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2016 WCS Circuit: Spring Circuit Championship

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[e][h]2016 WCS Circuit: Spring Circuit Championship
League Information
Series:
Server:
Europe
Type:
Offline
Location:
France Tours
Venue:
Vinci Congress Center
Format:
1v1
Single-elimination bracket
Prize pool:
$150,000 USD
Start Date:
2016-05-14
End Date:
2016-05-16
Liquipedia tier:
Links
Player breakdown
Number of players:
32
11
7
14
Maps
Chronology


The 2016 WCS Spring Circuit Championship will take place in Tours, France, during DreamHack Open: Tours weekend.

The Spring Championship is the second of three Circuit Championships to take place during the 2016 World Championship Series Circuit, followed by the Summer Championship.

Format[edit]

Qualifiers[edit]

Main Event[edit]

  • 32 players in a single-elimination bracket
  • Round 32 to Semifinals are Bo5
  • Finals are Bo7

Talents[edit]

  • Observers
    • France FunKa (Alexandre Verrier)
    • France Koka (Thibault Le Gall)
  • French Commentator
    • TBD
  • Russian Commentators
  • Other Language Commentators

Prize Pool[edit]

The winner is awarded a WCS Global Playoffs seed. 150,000 USD and 11,000 WCS Circuit Points are spread among the players as seen below:

Participants[edit]

Protoss (11) Terran (7) Zerg (14)
Regional Challengers (8)
MilleniumMillenium
Germany ShoWTimE
Invictus GamingInvictus Gaming
China XY
EURONICS GamingEURONICS Gaming
Poland Nerchio
TingTing
United States Neeb
Nuovo GamingNuovo Gaming
Australia iaguz
Ørdo EquitumØrdo Equitum
Mexico Cham
United States puCK
yoe Flash Wolvesyoe Flash Wolves
Taiwan Has
EU Server Qualifiers (8)
CascadeCascade
Russia Strange
AT GamingAT Gaming
Netherlands uThermal
Team LiquidTeam Liquid
Spain VortiX
Team LiquidTeam Liquid
Denmark Bunny
Ukraine Bly
orKs eSportsorKs eSports
France Clem1
True eSportTrue eSport
Poland Guru
Russia Happy1
Sweden SortOf
NA Server Qualifiers (6)
Flipsid3 TacticsFlipsid3 Tactics
United States Bails
Team eLevateTeam eLevate
Canada MaSa
Canada Scarlett
Invictus GamingInvictus Gaming
China Jim
ROOT GamingROOT Gaming
Mexico JimRising
Invictus GamingInvictus Gaming
China iAsonu
France National Qualifiers (2)
MilleniumMillenium
France Lilbow
MilleniumMillenium
France MarineLorD
2
EURONICS GamingEURONICS Gaming
France FireCake
2016 WCS Standings Invites (8)
mYinsanitymYinsanity
France PtitDrogo
Team EnVyUsTeam EnVyUs
South Korea Polt
Team LiquidTeam Liquid
Norway Snute
Invasion eSportInvasion eSport
Netherlands Harstem
ROOT GamingROOT Gaming
South Korea Hydra
Evil GeniusesEvil Geniuses
Canada HuK
Team EnVyUsTeam EnVyUs
South Korea viOLet
True eSportTrue eSport
Poland Elazer

1 Initially, Clem won the qualifying spot. Due to age restrictions, though, Clem was retroactively disqualified and Miniraser and Happy played a deciding Bo3 for the qualifying spot, which Happy won 2-0.

2 MarineLorD was disqualified after an investigation into win-trading. The spot was awarded to FireCake, the next highest placing player in the France National Qualifiers.[1]

Results[edit]

Round of 32 (Bo5)
Round of 16 (Bo5)
Quarterfinals (Bo5)
Semifinals (Bo5)
Finals (Bo7)
NetherlandsuThermal
3
ChinaiAsonu
0
uThermal
iAsonu
South KoreaPolt
3
NetherlandsuThermal
0
TaiwanHas
3
RussiaHappy
1
Has
Happy
PolandElazer
3
ChinaXY
2
TaiwanHas
1
PolandElazer
3
Has
Elazer
South KoreaPolt
3
PolandElazer
1
PolandNerchio
3
SpainVortiX
0
Nerchio
VortiX
FranceFireCake
2
CanadaScarlett
3
FireCake
Scarlett
PolandNerchio
3
CanadaScarlett
1
United StatesNeeb
3
FranceLilbow
2
South KoreaHydra
3
United StatesBails
0
Hydra
Bails
PolandNerchio
3
United StatesNeeb
2
South KoreaPolt
0
PolandNerchio
3
NorwaySnute
1
PolandGuru
3
SwedenSortOf
2
GermanyShoWTimE
3
SortOf
ShoWTimE
PolandGuru
2
GermanyShoWTimE
3
South KoreaviOLet
3
MexicoJimRising
0
viOLet
JimRising
Australiaiaguz
1
South KoreaviOLet
3
GermanyShoWTimE
3
South KoreaviOLet
0
ShoWTimE
viOLet
FrancePtitDrogo
1
DenmarkBunny
3
PtitDrogo
Bunny
DenmarkBunny
1
CanadaMaSa
3
Bunny
MaSa
UkraineBly
0
MexicoCham
3
Bly
Cham
May 14, 2016 - 14:30UTC
NetherlandsHarstem
2
ChinaJim
3
MexicoCham
3
ChinaJim
1
CanadaMaSa
3
MexicoCham
1
GermanyShoWTimE
3
CanadaMaSa
0

Distribution[edit]

ProtossTerranZerg
Round of 32
11714
Round of 16
457
Quarterfinals
224
Semifinals
121
Finals
11
Champion
1
  Western Europe Eastern EuropeNorth AmericaLatin AmericaAsiaOceania
Round of 32
1066271
Round of 16
333151
Quarterfinals
12212
Semifinals
1111
Finals
11
Champion
1
  Western Europe Eastern EuropeNorth AmericaLatin AmericaAsiaOceania
Round of 32
Spain 1
Norway 1
Sweden 1
France 3
Germany 1
Netherlands 2
Denmark 1
Poland 3
Russia 2
Ukraine 1
United States 3
Canada 3
Mexico 2
Taiwan 1
China 3
South Korea 3
Australia 1
Round of 16
Germany 1
Netherlands 1
Denmark 1
Poland 3
United States 1
Canada 2
Mexico 1
Taiwan 1
China 1
South Korea 3
Australia 1
Quarterfinals
Germany 1
Poland 2
United States 1
Canada 1
Mexico 1
South Korea 2
Semifinals
Germany 1
Poland 1
Canada 1
South Korea 1
Finals
Germany 1
Poland 1
Champion
Germany 1

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Streams[edit]

VODs[edit]

Replays[edit]

External Links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. Blizzard Esports (April 15, 2016). wcs.battle.net. http://wcs.battle.net/sc2/en/articles/2016-wcs-challenger-spring-ruling.