2006 SKY Proleague Round 1

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[e][h]2006 SKY Proleague Round 1
League Information
Series:
Organizer:
Sponsor:
SKY
Type:
Offline
Location:
South Korea South Korea
Format:
1v1 and 2v2
Start Date:
April 29, 2006
End Date:
July 29, 2006
Winners
Teams
Number of Teams:
11
Maps
Chronology

Introduction[edit]

The 2006 SKY Proleague Round 1 takes place between April 29th and July 29th, 2006. It is the second Proleague jointly broadcasted by OnGameNet and MBC and is sponsored by SKY. Featuring all Pro Teams of Korea, eleven Teams will play a round-robin with the top four finishers advancing to the playoffs to determine the Round 1 Winner. Later on the Round 1 Winner will face off against the Round 2 Winner to determine the Grand Champion of the 2006 Sky Proleague.

Prize Pool[edit]

Round 1 of the 2006 SKY Proleague has an unknown prizepool. It is to be expected to be of around 73,000,000 KRW combined for the top 3 finishers like his predecessor.

Map Pool[edit]

In total the 2006 SKY Proleague Round 1 used 8 maps. Four of these maps were used for 1v1 games:

2006 SKY Proleague Round 1
815 Rush Hour Pioneer Period The Eye Peaks of Baekdu Arcadia
815 (Map) Rush Hour Pioneer Period The Eye Peaks of Baekdu Arcadia


While two maps were solely played in 2v2:

2006 SKY Proleague Round 1
Full Moon Iron Curtain
No thumbnail available Iron Curtain


Teams[edit]

Participating Teams
 SK Telecom T1  CJ Entus  STX SouL  MBCGame HERO
 Pantech EX  Samsung KHAN  KTF MagicNs  Lecaf OZ
 OGN SPARKYZ  eNature  Hanbit Stars

Format[edit]

The eleven teams play a round-robin tournament lasting nine weeks with 55 matches total. Each series is a Best of Five, with the order of games being 1v1 - 1v1 - 2v2 - 1v1 - 1v1. At the end of Round 1, the four teams with the most victories advance to the Playoffs. In the Playoffs the four teams will play in a Bracket with their seeding based on their Regular Season Placement. The Winner is the 2006 SKY Proleague Round 1 Champion and advances to the Grand Finals.

Results[edit]

After the Regular Season[edit]

No. Team Matches Wins Losses Ratio Points Set Scores Pen.Points
1 SK Telecom T1 10 7 3 70.0% +10 26–16 0
2 STX SouL 10 7 3 70.0% +8 25-17 0
3 KTF MagicNs 10 7 3 70.0% +8 26-18 0
4 MBCGame HERO 10 7 3 70.0% +7 25–18 0
5 Pantech EX 10 6 4 60.0% +1 23-22 0
6 Ongamenet Sparkyz 5 5 5 50.0% +8 25-17 0
7 Hanbit Stars 10 4 6 40.0% -4 20-24 0
8 Samsung KHAN 10 4 6 40.0% -6 20-26 0
9 Lecaf OZ 10 3 7 30.0% -7 19-25 1
10 eNature 10 3 7 30.0% -11 14-25 0
11 STX SouL 10 2 7 20.0% -15 13-28 0

The teams CJ Entus, MBCGame Hero, SK Telecom T1 and KTF MagicNs advance to the Playoffs.


  Round 1 Semifinals Grand Finals
                     
   SKT 4
   CJ 2
   KT 0    MBC 1
   MBC 4
   MBC 4

SK Telecom T1 are the Round 1 Champions and advance to the Grand Finals.

Awards[edit]

Season Awards
MVP South Korea  Silver
Finals MVP South Korea  Canata
Rookie of the Year South Korea  Jaedong

Gallery[edit]

Openings[edit]

Teaser Intro
OGN Intro
MBC Intro


See Also[edit]

External links[edit]