2007 Shinhan Bank Proleague Round 1

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[e][h]2007 Shinhan Bank Proleague Round 1
2007 Proleague Banner.jpg
League Information
Series:
Organizer:
Sponsor:
Shinhan Bank
Type:
Offline
Location:
South Korea South Korea
Format:
1v1 and 2v2
Start Date:
2007-04-14
End Date:
2007-08-04
Winners
Teams
Number of Teams:
12
Maps
Chronology

Introduction[edit]

The 2007 Shinhan Bank Proleague Round 1 is the third Teamleague broadcasted jointly by OnGameNet and MBCGame. This Proleague consists of two rounds in which twelve teams compete in a round-robin with the top four advancing to the Playoffs to determine the league winner. The league winner then takes on the league winner of Round 2 to determine the Grand Champion of the 2007 Proleague.

After sponsoring four OSLs this is the first Proleague season to be sponsored by Shinhan Bank.

Map Pool[edit]

In total the 2007 Shinhan Bank Proleague used 9 maps. Six of these maps were used for 1v1 games:

2007 Shinhan Bank Proleague
Monty Hall Sin Peaks of Baekdu Tau Cross Geometry Nemesis Python
Monty Hall Peaks of Bakedu.jpg Tau Cross geometry Nemesis Python


While three maps were solely played in 2v2:

2007 Shinhan Bank Proleague
Chariots of Fire DMZ Vampire
No thumbnail available No thumbnail available Vampire


Note: DMZ was replaced midseason for Vampire due to balance issues.

Information[edit]

Teams[edit]

Participating Teams
MagicNSlogo std.png KTF MagicNs Sktelecomt1logo std.png SK Telecom T1 MBClogo std.png MBCGame HERO STXlogo std.png STX SouL
Estrologo std.png eSTRO Khanlogo std.png Samsung KHAN HanbitStarslogo std.png Hanbit Stars Hwaseunglogo std.png Lecaf OZ
PantechEXlogo std.png Pantech EX ACElogo std.png Air Force ACE Sparkyzlogo std.png hite SPARKYZ Cjentuslogo std.png CJ Entus

Format[edit]

The first round of the Shinhan Bank Proleague will consist of a double round-robin, meaning that each team will play every other team twice.

Each of these matches is a best of 5. The third game is a 2v2 all the other games are 1v1. The coaches announce one week in advance which players are going to play on which map. The player for the fifth match (called Ace Game) is not revealed in advance. If this deciding ace match has to be played the team coaches will decide then who will be sent out to play.

A player can only play a single map (1v1 or 2v2) each match, but if an ace match has to be played a player may be used again.

After the round-robin Playoffs take place between the first to fourth ranked teams. These Playoffs are Best-of-Seven instead of Best-of-Five and a second 2v2 is played as game 6.

Results[edit]


No. Team Matches Wins Losses Ratio Set Scores Pen.Pts Current 1v1 2v2 Aces
1 Samsung KHAN 22 17 5 77.27% 55–34 (+21) 0 +0 39–28 16–6 6–1
2 Lecaf OZ 22 15 7 68.18% 52–36 (+16) 0 +0 40–26 12–10 3–3
3 MBCGame HERO 22 14 8 63.63% 52–34 (+17) -1 +0 42–22 10–12 3–3
4 STX Soul 22 14 8 63.63% 52–42 (+10) 0 +0 43–29 9–13 6–3
5 OGN Sparkyz 22 11 11 50.0% 47–46 (+0) -1 +0 33–38 14–8 3–4
6 CJ Entus 22 11 11 50.0% 45–46 (-2) -1 +0 36–33 9–13 4–4
7 KTF 22 10 12 45.45% 47–50 (-3) 0 +0 35–40 12–10 4–4
8 SKT1 22 9 13 40.90% 47–51 (-4) 0 +0 41–35 6–16 3–7
9 eSTRO 22 9 13 40.90% 38–48 (-11) -1 +0 27–37 11–11 4–2
10 Hanbit 22 8 14 36.36% 41–51 (-12) -2 +0 28–42 13–9 4–5
11 Pantech 22 8 14 36.36% 44–55 (-12) -1 +0 34–43 10–12 6–9
12 ACE 22 6 16 27.27% 31–58 (-28) -1 +0 21–46 10–12 3–4


Lecaf OZ, STX SouL, MBCGame Hero and Samsung KHAN advance to the Playoffs.


Round 1
  MBClogo std.png MBC
4
  STXlogo std.png STX
2
Round 2
  Hwaseunglogo std.png Lecaf
4
  MBClogo std.png MBC
2
Finals
  Khanlogo std.png KHAN
4
  Hwaseunglogo std.png Lecaf
0


Samsung KHAN defeat Lecaf OZ in the final with a score of 4-0 and become 2007 Shinhan Bank Proleague Round 1 Champion


Awards[edit]

Season Awards
MVP South Korea Picon small bw.png Stork
Khanlogo std.png
Finals MVP South Korea Picon small bw.png Stork
Khanlogo std.png
Rookie Award South Korea Ticon small bw.png Ever)T(Sheis
STXlogo std.png

Gallery[edit]

Openings[edit]

Teaser Intro
Teaser Intro
Proleague Intro


External Links[edit]

Team Liquid Thread