BlizzCon 2011 StarCraft II Invitational

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BlizzCon 2011 StarCraft II Invitational
League Information
Series: BlizzCon
Organizer: Blizzard
Sponsor: Blizzard Entertainment
Mountain Dew
Game Version: Wings of Liberty Patch 1.4.1
Server: North America
Event Type: Offline
Location: United States USA
City: Anaheim
Format: Double-elimination
Prize pool: $85,000
Start Date: 2011-10-21
End Date: 2011-10-22
Liquipedia Tier: Premier
South Korea Terran Mvp
South Korea Zerg NesTea
Taiwan Zerg Sen
Sweden Protoss NaNiwa
Player Breakdown
Number of Players: 16
Protoss 2   Terran 5   Zerg 9   
Abyssal Caverns • Antiga Shipyard • Shakuras Plateau • The Shattered Temple • Xel'Naga Caverns
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The Blizzcon 2011 StarCraft II Invitational was held at Blizzard's BlizzCon 2011 event alongside the GSL October Finals. 16 players from eight regions who qualified went to Anaheim, California to decide the 2011 BlizzCon champion.




Prize pool[edit]

Place Prize ID Team
1st $50,000 South Korea Terran Mvp Incredible Miracle Incredible Miracle
2nd $25,000 South Korea Zerg NesTea Incredible Miracle Incredible Miracle
3rd $10,000 Taiwan Zerg Sen Gama Bears Gama Bears


  • Most players Qualified through Blizzard Invitationals.
  • Korean invitees were selected based on points won in GSL tournaments.[1]
  • The 2 Chinese players are substitutes due to Visa problems of the 2 originally qualified players. See the Visa Issues column below. [2]
Qualified Players
North America Europe South Korea Taiwan Southeast Asia Latin America China * Eastern Europe
South Korea Terran SeleCT Netherlands Zerg Ret South Korea Zerg NesTea Taiwan Zerg Sen Australia Zerg mOOnGLaDe Mexico Terran MajOr China Terran Loner Ukraine Zerg DIMAGA
USA Zerg Sheth Sweden Protoss NaNiwa South Korea Terran Mvp Taiwan Protoss Nifi New Zealand Zerg JazBas Chile Zerg KiLLeR China Zerg TooDming Russia Terran Brat_OK

* See Chinese visa issues below.

Chinese visa Issues[edit]

  • Unfortunately the players qualified through the Chinese Invitational, China Zerg XiGua and China Zerg Uhen, were unable to participate due to visa issues.
  • On October 9th, it is reported that two substitutes, China Zerg TooDming and China Terran Loner, acquired their visa and will be the 2 Chinese representatives.

Korean Invitees[edit]

The 2011 Korean Invitational was planned to be the StarCraft 2 invitational type tournament hosted by Blizzard for the top 8 players from the South Korean region. The winners would qualify to the 2011 StarCraft II Global Invitational at BlizzCon 2011. However, due to the prevalence of the GSL for South Korean players it was decided that the top players based on GSL points would be invited since holding a separate tournament to determine the best South Korean would be redundant.[3]

Place ID GSL Points Team
1st   South Korea Zerg NesTea 12700 Incredible Miracle IM
2nd   South Korea Terran Mvp 11104 Incredible Miracle IM

GSL October Finals[edit]

The GSL October Finals took place at BlizzCon, therefore being the first GSL event to take place outside Korea. Click here for details

Brood War Invites[edit]

It was announced on October 18th that four Brood War pro gamers, Bisu, Jaedong, JangBi, and FanTaSy, would be going to Blizzcon for exhibition matches. It was unknown as to whether or not they will be promoting Brood War, StarCraft II, or both, however, it was later revealed that they had no scheduled matches,[4] and that they were invited alongside a KeSPA representative to observe the foreign SC2 scene.[5]

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