2013 DreamHack Open: Bucharest
(≃ $26,881 USD)
DreamHack Open: Bucharest was the fourth stop on the 2013 DreamHack Open series of tournaments. The event was hosted by Sue "Smix" Lee and Sean "Day" Plott, broadcasted by Apollo & Artosis while Adebisi was be the main-stage observer. Once again, the tournament was also broadcasted in Sweden by the Swedish national broadcasting company, SVT, mostly on their web TV, but also in their official broadcast in time for the finals.
- Bucharest, Romania
- Sala Polivalenta
- Bucharest, Romania
175,000 SEK (~26,881.40 USD) and 3600 WCS Points are spread among the players as seen below:
Converted USD prizes are based on the currency exchange rate (taken from xe.com) on September 15, 2013: 1 SEK = 0.15361 USD.
Seeds to the Grand Finals
The top 4 players are seeded to the Grand Finals. INnoVation, MMA and Life qualified. The seed of TaeJa was played out in a 5th place decider, since TaeJa was already seeded for Dreamhack Winter. sOs earned that seed.
- 3 Group Stages
- The 32 competitors with the highest seed will begin their tournament in the second group stage.
- The other 64 competitors will compete in the first group stage.
- Round Robin Format.
- After the third group stage top 2 in each group advance to the playoffs.
- 16 player single-elimination bracket.
- The top 4 players will receive a seed to the Grand Finals at 2013 DreamHack Open: Winter in November.
These consolation matches were played for WCS points.
|Round of 96|
|Round of 64|
|Round of 32|
|Round of 16|
Streams & VODs
- Official Website
- Players announcement
- Live stream viewership statistics from fuzic.nl :
- Dreamhack (2013-09-12). "The hosts". Dreamhack.se. Retrieved 2013-09-12.
- SVT (2013-07-21). "SVT sänder direkt från Dreamhack Open i Bukarest". SVT.se. Retrieved 2013-09-12.
- Dreamhack (2013-09-05). "The players". Dreamhack.se. Retrieved 2013-09-05.
- Dreamhack (2013-09-10). "Updated list". Dreamhack.se. Retrieved 2013-09-10.
- Dreamhack (2013-09-13). "19 Steams". Dreamhack.se. Retrieved 2013-09-13.