2011-2012 Proleague Season 2

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[e][h]2011-12 SK Planet Proleague Season 2
League Information
Organizer:
Sponsor:
Server:
South Korea
Type:
Offline
Location:
South Korea South Korea
Prize pool:
100,000,000 KRW (≃ $89,357.52)
Start Date:
2012-05-20
End Date:
2012-09-22
Links
Winners
  CJ
  KHAN
  SKT
Teams
Number of Teams:
8
Maps
Chronology

About[edit]

The 2011-2012 SK Planet Proleague Season 2 is the 9th Proleague broadcast by OnGameNet. It is the second season after Hwaseung OZ, WeMade FOX and MBCGame Hero disbanded as well as KeSPA forming a new Eighth Team. The season is a hybrid between StarCraft: Brood War and StarCraft II meant to ease the transition to StarCraft II. This is the first season to feature StarCraft II.

Prize Pool[edit]

100,000,000 KRW are spread amongst the finalists as seen below:

Converted USD prizes are based on the currency exchange rate (taken from xe.com) on September 22, 2012: 1,000 KRW = 0.89358 USD.

Information[edit]

Map Pool[edit]

The map pool consists of 8 maps, 4 for StarCraft: Brood War and 4 for StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty. While KeSPA reserves the right to change the maps between Rounds of Group Stage, as of Round 3 the map pool has not been altered this season.

StarCraft: Brood War Maps StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty Maps
Neo Electric Circuit WCS Antiga Shipyard
Neo Ground Zero WCS Cloud Kingdom LE
Neo Jade WCS Entombed Valley
New Sniper Ridge WCS Ohana LE

Teams[edit]

Participating Teams
Air Force ACE CJ Entus KT Rolster Samsung KHAN
SK Telecom T1 STX SouL Woongjin Stars 8th Team

Format[edit]

  • Sets 1-3 will be a Bo3 of StarCraft: Brood War, Sets 4-6 a Bo3 of StarCraft 2, Bo1 Ace Match StarCraft II if necessary.[1]
  • Sets 1-3: Brood War (Best of 3)
  • Sets 4-6: StarCraft II (Best of 3)
  • ACE Match: StarCraft II
  • Teams will submit their players for each Bo3 beforehand.
  • Players must alternate between Brood War and StarCraft II. Ace matches do not count for this.
  • If your name is submitted for the 3rd game but the Bo3 is 2-0, it still counts as you playing Brood War / StarCraft II.

Results[edit]

Group Stage[edit]

After the conclusion of Group Stage

Overall Standings
1. Samsung KHAN 12-9 64-51 +13
2. CJ Entus 12-9 59-56 +3
3. 8th Team 12-9 61-58 +2*
4. SK Telecom T1 12-9 57-57 0
5. Woongjin Stars 11-10 66-47 +19
6. STX SouL 11-10 60-60 0
7. KT Rolster 9-12 57-62 -5
8. Air Force ACE 5-16 38-71 -33

* Team 8 got 1 penalty point because Jaehoon stayed in the game after typing 'gg' in the second set of the Brood War portion (in the game against Stork) in a Round 3 match between Team 8 and Samsung KHAN.[2]

Playoffs[edit]

Round 1 (Bo3)
Team 8
0
0
SK Telecom T1
2
2
Round 2 (Bo3)
CJ Entus
2
2
SK Telecom T1
1
1
Finals (Bo1)
Samsung KHAN
0
CJ Entus
2

Detailed results can be found here.

Times[edit]

The games are hosted live on OnGameNet each week, on Saturday, Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday. On Saturday/Sunday, OGN will broadcast 2 games back to back starting at 12:00 KST. On Monday/Tuesday, 1 game is broadcast at 15:00 KST.[3]

Awards[edit]

Season Awards
MVP South Korea  Jaedong
Best Coach South Korea January
Rookie Award South Korea  Trap

Additional Coverage[edit]

TeamLiquid.net[edit]

View Games[edit]

Gallery[edit]

See Also[edit]

External Links[edit]

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