MBC LandCinema Prime League V

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[e][h]MBC LandCinema Prime League V
League Information
Series:
Organizer:
MBC Game
Sponsor:
LandCinema
Game Version:
Type:
Offline
Location:
South Korea Seoul
Format:
1v1
Start Date:
2004-11-10
End Date:
2005-02-25
Liquipedia Tier:
Winners
South Korea  Moon
South Korea  Romeo
South Korea  FreeDom
South Korea  EvenStar
Player Breakdown
Number of Players:
30
6
5
9
10
Maps
Chronology

Information[edit]

The MBC LandCinema Prime League V was a WarCraft III event organized by MBC Game and the last of the Prime League series. The tournament took place from November 10th, 2004 to February 25th, 2005 and featured the best Korean players, as well as the non-Korean Four Kings players Grubby, FuRy, ToD and Zeus.

This tournament is known for hosting the maps involved in the MBC Map Scandal.

Rankings[edit]

Prize-pool is unknown.

Participants[edit]

Human Human Orc Orc Undead Undead Night Elf Night Elf
South Korea Swain
South Korea Romeo
South Korea Sweet
South Korea Moon
South Korea Rainbow
Netherlands Grubby
South Korea Star
South Korea FreeDom
South Korea Kenshin
South Korea Lyn
South Korea GoStop
South Korea ShowTime
France ToD
South Korea FoCuS
South Korea FoV
South Korea Check
South Korea Wise_Gray
South Korea 4Leaf
South Korea Lucifer
South Korea EvenStar
South Korea Scorpio
Sweden FuRy
Croatia Zeus
South Korea ReiGn
South Korea Anyppi
South Korea Justice
South Korea SoNyun
South Korea Susiria
South Korea May
South Korea DVD

Format[edit]

  • One group stage played in round-robin and best-of-one. Players ranked first are qualified for the playoffs while the ones ranked two have to play a wildcard.
  • Single elimination bracket in best-of-three for the first round, then best-of-five.

Results[edit]

Group Stage 1[edit]

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Group A
1. South Korea  FoV 4-1
2. South Korea  EvenStar 3-2
3. South Korea  Anyppi 3-2
4. South Korea  FoCuS 2-3
5. South Korea  Wise_Gray 2-3
6. South Korea  Lucifer 1-4

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Group B
1. South Korea  Romeo 3-2
2. South Korea  ShowTime 3-2
3. South Korea  Star 3-2
4. South Korea  Rainbow 2-3
5. South Korea  ReiGn 2-3
6. Croatia  Zeus 2-3

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Group C
1. South Korea  May 4-1
2. South Korea  FreeDom 4-1
3. South Korea  GoStop 3-2
4. France  ToD 3-2
5. South Korea  Swain 1-4
6. South Korea  4Leaf 0-5

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Group D
1. South Korea  Check 4-1
2. South Korea  Sweet 4-1
3. South Korea  Kenshin 3-2
4. Sweden  FuRy 2-3
5. South Korea  Lyn 2-3
6. South Korea  DVD 1-4

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Group E
1. South Korea  Moon 5-0
2. South Korea  Susiria 3-2
3. Netherlands  Grubby 3-2
4. South Korea  Justice 2-3
5. South Korea  Scorpio 2-3
6. South Korea  SoNyun 0-5


Group B Playoffs[edit]

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Wildcard
January 7, 2005
1. South Korea  ShowTime 2-0
2. South Korea  Romeo 1-1
3. South Korea  Star 0-2


ShowTime qualifies for the playoffs while Romeo will have to play the wildcard.

Wildcard[edit]

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Wildcard
January 10, 2005
1. South Korea  EvenStar 2-0
2. South Korea  Romeo 2-1
3. South Korea  Susiria 1-2
4. South Korea  Sweet 0-2


Final bracket[edit]

Quarterfinal
 South Korea Romeo
2
Romeo 
 Check
 South Korea Check
1
 South Korea FreeDom
2
FreeDom 
 ShowTime
January 17, 2005
 South Korea ShowTime
0
 South Korea EvenStar
2
EvenStar 
 FoV
 South Korea FoV
1
 South Korea May
0
May 
 Moon
January 17, 2005
 South Korea Moon
2
Semifinals
 South Korea Romeo
3
Romeo 
 FreeDom
 South Korea FreeDom
0
 South Korea EvenStar
0
EvenStar 
 Moon
 South Korea Moon
3
Finals
 South Korea Romeo
0
Romeo 
 Moon
 South Korea Moon
3


Trivia[edit]

  • Star retired few days after his Group B playoffs game against Romeo, complaining about a bug related to the Ghoul Frenzy upgrade taking 10 minutes to complete instead of 45 seconds. [1]
  • Despite favoring the Orcs, this tournament saw Moon beating all of his opponents with an impressive 13-0 score.

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