ESL Pro Series Germany/Spring 2013

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ESL Pro Series Germany Spring 2013
Eps.png
League Information
Organizer: ESL
RaidCall
Sponsor: SteelSeries
SmartChecker
gamed!de Gameserver
Kaspersky Lab
Server: Europe
Event Type: Online/Offline
Country Germany Germany
Format: Groups + Playoffs
Prize pool: 10,300 €
Start Date: 2013-02-18
End Date: 2013-05-12
Links: Website
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The Spring Season of the ESL Pro Series Germany (EPS) is a German LoL League organized by the Electronic Sports League.

Overview

Format

  • Group Stage
    • One group of 12 teams
    • Round robin best of one
    • First and second place advance to Semi-Finals
    • Third, fourth, fifth and sixth place advance to Quarter-Finals
  • Playoffs
    • Best of three
    • Single Elimination
  • Relegation
    • Best of three
    • Double Elimination

Prize Pool

A total of 10,300 € (7,100 € prize pool + 3,200 € compensation for travel expenses) is spread among the players as seen below:

Place Prize Team
Gold.png 1st 4,300 € ESClogo std.png ESC Gaming
Silver.png 2nd 2,600 € NFacultyLogo std.png n!faculty
Bronze.png 3rd 1,900 € SForgelogo std.png Team Server-Forge
Copper.png 4th 1,500 € MyRlogo std.png myRevenge

Participants

Germany (12)
Logixlogo std.png logiX StofftiereLogo std.png Stofftiere Online ESClogo std.png ESC Gaming VinationLogo std.png Vination eSports
Peculiarlogo std.png peculiar gaming Gameddelogo std.png Team GAMED.DE MyRlogo std.png myRevenge Mousesportlogo std.png mousesports
NuBreedLogo std.png nuBreed CPLAYLogo std.png COREPLAY SForgelogo std.png Team Server-Forge12 NFacultyLogo std.png n!faculty

1 SNOGARD Dragons replaced dotpiXels
2 Team Server-Forge acquires roster of SNOGARD Dragons during the playoffs

Results

Group Stage

February 18th - March 25th

Ranking
1. ESClogo std.png ESC Gaming 9-1 27
2. SNOGARDDragonslogo std.png SNOGARD Dragons 8-2 24
3. CPLAYLogo std.png COREPLAY 7-3 21
4. Mousesportlogo std.png mousesports 5-5 15
4. MyRlogo std.png myRevenge 5-5 15
4. NFacultyLogo std.png n!faculty 5-5 15
4. Peculiarlogo std.png peculiar gaming 5-5 15
8. Logixlogo std.png logiX 4-6 12
9. StofftiereLogo std.png Stofftiere Online 3-7 9
9. VinationLogo std.png Vination eSports 3-7 9
11. NuBreedLogo std.png nuBreed 1-9 3
12. Gameddelogo std.png Team GAMED.DE1 0-0 0

1 Team gamed!de was disqualified for using unauthorized players[1]

Playoffs

April 15th - May 12th

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                     
  ESClogo std.png ESC 2
  MyRlogo std.png myR 2
  MyRlogo std.png myR 1
  Mousesportlogo std.png mouz 1
  ESClogo std.png ESC 2
  NFacultyLogo std.png n! 0
3rd place match
  SForgelogo std.png sForge 1
  CPLAYLogo std.png CPLAY 0   MyRlogo std.png myR 0
  NFacultyLogo std.png n! 2
  NFacultyLogo std.png n! 2   SForgelogo std.png sForge 2

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External Links

Additional Coverage

References

  1. Team GAMED!DE disqualifiziert (German) esl.eu