World Cyber Games 2011: Qualifiers

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Any nation could send up to three players for any individual (1v1) game and up to two teams for any team game. This is the only restriction directly imposed by WCG, with the only other restriction being expense. Some nations may have more funding available and some may choose to concentrate more players into fewer games; it is the respective national organizer's prerogative.[1]

Nations[edit]

Each nation held its own national qualifier. Both the format used in the qualifier and the number of players sent to WCG are listed below. For detailed information about a qualifier, click the respective country's name.

Argentina Argentina[edit]

The overall winner (Capoch) moved onto the grand finals.

Qualified Players
Argentina Protoss Capoch

Australia Australia[edit]

  • Australia first held 4 pre-qualifying events (Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne and Brisbane), and then held one final national qualifier at the EB Expo (on the Gold Coast) on October 15th and 16th. The overall winner (mOOnGLaDe) moved onto the grand finals.
Qualified Players
Australia Zerg mOOnGLaDe

Austria Austria[edit]

  • Austria first held four pre-qualifying online tournaments and then held one final national qualifier, with the overall winner (xEi) moving onto the grand finals.
Qualified Players
Austria Protoss xEi

Brazil Brazil[edit]

The overall winner (ReasoN) moved onto the grand finals.

Qualified Players
Brazil Zerg ReasoN

Bulgaria Bulgaria[edit]

  • Bulgaria held a two day qualifying tournament during On!Fest 2011, with the winner (Splendour) moving onto the grand finals.
Qualified player
Bulgaria Splendour

Chile Chile[edit]

  • Chile held a national qualifier with 16 of its top players, with the winner (KiLLeR) moving onto the grand finals.
Qualified players
Chile Zerg KiLLeR

China China[edit]

Qualified Players
China Zerg XiGua
China Zerg F91
China Protoss MacSed

Croatia Croatia[edit]

  • Croatia held its national qualifier in its capital city of Zagreb on November 12th, 2011. Forty-two players participated in the qualifier, with the winner (Ptak) and runner-up (Deny) moving onto the grand finals.
Qualified players
Croatia Zerg Ptak
Croatia Terran Deny

Finland Finland[edit]

  • Finland held its national qualifier at Assembly Summer 2011 with 16 of Finland's top players. The winner (Welmu) and runner-up (elfi) moved onto the grand finals.
Qualified players
Finland Protoss Welmu
Finland Protoss elfi

France France[edit]

  • France first held eight qualifier events, with the winner of each qualifier moving onto the WCG French National Qualifier. The overall winner of the national finals (ToD) moved onto the grand finals.
  • The winner of the French National Qualifier will represent France in the World Cyber Games 2011.
Qualified players
France Protoss ToD

Germany Germany[edit]

  • The national qualifier was held at Gamescom Cologne with 16 of Germany's top players. The top three players from this qualifier (DarKFoRcE, Socke, and GoOdy) moved onto the grand finals.
Qualified players
Germany Zerg DarKFoRcE
Germany Protoss Socke
Germany Terran GoOdy

Kazakhstan Kazakhstan[edit]

  • Kazakhstan held its national qualifier in its capital city of Alma-Ata on November 26th, 2011. Twenty players participated in the qualifier, with the winner (MasterOK) moving onto the grand finals.
Qualified players
Kazakhstan Protoss MasterOK

Norway Norway[edit]

  • Norway held its qualifying tournament at the ByLAN 2011 LAN event in Bergen, NO, with the winner (Snute) moving onto the grand finals.
Qualified Players
Norway Zerg Snute

Peru Peru[edit]

  • Peru held four offline qualifier events as well as an online qualifier event to determine the players in the WCG Peru National Finals. It should be noted that Fenix qualified for the National Finals without participating in these events due to his status as "Defending Champion" (WCG 2009 champion in StarCraft: Brood War). Sixteen players in total competed in the national finals in Lima, with the winner (Fenix) moving onto the grand finals.
Qualified Players
Peru Terran Fenix

Poland Poland[edit]

  • Poland held four online tournaments to determine the eight players that would compete in the Polish National Finals, with the overall winner (Nerchio) moving onto the grand finals. It should be noted that the winner (Nerchio) and the runner-up (SLiDeR) represented Poland in the Samsung European Championship 2011.
Qualified player
Poland Zerg Nerchio

Russia Russia[edit]

  • Russia held thirteen different qualifier events for its national finals, where a total of 28 players participated. The top three players from its national finals (Happy, Aristeo, and TitaN) moved onto the grand finals.
Qualified Players
Russia Terran Happy
Russia Zerg Aristeo
Russia Protoss TitaN

Singapore Singapore[edit]

  • Singapore qualifiers were played during The Games Xpo at 10th September with 64 participants.
Qualified Players
Singapore Zerg nirvAnA

Sweden Sweden[edit]

  • Sweden held two different qualifiers, with the winner from each qualifier (MorroW and Cytoplasm, respectively) moving onto the grand finals.
Qualified Players
Sweden Zerg MorroW
Sweden Zerg Cytoplasm

South Korea South Korea[edit]

  • Korea held a qualifier consisting of 24 groups, each with six to seven players. From this qualifier, 24 players advanced to the national finals, joined by eight players that were invited via pre-selection. The top three players from the national finals (Mvp, MarineKing, and SuperNova) moved onto the grand finals.
Qualified Players
South Korea Terran Mvp
South Korea Terran MarineKing
South Korea Terran SuperNova

Taiwan Taiwan[edit]

  • Taiwan held a national qualifier for its top players, with the winner (Sen) moving onto the grand finals.
Qualified players
Taiwan Zerg Sen

Ukraine Ukraine[edit]

  • The Ukrainian SC2 qualifiers consisted of seven different regional LAN-tournaments as well as two online tournaments. The national finals were comprised of the winners from the LAN tournaments (with the Kiev LAN getting two spots) as well as the top four players from each online tournament, making a total of 16 players. The winner (Kas) and runner-up (Strelok) represented Ukraine in the grand finals, with the third place finisher (DIMAGA) receiving entry to the grand finals but no financial support for his flight or accommodations.
Qualified Players
Ukraine Terran Kas
Ukraine Terran Strelok
Ukraine Zerg DIMAGA

United Kingdom United Kingdom[edit]

  • The UK held its qualifying tournament, with 32 players participating, at the Multiplay UK i43 LAN event in Telford, UK. The winner (BlinG) moved onto the grand finals.
Qualified Players
United Kingdom Protoss BlinG

USA United States[edit]

  • United States held eight qualifier events for the national finals, with up to three players from the national finals qualifying for the grand finals. However, monetary problems with sending winners to Korea doomed the national finals to oblivion, and only IdrA participated in the grand finals.
Qualified Players
USA Zerg IdrA

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