IEM Season IX - Toronto/Asian Final Qualifier

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The Asian Final Qualifier for the Intel Extreme Masters: Toronto will allow 2 players to qualify directly into the group stage.

[e][h]IEM Season IX - Toronto: Asian Final Qualifier
League Information
Organizer:
Game Version:
Server:
South Korea
Type:
Online
Format:
Double-elimination bracket
Date:
2014-08-12
Liquipedia Tier:
Links
Player Breakdown
Number of Players:
16
Maps

Information[edit]

  • Players must be at least 16 years of age by August 27th 2014.
  • Hotel and flight cost are paid for in full by ESL for the winners.

Format[edit]

Qualified Players[edit]

Protoss Protoss (1) Terran Terran (1) Zerg Zerg (0)
South Korea Zest
South Korea Flash

Results[edit]

Participants[edit]

Protoss Protoss (7) Terran Terran (3) Zerg Zerg (6)
Qualified through Korean and Taiwan Qualifier (4)
South Korea Super
South Korea Flash
South Korea Sorry
South Korea TY
Qualified through South East Asia Qualifier (2)
Philippines Heartz
India DemiLove
Qualified through Chinese Qualifier (2)
China Jim
China TooDming
Invited (8)
South Korea Zest
South Korea TaeJa1
South Korea soO
South Korea herO
South Korea Life
South Korea Classic
South Korea Jaedong
South Korea Pigbaby
South Korea Revival1

1 TaeJa forfeited and was replaced at the last minute by Revival who was the first player who could be contacted.[1]

Bracket[edit]

Official bracket: http://beta.esl.asia/asia/sc2/masters/iem9toronto_asiafinal/rankings/

Round of 16
 South Korea Revival
2
 Philippines Heartz
0
 China TooDming
1
 South Korea Pigbaby
2
 South Korea herO
2
 South Korea TY
1
 South Korea Super
2
 South Korea Life
0
 South Korea Classic
0
 South Korea Sorry
2
 South Korea Flash
2
 South Korea soO
0
 South Korea Jaedong
0
Jaedong 
 Jim
 China Jim
2
 India DemiLove
0
 South Korea Zest
2
Quarterfinals
 South Korea Revival
1
Revival 
 Pigbaby
 South Korea Pigbaby
2
 South Korea herO
2
 South Korea Super
0
 South Korea Sorry
0
Sorry 
 Flash
 South Korea Flash
2
 China Jim
0
 South Korea Zest
2
Semifinals
 South Korea Pigbaby
2
Pigbaby 
 herO
 South Korea herO
0
 South Korea Flash
0
Flash 
 Zest
 South Korea Zest
2
Winners' Finals
 South Korea Pigbaby
1
 South Korea Zest
2
Losers' Round 1
 South Korea soO
1
 South Korea Classic
2
 India DemiLove
0
DemiLove 
 Jaedong
 South Korea Jaedong
2
 China TooDming
2
 Philippines Heartz
0
 South Korea Life
1
 South Korea TY
2
Losers' Round 2
 South Korea Super
1
 South Korea Classic
2
 South Korea Revival
2
Revival 
 Jaedong
 South Korea Jaedong
0
 China Jim
0
 China TooDming
2
 South Korea Sorry
0
 South Korea TY
2
Losers' Round 3
 South Korea Classic
2
Classic 
 Revival
 South Korea Revival
0
 China TooDming
1
TooDming 
 TY
 South Korea TY
2
Losers' Round 4
 South Korea Flash
2
Flash 
 Classic
 South Korea Classic
1
 South Korea herO
2
 South Korea TY
1
Losers' Semifinals
 South Korea Flash
2
Flash 
 herO
 South Korea herO
0
Losers' Finals
 South Korea Pigbaby
0
Pigbaby 
 Flash
 South Korea Flash
2
Grand Finals
 South Korea Zest
Q
 South Korea Flash
Q

External Links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. @messioso (August 12, 2014). "Revival replaces TaeJa". Twitter.com. Retrieved August 12, 2014.