IEM Season VII - World Championship

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[e][h]IEM Season VII - World Championship
League Information
Organizer:
Game Version:
Server:
Beta
Type:
Offline
Location:
Germany Hanover
Format:
1v1, Group Stage,
Single-elimination Playoffs
Prize pool:
$100,000
Start Date:
2013-03-05
End Date:
2013-03-09
Liquipedia Tier:
Links
Winners
South Korea  YoDa
South Korea  First
South Korea  Mvp
South Korea  YongHwa
Player Breakdown
Number of Players:
24
8
6
10
Maps
Chronology

IEM Season VII - World Championship is the final event of the Intel Extreme Masters Season 7. It takes place at CeBIT in Hanover, Germany.

Overview[edit]

The all-star lineup for StarCraft II features 24 players who qualified through IEM Season VII events. They will be fighting for a share of a $100,000 prize pool along with the championship title and trophy.

Prize Pool[edit]

Offering $100,000 spread among all players as follows:

Format[edit]

  • Group Stage:
    • Group Stage consists of 24 players who qualified through IEM Season VII events.
    • Each group consist of 6 players.
  • 1st place advances directly to the Quarterfinals.
  • 2nd and 3rd places advance to the Round of 12.
  • Playoffs:
    • Single-elimination playoffs for the top 12 players.
  • Round of 12, Quarterfinals and Semifinals are best-of-five.
  • Finals are best-of-seven.

Participants[edit]

Protoss Protoss (8) Terran Terran (6) Zerg Zerg (10)
South Korea MC
South Korea Mvp
Poland Nerchio
Netherlands Grubby
South Korea Sting
Norway Snute
South Korea YongHwa
Ukraine Kas
Russia sLivko
Germany Socke
South Korea Dream
Spain VortiX
Germany HasuObs
Spain LucifroN
Netherlands Ret
South Korea First
South Korea YoDa*
Germany TLO
Poland MaNa
Germany XlorD
South Korea PartinG
South Korea viOLet
South Korea Golden
France Stephano

* Symbol is unable to attend. YoDa replaces him.

Results[edit]

Group Stage[edit]

Group Stage - Group A[edit]

March 5th, 2013 09:30 CET:

preview lrthread Recap Group A
1. South Korea  YongHwa 5-0 10-1
2. South Korea  PartinG 4-1 9-3
3. Poland  Nerchio 3-2 6-5
4. Germany  HasuObs 1-4 4-8
5. Russia  sLivko 1-4 3-9
6. Spain  LucifroN 1-4 3-9

Group Stage - Group B[edit]

March 5th, 2013 09:30 CET:

preview lrthread Recap Group B
1. South Korea  YoDa 4-1 9-4
2. Netherlands  Ret 4-1 8-3
3. South Korea  First 4-1 8-5
4. South Korea  MC 2-3 6-7
5. Ukraine  Kas 1-4 4-9
6. Germany  XlorD 0-5 3-10

Group Stage - Group C[edit]

March 6th, 2013 09:30 CET:

preview lrthread Recap Group C
1. South Korea  viOLet 5-0 10-3
2. Poland  MaNa 4-1 8-5
3. South Korea  Sting 3-2 8-4
4. Germany  Socke 2-3 5-6
5. Spain  VortiX 1-4 3-8
6. Norway  Snute 0-5 2-10

Group Stage - Group D[edit]

March 7th, 2013 09:30 CET:

preview lrthread Recap Group D
1. South Korea  Mvp 5-0 10-2
2. South Korea  Dream 4-1 9-4
3. France  Stephano 3-2 7-6
4. South Korea  Golden 1-4 6-8
5. Netherlands  Grubby 1-4 3-9
6. Germany  TLO 1-4 2-8


Key
Matches Won-Lost | Games Won-Lost
Advance to Quarterfinals
Advances to Round of 12
Fate not yet determined
Eliminated


Playoffs[edit]

Bracket[edit]

Round of 12 (Bo5)
 Poland Nerchio
2
Nerchio 
 MaNa
 Poland MaNa
3
 South Korea PartinG
3
PartinG 
 Stephano
 France Stephano
1
 South Korea Sting
1
Sting 
 Ret
 Netherlands Ret
3
 South Korea Dream
1
Dream 
 First
 South Korea First
3
Quarterfinals (Bo5)
 South Korea Mvp
3
Mvp 
 MaNa
March 8th 2013
 Poland MaNa
0
 South Korea YoDa
3
YoDa 
 PartinG
 South Korea PartinG
2
 South Korea YongHwa
3
YongHwa 
 Ret
 Netherlands Ret
0
 South Korea viOLet
1
viOLet 
 First
 South Korea First
3
Semifinals (Bo5)
 South Korea Mvp
2
Mvp 
 YoDa
 South Korea YoDa
3
 South Korea YongHwa
0
YongHwa 
 First
 South Korea First
3
Finals (Bo7)
 South Korea YoDa
4
 South Korea First
0

Racial Distribution[edit]

  Protoss TerranZergRandom
Round of 24
8610
Round of 12
444
Quarterfinals
422
Semifinals
22
Finals
11
Winner
1

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