CN vs EU Season 2

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[e][h]CN vs EU Season 2
League Information
Series:
NetEase NetEase
Organizer:
Type:
Offline
Location:
China China
Prize pool:
€ 52,000 EUR
(≃ $58,950 USD)
Start Date:
2015-03-19
End Date:
2015-03-22
Number of Players:
16
Liquipedia Tier:
Links
Winners
Chronology

CN vs EU Season 2 is the 2nd season of NetEase China vs. Europe tournament.

Qualifiers were held separately in Europe and China to determine 8 players from each side, who will represent their region in the offline main event.

Information[edit]

Location[edit]

  • NetEase studios, Hangzhou, China.

Prize Pool[edit]

52,000 EUR (~58,950 USD) is spread among the players as seen below:

Conversion values taken from xe.com on 2015-01-28. 1 EUR ≈1.13367 USD

Other Awards[edit]

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Place $ USD $ CNY Player Team
1st * $ 162,000 ¥ 3,088,000 - -

* if the 1st place is a Chinese player.

Format[edit]

  • Single Elimination Bracket
  • Conquest format

Casters[edit]

Chinese Casters[edit]

English Casters[edit]

Participants[edit]

CN Region Qualified Players (8)
China MagicWind
China SleepyShaman
China TiddlerCelestial
China ailv
China GreenMemory
China xyuan
China IceFox
China lovelychook
EU Region Qualified Players (8)
Czech Republic StanCifka
Switzerland EntryFee
United Kingdom Max 1
Portugal Skylink
Spain Screenager
Greece Hawkeye
Netherlands ThijsNL
Germany Chimmy
Ukraine Kolento 1

1 Kolento replaced Max, who could not attend due to visa issues.[1]

Results[edit]

Round of 16
 China IceFox
1
IceFox
StanCifka
March 19, 2015 16:00 CST
Druid
Priest
Hunter
Warlock
Druid
Warlock
Druid
Druid
 Czech Republic StanCifka
3
 China GreenMemory
1
GreenMemory
Kolento
March 19, 2015 17:30 CST
Mage
Priest
Hunter
Mage
Hunter
Druid
Hunter
Priest
 Ukraine Kolento
3
 China xyuan
1
xyuan
EntryFee
March 19, 2015 19:00 CST
Hunter
Paladin
Druid
Rogue
Druid
Druid
Hunter
Druid
 Switzerland EntryFee
3
 China SleepyShaman
3
SleepyShaman
Chimmy
March 19, 2015 20:10 CST
Paladin
Rogue
Druid
Rogue
Hunter
Rogue
Hunter
Warlock
Hunter
Paladin
 Germany Chimmy
2
 China lovelychook
3
lovelychook
Screenager
March 20, 2015 16:05 CST
Hunter
Hunter
Rogue
Hunter
Druid
Warlock
Druid
Hunter
Druid
Rogue
 Spain Screenager
2
 China TiddlerCelestial
3
TiddlerCelestial
Skylink
March 20, 2015 17:40 CST
Mage
Hunter
Rogue
Hunter
Rogue
Rogue
Paladin
Warlock
Rogue
Warlock
 Portugal Skylink
2
 China ailv
2
ailv
Hawkeye
March 20, 2015 19:15 CST
Rogue
Hunter
Hunter
Shaman
Rogue
Shaman
Rogue
Druid
Druid
Druid
 Greece Hawkeye
3
 China MagicWind
3
MagicWind
ThijsNL
March 20, 2015 20:45 CST
Hunter
Druid
Druid
Druid
Warlock
Mage
Druid
Mage
Druid
Warlock
 Netherlands ThijsNL
2
Quarterfinals
 Czech Republic StanCifka
1
StanCifka
Kolento
March 21, 2015 16:00 CST
Hunter
Druid
Druid
Warlock
Hunter
Rogue
Mage
Rogue
 Ukraine Kolento
3
 Switzerland EntryFee
0
EntryFee
SleepyShaman
March 21, 2015 17:30 CST
Mage
Rogue
Mage
Druid
Druid
Paladin
 China SleepyShaman
3
 China lovelychook
0
lovelychook
TiddlerCelestial
March 21, 2015 18:20 CST
Paladin
Warlock
Paladin
Mage
Druid
Paladin
 China TiddlerCelestial
3
 Greece Hawkeye
3
Hawkeye
MagicWind
March 21, 2015 19:15 CST
Druid
Mage
Shaman
Mage
Hunter
Mage
Hunter
Hunter
Hunter
Warlock
 China MagicWind
2
Semifinals
 Ukraine Kolento
3
Kolento
SleepyShaman
March 22, 2015 16:00 CST
Warlock
Druid
Priest
Paladin
Warlock
Paladin
Druid
Paladin
Druid
Hunter
 China SleepyShaman
2
 China TiddlerCelestial
1
TiddlerCelestial
Hawkeye
March 22, 2015 18:00 CST
Mage
Shaman
Mage
Druid
Mage
Hunter
Paladin
Hunter
 Greece Hawkeye
3
Finals
 Ukraine Kolento
3
Kolento
Hawkeye
March 22, 2015 19:25 CST
Druid
Shaman
Priest
Druid
Priest
Hunter
Druid
Hunter
Warlock
Hunter
 Greece Hawkeye
2


Trivia[edit]

  • After Europe’s dominant performance in the first China vs. Europe season, NetEase CEO Ding Lei was not happy with the performance of the Chinese players, and so he vowed to bring the best out of them for season two. And he might have found just the right motivation: a Ferrari. Having felt that the €52,000 prize pool and honor of representing China wasn’t enough, CEO Ding decided to throw in a brand new luxury sports car should there be a Chinese winner.[2]

View Games[edit]

Streams[edit]

EngSpeaking ESL on Twitch

External Links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. hearthstone.com.cn (2015-03-17). "Kolento starts his journey to China". hearthstone.com.cn.
  2. ESL (2015-01-25). "€52,000 and a Ferrari - introducing the China vs. Europe Hearthstone tournament". www.eslgaming.com.