The line up is impressive to say the least, the 4 best LCS teams at this moment in time, The CJ borthers who will be out for blood, the European non-LCS teams who've gone under the radar, more Koreans and the lively Pain Gaming who'll thrive on the cheers of the fans.
All though we haven't seen much of Korea and Asia, it won't make them perform worse, if anything they'll be ready to take on anyone. The LCS teams will have their work cut out for them and if they'll lose, excuses shouldn't be made cause their should be no reason to. They've had enough time to practice and the only way they should go down is by getting out played by a better team. The Koreans on the other hand will have had enough time to have studied their opposition which should bring along the necesary strategies to beat everyone. Whoever prevails in the end will be a deserved winner and a wold class champion.
The format will be 2 groups of 6 with first place going to the semi's instantly and the following 2 teams having to play the quarter finals. The groupstage will see bo1's, the single elimination play offs up to the finals bo3's and the grand final itself will see a possible 5-mapper. Matches will start tomorrow and the prizepot of $ 150.000 will be divided between all 12 teams as has been the standard.
|CJ Entus Blaze||5||4||1||-||-||12|
|SK Telecom T1||5||4||1||0||0||12|
|CJ Entus Frost||5||4||1||0||0||12|
|Meet Your Makers||5||1||4||0||0||3|
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|Jeroen Vercauter // KwijLBEAST|
Posted 3 months ago: Thu, 07 Mar 2013 17:06:39 +0000
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