2013 MLG Spring Championship

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2013 MLG Spring Championship
League Information
Organizer: Major League Gaming
Game Version: Heart of the Swarm Patch 2.0.9
Server: North America
Event Type: Offline
Location: United States USA
Format: Double-elimination bracket
Prize pool: $25,000
Start Date: 2013-06-28
End Date: 2013-06-30
Links: Website
Winners
South Korea Terran Polt
South Korea Zerg HyuN
South Korea Protoss HerO
Sweden Protoss NaNiwa
Player Breakdown
Number of Players: 126
Protoss 41   Terran 39   Zerg 43   Random 3
Maps
Akilon Wastes • Bel'Shir Vestige • Derelict Watcher • Frost • Korhal Sky Island • Neo Planet S • Whirlwind
Chronology
 Winter Championship 2013 Winter Championship 2013


The 2013 MLG Pro Circuit Spring Championship is held in Anaheim, California, from June 28-30. It is the second championship event in the 2013 MLG Pro Circuit. The event will be casted by djWHEAT, Day9, TotalBiscuit, Axeltoss, and Axslav.

Overview[edit]

Axeltoss and djWHEAT on the new casting desk on the main stage

Location[edit]

  • Anaheim, California
  • Anaheim Convention Center

Prize pool[edit]

$25,000 and 3,600 WCS Points are spread among the players as seen below:[1]

Place Prize (USD) WCS Points ID Team
1st $10,000 +750 South Korea Terran Polt CM Storm CM Storm
2nd $6,000 +450 South Korea Zerg HyuN Quantic Gaming Quantic Gaming
3rd/4th $3,000 +300 South Korea Protoss HerO Team Liquid Team Liquid
$3,000 +300 Sweden Protoss NaNiwa Alliance Alliance

Format[edit]

  • 128-player, double-elimination open bracket[2]

Participants[edit]

Protoss Protoss Terran Terran Zerg Zerg Random Random/Race-picker
Notable Open Bracket Signups
USA NonY
ROOT Gaming
USA Theognis
Team Nv
Australia mOOnGLaDe
Denial eSports
USA KawaiiRice
ROOT Gaming
USA puCK
ROOT Gaming
Canada Drewbie
ROOT Gaming
Peru CatZ
Denial eSports
New Zealand Tilea
ROOT Gaming
South Korea Sage
Quantic Gaming
South Korea Apocalypse
ROOT Gaming
Canada Kane
ROOT Gaming
Sweden Xyz
Evil Geniuses
United Kingdom DeMusliM
ROOT Gaming
South Korea YugiOh
ROOT Gaming
USA Minigun
Clarity Gaming
South Korea Dragon
ROOT Gaming
USA ViBE
FXOpen e-Sports
Canada desRow
Axiom
South Korea Heart
CompLexity Gaming
Canada FireZerg
Team Grubby
Netherlands Grubby
USA flo
StarTale
South Korea Golden
Fnatic
USA hellokitty
Mousesports
USA Illusion
CompLexity Gaming
Canada hendralisk
Team Liquid
South Korea HerO
CompLexity Gaming
USA qxc
Quantic Gaming
South Korea HyuN
Evil Geniuses
Canada HuK
CM Storm
South Korea Polt
FXOpen e-Sports
South Korea JKS
[3]
Quantic Gaming
South Korea HwangSin
South Korea SeleCT
Quantic Gaming
USA MaSsan
Evil Geniuses
USA iNcontroL
FXOpen e-Sports
South Korea sC
[3]
Quantic Gaming
Canada Ostojiy
Canada MaximusBlack
StarTale
South Korea Sound
CompLexity Gaming
USA Sasquatch
Alliance
Sweden NaNiwa
CompLexity Gaming
USA TriMaster
Under Rated
USA Spanishiwa
Fnatic
Sweden SaSe
CompLexity Gaming
South Korea TheStC
Evil Geniuses
USA Suppy
Clarity Gaming
USA Shew
Evil Geniuses
Sweden ThorZaIN
USA LzGaMeR
USA State
Evil Geniuses
USA Xenocider
Brazil Tunico
Infinity Seven
Canada TubbyTheFat
Team oGaming
USA RuFF
FXOpen e-Sports
USA AuRora
Quantic Gaming
USA Bubbles
Infinity Seven
USA binski
Evil Geniuses
South Korea Jaedong
Mexico Cham
Sent to Open Bracket via KeSPA Qualifiers (3)
KT Rolster
South Korea Stats
SK Telecom T1
South Korea soO
STX SouL
South Korea Dear

