Trackmania Grand League: Mid-Season Invitational 2022

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[e][h]Trackmania Grand League: Mid-Season Invitational 2022
League Information
Organizer(s):
Nadeo
softyB
Platform:
PC
Game:
Type:
Online
Number of Players:
32
Prize pool:
€2,000 EUR
(≃ $2,260 USD)
Start Date:
2022-01-29
End Date:
2022-01-30
Liquipedia Tier:
Links
Maps
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Chronology


Trackmania Grand League: Mid-Season Invitational is a Trackmania solo competition hosted by Ubisoft Nadeo. It is organized between two seasons in one TMGL circuit. The 2022 edition is set to happen on January 29-30 and features 32 invited players.

About[edit]

Broadcast talent[edit]

Global Broadcast[edit]

Team/PoV Broadcasts[edit]

AllianceAlliance Alliance
ALTERNATE aTTaXALTERNATE aTTaX ALTERNATE aTTaX
BDS EsportBDS Esport BDS Esport
BIGBIG BIG
  • Point of View:
Edelweiss EsportsEdelweiss Esports Edelweiss Esports
  • Point of View:
    • Australia Mudda (Patrick Radisich)
GameWardGameWard GameWard
  • Commentator:
Karmine CorpKarmine Corp Karmine Corp
  • Point of View:
    • France Bren (Brendan Seve)
Loud EsportLoud Esport Loud Esport
  • Commentator:
    • France GGeek (Thomas Mengozzi)
MnM GamingMnM Gaming MnM Gaming
Team 300Team 300 Team 300
  • Commentator:
    • Latvia SRK (Oskars Zvejnieks)
No Team
  • Point of View:

Format[edit]

Qualification[edit]

Infographic explaining the qualification format

The qualifier is played using the Swiss system. Players who reach 3 wins advance to the Main Event. The matches are played in 1v1v1v1 using the TMGL Cup Long format:

  • Win 3 rounds to win a map.
  • Win 2 maps to win the match.
  • Knockout rule: 1 second for 3 consecutive checkpoints.
  • Each match has 2 winners and 2 losers.

Main Events[edit]

Infographic explaining the new format

The event is played using the new TMGL Champion system set to be used in the Spring 2022 season. It consists of five Tracks.

  • Track 1 is using pre-determined seeds for the matches.
  • During Track 2 players of equal scoreline (1-0 or 0-1) face each other. After this Track, players are placed into Champion Champion, Gold Gold, Silver Silver and Bronze Bronze tier matches based on their scoreline (2-0, 1-1 won Track 1, 1-1 won Track 2, 0-2).
  • Tracks 3-5 are played under the different tiers. Top 2 players of each match advance to the upper tier, while the bottom 2 get demoted to the tier below. The results of Track 5 determine the final ranking.


Each match is played in 1v1v1v1 using the TMGL Cup Short format on a single map:

  • Win 3 rounds to win the match.
  • Knockout rule: 1 second for 3 consecutive checkpoints.

Schedule[edit]

Event Starting time
Qualification
Swiss Round 1 January 29, 15:00 CET
Swiss Round 2 January 29, 15:45 CET
Swiss Round 3 January 29, 16:30 CET
Swiss Round 4 January 29, 17:15 CET
Swiss Round 5 January 29, 18:00 CET
Main Events
Event 1 January 30, 17:00 CET
Event 2 January 30, 18:30 CET

Prize pool[edit]

2,000 EUR is spread among the players as seen below:

Participants[edit]

32 players from the TMGL Main, Challenger and Open leagues have been invited to participate. [1]

Participants
MnM GamingMnM Gaming
United Kingdom Pac 
BDS EsportBDS Esport
Switzerland Affi 
GameWardGameWard
France Gwen 
Belgium Scrapie 
GamingPriveGamingPrive
France Aurel 
Edelweiss EsportsEdelweiss Esports
Australia Mudda 
ALTERNATE aTTaXALTERNATE aTTaX
Germany Granady 
IziDreamIziDream
France Binkss 
BIGBIG
Germany Massa 
Karmine CorpKarmine Corp
France Bren 
AllianceAlliance
Netherlands Spam 
Slovakia Tween 
TauroTauro
Poland Mime 
Poland evoN  France Haedra  Finland MiQuatro 
France Wosile 
Loud EsportLoud Esport
Croatia Razii 
pulsepulse
Belgium Skandear 
France Sapi 
NumelopsNumelops
Belgium Soulja 
BS+COMPETITIONBS+COMPETITION
France Glast 
France Ener  France Link 
BS+COMPETITIONBS+COMPETITION
France Snow 
Lyost EsportLyost Esport
France Micka 
Lyost EsportLyost Esport
France TheDarkWix 
Team 300Team 300
Germany Bresso 
France Hugo220 
Lyost EsportLyost Esport
France Acide 
Finland Teukka  France 7ven 

Results[edit]

Qualification Results
1. Australia Mudda 3-0 3p
2. Germany Granady 3-0 3p
3. Switzerland Affi 3-0 3p
4. France Gwen 3-0 3p
5. Belgium Scrapie 3-1 3p
6. Poland Mime 3-1 3p
7. United Kingdom Pac 3-1 3p
8. France Aurel 3-1 3p
9. Croatia Razii 3-1 3p
10. France Binkss 3-1 3p
11. Slovakia Tween 3-2 3p
12. France Sapi 3-2 3p
13. Germany Massa 3-2 3p
14. Poland evoN 3-2 3p
15. France Bren 3-2 3p
16. France Link 3-2 3p
Qualification Results (cont.)
17. Belgium Soulja 2-3 2p
18. France Haedra 2-3 2p
19. France Ener 2-3 2p
20. France Micka 2-3 2p
21. Finland MiQuatro 2-3 2p
22. Netherlands Spam 2-3 2p
23. France Acide 1-3 1p
24. Finland Teukka 1-3 1p
25. Germany Bresso 1-3 1p
26. France Wosile 1-3 1p
27. France Hugo220 1-3 1p
28. France TheDarkWix 1-3 1p
29. France 7ven 0-3 0p
30. Belgium Skandear 0-3 0p
31. France Snow 0-3 0p
32. France Glast 0-3 0p
Legend
Advances to the Main Event
Eliminated
Results
1. United Kingdom Pac -
2. Switzerland Affi -
3. Australia Mudda -
4. Germany Massa -
5. France Gwen -
6. France Binkss -
7. Poland Mime -
8. Belgium Scrapie -
9. Slovakia Tween -
10. France Aurel -
11. France Link -
12. Poland evoN -
13. France Bren -
14. Croatia Razii -
15. Germany GranaDy -
16. France Sapi -
Legend
Wins Champion Champion medal
Wins Gold Gold medal
Wins Silver Silver medal
Wins Bronze Bronze medal
Results
1. Switzerland Affi -
2. France Gwen -
3. France Binkss -
4. Poland Mime -
5. Germany GranaDy -
6. Germany Massa -
7. Australia Mudda -
8. France Aurel -
9. United Kingdom Pac -
10. Croatia Razii -
11. France Bren -
12. Poland evoN -
13. Slovakia tween -
14. Belgium Scrapie -
15. France Link -
16. France Sapi -
Legend
Wins Champion Champion medal
Wins Gold Gold medal
Wins Silver Silver medal
Wins Bronze Bronze medal

References[edit]