1v1 play.
2 were only played in 2v2 play
|KTF MagicNs||SK Telecom T1||MBCGame HERO||STX SouL|
|WeMade FOX||CJ Entus||Hanbit Stars||Lecaf OZ|
|Samsung KHAN||Air Force ACE||OGN SPARKYZ||eSTRO|
Each round is a double round robin, which means that each team has to play two matches against every other team. Each match consists of up to five games: two 1v1s, one 2v2, another 1v1, and the Ace game. The first team to win three games takes the match.
A player may only be used for one 1v1 game or one 2v2 game per match. Should a match go to the fifth game (called the Ace match), both teams' coaches have to decide who will play in the game. They may use a player that has already played in the match again. This game determines the winner of the match, and the coaches' decisions are often the source of much dispute in the teamliquid community.
|10||SK Telecom T1||22||8||14||36.4%||-6||43-49|
|12||Air Force ACE||22||3||19||15.8%||-28||30-58|
Lecaf OZ, MBCGame Hero, CJ Entus and OGN Sparkyz advance to the playoffs.
|Round 1||Semifinals||Grand Finals|
Lecaf OZ defeat MBCGame Hero with a score of 4-2 and become the 2007 Shinhan Bank Proleague Round 2 Champions.
|Rookie of the Year||815|
- Teaser Intro
- Proleague Intro