Mar Sara Trials

[e][h]Mar Sara Trials
League Information
Organizer:
CyberGamer.com.au
Game Version:
Server:
Southeast Asia
Type:
Online
Location:
Australia Australia
Format:
1v1, Single-elimination
Prize pool:
$350
Date:
2010-05-16
Liquipedia Tier:
Winners
Australia  mOOnGLaDe
Australia  Kamina
Australia  Mez
Player Breakdown
Number of Players:
120
35
33
37
Maps

About[edit]

The Mar Sara Trials is a tournament hosted by CyberGamer for the Australian and New Zealand StarCraft II communities. The large prizepool of $350 attracted the stiffest competition from the Oceania region to compete in this one-day event. Some interesting trivia is that the top 3 placers in the tournaments are all ex-Warcraft III Australia Team members.

Tournament Information[edit]

Prize Pool[edit]

Format[edit]

  • Date: Sunday the 16th of May
  • Time: 10:00AM AEST (Syd, Melb, Bris) // 12:00PM NZST (New Zealand)
  • Chat (IRC): #cybergamer on gamesurge or use the WEB CLIENT
  • Single-elimination
  • Best-of-Three until the Final and Bronze place matches, which will be Bo5.
  • Each player will choose 1 map from the pool of five, and then thumbs-down a map out of the remaining three.[1]

Maps[edit]

  1. Metalopolis
  2. Lost Temple
  3. Blistering Sands
  4. Kulas Ravine
  5. Steppes of War

Notable Players[edit]

Australia  mOOnGLaDe Australia  Legionnaire
Australia  Pinder Australia  Azz
Australia  iaguz

Results[edit]

Playoffs[edit]

See the full brackets here

Quarterfinals
 Australia mOOnGLaDe
2
 Australia Azz
1
 New Zealand iko
0
 Australia Mez
2
 Australia chiss
1
 Australia Legionnaire
2
 Australia Kamina
2
 Australia CSIRAC
0
Semifinals
 Australia mOOnGLaDe
2
 Australia Mez
0
 Australia Legionnaire
1
 Australia Kamina
2
Finals
 Australia mOOnGLaDe
3
 Australia Kamina
1
3rd Place Match
 Australia Mez
3
 Australia Legionnaire
0

Match Summary[edit]

Grand Finals[edit]
Bronze Match[edit]

Racial Distribution[edit]

  Protoss TerranZergRandom
Round of 8
512
Semi Finals
31
Finals
11
Winner
1

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

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