Golden Championship Series 2015 (2v2 tournament)

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[e][h]GCS 2015 (2v2)
League Information
Series:
Organizer:
Sponsor:
Game Version:
Type:
Offline
Location:
China Shanghai
Format:
Double elimination
Prize pool:
CN¥ 57,000 (≃ $ 8,663)
Start Date:
2016-01-13
End Date:
2016-01-23
Liquipedia Tier:
Links
Player Breakdown
Number of Players:
8
Teams
Number of Teams:
4
Maps
Chronology


The Golden Championship Series 2015 (2v2) is organized by Blizzard Entertainment's Chinese partner : NetEase, played at Shanghai, offline. For the first time, the NetEase ladder season ends with a tournament. Within the 8 best players of the 2v2 ladder season are invited.

Format and dates[edit]

Qualification[edit]

For the first installment, there were no qualifier tournament. Based on NetEase ladder ranking on 2015-12-31, the 8 best players are invited. They have to create pairs with another player present[1].

Playoffs[edit]

4 teams in a double elimination bracket :

  • early rounds are best-of-3,
  • Grand Final is best-of-5 (with 1-0 advantage for team coming from the winner bracket).

Prize pool[edit]

CN¥ 57,000 ( ≃ $ 8,663) are spread among the players as seen below :

according to xe.com conversion rate on 2016-01-23 (CNY 1 ≃ 0.15199 USD).

Teams[edit]

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Check and TeD
1 South Korea  Check
2 China  TeD

Hainiu usually plays Night Elf.

Results[edit]

Semifinals
Yumiko & WFZ
1
January 13th, 2016 21:00 CST
Check & TeD
2
cuplbei & TJ
0
January 13th, 2016 22:30 CST
Hainiu & Kingstod
2
Winners' Finals
Check & TeD
2
January 14th, 2016 18:30 CST
Hainiu & Kingstod
1
Losers' Round 1
Yumiko & WFZ
2
January 14th, 2016 17:00 CST
cuplbei & TJ
0
Losers' Finals
Hainiu & Kingstod
2
January 22nd, 2016 13:00 CST
Yumiko & WFZ
0
Grand Finals
Check & TeD
3
January 23rd, 2016 16:30 CST
Hainiu & Kingstod
0

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