2003 Neowiz Pmang Cup

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[e][h]2003 Neowiz Pmang Cup Proleague
League Information
Neowiz Pmang
South Korea South Korea
1v1 and 2v2
Start Date:
End Date:
 Sumagologo std.png Suma GO
Number of Teams:


The Neowiz Pmang Cup OnGameNet Proleague is the second Proleague broadcasted by OnGameNet. Running from October 2003 to February 2004 the League features eight of the Korean Proteams.

Prize Pool[edit]

???,???,??? KRW (~US$???,???) is spread amongst the finalists as seen below:

Place Prize (KRW) Prize (USD)* Team
1st TBA TBA Sumagologo std.png Suma GO
2nd TBA TBA Toonasglogo std.png Toona SG

*Converted prizes calculated on January 26, 2013 with a currency rate of 1,000 KRW = 0.929973 USD provided by http://www.xe.com/.

Tournament Information[edit]

Map Pool[edit]

The 2003 Neowiz Pmang Cup used 6 maps in total.

Four maps were played in the Qualifier:

2003 Neowiz Pmang Cup Qualifier Maps
Nostalgia Guillotine The Huntress Sin Gaema Gowon
Nostalgia Guillotine No thumbnail available Gaema Gowon

Four of the six maps were used solely in 1v1 play:

2003 Neowiz Pmang Cup 1v1 Maps
Another Day Guillotine Nostalgia Sin Gaema Gowon
No thumbnail available Guillotine Nostalgia Gaema Gowon

Two maps were used solely in 2v2 play:

2003 Neowiz Pmang Cup 2v2 Maps
The Huntress Vertigo
No thumbnail available Vertigo

Participating Teams[edit]

Participating Teams
Seeded from 2003 KTF EVER Cup Proleague
Orion Logo std.png Orion HanbitStarslogo std.png Hanbit Stars MagicNSlogo std.png KTF MagicNs Sumagologo std.png Suma GO
Qualified Teams
STXlogo std.png STX SouL Dreamteamlogo std.png AMD Dream Team Korlogo std.png KOR Toonasglogo std.png Toona SG


  • The season will be six months long, with 2 rounds + playoffs being played.
  • Rounds 1 and 2 will be best-of-three, with two 1v1 and one 2v2 match. All three games are played even if a team already has won 2 games. Playoffs will be best-of-five and the Grand Finals will be best-of-seven.
  • After Round 1, the top four teams advance to Round 2 where they will play each other for spots in the playoff.
  • The top 3 teams of Round 2 advance to the Playoffs
  • Another interesting quirk is the "permanent player" and "team captain" policy. The team captain and a designated player MUST play in at least one game each time the team has a match. Also, a single player is allowed to play twice, as long as he plays in a 1v1 and a 2v2.


After Round 1[edit]

Round 1 Standings
1. HanbitStarslogo std.png Hanbit Stars 6-1 14-7 +7
2. STXlogo std.png STX SouL 5-2 13-8 +5
3. Sumagologo std.png Suma GO 4-3 13-8 +5
4. Toonasglogo std.png Toona SG 4-3 11-10 +1
5. Korlogo std.png KOR 3-4 10-11 -1
6. MagicNSlogo std.png KTF MagicNs 2-5 9-12 -3
7. Orion Logo std.png Orion 2-5 9-12 -3
8. Dreamteamlogo std.png AMD Dream Team 1-6 5-16 -11

Hanbit Stars, Suma GO, Toona SG and SouL advance to Round 2.

After Round 2[edit]

Round 2 Standings
1. Toonasglogo std.png Toona SG 2-1 6-3 +3
2. HanbitStarslogo std.png Hanbit Stars 2-1 5-4 +1
3. Sumagologo std.png Suma GO 2-1 4-5 -1
4. STXlogo std.png STX SouL 0-3 3-6 -3

Hanbit Stars, Suma GO, Toona SG advance to the Playoffs.

Playoffs Bracket[edit]


Round 1
  Sumagologo std.png Suma GO
Round 2
  Toonasglogo std.png Toona SG
  Sumagologo std.png Suma GO

Suma GO defeat Toona SG in the Grand Finals and are the 2003 Neowiz Pmang Cup Champions.

Overall Standings[edit]

Overall Standings
1. HanbitStarslogo std.png Hanbit Stars 8-2 19-11 +8
2. Toonasglogo std.png Toona SG 6-4 17-13 +4
3. Sumagologo std.png Suma GO 6-4 17-13 +4
4. STXlogo std.png STX SouL 5-5 16-14 +2
5. Korlogo std.png KOR 4-3 10-11 -1
6. MagicNSlogo std.png KTF MagicNs 3-4 9-12 -3
7. Orion Logo std.png Orion 2-5 9-12 -3
8. Dreamteamlogo std.png AMD Dream Team 1-6 5-16 -11


The games were hosted live on OnGameNet. Two matches played every Saturday at 18:30 KST.


Season Awards
Finals MVP South Korea Picon small bw.png Nal_rA
Most Wins South Korea Ticon small bw.png Goodfriend
Rookie Award South Korea Ticon small bw.png Goodfriend



2003 Neowiz Pmang Cup


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