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ESL Country Championship 2012

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[e][h]ESL Country Championship 2012
League Information
Organizer:
Server:
Europe
Type:
Online
Start Date:
2012-02-13
End Date:
2012-11-20
Liquipedia Tier:
Links
Winners
 Poland
 Germany
 Spain
 Finland
Teams
Number of Teams:
46

Overview[edit]

The ESL Country Championship 2012 is a tournament which is organised by the Electronic Sports League in early 2012, and which gathers national teams. The national teams of most countries are ruled by their local ESL partner. For countries with a local partner, the organiser accepted applications for team managers. The competition started in February 2012, its end date is still unknown.[1][2]

Format[edit]

  • Each encounter features four 1v1 matches played in Bo3 and one 2v2 match also played in Bo3.

Participants[edit]

Teams[edit]

Argentina
Austria
Belarus
Belgium
Brazil
Canada
Croatia
Ecuador
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
No team template exists for name "greece".
Hungary
Israel
Lithuania
Moldova
Norway
Peru
Poland
Portugal
Russia
Sweden
Turkey
Ukraine
United Arab Emirates
No team template exists for name "united arab emirates".
USA
Uruguay

Prize Pool[edit]

Groups[edit]

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Group A (Americas #1)
1. Mexico Mexico 3-0 13-2 13
2. Peru Peru 2-1 9-6 9
3. Bolivia Bolivia 0-3 4-11 4
4. Argentina Argentina 1-2 4-11 4
5. United States USA 0-0 0-0 0
Detailed Results

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Group B (Americas #2)
1. Brazil Brazil 4-0 15-5 15
2. Chile Chile 3-1 14-6 14
3. Uruguay Uruguay 2-2 10-10 10
4. El Salvador Salvador 1-3 9-11 9
5. Ecuador Ecuador 0-4 2-18 2
6. Canada Canada 0-0 0-0 0
Detailed Results

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Group C (Europe #1)
1. Sweden Sweden 4-0 16-4 16
2. United Kingdom United Kingdom 3-1 14-6 14
3. Bulgaria Bulgaria 2-2 13-7 13
4. Romania Romania 1-3 6-14 6
5. Ireland Ireland 0-4 1-19 1
Detailed Results

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Group D (Europe #2)
1. Poland Poland 4-0 17-2 17
2. Germany Germany 3-1 14-5 14
3. Lithuania Lithuania 1-3 8-12 8
4. Turkey Turkey 1-2 5-14 5
5. Hungary Hungary 0-3 4-15 4
6. Estonia Estonia 0-0 0-0 0
Detailed Results

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Group E (Europe #3)
1. Spain Spain 3-1 15-5 15
2. Denmark Denmark 3-1 15-5 15
3. France France 3-1 14-6 14
4. Israel Israel 1-3 5-14 5
5. India India 0-4 0-19 0
6. Slovenia Slovenia 0-0 0-0 0
Detailed Results

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Group F (Europe #4)
1. Russia Russia 5-0 22-2 22
2. Italy Italy 4-1 16-9 16
3. Austria Austria 3-2 13-11 13
4. Portugal Portugal 2-3 13-12 13
5. Moldova Moldova 1-4 8-17 8
6. Croatia Croatia 0-5 2-23 2
Detailed Results

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Group G (Europe #5)
1. Czech Republic Czech Republic 4-0 14-5 14
2. Netherlands Netherlands 2-2 12-8 12
2. Belarus Belarus 2-2 9-11 9
3. China China 1-3 8-12 8
5. Switzerland Switzerland 1-3 6-13 6
6. Slovakia Slovakia 0-0 0-0 0
Detailed Results

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Group H (Europe #6)
1. Finland Finland 2-0 7-3 7
2. Belgium Belgium 1-1 5-5 5
3. Norway Norway 0-2 3-7 3
4. Ukraine Ukraine 0-0 0-0 0
5. United Arab Emirates 0-0 0-0 0
6. Greece Greece 0-0 0-0 0
Detailed Results

Playoffs[edit]

Round of 16
 Netherlands Netherlands
1
 Poland Poland
3
 Sweden Sweden
2
 Denmark Denmark
3
 Peru Peru
1
 Brazil Brazil
4
 United Kingdom United Kingdom
2
 Spain Spain
3
 Finland Finland
4
 Italy Italy
0
 Chile Chile
1
 Mexico Mexico
4
 Belgium Belgium
1
 Russia Russia
3
 Germany Germany
3
 Czech Republic Czech Republic
0
Quarterfinals
 Poland Poland
W
 Denmark Denmark
-
 Brazil Brazil
2
 Spain Spain
3
 Finland Finland
W
 Mexico Mexico
-
 Russia Russia
1
 Germany Germany
3
Semifinals
 Poland Poland
3
 Spain Spain
2
 Finland Finland
2
 Germany Germany
3
Finals
 Poland Poland
3
 Germany Germany
2
3rd Place Match
 Finland Finland
 Spain Spain

In the quarterfinals Mexico gave a freewin to Finland.[3]

External links[edit]

References[edit]