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Acer TeamStory Cup Season 3

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[e][h]Acer TeamStory Cup Season 3
League Information
Organizer:
Server:
Europe
Type:
Online
Location:
Germany Germany
Format:
1v1, All-Kill Format,
Group Stage
Prize pool:
$20,000 USD
Start Date:
2014-03-31
End Date:
2014-07-27
Liquipedia tier:
Links
Teams
Number of teams:
12
Maps
Chronology



Format[edit]

  • 12 teams: Top 8 from season 2 and 4 from Qualifier (as Quantic Gaming and Western Wolves disbanded, Empire and Invictus Gaming replaced them).
  • 11 playdays
  • Matches are Bo9 with an ace player. This could be any player out of the team's roster, even if he already played and lost.
  • Maps are predetermined based on the round.
  • Top 4 qualify for Online Playoffs.
  • Online playoffs' top 2 qualify for Offline Finals in Krefeld, Germany.
  • Top 8 qualify for possible 4th season.

Maps[edit]

Talents[edit]

  • Host
    • Germany TaKe (Dennis Gehlen)
  • Commentator

Prize Pool[edit]

Participants[edit]

1 South Korea Protoss Dear left mousesports on April 11th, 2014. He played until Week 1.
2 Spain Zerg VortiX left mousesports on June 2nd, 2014. He played until Week 11.
3 Following the departure of South Korea Protoss Dear & Spain Zerg VortiX, mousesports was allowed to nominate two new players to fulfill their lineup before the playoffs started.[1] Spain Protoss Majestic and Netherlands Protoss Sjaak were recruited on July 7th and 8th.
5 Denmark Protoss BabyKnight left Millenium on May 21st, 2014. He played until week 7.
6 United States Protoss hellokitty retired on May 27th, 2014. He played until week 7.
7 Ukraine Terran Kas left Team Empire on May 7th, 2014. He played until week 5.
8 Finland Terran Naama retired on April 26th, 2014. He played until week 3.
9 South Korea Random Balloon joined mYinsanity on April 9th, 2014. He was allowed to play starting week 6.
10 Due to wrist issues, TaeJa's doctor advised him not to play for two weeks after IEM Shenzhen. He could not be in Germany for the Grand Finals. [2]
11 HerO moved out of Incredible Miracle's team house and needed to find a new place to live. He could not be in Germany for the Grand Finals. [3]


Results[edit]

Group Stage[edit]

