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
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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)
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South Korea Zest
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South Korea Flash

Results[edit]

Participants[edit]

Protoss Protoss (7) Terran Terran (3) Zerg Zerg (6)
Qualified through Korean and Taiwan Qualifier (4)
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South Korea Super
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South Korea Flash
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South Korea Sorry
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South Korea TY
Qualified through South East Asia Qualifier (2)
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Philippines Heartz
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India DemiLove
Qualified through Chinese Qualifier (2)
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China Jim
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China TooDming
Invited (8)
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South Korea Zest
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South Korea TaeJa1
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South Korea soO
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South Korea herO
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South Korea Life
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South Korea Classic
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South Korea Jaedong
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South Korea Pigbaby
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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 Zicon small.png
Picon small.png Jim
 China Jim
2
 India DemiLove
0
 South Korea Zest
2
Quarterfinals
 South Korea Revival
1
Revival Zicon small.png
Picon small.png Pigbaby
 South Korea Pigbaby
2
 South Korea herO
2
 South Korea Super
0
 South Korea Sorry
0
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Ticon small.png Flash
 South Korea Flash
2
 China Jim
0
 South Korea Zest
2
Semifinals
 South Korea Pigbaby
2
Pigbaby Picon small.png
Picon small.png herO
 South Korea herO
0
 South Korea Flash
0
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Picon small.png 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 Zicon small.png
Zicon small.png 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 Zicon small.png
Zicon small.png 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
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Zicon small.png Revival
 South Korea Revival
0
 China TooDming
1
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Ticon small.png TY
 South Korea TY
2
Losers' Round 4
 South Korea Flash
2
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 South Korea Classic
1
 South Korea herO
2
 South Korea TY
1
Losers' Semifinals
 South Korea Flash
2
Flash Ticon small.png
Picon small.png herO
 South Korea herO
0
Losers' Finals
 South Korea Pigbaby
0
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Ticon small.png 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.