Azerty Party 2010
The Azerty Party 10 is one of the main offline events held in France. It takes place in the city of Pau. The 2011 edition featured three tournaments:
- Counter Strike 1.6
- Female Counter Strike 1.6
- StarCraft 2
The StarCraft II tournament was counting for the French Master Series 2010/2011, which lead to the qualification for Electronic Sports World Cup 2011. There was 80 contestants, including all the major French players. There was a group stage, followed by double-elimination playoffs.
During the first round of group stage, the 80 players were placed in 16 groups of 4 and 5 players, and played best of three matches. There was then double-elimination playoffs, played in best of three.
|Place||$ USD||€ EUR||Player||Team|
- First place receives €630 (~$875.54) worth of hardware
- Second place receives €400 (~$555.90) worth of hardware
- Third place receives €230 (~$319.64) worth of hardware
Converted USD prizes are based on the currency exchange rate (taken from xe.com) on November 1, 2010: 1 EUR = 1.38974 USD.