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2013 WCS Season 1 Korea GSL: Up and Down Matches

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The 2013 WCS Season 1 Korea GSL Up & Down matches are preliminary matches in a 2013 WCS season where players who did not get eliminated previous season's Challenger League Bracket Stage decide their status for this season.

Participants[edit]

Protoss (9) Terran (11) Zerg (8)
2013 Season 1 Code A Ro32 Losers
StarTaleStarTale
South Korea Avenge
Quantic GamingQuantic Gaming
South Korea Center
CJ EntusCJ Entus
South Korea EffOrt
CJ EntusCJ Entus
South Korea Trust
SK Telecom T1SK Telecom T1
South Korea LabyRinth
Incredible MiracleIncredible Miracle
South Korea NesTea
PrimePrime
South Korea Creator
PrimePrime
South Korea Maru
Evil GeniusesEvil Geniuses
France Stephano
MVPMVP
South Korea Killer
CJ EntusCJ Entus
South Korea Bbyong
KT RolsterKT Rolster
South Korea Crazy
AxiomAxiom
South Korea Ryung
MVPMVP
South Korea Noblesse
SK Telecom T1SK Telecom T1
South Korea FanTaSy
MVPMVP
South Korea KeeN
2013 Season 1 Code A Ro24 Losers
Team LiquidTeam Liquid
South Korea HerO
PrimePrime
South Korea MarineKing
MVPMVP
South Korea Sniper
Incredible MiracleIncredible Miracle
South Korea YongHwa*
PrimePrime
South Korea ByuN
AZUBUAZUBU
South Korea BBoongBBoong
Woongjin StarsWoongjin Stars
South Korea Flying
South Korea aLive
SK Telecom T1SK Telecom T1
South Korea soO
MVPMVP
South Korea Lure
Samsung KHANSamsung KHAN
South Korea Shine
SK Telecom T1SK Telecom T1
South Korea Rain*
  • * South Korea  YongHwa forfeited his participation in the Up & Downs to compete in IEM.[1]
  • * South Korea  Rain did not participate in the Up & Downs because he was seeded into Code S.[2]

Format[edit]

  • 12 Challenger League Round of 24 Winners automatically advance to Code without going through the Up & Down Matches.
  • 16 Challenger League Round of 32 Losers + 12 Challenger League Round of 24 Losers = 28 players.
  • Players are divided into 3 groups of 6 and 2 groups of 5.
  • Each group's 1st and 2nd Place advance to Code .
  • The 3rd place player of each group will be placed into a Wild Card group and the top player of this group advances to Code .[3]
  • Tie breaker: If player A and player B have the same number of wins, but A has won over B in a previous game then A will be the winner. If a tie still exists, a rematch will be played.

Results[edit]

Group A[edit]

preview lrthread Interview Recap Group A
March 4, 2013 11:10 KST
1. South Korea  MarineKing 3-0
2. France  Stephano 2-1
3. South Korea  Lure 1-2
4. South Korea  Trust 0-3
-. South Korea  YongHwa[1] -

Group B[edit]

preview lrthread Interview Recap Group B
March 4, 2013 18:10 KST
1. South Korea  Creator 4-0
2. South Korea  Shine 3-2
3. South Korea  EffOrt 3-2
4. South Korea  Ryung 2-2
5. South Korea  Center 2-3
6. South Korea  Killer 0-5

Group C[edit]

preview lrthread Interview Recap Group C
March 5, 2013 13:10 KST
1. South Korea  Maru 3-1
2. South Korea  FanTaSy 3-1
3. South Korea  KeeN 2-2
4. South Korea  NesTea 2-2
5. South Korea  HerO 0-4

Group D[edit]

preview lrthread Interview Recap Group D
March 5, 2013 18:10 KST
1. South Korea  BBoongBBoong 6-2
2. South Korea  Crazy 6-2
3. South Korea  Noblesse 5-4
4. South Korea  Avenge 1-3
5. South Korea  LabyRinth 0-3
6. South Korea  aLive 0-4

Group E[edit]

preview lrthread Interview Group E
March 6, 2013 18:10 KST
1. South Korea  Flying 3-1
2. South Korea  soO 6-4
3. South Korea  Bbyong 5-5
4. South Korea  Sniper 4-6
5. South Korea  ByuN 1-3
-. South Korea  Rain[2] -

Wild Card[edit]

Wild Card
March 20, 2013 13:00 KST
1. South Korea  KeeN 3-1
2. South Korea  Bbyong 3-1
3. South Korea  Noblesse 2-2
4. South Korea  EffOrt 2-2
5. South Korea  Lure 0-4


Racial Distribution[edit]

Up & Down[edit]

  Protoss TerranZerg
Total
8118
To 
235

Code S[edit]

  Protoss TerranZerg
Before
4610
After
6915

Promotion/Demotion Overview[edit]

Code
South Korea  MarineKing () France  Stephano () South Korea  Creator () South Korea  Shine () South Korea  Maru ()
South Korea  FanTaSy () South Korea  BBoongBBoong () South Korea  Crazy () South Korea  Flying () South Korea  soO ()
Challenger League
South Korea  YongHwa () South Korea  Trust () South Korea  Lure () South Korea  Killer () South Korea  Ryung ()
South Korea  Center () South Korea  EffOrt () South Korea  NesTea () South Korea  KeeN () South Korea  HerO ()
South Korea  Noblesse () South Korea  Avenge () South Korea  LabyRinth () South Korea  aLive () South Korea  ByuN ()
South Korea  Sniper () South Korea  Bbyong ()

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