City Hunter SC2 Festival

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[e][h]City Hunter StarCraft II Festival
League Information
Organizer:
City Hunter
Type:
Offline
Location:
Australia Australia
Prize pool:
$500
Start Date:
2010-08-29
End Date:
2010-09-19
Liquipedia Tier:
Winners
Australia  mOOnGLaDe
Player Breakdown
Number of Players:
96

About[edit]

City Hunter's StarCraft II Festival runs from the 29th of August (10:00 start) to the 19th of September (to 5:00) and features over $5000 worth of prizes including cash, store credit, and sponsor prize packs over 3 competitions (1v1, 2v2 and Counter-Strike 1.6). Both 1v1 and 2v2 StarCraft II formats are covered and together feature $1000 in cash prizes plus much more in hardware and store credit.[1] The full competition runs over 4 weekends.

There will be 3 qualifiers on 29th August, 5th September and 12th September. The Grand Final will be over September the 18th and 19th. Admission prices are $10 per person.

1v1 and 2v2 competitions are allocated different times, so players can play for both matches.

Tournament Information[edit]

Prizepool[edit]

2v2 Tournament
1st $350, $350 shop credit, $800 valued sponsored prize pack
2nd $100, $100 shop credit, $400 valued sponsored prize pack
3rd $50 shop credit, $300 valued sponsored prize pack

Format[edit]

1v1 Tournament format

  • Hosted at City Hunter Chinatown
  • $10 pay-in for the 1v1
  • 32-players
  • Best-of-one
  • Top8 qualify
  • Single-elimination

2v2 Tournament format

  • Hosted at City Hunter Chinatown
  • $10 pay-in per player ($20 for the team)
  • 16 teams
  • Best-of-three
  • Top8 qualify
  • Single-elimination

Finals format

  • Hosted at City Hunter Chinatown
  • 24 players 1v1 and 2v2
  • Double-elimination

Rules[edit]

  • Game Version: StarCraft II
  • ESRB Rating: Teen (Age +13)
  • Anyone born after Sep. 30th 1997 will not be allowed to play.
  • Competition Method: Solo Match 1 vs 1 & Team Match 2 vs 2
  • Game Length: maximum one hour until the winner is determined. If the game becomes a stalemate and there is no action for an extended period of time during the :match and the winner cannot be clearly determined, the match is sole discretion of the game admin :by calculate the result score.
  • Game Winner: The player who completely destroys the opponent or if the opponent surrenders.
  • Plus WCG rules for Disconnections and Unfair Play.[1]

Maps[edit]

  1. Arid Wastes
  2. Decena
  3. Twilight Fortress
  4. Coalition
  5. Scorched Haven
  6. Lost Temple

Results[edit]

No official results were given once the event concluded. An unofficial recap of the event can be found on the Teamliquid thread.[1]

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