2004 SKY Proleague Round 2

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[e][h]2004 SKY Proleague Round 2
League Information
South Korea South Korea
1v1 and 2v2
Start Date:
End Date:
 Korlogo std.png KOR
Number of Teams:



The 2004 SKY Proleague Round 2 takes place between August 11th and Oktober 30th, 2004. It is the fourth Proleague broadcasted by OnGameNet and sponsored by SKY. Featuring most Pro Teams of Korea, ten Teams will play a double round-robin in two groups based on their Round 1 Standing with the top team of each group advancing to the finals to determine the Round 2 Winner. Later on the Round 2 Winner will face off against the Round 1 as well as the Round 3 Winner plus the best team not winning any Round to determine the Grand Champion of the 2004 Sky Proleague. Meanwhile the bottom team of each group determine in a relegation match which team has to defend his place in the league against the team relegated in Round 1.

Prize Pool[edit]

The winner of each Round of the SKY Proleague earns 70,000,000 KRW.

Place Prize (KRW) Team
1st 70,000,000 KRW PantechCuritelCurriors std.png Pantech & Curitel Curriors

Map Pool[edit]

In total the 2004 SKY Proleague Round 2 used 6 maps. Four of these maps were used for 1v1 games:

2004 SKY Proleague Round 2
Xeno Sky Incubus 2004 Bifrost 3 Requiem
Xeno Sky No thumbnail available Bifrost Requiem

While two maps were solely played in 2v2:

2004 SKY Proleague Round 2
Odin Mercury Zero
No thumbnail available No thumbnail available



Participating Teams
Sktelecomt1logo std.png SK Telecom T1 Korlogo std.png KOR STXlogo std.png STX SouL Poslogo std.png Pirates of Space
PantechCuritelCurriors std.png Pantech & Curitel Curriors Khanlogo std.png Samsung KHAN MagicNSlogo std.png KTF MagicNs Pluslogo std.png Plus*
Sumagologo std.png Suma GO Hexatronlogo std.png Hexatron HanbitStarslogo std.png Hanbit Stars
  • As Plus had the lowest score of Round 1, they were eliminated from Round 2.


The team with the lowest win percentile in round 1 is temporarily eliminated. The remaining 10 are divided into two groups of 5 according to their rankings in round 1. Each group plays a double round robin. 11 weeks, 45 matches in total. Each series is best 2 of 3, but the order is 1v1 - 2v2 - 1v1. At the end of the round the top two teams of each group determine the winner of their respective group in a Best-of-Five match.


After league play finishes, the first place teams from each group play in the Best-of-Seven Round 2 final. The winner is the 2004 SKY Proleague Round 2 Champion and advances to the Grand Finals.



Mercury Group
1. HanbitStarslogo std.png Hanbit Stars 5-3 10-8 2
2. Korlogo std.png KOR 5-3 11-9 2
3. Poslogo std.png Pirates of Space 4-4 9-10 0
4. Sumagologo std.png Suma GO 3-5 10-10 -2
5. Hexatronlogo std.png Hexatron 3-5 8-11 -2
Saturn Group
1. PantechCuritelCurriors std.png Pantech & Curitel Curriors 7-1 14-2 6
2. STXlogo std.png STX SouL 4-4 11-9 0
3. MagicNSlogo std.png KTF MagicNs 4-4 8-10 0
4. Khanlogo std.png Samsung KHAN 3-5 7-12 -2
5. Sktelecomt1logo std.png SK Telecom T1 2-6 6-13 -4


Mercury Finals[edit]

STX SouL STXlogo std.png 3 2 HanbitStarslogo std.png Hanbit Stars

Saturn Finals[edit]

Pantech & Curitel Curriors PantechCuritelCurriors std.png 3 1 Korlogo std.png KOR

Round 2 Losers Finals[edit]

SK Telecom T1 Sktelecomt1logo std.png 3 2 Hexatronlogo std.png Hexatron

Round 2 Finals[edit]

Pantech & Curitel Curriors PantechCuritelCurriors std.png 4 1 STXlogo std.png STX SouL


Pantech & Curitel Curriors win the Round 2 finals over STX Soul with a score of 4-1 and are thus the Round 2 Champions

Hexatron defeat Plus in the Relegation Match and are allowed to play in Round 3


Season Awards
Finals MVP South Korea Ticon small bw.png Goodfriend
PantechCuritelCurriors std.png



Tournament Intro
Mercury Intro
Saturn Intro

External links[edit]