Electronic Sports World Cup 2013

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[e][h]ESWC 2013
League Information
Series:
Platform:
PC
Game:
Type:
Offline
Location:
France Paris
Number of Players:
16
Prize pool:
$8,000 USD
Start Date:
2013-10-31
End Date:
2013-11-03
Liquipedia Tier:
Links
Chronology

About[edit]

Format[edit]

  • Players were seeded in time attack group stage prior to the bracket.

Prize pool[edit]

$8,000 USD is spread among the players as seen below: 8,000 USD was split between the players as seen below:

Participants[edit]

Participants
Finland Klovni  Netherlands Spam  Slovakia hakkiJunior  Slovakia tween 
France Zo0m  Netherlands Koenz  Germany TaLa  Canada Carl Jr. 
Czech Republic Kubayz  Netherlands Tamarillo  Germany oNio  France YoYo 
France Carl  Belgium Laurens  Norway Bergie  Germany dNs 

Results[edit]

Quarterfinals
 Canada Carl Jr.
1st
 Germany TaLa
2nd
 France Carl
3rd
 Germany dNS
4th
 Slovakia tween
1st
 Netherlands Tamarillo
2nd
 Slovakia HakkiJunior
3rd
 Czech Republic Kubayz
4th
 Netherlands Spam
1st
 Norway Bergie
2nd
 Germany oNio
3rd
 Finland Klovni
4th
 France YoYo
1st
 Netherlands Koenz
2nd
 France Zo0m
3rd
 Belgium Laurens
4th
Semifinals
 Canada Carl Jr.
1st
 Slovakia tween
2nd
 Norway Bergie
3rd
 Netherlands Koenz
4th
 France YoYo
1st
 Germany TaLa
2nd
 Netherlands Tamarillo
3rd
 Netherlands Spam
4th
Winners' Finals
 Canada Carl Jr.
1st
 Germany TaLa
2nd
 France YoYo
3rd
 Slovakia tween
4th
Losers' Round 1
 Slovakia hakkiJunior
1st
 France Carl
2nd
 Belgium Laurens
3rd
 Finland Klovni
4th
 Germany dNs
1st
 Germany oNio
2nd
 Czech Republic Kubayz
3rd
 France Zo0m
4th
Losers' Round 2
 Norway Bergie
1st
 Netherlands Spam
2nd
 Germany oNio
3rd
 Slovakia hakkiJunior
4th
 Netherlands Koenz
1st
 Netherlands Tamarillo
3rd
 France Carl
2nd
 Germany dNs
4th
Losers' Round 3
 Norway Bergie
1st
 Netherlands Koenz
2nd
 Netherlands Spam
3rd
 France Carl
4th
Losers' Finals
 France YoYo
4th
 Slovakia tween
3rd
 Norway Bergie
2nd
 Netherlands Koenz
1st
Grand Finals
 Canada Carl Jr.
1st
 Germany TaLa
2nd
 Netherlands Koenz
3rd
 Norway Bergie
4th

References[edit]