2013 WPC ACE Dota 2 League
In September, the grand opening of The Shanghai E-Sports Competitive Center venue will be hosting the WPC ACE Dota 2 League, a bi-annual ACE Dota 2 League hosted by the newly founded WPC, the "World E-Sports Professional Classic", featuring the best teams from China in an offline league running from September through December and a massive prize pool of 1,500,000 RMB.
- Round Robin
- All teams play each other twice.
- 3 points for a win, 1 point for a tie, 0 for a loss.
- All matches are played Best of 2.
- Top 2 teams advance directly to Semifinals.
- Top 3-6 teams advance to Quarterfinals (Round of 6)
- Round of 6 and Semifinals are Best of 5.
- Grand Finals Best of 7.
Approximately ¥1,500,000 in prize money is split among the teams as seen below:
|Place||$ USD||¥ CNY||Team|
|1st||$165,280||¥ 1,000,000||Team DK|
|2nd||$49,584||¥ 300,000||Invictus Gaming|
|3rd||$16,528||¥ 100,000||Vici Gaming|
|4th||$3,305.60||¥ 20,000||LGD Gaming|
All teams placing 4th-10th will get ¥20,000 for participating.
Currency conversion is based on the currency exchange rate (taken from xe.com) on 2014-01-01. [¥1 CNY ≈ $0.16528 USD]
(1) WPC Team A was picked up by TongFu mid-tournament.
(2) Sylar left RisingStars on October 31, 2013; he was replaced by Meracle.
(3) Sylar replaced TuTu on October 31, 2013; however, WPC rules prevented him from playing with the team. Vici Gaming used mikasa as a stand-in.
|1.||Team DK||13-4-1||30-6||43 p|
|2.||Invictus Gaming||12-2-4||26-10||38 p|
|3.||Vici Gaming||11-4-3||26-10||37 p|
|4.||LGD Gaming||10-5-3||25-11||35 p|
|6.||LGD International||9-1-8||19-17||28 p|
- ↑ "RN墨舞" (2013-10-03). "战队 TongFu组梯队青训队曝光,正式签约WPC-A". dota2.replays.net. Retrieved 2013-10-27.
- ↑ "GodBlessMali" (2013-10-31). "RisingStars Release Sylar, Joins Vici Gaming". 2P.com. Retrieved 2015-08-12.
- ↑ "Tezzeret" (2013-10-31). "Meracle to RisingStars, Sylar to Vici Gaming". joinDota.com. Retrieved 2015-08-21.