SL i-L StarSeries Season 1

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[e][h]SL i-L StarSeries Season 1
League Information
Series:
Organizer:
Sponsor:
TBA
Type:
Offline
Location:
Belarus Belarus
Prize pool:
$50,000 USD
Start Date:
2016-01-22
End Date:
2016-01-24
Number of Players:
8
Liquipedia Tier:
Links

StarLadder and ImbaTV are proud to announce a joint season of Hearthstone – SL i-League StarSeries. The SL i-League StarSeries season will see the strongest Hearthstone players from all around the world battle it out in exciting competition. The tournament will be divided into two divisions. The first division will bring together players from Europe, Asia, the CIS and the Americas, while the second division will be reserved exclusively for pro players from China. The prize pool will amount to $50,000 USD, and will be distributed among the eight finalists.

Information[edit]

Prize Pool[edit]

$50,000 USD are spread among the players as seen below:

Place $ USD Player Team
Gold.png 1st $20,000 China Robin YM std.png Yolo Miracle
Silver.png 2nd $12,000 United Kingdom Cipher Fade 2 Karma std.png Fade 2 Karma
SF.png 3rd-4th $5,000 Ukraine Kolento C9logo std.png Cloud9
USA Dog Liquidlogo std.png Team Liquid
5th-6th $2,500 Czech Republic StanCifka ZZZZZLogo filler std.png
South Korea Surrender Navilogo std.png Natus Vincere
7th-8th $1,500 China Nicolas EDG std.png EDward Gaming
USA JAB Team Hearthlytics std.png Team Hearthlytics

Format[edit]

  • Group Stage: Round Robin
    • 2 groups for 4 players each.
    • 1st place from each group advances to Semifinals in Playoffs.
    • 2nd and 3rd places from each group advance to Quarterfinals in Playoffs.
  • Playoffs: Single Elimination

Broadcast Talent[edit]

Participants[edit]

Qualified Players (8)
South Korea Surrender
Navilogo std.png
USA Dog
Liquidlogo std.png
Ukraine Kolento
C9logo std.png
Hong Kong Amaz 1
TeamArchonlogo hs std.png
United Kingdom Cipher
Fade 2 Karma std.png
USA JAB
Team Hearthlytics std.png
China Nicolas
EDG std.png
China Robin
YM std.png
Czech Republic StanCifka 1
Logo filler std.png

1 StanCifka replaced Amaz, who 'refused' to go.[1]

Results[edit]

Group Stage[edit]

Group A[edit]

Group A
January 22, 2016 - 15:00 CET
1. Ukraine Kolento 3-0 9-4
2. United Kingdom Cipher 1-2 5-6
3. USA Dog 1-2 6-9
4. China Nicolas 1-2 4-7

Group B[edit]

Group B
January 23, 2016 - 15:00 CET
1. China Robin 2-1 7-6
2. South Korea Surrender 2-1 7-6
3. Czech Republic StanCifka 1-2 6-7
4. USA JAB 1-2 6-7

Playoffs[edit]

Round 1
 United Kingdom Cipher
3
Cipher
StanCifka
Druid Druid square.png
Warlock square.png Warlock
Warlock Warlock square.png
Priest square.png Priest
Paladin Paladin square.png
Priest square.png Priest
Paladin Paladin square.png
Paladin square.png Paladin
Paladin Paladin square.png
Warlock square.png Warlock
 Czech Republic StanCifka
2
 South Korea Surrender
2
Surrender
Dog
Druid Druid square.png
Priest square.png Priest
Warlock Warlock square.png
Warlock square.png Warlock
Druid Druid square.png
Warrior square.png Warrior
Paladin Paladin square.png
Warlock square.png Warlock
Paladin Paladin square.png
Warrior square.png Warrior
 USA Dog
3
Round 2
 Ukraine Kolento
1
Kolento
Cipher
Paladin Paladin square.png
Paladin square.png Paladin
Warlock Warlock square.png
Paladin square.png Paladin
Warlock Warlock square.png
Mage square.png Mage
Warlock Warlock square.png
Warlock square.png Warlock
 United Kingdom Cipher
3
 China Robin
3
Robin
Dog
Shaman Shaman square.png
Priest square.png Priest
Warlock Warlock square.png
Warlock square.png Warlock
Paladin Paladin square.png
Warlock square.png Warlock
Paladin Paladin square.png
Priest square.png Priest
 USA Dog
1
Finals
 United Kingdom Cipher
1
Cipher
Robin
Warlock Warlock square.png
Paladin square.png Paladin
Warlock Warlock square.png
Paladin square.png Paladin
Paladin Paladin square.png
Shaman square.png Shaman
Paladin Paladin square.png
Shaman square.png Shaman
Warlock Warlock square.png
Warlock square.png Warlock
Warlock Warlock square.png
Warlock square.png Warlock
Game 1 was interrupted and replayed from the beginning.
 China Robin
4


View Games[edit]

Streams[edit]

VODS[edit]

External Links[edit]

  • Radoslav "Nydra" Kolev (2016-01-20). "Stan Cifka to replace Amaz at StarLadder finals". gosugamers.net.