2011 European Battle.net Invitational

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The 2011 European Battle.net Invitational is a StarCraft II tournament hosted by Blizzard for the top 8 players from the European region. The top 2 will qualify to the 2011 StarCraft II Global Battle.net Invitational.

European Battle.net Invitational
League Information
Organizer: Blizzard
Sponsor: Intel NVIDIA RazerSteelSeries
Game Version: Wings of Liberty Patch 1.3.6
Server: Europe
Event Type: Offline
Location: Poland Poland
Format: 1v1, Double-elimination
Prize pool: $24,500
Start Date: 2011-08-06
End Date: 2011-08-07
Links: Website
Winners
Netherlands Zerg Ret
Sweden Protoss NaNiwa
Sweden Terran ThorZaIN
Poland Terran Tarson
Player Breakdown
Number of Players: 8
Protoss 3   Terran 3   Zerg 2   Random 0
Maps
Tal'Darim Altar LE • Shakuras Plateau • Xel'Naga Caverns • Metalopolis • Typhon Peaks • Backwater Gulch • The Shattered Temple

About[edit]

Europe’s top StarCraft II players will clash at the 2011 European Battle.net Invitational in Warsaw, Poland on August 6-7. You can experience two days of top-notch eSports action live in the Multikino within the Zlote Tarasy commercial center in the heart of the Polish capital, or follow it all on the free live stream to find out who’ll be representing Europe later this year at the 2011 Global Battle.net Invitational at BlizzCon.

Format[edit]

  • Double-elimination

Prize Pool[edit]

24,500 US Dollars (€17,000) are spread among the players as seen below:

Place Prize (USD) Prize (EUR) ID Team
1st $10,000 €7,000 Netherlands Zerg Ret Team Liquid Team Liquid
2nd $5,000 €3,500 Sweden Protoss NaNiwa Team Dignitas Team Dignitas
3rd $3,000 €2,100 Sweden Terran ThorZaIN Mousesports mousesports
4th $2,500 €1,750 Poland Terran Tarson Millenium Millenium
  • Players placing 5th through 8th receive $1,000 (€700).

Participants[edit]

Protoss (3) Terran (3) Zerg (2)
Sweden NaNiwa Sweden ThorZaIN Poland Nerchio
Ukraine White-Ra Poland Tarson Netherlands Ret
Germany Socke Ukraine Strelok

Results[edit]

Quarterfinals
 Sweden NaNiwa
2
NaNiwa Protoss
Terran Strelok
 Ukraine Strelok
1
 Netherlands Ret
2
Ret Zerg
Terran Tarson
  
  
TBD
 Poland Tarson
0
 Ukraine White-Ra
0
White-Ra Protoss
Terran ThorZaIN
  
  
TBD
 Sweden ThorZaIN
2
 Poland Nerchio
0
Nerchio Zerg
Protoss Socke
 Germany Socke
2
Semifinals
 Sweden NaNiwa
1
NaNiwa Protoss
Zerg Ret
 Netherlands Ret
2
 Sweden ThorZaIN
2
ThorZaIN Terran
Protoss Socke
 Germany Socke
0
Winner's Finals
 Netherlands Ret
2
Ret Zerg
Terran ThorZaIN
  
  
TBA
 Sweden ThorZaIN
0
Loser's Round 1
 Ukraine Strelok
0
Strelok Terran
Terran Tarson
  
  
TBA
 Poland Tarson
2
 Ukraine White-Ra
0
White-Ra Protoss
Zerg Nerchio
 Poland Nerchio
2
Loser's Round 2
 Germany Socke
1
Socke Protoss
Terran Tarson
 Poland Tarson
2
 Sweden NaNiwa
2
NaNiwa Protoss
Zerg Nerchio
  
  
TBD
 Poland Nerchio
0
Loser's Round 3
 Poland Tarson
0
Tarson Terran
Protoss NaNiwa
  
  
TBA
 Sweden NaNiwa
2
Loser's Finals
 Sweden ThorZaIN
1
ThorZaIN Terran
Protoss NaNiwa
 Sweden NaNiwa
2
Grand Finals
 Netherlands Ret
2
Ret Zerg
Protoss NaNiwa
 Sweden NaNiwa
0

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Trivia[edit]

  • One of the few remaining tournaments to use the ladder version of The Shattered Temple where all spawn positions are possible. In both ZvP games that were played on this map the players spawned in the close ground position.

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