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HEAT Charity Tournament

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[e][h]HEAT Charity Tournament
League Information
Organizer(s):
Server:
Europe
Type:
Offline
Location:
Germany Germany
Format:
1v1, Round Robin Group Stage
Single-elimination Bracket
Date:
2012-02-04
Liquipedia Tier:
Links
Player Breakdown
Number of Players:
4
2
1
1
Maps


The HEAT Charity Tournament is a one day four-player invitational charity tournament. The event will be streamed for free in 720p. On-site-commentary was provided by TotalBiscuit, while Mori broadcast online in German. After sound problems with the main-stage stream, Special Endrey provided the English commentary.[1]

Prize Pool[edit]

100% of the stream revenue is spread among the player-chosen charities, based on placing.

Format[edit]

  • Group Stage: Best of 3
  • Playoffs:
    • 4th of Group Stage plays vs 3rd of group Stage (Best of 3)
    • Winner of that match plays vs 2nd of group Stage (Best of 3)
    • Winner of that match plays vs 1st of group Stage (Best of 5)

Participants[edit]

Protoss Terran Zerg
Netherlands Grubby 
Poland Tarson 
Germany TLO 
South Korea ReaL 

Participants Charities[edit]

ID Charity
NLNetherlands P Grubby International Fund for Animal Welfare
KRSouth Korea P ReaL charity: water
PLPoland T Tarson Nobody's Children Foundation
DEGermany Z TLO myclimate

Results[edit]

Group Stage[edit]

Group Stage
1. Germany  TLO 3-0 6-2
2. Netherlands  Grubby 2-1 5-4
3. South Korea  ReaL 0-2 2-4
4. Poland  Tarson 0-2 1-4

Playoffs[edit]

Quarter-Finals
Quarter-Finals
Q.-Finals
QF
Semi-Finals
Semi-Finals
S.-Finals
SF
Final
Final
F

Racial Distribution[edit]

  Protoss TerranZerg
Round of 4
211
Final Match
11
Winner
1

View Games[edit]

Additional Content[edit]

Other Coverage[edit]

See Also[edit]

External Links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. Post by Special Endrey on TL.net TL.net. February 5th 2012.