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ESL Open Cups: Asia Off-Season 1

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[e][h]ESL Open Cups: Asia Off-Season 1
Series Information
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Organizer:
Location:
South Korea South Korea
Start Date:
2021-01-18
End Date:
2021-03-29
Server:
South Korea
Type:
Online
Format:
1v1
Single-elimination bracket
Total prize money:
≃ $4,400 USD
Links


The ESL Open Cups Asia allow all aspiring professionals and talented players to participate in weekly tournaments. These contribute 400 USD in prize money, each tournament, each region, each week.

These tournaments are open for all players, there are no regional restrictions.

Format[edit]

  • Single-elimination bracket.
    • All Matches are Bo3.
    • Finals are Bo5.

Prize Pool[edit]

$400:

Place Prize (USD)
1st $200
2nd $100
3rd-4th $50

Results[edit]

#Date1st2ndSFSF
#542021-01-18South Korea  CureSouth Korea  ArmaniSouth Korea  ZestSouth Korea  Solar
#552021-01-25South Korea  ZestChina  TIMESouth Korea  CreatorSouth Korea  Cure
#562021-02-01South Korea  CureSouth Korea  PatienceSouth Korea  DongRaeGuSouth Korea  Solar
#572021-02-08South Korea  StatsSouth Korea  SolarSouth Korea  ArmaniSouth Korea  Patience
#582021-02-15South Korea  StatsSouth Korea  ZestSouth Korea  DreamSouth Korea  Patience
#592021-02-22South Korea  ZestSouth Korea  NightMareSouth Korea  CreatorSouth Korea  Ryung
#602021-03-01South Korea  CureSouth Korea  ZestTaiwan  RexChina  MacSed
#612021-03-08South Korea  DarkSouth Korea  CureSouth Korea  CreatorMexico  SpeCial
#622021-03-15South Korea  CreatorSouth Korea  ViViDMexico  SpeCialSouth Korea  Puzzle
#632021-03-22South Korea  StatsSouth Korea  TrapChina  CyanSouth Korea  Solar
#642021-03-29South Korea  RagnaroKTaiwan  HasSouth Korea  PatienceChina  Cyan

Medals[edit]

Medals won per Player[edit]

Medals won per Race[edit]

RaceTotal
Protoss6612
Terran325
Zerg123

Medals won per Country[edit]

Medals won per Team[edit]

Note: Medals won per Team shows the team that a player was
on when the medal was won, not their current team.

External Links[edit]

References[edit]