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ASUS ROG NorthCon 2013

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[e][h]ASUS ROG NorthCon 2013
League Information
Series:
Organizer:
NorthCon
Sponsor(s):
Server:
Europe
Type:
Offline
Location:
Germany Neumünster
Format:
1v1, Group Stage,
Single-elimination Bracket
Prize pool:
$25,000 USD
Start Date:
2013-12-06
End Date:
2013-12-07
Liquipedia tier:
Links
Player breakdown
Number of players:
16
Protoss 6
Terran 5
Zerg 5
Maps
Chronology

This is the first big ASUS ROG tournament for StarCraft II being held outside of Assembly and Finland. The event will be held between the 6th and 7th of December 2013 during NorthCon, the largest LAN event in Germany, at the Holstenhallen Neumünster in Neumünster, Schleswig-Holstein. The event will feature a $25,000 prizepool, with 16 players competing, 13 of which are invited, two qualify through The BCON Clash 2, and a final offline qualifier will be held at NorthCon itself.

Featuring[edit]

Players[edit]

South Korea Zerg JaedongEvil GeniusesEvil Geniuses
 Lee Jae Dong
South Korea Zerg LifeStarTaleStarTale
 Lee Seung Hyun
Spain Zerg VortiXmousesportsmousesports
 Juan Moreno Durán
Spain Terran LucifroNmousesportsmousesports
 Pedro Moreno Durán
South Korea Terran jjakjimYinsanitymYinsanity
 Jung Ji Hoon
South Korea Terran INnoVationTeam AcerTeam Acer
 Lee Shin Hyung
South Korea Terran MMATeam AcerTeam Acer
 Mun Seong Won
Canada Zerg ScarlettTeam AcerTeam Acer
 Sasha Hostyn
Poland Zerg NerchioTeam AcerTeam Acer
 Artur Bloch
South Korea Protoss Sanyoe Flash Wolvesyoe Flash Wolves
 Kang Cho Won
South Korea Protoss StarDustmYinsanitymYinsanity
 Son Seok Hee
Finland Protoss elfiEnce eSportsEnce eSports
 Samuli Sihvonen
Finland Protoss WelmuNewRoSoftNewRoSoft
 Vesa Hovinen
Germany Protoss HasuObsmousesportsmousesports
 Dennis Schneider
Germany Protoss SockeTeam ALTERNATETeam ALTERNATE
 Giacomo Thüs

Casters and Hosts[edit]

Germany TaKe
Dennis Gehlen
Host
Germany Khaldor
Thomas Kilian
Caster
Netherlands Grubby
Manuel Schenkhuizen
Caster
France FunKa
Alexandre Verrier
Observer
  • Host
    • Germany TaKe (Dennis Gehlen)
  • Observer
    • France FunKa (Alexandre Verrier)
  • Commentators
  • Community Commentators
    • Poland Emil (Emil Wieczorek)
    • Germany Mori (Maurice Lange)

Overview[edit]

Prize Pool[edit]

$25,000 USD is divided among participants as follows:

Format[edit]

  • The tournament will feature one group stage with GSL style double-elimination groups and single-elimination playoffs.
  • Group stage:
  • The 4 players of each group are split into two pairs and play each other in best of 5 matches.
  • The winners of these matches will then face each other in the Winner’s match.
  • The victor places first in the group and advances to the next round.
  • The losers of the initial matches face each other in the Loser’s match.
  • The loser places fourth in the group, will drop out of the tournament.
  • The loser of the Winner’s match and the winner of the Loser’s match will face each other in a fifth match.
  • The winner gets second place in the group and advances to the next round.
  • The loser places third in the group and will drop out of the tournament.
  • Playoffs:
  • The eight remaining players will be put in a single-elimination bracket.
  • All matches are best-of-5 except the final which is a best-of-7.

Participants[edit]

Protoss (6) Terran (5) Zerg (5)
Invited (13)
Ence eSportsEnce eSports
Finland elfi
mousesportsmousesports
Spain LucifroN
Evil GeniusesEvil Geniuses
South Korea Jaedong
mYinsanitymYinsanity
South Korea StarDust *
Team AcerTeam Acer
South Korea INnoVation
mousesportsmousesports
Spain VortiX
yoe Flash Wolvesyoe Flash Wolves
South Korea San
Team AcerTeam Acer
South Korea MMA
Team AcerTeam Acer
Poland Nerchio
NewRoSoftNewRoSoft
Finland Welmu
mYinsanitymYinsanity
South Korea jjakji
Team AcerTeam Acer
Canada Scarlett
StarTaleStarTale
South Korea Life
Qualifed (3)
mousesportsmousesports
Germany HasuObs
Germany Wulfen
Team ALTERNATETeam ALTERNATE
Germany Socke

* NaNiwa cancelled his participation and was replaced by StarDust.

Results[edit]

Group Stage[edit]

Group A[edit]

lrthread Group A
December 6, 2013, 12:00 CET
1. South Korea Zerg Life 2-0 6-4
2. South Korea Terran INnoVation 2-1 8-3
3. Finland Protoss Welmu 1-2 5-6
4. Germany Terran Wulfen 0-2 0-6
Group A Matches
TerranINnoVation
2
3
ZergLife
TerranINnoVation
3
0
TerranWulfen

Group B[edit]

lrthread Group B
December 6, 2013, 14:15 CET
1. South Korea Zerg Jaedong 2-0 6-3
2. South Korea Protoss StarDust 2-1 7-4
3. Poland Zerg Nerchio 1-2 5-7
4. Germany Protoss HasuObs 0-2 2-6
Group B Matches
ProtossStarDust
3
1
ProtossHasuObs
ProtossStarDust
ProtossHasuObs
ZergNerchio
0
3
ProtossStarDust

Group C[edit]

lrthread Group C
December 6, 2013, 17:00 CET
1. South Korea Protoss San 2-0 6-2
2. Spain Zerg VortiX 2-1 6-7
3. South Korea Terran MMA 1-2 7-6
4. Germany Protoss Socke 0-2 2-6

Group D[edit]

lrthread Group D
December 6, 2013, 21:20 CET
1. Canada Zerg Scarlett 2-0 6-3
2. Finland Protoss elfi 2-1 7-5
3. South Korea Terran jjakji 1-2 7-6
4. Spain Terran LucifroN 0-2 0-6
Group D Matches
TerranLucifroN
0
3
Protosselfi
Terranjjakji
3
0
TerranLucifroN
Terranjjakji
TerranLucifroN

Playoffs[edit]

Quarterfinals (Bo5)
Semifinals (Bo5)
Finals (Bo7)
South KoreaLife
3
SpainVortiX
1
ZergLife
ZergVortiX
CanadaScarlett
3
South KoreaStarDust
1
ZergScarlett
ProtossStarDust
South KoreaLife
0
CanadaScarlett
3
ZergLife
ZergScarlett
December 7, 2013 - 20:00 CET
South KoreaJaedong
3
Finlandelfi
1
ZergJaedong
Protosselfi
South KoreaSan
1
South KoreaINnoVation
3
ProtossSan
TerranINnoVation
December 7, 2013 - 18:45 CET
South KoreaJaedong
3
South KoreaINnoVation
2
ZergJaedong
TerranINnoVation
CanadaScarlett
2
South KoreaJaedong
4
ZergScarlett
ZergJaedong

Racial Distribution[edit]

ProtossTerranZerg
Round of 16
655
Quarterfinals
314
Semifinals
13
Finals
2
Winner
1

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