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30th Southeast Asian Games

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[e][h]30th Southeast Asian Games
League Information
Sponsor(s):
Type:
Offline
Location:
Philippines Manila
Venue:
Filoil Flying V Centre
Format:
1v1
Group Stage
Double-elimination Playoffs
Prize Pool:
Medals
Start Date:
2019-12-05
End Date:
2019-12-10
Liquipedia Tier:
Links
Player Breakdown
Number of Players:
12
4
4
4
Maps


The Southeast Asian Games, also known as the SEA Games, is a biennial multi-sport event involving participants from the current 11 countries of Southeast Asia. The games are under regulations of the Southeast Asian Games Federation with supervision by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and the Olympic Council of Asia.[1]

This edition is most notable for being the first edition to include esports such as StarCraft 2.[2]

Format[edit]

  • Group Stage:
    • Two groups of six players played out in round robin format.
    • All matches are Bo3.
    • First place in each group advances directly to the Winners' Finals.
    • Second place in each group advances directly to the Losers' Round 2.
    • Third and fourth place in each group advance to the Round of 8.
    • Points are awarded as follows:
      • 3 points for a 2-0 win.
      • 2 points for a 2-1 win.
      • 1 point for a 1-2 loss.
      • 0 points for a 0-2 loss.
  • Playoffs:
    • Double-elimination bracket of eight players.
    • All matches are Bo5.
    • Grand Finals is played in Bo7.

Map Pool[edit]

Casters, Hosts and Observer[edit]

Prize Pool[edit]

There is no prize pool for this event.

Participants[edit]

Protoss (4) Terran (4) Zerg (4)
ResurgenceResurgence
Singapore Blysk
Elite Indonesian StarCraftElite Indonesian StarCraft
Indonesia Deruziel
Blades of AiurBlades of Aiur
Vietnam Asura
Singapore Lobo
Thailand KomCorx
Liyab EsportsLiyab Esports
Philippines EnDerr
Elite Indonesian StarCraftElite Indonesian StarCraft
Indonesia Quantel
Msia ClanMsia Clan
Malaysia Nefarious
VietnamGameTVVietnamGameTV
Vietnam MeomaikA
M8HEXAM8HEXA
Malaysia Ranger
Alpha RedAlpha Red
Thailand StriKE
Philippines NUKS

Results[edit]

Group Stage[edit]

[edit]

Group A
December 05, 2019 - 14:00 PHT
1. Vietnam  MeomaikA 5-0 10-1 14
2. Singapore  Lobo 3-2 8-4 11
3. Malaysia  Ranger 4-1 8-4 10
4. Philippines  NUKS 2-3 5-8 5
5. Thailand  KomCorx 1-4 3-8 4
6. Indonesia  Deruziel 0-5 1-10 1

[edit]

Group B
December 05, 2019 - 15:30 PHT
1. Philippines  EnDerr 5-0 10-1 14
2. Indonesia  Quantel 4-1 8-4 10
3. Singapore  Blysk 3-2 7-6 8
4. Thailand  StriKE 2-3 6-7 7
5. Malaysia  Nefarious 1-4 5-9 5
6. Vietnam  Asura 0-5 1-10 1

Playoffs[edit]

Upper Bracket Final
Upper Bracket Final
Upper Final
UB Final
Grand Finals (Bo7)
VietnamMeomaikA
2
PhilippinesEnDerr
3
Lower Round 1
Lower Round 1
LB Round 1
LB R1
Lower Bracket Quarter-Finals
Lower Bracket Quarter-Finals
Lower Quarter-Finals
LB Quarter-Finals
LB QF
Lower Bracket Semi-Finals
Lower Bracket Semi-Finals
Lower Semi-Finals
LB Semi-Finals
LB SF
Lower Bracket Final
Lower Bracket Final
Lower Final
LB Final
SingaporeBlysk
3
PhilippinesNUKS
0
SingaporeLobo
1
SingaporeBlysk
3
MalaysiaRanger
3
ThailandStriKE
2
IndonesiaQuantel
1
MalaysiaRanger
3
SingaporeBlysk
3
MalaysiaRanger
0
VietnamMeomaikA
1
SingaporeBlysk
3
MeomaikA
Blysk
PhilippinesEnDerr
4
SingaporeBlysk
1

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