2012 StarCraft II World Championship Series: Brazil Nationals

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[e][h]2012 World Championship Series: Brazil Nationals
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League Information
Server:
Latin America
Type:
Offline
Location:
Brazil Brazil
Format:
1v1, Double-elimination
Prize pool:
$10 000
Start Date:
2012-05-05
End Date:
2012-05-06
Liquipedia Tier:
Links
Winners
Brazil Picon small.png Potiguar
Brazil Zicon small.png Tunico
Brazil Zicon small.png Naxx
Brazil Picon small.png Levin
Player Breakdown
Number of Players:
16
Picon small.png 6
Ticon small.png 3
Zicon small.png 7
Maps

The 2012 StarCraft II World Championship Series: Brazil Nationals is a StarCraft II tournament hosted by Blizzard for 16 players from Brazil. The top 6 players will qualify to the South America Finals.

About[edit]

The 2012 StarCraft II World Championship Series: Brazil Nationals will be the next South American stop on the 2012 StarCraft II World Championship Series and will be held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil from May 5 to May 6, 2012. It will feature 16 players with a prize pool of $TBA and seeds to the WCS South America Finals later this year. English broadcasting will be provided by Grubby, HasuObs, and Kaelaris.

Format[edit]

  • Double-elimination
  • All rounds best-of-three.
  • In the Grand Finals, the player coming from the Lower Bracket has to win two best-of-three series.

Map Pool[edit]

Prize Pool[edit]

An $10,000 prize pool and six paid trips to the 2012 StarCraft II World Championship Series South America Finals is spread among the players as seen below.


Qualifiers[edit]

* The ESL Qualifier #2 was canceled due to technical problems on the Brazilian ESL web-site. In order to replace this qualifier, the ESL has created an extra qualifier.[1] In this extra qualifier, after some investigations the ESL and the tournament administration made the decision to ban the following players for "smurfing" during the qualifiers: ReasoN (Qualifier #1), DakkoN (Qualifier #4), Spectro (Qualifier Extra) and Moska (Qualifier Extra).[2][3] To fill in the available spots after the ban, the tournament administration and ESL created a new qualifier.[4]

Participants[edit]

Protoss Protoss (6) Terran Terran (3) Zerg Zerg (7)
Brazil Potiguar Brazil Despiron Brazil uNreal
Brazil Levin Brazil coolZb Brazil Fortune
Brazil Akhee Brazil Allvini Brazil Tunico
Brazil Falk Brazil Shakti
Brazil kelseN Brazil AbuZerg
Brazil HollyOPK Brazil ToXiC
Brazil Naxx

Results[edit]

Bracket[edit]

Round of 16
 Brazil Akhee
2
 Brazil AllVini
0
 Brazil Shakti
2
 Brazil ToXiC
1
 Brazil Potiguar
2
 Brazil kelseN
0
 Brazil AbuZerG
0
 Brazil Fortune
2
 Brazil Tunico
1
 Brazil Naxx
2
 Brazil Despiron
0
 Brazil HollyOPK
2
 Brazil Falk
2
 Brazil coolZb
0
 Brazil uNreal
0
 Brazil Levin
2
Quarterfinals
 Brazil Akhee
2
 Brazil Shakti
0
 Brazil Potiguar
2
 Brazil Fortune
1
 Brazil Naxx
2
 Brazil HollyOPK
0
 Brazil Falk
2
 Brazil Levin
1
Semifinals
 Brazil Akhee
1
 Brazil Potiguar
2
 Brazil Naxx
2
 Brazil Falk
0
Winners' Finals
 Brazil Potiguar
2
 Brazil Naxx
0
Losers' Round 1
 Brazil Despiron
0
 Brazil Tunico
2
 Brazil uNreal
2
 Brazil coolZb
0
 Brazil AllVini
2
 Brazil ToXiC
0
 Brazil AbuZerG
2
 Brazil Kelsen
0
Losers' Round 2
 Brazil Fortune
1
 Brazil Tunico
2
 Brazil Shakti
2
 Brazil uNreal
0
 Brazil Levin
2
 Brazil AllVini
1
 Brazil HollyOPK
0
 Brazil AbuZerG
2
Losers' Round 3
 Brazil Tunico
2
 Brazil Shakti
0
 Brazil Levin
2
 Brazil AbuZerG
0
Losers' Round 4
 Brazil Falk
1
 Brazil Tunico
2
 Brazil Akhee
0
 Brazil Levin
2
Losers' Semifinals
 Brazil Tunico
2
 Brazil Levin
1
Losers' Finals
 Brazil Naxx
1
 Brazil Tunico
2
Grand Finals
 Brazil Potiguar
1
2
 Brazil Tunico
2
1

Match Summary[edit]

Racial Distribution[edit]

  Protoss TerranZergRandom
Round of 16
637
Round of 12
516
Round of 8
44
Round of 6
42
Round of 4
22
Round of 3
12
Grand Finals
11
Winner
1

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See Also[edit]

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