Gamers Assembly 2011

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[e][h]Gamers Assembly 2011
League Information
Organizer:
Server:
Europe
Type:
Offline
Location:
France France
Format:
1v1, Group stage, then Double-elimination Playoffs
Prize pool:
€5,100 (≃ $7,434.01)
Start Date:
2011-04-22
End Date:
2011-04-25
Liquipedia Tier:
Links
Player Breakdown
Number of Players:
40
Maps

Overview[edit]

The Gamers Assembly is the main offline event held in France every year since 2001. It takes place in the city of Poitiers, in the Futuroscope facility. The 2011 edition featured twelve tournaments :

  • Call of Duty 4 : Modern Warfare
  • Call of Duty 7 : Black Ops
  • Counter-Strike 1.6
  • Counter-Strike Girl
  • Counter-Strike: Source
  • Heroes of Newerth
  • StarCraft II - Main Event
  • StarCraft II - Medion Trophy
  • Super Street Fighter IV
  • Team Fortress 2
  • Trackmania Nation Forever
  • Trackmania United Forever

The main 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 96 contestants, including some famous foreign players like Strelok and HasuObs, as well as the major French players. There was two rounds of group stage, followed by double-elimination playoffs.

Simultaneously, one of the main sponsors, Medion, organized a single-elimination tournament which pitted 16 invites. The Medion Trophy didn't count for the Master Series, and offered a computer worth 1550 EUR to the winner.

Main Tournament[edit]

Main Event Format[edit]

The main tournament included 96 players. During the first round of group stage, 84 of them were placed in 12 groups of 7 players, and played best of one matches. The foreign invites and the French players with the best ranks in Master Series were seeded into the second group stage, which pitted 40 players in best of 3 matches, divided into eight groups of five.

Sixteen players were qualified for a double-elimination playoffs, which was intended to be played in best of 3. Unfortunately, difficulties with battle.net caused the tournament to begin with five hours late. In order to prevent it from ending in the early hours of the next morning, the admins decided that the lower bracket would be played in best of one matches.

Prize Pool[edit]

Converted USD prizes are based on the currency exchange rate (taken from xe.com) on April 25, 2011: 1 EUR = 1.45765 USD.

Fourth to sixth places also received a SSD by Crucial.

First Group Stage[edit]

Second Group Stage[edit]

Group 1 & 2[edit]

Group 1
1. Germany  HasuObs 4-0 8-0
2. France  MiNiMaTh 3-1 6-2
3. France Qwerty 2-2 4-5
4. France Push 1-4 3-6
5. France Heratik 0-4 0-8
Group 2
1. Ukraine  Bly 4-0 8-1
2. France  Stephano 3-1 7-3
3. France FuNKaDeLiC 2-2 4-5
4. Belgium  Reave 1-3 3-6
5. France SwX 0-4 1-8

Group 3 & 4[edit]

Group 3
1. Ukraine  Strelok 4-0 8-0
2. Belgium  Feast 3-1 6-2
3. France  Origine 2-2 4-5
4. France Swilice 1-3 2-7
5. France BsK 0-4 2-8
Group 4
1. France  Laukyo 3-1 7-2
2. Poland  Tarson 3-1 6-3
3. France MaSter 3-1 7-4
4. France Kigal 0-3 1-6
5. France Unity Voix 0-3 0-6

Group 5 & 6[edit]

Group 5
1. France  SarenS 4-0 8-2
2. France  KenZy 3-1 7-4
3. France Monster 2-2 5-5
4. France  KleeneX 1-0 5-6
5. France Bouh 0-4 0-8
Group 6
1. France  FremAN 4-0 8-2
2. France  effecto 2-2 5-4
3. France Zlatan 2-2 4-4
4. France  MoMaN 2-2 5-5
5. France Syde 0-4 1-8

Group 7 & 8[edit]

Group 7
1. France  ToD 4-0 8-0
2. France SonG 3-1 6-2
3. France  BeNSeN 2-2 4-5
4. France  ekSi 1-3 3-6
5. France Vince 0-4 0-8
Group 8
1. France  AureS 4-0 8-1
2. France  Adelscott 3-1 6-4
3. France Lidwyn 2-1 3-4
4. France Tarki 1-3 2-7
5. France Xyris 0-3 3-6

Playoffs[edit]

Round of 16
 Germany HasuObs
1
 France Stephano
2
 France AureS
2
 France SonG
0
 France effecto
1
 France SarenS
2
 France Laukyo
1
 Belgium Feast
2
 Poland Tarson
0
 Ukraine Strelok
2
 France FremAN
1
 France KenZy
2
 France ToD
1
 France Adelscott
2
 Ukraine Bly
1
 France MiNiMaTh
2
Quarterfinals
 France Stephano
1
 France AureS
2
 France SarenS
2
 Belgium Feast
1
 Ukraine Strelok
2
 France KenZy
0
 France Adelscott
2
 France MiNiMaTh
0
Semifinals
 France AureS
2
 France SarenS
0
 Ukraine Strelok
1
 France Adelscott
2
WB Finals • LB Finals
 France AureS
1
 France Adelscott
2
Losers' Round 1
 Germany HasuObs
1
 France SonG
0
 France effecto
0
 France Laukyo
1
 France FremAN
0
 Poland Tarson
1
 France ToD
0
 Ukraine Bly
1
Losers' Round 2
 France MiNiMaTh
0
 Germany HasuObs
1
 France KenZy
1
 France Laukyo
0
 Belgium Feast
0
 Poland Tarson
1
 France Stephano
1
 Ukraine Bly
0
Losers' Round 3
 Germany HasuObs
1
 France KenZy
0
 Poland Tarson
1
 France Stephano
0
Losers' Round 4
 France SarenS
0
 Germany HasuObs
1
 Ukraine Strelok
1
 Poland Tarson
0
Losers' Semifinals
 Germany HasuObs
1
 Ukraine Strelok
0
Losers' Finals
 France AureS
1
 Germany HasuObs
0
Gamers Assembly Finals
 France Adelscott
2
 France AureS
1

Medion Trophy[edit]

Medion Trophy Format[edit]

Medion trophy was a sixteen invited players, single-elimination bracket. The winner earned a computer worth 1550 EUR.

Invites[edit]

Protoss (5) Terran (5) Zerg (6)
France  Adelscott France  AureS France  BeNSeN
Belgium  Feast France  Laukyo Ukraine  Bly
France  FremAN France  SarenS France  KenZy
Germany  HasuObs Ukraine  Strelok France  MoMaN
France  ToD Poland  Tarson France Qwerty
France  Stephano

Bracket[edit]

Round of 16
 Poland Tarson
2
 France Qwerty
1
 France Adelscott
1
 France FremAN
2
 Germany HasuObs
2
 France KenZy
0
 France ToD
1
 France AureS
2
 France Stephano
2
 France Laukyo
0
 France SarenS
2
 Belgium Feast
0
 Ukraine Bly
0
 Ukraine Strelok
2
 France BeNSeN
2
 France MoMaN
0
Quarterfinals
 Poland Tarson
2
 France FremAN
1
 Germany HasuObs
2
 France AureS
0
 France Stephano
2
 France SarenS
0
 Ukraine Strelok
2
 France BeNSeN
0
Semifinals
 Poland Tarson
0
 Germany HasuObs
2
 France Stephano
2
 Ukraine Strelok
1
Finals
 Germany HasuObs
2
 France Stephano
1

See Also[edit]