Overwatch World Cup 2016

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[e][h]Overwatch World Cup 2016
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League Information
Series:
Platform:
Type:
Offline
Location:
USA Anaheim
Prize pool:
$288,000 USD
Start Date:
2016-10-29
End Date:
2016-11-05
Liquipedia Tier:
Links
Winners
Gold.png Krflag std.png
Silver.png Ruflag std.png
Bronze.png Seflag std.png
Copper.png Fiflag std.png
Teams
Number of Teams:
16
Chronology

Information[edit]

Location[edit]

  • BlizzCon, Anaheim, California, United States.

Prize Pool[edit]

MVP Results[edit]

Round Team Team MVP
QF Russia Russia vs France France France Kitty
QF Spain Spain vs Finland Finland Spain BromaS
QF South Korea South Korea vs United States United States United States ster
QF China China vs Sweden Sweden Sweden iddqd
SF Russia Russia vs Finland Finland Russia ShaDowBurn
SF South Korea South Korea vs Sweden Sweden South Korea ArHaN
3rd place Finland Finland vs Sweden Sweden Sweden TviQ
Final Russia Russia vs South Korea South Korea South Korea Miro

Format[edit]

Starting in September, many of these teams will take part in best-of-three, single-elimination online qualifiers. Then, at BlizzCon in November, sixteen teams will battle in round-robin group stages and single-elimination finals. To ensure that all major regions of the world are well-represented at BlizzCon, the sixteen teams competing there will include six from the Europe game region, six from the Asia-Pacific game regions, and four from the Americas.

There's no prize pool for this exhibition. However, the top 16 teams competing at BlizzCon will receive an appearance bonus and a free trip to BlizzCon.

Broadcast Talent[edit]

  • Commentators:
    • USA DoA (Erik Lonnquist)
    • USA MonteCristo (Christopher Mykles)
    • USA Mr X (Matt Morello)
    • USA ZP (Andrew Rush)
    • Australia Uber (Mitch Leslie)
    • United Kingdom Deman (Leigh Smith)


Participants[edit]

Brazil
1
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 Brazil BRKsEDU
2
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 Brazil Kyo
3
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 Brazil Flawz
4
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 Brazil Nextage
5
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 Brazil soulive
6
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 Brazil Insanityz
Canada1
1
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 Canada Surefour
2
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 Canada Roolf
3
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 Canada Poke
4
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 Canada iid
5
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 Canada LoganDaBest
6
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 Canada HuK
China3
1
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 China Jamlee
2
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 China LINKIN
3
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 China PAOPAO
4
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 China Naiba
5
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 China MengMao
6
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 China Pangge
South Korea
1
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 South Korea Miro
2
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 South Korea zunba
3
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 South Korea Ryujehong
4
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 South Korea EscA
5
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 South Korea TaiRong
6
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 South Korea ArHaN
United States
1
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 USA Seagull
2
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 USA ster
3
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 USA Talespin
4
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 USA Adam
5
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 USA Gods
6
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 USA MESR
Australia
1
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 Australia Muselk
2
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 Australia Refz
3
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 Australia termo
4
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 Australia Kura
5
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 Australia yuki
6
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 Australia HeyKatie
  • 1 Roolf replaced Whiz due to Whiz not responding to requests for documentation.
  • 2 BUR1X didn't participate for Germany due to visa issues and was replaced by Ruster.
  • 3 ROY and Tresor were replaced by MengMao and Pangge due to visa issues.
  • 4 cYpheR didn't participate for Russia due to visa issues and was replaced by Anak.

Results[edit]

Group Stage[edit]

Group A[edit]

Group A
1. Esflag std.png Spain 3-0 6-2 +4 9p
2. Seflag std.png Sweden 2-1 5-2 +3 6p
3. Caflag std.png Canada 1-2 3-4 -1 3p
4. Brflag std.png Brazil 0-3 0-6 -6 0p

Group B[edit]

Group B
1. Ruflag std.png Russia 3-0 6-1 +5 9p
2. Usflag std.png United States 2-1 5-2 +3 6p
3. Deflag std.png Germany 1-2 2-4 -2 3p
4. Clflag std.png Chile 0-3 0-6 -6 0p

Group C[edit]

Group C
1. Krflag std.png South Korea 3-0 6-0 +6 9p
2. Fiflag std.png Finland 2-1 4-3 +1 6p
3. Auflag std.png Australia 1-2 2-4 -2 3p
4. Twflag std.png Taiwan 0-3 1-6 -5 0p

Group D[edit]

Group D
1. Cnflag std.png China 4-1 7-3 +4 12p
2. Frflag std.png France 3-2 6-4 +2 9p
3. Thflag std.png Thailand 2-3 5-5 0 6p
4. Sgflag std.png Singapore 0-3 0-6 -6 0p

Playoffs[edit]

Playoffs[edit]

Quarterfinals
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2
November 4, 2016 - 12:45 PDT
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D
A 0:56
A
D
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1:55 A
D
D
0:21 A
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A 0:29
D
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D
A
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1
Esflag std.png Spain
1
November 4, 2016 - 14:15 PDT
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D
A 40.87m
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65.83m A
D
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D
A 2:54
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A
D
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2
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2
November 4, 2016 - 15:45 PDT
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D
A 3:06
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A
D
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A 60.56m
D
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D
56.74m A
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0
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0
November 4, 2016 - 17:15 PDT
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D
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4:12 A
D
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A
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5:50 A
D
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2
Semifinals
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2
November 4, 2016 - 18:45 PDT
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A 0:37
D
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D
81.40m A
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D
A 0:0
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112.74m A
D
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0
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2
November 4, 2016 - 20:15 PDT
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D
A 3:21
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24.55m A
D
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A 0:42
D
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D
116.69m A
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0
Finals
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0
November 5, 2016 - 11:30 PDT
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D
A
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1:08 A
D
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A
D
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D
2:43 A
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A 55.16m
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D
2:51 A
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4
3rd Place Match
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1
November 5, 2016 - 10:00 PDT
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A
D
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D
1:28 A
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A 66.58m
D
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D
54.39m A
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Seflag std.png Sweden
2


View Games[edit]

Additional Content[edit]

Peak viewers[edit]

Data about number of viewers is based on information from Esports Charts[1]:

  • The tournament's Overall peak was 638 206 viewers
  • The tournament's peak Without Chinese viewers was 231 994 viewers
  • English streams peak was 218 301 viewers
  • Russian streams peak was 10 637 viewers
  • Chinese streams peak was 514 368 viewers
  • Twitch.tv peak was 231 994 viewers

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. Esports Charts (2017-30-06). "Overwatch World Cup 2016 detailed stats". esc.watch.