2010-2011 Shinhan Bank Proleague

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[e][h]2010–11 Shinhan Bank Proleague
League Information
Organizer:
Sponsor:
Shinhan Bank
Type:
Offline
Location:
South Korea South Korea
Format:
1v1
Start Date:
16 October 2010
End Date:
19 August 2011
Winners
Teams
Number of Teams:
10
Maps
Chronology

Introduction[edit]

The Shinhan Bank Proleague 10–11 is a team league where 10 teams compete in 6 Rounds of round-robin. Each match is in a Best of 7 format. At the end of regular season, the top six teams will compete in a playoff round before the team league winner is determined.

Information[edit]

Map Pool[edit]

Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Round 5 Round 6
Aztec 1.1 Aztec 1.1 Aztec 1.1 Aztec 1.1 Alternative 1.1 Alternative 1.3
Benzene 1.1 Benzene 1.1 Benzene 1.1 Benzene 1.1 Beltway 1.1 Circuit Breaker 1.0
Central Plains 1.2 Bloody Ridge 1.0 Bloody Ridge 1.0 Bloody Ridge 1.2 Circuit Breaker 1.0 Icarus 1.1
Circuit Breaker 1.0 Circuit Breaker 1.0 Circuit Breaker 1.0 Circuit Breaker 1.0 Icarus 1.1 La Mancha 1.1
Empire of the Sun 1.1 Empire of the Sun 1.3 Empire of the Sun 1.4 Empire of the Sun 1.4 La Mancha 1.1 Neo Aztec 2.1
Fortress 1.1 Fortress 1.1 Fortress SE 2.0 Fortress SE 2.0 Neo Aztec 2.0 Neo Beltway 2.0
Grand Line SE 2.2 Grand Line SE 2.2 Icarus 1.0 Icarus 1.0 New Bloody Ridge 2.0 New Bloody Ridge 2.1
Icarus 1.0 Icarus 1.0 La Mancha 1.1 La Mancha 1.1 New Empire of the Sun 2.0 New Empire of the Sun 2.0

Teams[edit]

Participating Teams
 KT Rolster  SK Telecom T1  MBCGame HERO  STX SouL
 WeMade FOX  CJ Entus  Woongjin Stars  Hwaseung OZ
 Samsung KHAN  Air Force ACE

Format[edit]

This new format is a change from the Shinhan Bank Proleague 09-10, used to compensate for the disbandment of hite SPARKYZ and eSTRO. The number of Rounds have been increased from 5 and the length of each match from a Best of 5. Although the number of matches will decrease, the number of games should remain similar.

The map orders for each match are released before the beginning of each round.

Round 1, 2, 5 and 6[edit]

Rounds 1, 2, 5 and 6, each team submits their lineup for sets 1 to 6 prior to their match. Match ups for a set are reveal minutes before the set is played. If the game reaches the 7th set, an player is chosen to represent the team. This player can be anyone, including those that have already played. Usually the best player of the team would be sent out since the winner of the 7th set wins the match for the team.

Round 3 and 4[edit]

Rounds 3 and 4 are played in the Winners League format. Each team submits their first player for set 1 prior to their match. Unlike the previous format, when a player wins their set, they continue to play on the next set until they are either knocked out or the team achieves 4 wins.

Winners League Playoff[edit]

After the end of Round 4, a Winners League Playoff will be held for the four highest scoring teams in Rounds 3 and 4. The play off consists of 3 matches. The 3rd and 4th placed teams will first play each other. The winner of the match will continue to play against the 2nd placed team. Finally, the winner of the match will play the 1st placed team to determine the Winners League champion.

Playoff[edit]

The Post-Season Playoff is held after all 6 Rounds have been played. As of yet, there have been no announcements on this event.

Playoffs[edit]

Bracket[edit]

  Round 1 Round 2 Semifinals Finals
                             
 KT 2
 SKT 0
 STX 1  CJ 0
 KT 2  KT 1
 KT 2
 Woongjin 1
 Woongjin 2
 KHAN 1



Times[edit]

The games are hosted live on MBCGame and Ongamenet. Each week from Saturday to Thursday, ten games are usually played (two each day). On Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday, matches begin at 13:00 KST. On Monday and Tuesday, Ongamenet broadcasts their games at 19:30 KST while MBCGame begins at 18:00 KST.

During the course of the league, Ongamenet changed their schedule twice:

- Rounds 3 and 4, Monday and Tuesday times were pushed back half an hour to 19:00 KST.
- From Rounds 5, Monday and Tuesday times were pushes back another hour to 18:00 KST. Both networks now broadcasts their games at the same time.

Notes[edit]

  • hite Entus team name changed to CJ Entus midway of Round 5 due to the expiration of Hite's naming sponsorship with the Entus programing team [1]

Music[edit]

OnGameNet ProLeague[edit]

  • Yellowcard - For you and your Denial
  • This or the Apocalypse - Lamnidae
  • Fall Out Boy - Dead on Arrival
  • Terrible Things - Revolution
  • Fall Out boy - Saturday
  • Theory of a Deadman - Bad Girlfriend
  • Blind Guardian - Born in a Mourning Hall


OnGameNet WinnersLeague[edit]

  • From Autumn to Ashes - Placetapede
  • MXPX - Bass So Low
  • Simple Plan - Take my Hand
  • Sick Puppies - Cancer
  • The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus - Atrophy
  • Velvet Revolver - Let it Roll
  • Mariah Carey - All I Want For Christmas Is You


MBCGame ProLeague[edit]

  • Madina Lake - Never Take Us Alive
  • Destine - Sinking Sand
  • Ivoryline - We Both Know
  • Shinedown - I Own You
  • The Alkaline Trio - Time to Waste
  • Amber Pacific - Conviction
  • Galneryus - Alsatia
  • The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus - Choke
  • Serenity - Engraved Within
  • Anberlin - We Owe This To Ourselves
  • Galneryus Cause Disarray
  • Ivoryline - Vessels
  • Destine - Burn
  • Gyroscope - What Do I Know About Pain?
  • Exlie - Michi
  • Anberline - A Whisper & A Clamor
  • Train - Shake Up Christmas


MBCGame WinnersLeague[edit]

  • Escape The Fate - This War is Ours
  • Amber Pacific - An Anthem For The Young At Heart
  • Shinedown - Cyanide Sweet Tooth Suicide
  • Dragonforce - Heartbreak Armageddon
  • I Am Ghost - So, I Guess This Is Goodbye
  • Serenity - Engraved Within
  • I Am Ghost - Those We Leave Behind
  • Galneryus - The Awakening
  • Amber Pacific - The Girl Who Destroy
  • Amber Pacific - What Matters Most
  • Escape The Fate - You Are So Beautiful
  • AFI - Beautiful Thieves
  • Quietdrive - Jessica
  • Madina Lake - Pandora

Awards[edit]

Links[edit]