Results[edit]

Early Rounds[edit]

Winners Bracket
Losers Bracket

Final Bracket[edit]

 
Winners Round 5
 South Korea HerO
2
HerO Protoss
Protoss Sage
Recap
 South Korea Sage
1
 South Korea Sound
1
Sound Terran
Zerg HyuN
Recap
 South Korea HyuN
2
Winners Round 6
 South Korea HerO
1
HerO Protoss
Zerg HyuN
Recap
 South Korea HyuN
2
Losers Round 7
 Sweden SaSe
2
SaSe Protoss
Zerg YugiOh
Recap
 South Korea YugiOh
0
 South Korea soO
2
soO Zerg
Terran Heart
Recap
 South Korea Heart
0
Losers Round 8
 South Korea Sound
2
Sound Terran
Protoss SaSe
Recap
 Sweden SaSe
0
 South Korea Sage
2
Sage Protoss
Zerg soO
Recap
 South Korea soO
1
Losers Round 9
 South Korea Sound
2
Sound Terran
Protoss Sage
Recap
 South Korea Sage
0
Losers Round 10
 South Korea HerO
2
HerO Protoss
Terran Sound
Recap
 South Korea Sound
0
Semifinals
 South Korea HyuN
4
HyuN Zerg
Protoss HerO
Recap
 South Korea HerO
1
 
Winners Round 5
 Sweden NaNiwa
0
NaNiwa Protoss
Terran Polt
Recap
 South Korea Polt
2
 South Korea Dear
2
Dear Protoss
Zerg Jaedong
Recap
 South Korea Jaedong
0
Winners Round 6
 South Korea Polt
2
Polt Terran
Protoss Dear
Recap
 South Korea Dear
0
Losers Round 7
 South Korea Stats
2
Stats Protoss
Protoss HuK
Recap
 Canada HuK
1
 South Korea TheStC
2
TheStC Terran
Terran qxc
Recap
 USA qxc
0
Losers Round 8
 South Korea Jaedong
2
Jaedong Zerg
Protoss Stats
Recap
 South Korea Stats
0
 Sweden NaNiwa
2
NaNiwa Protoss
Terran TheStC
Recap
 South Korea TheStC
0
Losers Round 9
 South Korea Jaedong
0
Jaedong Zerg
Protoss NaNiwa
Recap
 Sweden NaNiwa
2
Losers Round 10
 South Korea Dear
0
Dear Protoss
Protoss NaNiwa
Recap
 Sweden NaNiwa
2
 South Korea Polt
4
Polt Terran
Protoss NaNiwa
Recap
 Sweden NaNiwa
1
Grand Finals
 South Korea HyuN
2
 South Korea Polt
3
Extended Series rule:
Players who have met before play a best-of-seven series starting with the results from previous meeting.

Racial distribution[edit]

  Protoss TerranZergRandom
Round of 126
4139433
Round of 64
2220202
Round of 32
1110101
Round of 16
754
Round of 8
422
Round of 4
211
Grand Finals
11
Winner
1

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. MLG Spring Championship 2013 Burkhart, Eric, 28 June 2013. Day9.tv, accessed on 29 June 2013.
  2. StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm Spring Season Details. "Camber", 31 May 2013. Major League Gaming, accessed on 29 June 2013
  3. 3.0 3.1 antvolt (June 20, 2013). "Confirmed Players at the MLG Spring Championship". Teamliquid.net. Retrieved June 20, 2013.

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