SK Trophy March

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SK Trophy March
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League Information
Organizer: SK Gaming
Sponsor: Steelseries
Kingston
Server: Europe
Event Type: Online
Country Europe Europe
Format: Single Elimination
Prize pool: $1,000
Start Date: 2012-03-23
End Date: 2012-03-24
Links: Website
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Overview

The SK Trophy March is the first tournament organised by SK Gaming, and sponsored by Steelseries and Kingston. 16 Teams will battle it out for a $1,000 prize-pool.

Format

  • 16 Teams
  • Single Elimination

Prize pool

Offering $1,000 spread among the top 2 teams as follows:

Place Prize Team
Gold.png 1st $700 Europe Natus Vincere
Silver.png 2nd $300 Europe FnaticRC

Participants

North America (1) Europe (15)
North America Team SoloMid Europe SK Gaming Europe WinFakt Germany ESC Gaming
Europe FnaticRC Europe Natus Vincere Netherlands Western Wolves
Spain x6tence France Millenium Italy Airborne Gaming
Europe Classy Gaming Netherlands LowLandLions Russia Moscow Five
Russia mousesports Ukraine Power Gamers Finland TCM Gaming

Results

  Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                             
 Russia Moscow Five -
 France Millenium W
 France Millenium 2
 Spain x6tence 1
 Ukraine Power Gamers 0
 Spain x6tence 1
 France Millenium 0
 Europe FnaticRC 2
 Europe FnaticRC 1
 Netherlands LowLandLions 0
 Europe FnaticRC 2
 Finland TCM Gaming 0
 North America Team SoloMid 0
 Finland TCM Gaming 1
 Europe FnaticRC 0
 Europe Natus Vincere 2
 Europe Natus Vincere 1
 Russia mousesports 0
 Europe Natus Vincere 2
 Netherlands Western Wolves 0
 Italy Airborne Gaming 0
 Netherlands Western Wolves 1
 Europe Natus Vincere 2
 Germany ESC Gaming 1
 Europe Classy Gaming 0
 Germany ESC Gaming 1
 Germany ESC Gaming 2
 Europe SK Gaming 1
 Europe SK Gaming W
 Europe WinFakt -

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