ESL One Hamburg 2017

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[e][h]ESL One Hamburg 2017
League Information
Organizer:
Game Version:
Type:
Offline
Location:
Germany Hamburg
Venue:
Barclaycard Arena
Number of Teams:
8
Format:
Online Qualifiers
Offline Playoffs
Prize pool:
$1,000,000 USD
Start Date:
2017-10-26
End Date:
2017-10-29
Pro Circuit Points:
1500
Pro Circuit Tier:
Liquipedia Tier:
Links
Chronology

After three remarkable years of ESL One Frankfurt, ESL moves to its newest Dota 2 stop in Germany - ESL One Hamburg! The $1,000,000 USD tournament, which is set to take place on October 26-29, will be the eighth ESL One installment for Dota 2 and will mark ESL's first ever event in the Barclaycard Arena of Hamburg, previously the home of Hamburg’s handball and ice hockey teams. Additionally, ESL One Hamburg has attained Major status as part of the new tournament ruleset from Valve for the 2017-2018 competitive season![1] This makes ESL One Hamburg the first Major of the season and second one ever to take place in Germany, after The Frankfurt Major in 2015.

Format[edit]

  • Group Stage:
    • The teams are divided into two groups where they play in a double-elimination (GSL) format
    • The first round is played in a Bo1, while the remaining rounds are played in a Bo3
    • The top two teams in each group move on to the playoffs
  • Playoffs:
    • Single-Elimination bracket
    • All matches are played in a Bo3

Prize Pool[edit]

The base prize pool for the tournament is $1,000,000 USD and 1500 Pro Circuit Points. The prize money and points will be split as follows[2]:

Broadcast Talent[edit]

The English talent was revealed on October 13th[3][4]:

  • Desk Host:
  • Stage Host:
    • United Kingdom OJ Borg (Oliver James Borg D'Anastasi)
  • Reporter:
    • Netherlands Sheever (Jorien van der Heijden)
  • Observers:
  • Statistician:

Participating Teams[edit]

1 HappyFeet weren't able to attend the event due to visa issues.[8] They were replaced by Fnatic.[7]

Results[edit]

Group Stage[edit]

Group A[edit]

Standings preview lrthread
1. Team Secret 2-0 3-1
2. Newbee 2-1 4-3
3. Evil Geniuses 1-2 3-3
4. Fnatic 0-2 0-3

Group B[edit]

Standings preview lrthread
1. Virtus.pro 2-0 3-1
2. Team Liquid 2-1 4-2
3. Keen Gaming 1-2 2-4
4. SG e-sports 0-2 1-3

Playoffs[edit]

Semifinals
Team Secret
2
October 29 2017 - 15:30 CET
Venomancer Ember Spirit Lich Doom Phantom Lancer
Night Stalker Nature's Prophet Silencer Necrophos Invoker
48m39s
Night Stalker Magnus Winter Wyvern Phantom Assassin Bristleback
Chen Nature's Prophet Earth Spirit Gyrocopter Dragon Knight
31m23s
Night Stalker Pugna Lion Juggernaut Necrophos
Io Sven Spirit Breaker Batrider Bloodseeker
35m34s
Team Liquid
1
Virtus.pro
2
October 29 2017 - 12:00 CET
Bane Nature's Prophet Bounty Hunter Leshrac Phantom Lancer
Venomancer Undying Spirit Breaker Batrider Terrorblade
44m30s
Ogre Magi Sven Io Dragon Knight Brewmaster
Bane Nature's Prophet Queen of Pain Sand King Timbersaw
35m23s
Spirit Breaker Disruptor Necrophos Bloodseeker Broodmother
Nature's Prophet Bane Earthshaker Monkey King Mirana
41m04s
Newbee
1
Finals
Team Secret
0
October 29 2017 - 19:50 CET
Spirit Breaker Pugna Mirana Timbersaw Lina
Enchantress Ogre Magi Brewmaster Vengeful Spirit Sniper
42m07s
Rubick Spirit Breaker Magnus Ember Spirit Phantom Lancer
Bane Chen Sand King Viper Vengeful Spirit
40m57s
Virtus.pro
2

Peak viewers[edit]

Data about number of viewers is based on information from Esports Charts[9]:

  • The tournament's Overall peak was 3 429 009 viewers
  • The tournament's peak Without Chinese viewers was 263 759 viewers
  • English streams peak was 116 925 viewers
  • Russian streams peak was 143 307 viewers
  • Chinese streams peak was 3 209 195 viewers
  • Twitch.tv peak was 261 848 viewers

External Links[edit]

Streams[edit]

References[edit]