Main article: Acer TeamStory Cup Season 3 Group Stage
Standings
1.
1–0
5–0
+5
2.
1–0
5–1
+4
3.
1–0
5–2
+3
3.
1–0
5–2
+3
5.
1–0
5–3
+2
5.
1–0
5–3
+2
7.
0–1
3–5
-2
7.
0–1
3–5
-2
9.
0–1
2–5
-3
9.
0–1
2–5
-3
11.
0–1
1–5
-4
12.
0–1
0–5
-5
1.
▲1
2–0
10–1
+9
2.
▲3
2–0
10–3
+7
3.
▼2
2–0
10–4
+6
4.
▼1
2–0
10–6
+4
5.
2–0
10–7
+3
6.
▲1
1–1
8–9
-1
7.
▼4
1–1
5–7
-2
8.
▼1
0–2
7–10
-3
9.
0–2
6–10
-4
10.
▲1
0–2
5–10
-5
11.
▲1
0–2
4–10
-6
12.
▼3
0–2
2–10
-8
1.
▲1
3–0
15–3
+12
2.
▲1
3–0
15–6
+9
3.
▲2
3–0
15–8
+7
4.
▼3
2–1
11–6
+5
5.
▲1
2–1
13–9
+4
6.
▼2
2–1
10–11
-1
7.
▲1
1–2
12–11
+1
8.
▲1
1–2
11–13
-2
9.
▼2
1–2
6–12
-6
10.
0–3
8–15
-7
11.
▲1
0–3
4–15
-11
11.
0–3
4–15
-11
1.
▲2
4–0
20–10
+10
1.
▲1
4–0
20–10
+10
3.
▼2
3–1
19–8
+11
4.
▲1
3–1
18–11
+7
5.
▲1
3–1
15–15
0
6.
▲1
2–2
17–12
+5
7.
▼3
2–2
15–11
+4
8.
1–3
12–18
-6
9.
1–3
10–17
-7
10.
▲1
1–3
9–19
-10
11.
▼1
0–4
10–20
-10
12.
▼1
0–4
6–20
-14
1.
5–0
25–13
+12
2.
▲2
4–1
23–14
+9
3.
▼2
4–1
23–15
+8
4.
▲1
4–1
20–18
+2
5.
▼2
3–2
22–13
+9
6.
3–2
22–16
+6
7.
2–3
19–16
+3
8.
2–3
17–21
-4
9.
1–4
13–22
-9
10.
1–4
12–24
-12
11.
▲1
1–4
11–24
-13
12.
▼1
0–5
14–25
-11
1.
6–0
30–14
+16
2.
5–1
28–18
+10
3.
▲2
4–2
27–17
+10
4.
▲2
4–2
27–17
+10
5.
▼2
4–2
26–20
+6
6.
▼2
4–2
21–23
-2
7.
3–3
24–19
+5
8.
2–4
21–26
-5
9.
▲2
2–4
16–28
-12
10.
▼1
1–5
14–27
-13
10.
1–5
16–29
-13
12.
0–6
18–30
-12
1.
6–1
32–19
+13
2.
6–1
33–20
+13
3.
▲2
5–2
31–24
+7
4.
▲2
5–2
26–26
0
5.
▼1
4–3
31–22
+9
6.
▲1
4–3
29–21
+8
6.
▼3
4–3
30–22
+8
8.
▲1
3–4
21–31
-10
9.
▼1
2–5
24–31
-7
10.
1–5
16–29
-13
11.
▼1
1–6
16–32
-16
12.
0–6
18–30
-12
1.
7–1
37–21
+16
2.
7–1
38–24
+14
3.
6–2
36–24
+12
4.
6–2
31–26
+5
5.
▲1
4–4
33–26
+7
6.
▼1
4–4
33–27
+6
7.
▼1
4–4
32–27
+5
8.
4–4
26–34
-8
9.
2–6
24–36
-12
10.
▲1
2–6
21–34
-13
11.
▼1
1–6
19–34
-15
12.
0–7
18–35
-17
1.
8–1
42–23
+19
2.
8–1
43–26
+17
3.
7–2
41–24
+17
4.
7–2
36–30
+6
5.
▲2
5–4
37–27
+10
6.
5–4
38–28
+10
7.
▼2
4–5
37–31
+6
8.
4–5
28–39
-11
9.
2–7
26–41
-15
10.
2–7
21–39
-18
11.
1–7
20–39
-19
12.
0–8
18–40
-22
1.
9–1
47–24
+23
2.
▲1
8–2
46–25
+21
3.
▼1
8–2
44–31
+13
4.
7–3
37–35
+2
5.
6–4
42–28
+14
6.
6–4
43–29
+14
7.
5–5
42–31
+11
8.
4–6
29–44
-15
9.
▲2
2–7
25–39
-14
10.
▼1
2–8
26–46
-20
11.
▼1
2–8
21–44
-23
12.
0–9
19–45
-26
1.
▲1
9–2
51–27
+24
2.
▼1
9–2
49–29
+20
3.
8–3
48–36
+12
4.
▲2
7–4
48–33
+15
5.
▼1
7–4
41–40
+1
6.
▼1
6–5
46–33
+13
7.
6–5
47–35
+12
8.
5–6
34–48
-14
9.
▲1
3–8
31–50
-19
10.
▼1
2–8
29–44
-15
11.
2–9
25–49
-24
12.
1–9
24–49
-25


Playoffs[edit]

Upper Bracket Semi-Finals
Upper Bracket Semi-Finals
Upper Semi-Finals
UB Semi-Finals
UB SF
Upper Bracket Final
Upper Bracket Final
Upper Final
UB Final
Grand Final
Grand Final
GF


View Games[edit]

Streams & VODs[edit]

External Links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. 4rmag3ddon (June 9, 2014). "Acer TeamStory Cup powered by Intel Finals in Krefeld". Taketv.net. Retrieved June 29, 2014.
  2. Bumblebee (July 26, 2014). "HerO & TaeJa to miss the Finals in Germany". TL.net. Retrieved July 26, 2014.
  3. Bumblebee (July 26, 2014). "HerO & TaeJa to miss the Finals in Germany". TL.net. Retrieved July 26, 2014.