2010 Sony Ericsson StarCraft II Open Season 3

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League Information
Organizer:
Server:
South Korea
Type:
Offline
Location:
South Korea Seoul
Prize pool:
₩199,600,000 (≃ $173,053)
Start Date:
2010-11-15
End Date:
2010-12-18
Liquipedia Tier:
Winners
South Korea Picon small.png MC
South Korea Ticon small.png Rain
South Korea Picon small.png HongUn
Sweden Ticon small.png Jinro
Player Breakdown
Number of Players:
64
Picon small.png 12
Ticon small.png 24
Zicon small.png 27
Ricon small.png 1
Maps
Chronology
This is the third and last of three GOMTV Global StarCraft II League Open events. For general information not specific to this event, check the main GSL page.

Map Pool[edit]

This tournament used the same map pool as GSL 2:

Information[edit]

  • Preliminary rounds were held on November 15 and 16.
  • Unlike the previous two GSL open events, there was no vetoing of any maps in all rounds.

Prize Pool[edit]

The total prize pool was ₩199,600,000 (Approximately $173,053.20), divided among participants as follows:

* Approximate USD amounts taken from http://xe.com on December 18, 2010. ₩1000 = $0.867

Racial Distribution[edit]

  Protoss TerranZergRandom
Ro64
1224271
Ro32
61412
Ro16
484
Ro8
332
Ro4
22
Finals
11
Winner
1

Trivia[edit]

  • GuMiho was the first random player to qualify for any GSL open.
  • There were five foreigners in this tournament: Sen, HayprO, Jinro, IdrA, and Ret.
  • July, an accomplished StarCraft progamer, and Moon, an accomplished Warcraft III progamer, qualified for their first GSL open.
  • HongUn built the first Carrier of any GSL open against JSL.
  • Jinro was the first foreigner to reach the RO4.
  • HongUn and MC, respectively, were the first Protoss players to reach the RO4.
  • MC was the first Protoss player to reach the Finals and the first Protoss to win the tournament.
  • First season where the map vetoing option for players was disabled which receives large amounts of criticisms from Zerg players. The inability to veto short distanced maps such as Steppes of War caused many cheeses and all-ins in TvZ match ups throughout Season 3.
  • Pepsi was a sponsor of this event with their Mountain Dew brand as the sponsored beverage.
  • The first season to have no Zerg in the final four.
  • Capital ship watch: Number of games where these units were a major factor in the outcome:
Unit W L
Battlecruiser 0 0
Brood Lord 6 1
Carrier 1 0
Mothership 0 0

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