ASUS ROG Tournament 2017 - GameXpo

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League Information
Series:
ASUS ROG Tournament ASUS ROG Tournament
Organizer:
Type:
Offline
Location:
Finland Helsinki
Format:
Round Robin
Playoffs
Prize pool:
€ 6,520 EUR
(≃ $7,715 USD)
Start Date:
2017-09-19
End Date:
2017-11-05
Number of Teams:
7
Liquipedia Tier:
Links

About[edit]

Location[edit]

  • Playoffs take place on the main stage of GameXpo on November 3rd to 5th 2017.

Game Days[edit]

  • Game Days for Regular Season are Tuesdays and Sundays.

Format[edit]

  • Regular Season - September 19th - October 14th, 2017
    • Seven teams play in a round-robin format.
      • All matches are played in a Bo3.
      • Top four teams advance to the Playoffs.
      • Bottom teams are eliminated.
  • Playoffs - November 3rd - November 5th, 2017
    • Four teams play in a single-elimination format over three days.
      • Semifinals are Bo3.
      • Grand Finals are Bo5.

Broadcast Talent[edit]

Finnish Broadcast[edit]

  • Commentators:

Map Pool[edit]

Available Maps (All)
Assault Control Escort Hybrid
Tiebreaker Bo1 in Regular Season or Bo3 in Playoffs on Control map.

Prize Pool[edit]

In addition to the main prize pool (€4,000 EUR (~ $4,712 USD)), each match win in the Regular Season awards €120 EUR (~ $143 USD).

Base prize money
Place Prize
A11st € 3,000
A22nd € 1,000
Regular Season Winnings
Team Wins Winnings €EUR
GIG 6 €720
ENCE eSports 5 €600
Helsinki REDS 4 €480
NYYRIKKI Esports 3 €360
Nemesis 2 €240
FCL Menace 1 €120
Aces 0 €0

Participants[edit]

Team Gigantti
DPSFinland LiNkzr 
DPSFinland Davin 
FlexFinland zappis 
TankFinland Fragi 
SupportFinland BigG00se 
SupportFinland Shaz 
CFinland Seita 
ENCE eSports
DPSFinland BAITO 
DPSFinland rCk 
FlexFinland Cali 
TankFinland lhcloudy 
SupportFinland Trickwide 
SupportFinland Ripa 
CFinland elfi 
Helsinki REDS
DPSFinland Exceed 
DPSFinland Lalli 
FlexFinland Woomera 
TankFinland Akke 
SupportFinland Talisman 
SupportFinland Kryma 
CFinland Nihvu 
Nemesis
1Finland Kouhia 
2Finland Vahv 
3Finland Olu 
4Finland Hepa 
5Finland KarvaRausku 
6Finland Ice 
NYYRIKKI Esports2
DPSFinland Astt 
DPSFinland baba 
FlexFinland tonder 
TankFinland twidi 
SupportFinland tappomasa 
SupportFinland perry 
FlexFinland Zagaz 
Aces
DPSFinland Ronski 
FlexFinland Ashieli 
TankFinland TheDesolator 
SupportFinland MrHamster 
5Finland Tipi 
6Finland Limux 
1 FC Lahti Menace signs Kindergarten on September 18th. [1]
2 NYYRIKKI Esports replaces Finland tonder (left the team on September 20th[2]) with Finland Zagaz on October 3rd.

Results[edit]

Regular Season[edit]

Standings
1. Team Gigantti 6-0 12-0 +12 18p
2. ENCE eSports 5-1 10-3 +7 15p
3. Helsinki REDS 4-2 9-6 +3 12p
4. NYYRIKKI Esports 3-3 7-6 +1 9p
5. Nemesis 2-4 4-8 -4 6p
6. FC Lahti Menace 1-5 3-10 -7 3p
7. Aces 0-6 0-12 -12 0p
See all Regular Season match results here

Match Overview[edit]

2-0
2017-10-01
2-0
2017-10-03
0-2
2017-09-19
2-0
2017-09-26
1-2
2017-10-14
2-1
2017-10-01
0-0
2017-10-08
0-2
2017-09-24
2-0
2017-09-26
1-2
2017-09-19
2-0
2017-09-24
0-2
2017-09-26
2-0
2017-10-12
0-2
2017-10-08
0-2
2017-10-03
2-0
2017-09-19
2-0
2017-10-14
2-0
2017-09-24
2-0
2017-10-14
2-0
2017-10-14
2-0
2017-10-01

Playoffs[edit]

Semifinals (Bo3)
Team Gigantti
2
November 3, 2017 - 17:00 EET
1 
 
 0
 
3 
 
 2
 
NYYRIKKI Esports
0
ENCE eSports
2
November 4, 2017 - 14:00 EET
3 
 
 1
 
2 
 
 0
 
Helsinki REDS
0
Finals (Bo5)
Team Gigantti
3
November 5, 2017 - 14:00 EET
1 
 
 2
 
2 
 
 0
 
2 
 
 0
 
2 
 
 1
 
ENCE eSports
1


External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. FC Lahti Menace (2017-09-18). "FC Lahti Menace signs Kindergarten". facebook.com.
  2. tonder (2017-09-20). "tonder leaves NYYRIKKI Esports". twitlonger.com.