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Registered: June 11, 2021
Last post: May 12, 2024 at 9:28 PM
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since SEN won 1 map, their worst possible map diff will be 3-3 (net 0) and G2's best possible is 2-3 (net -1) & SEN wins the tiebreaker

posted 2 months ago

BLEED beat SCARZ in their regular season match, favoring them in the head-to-head tiebreaker.

posted 10 months ago

Seeding seems to be based on the regular season standings.

posted 10 months ago

VCT Pacific statement: Due to a miscommunication between a team and tournament officials, the first 3 rounds before the break were incorrectly assumed to be test rounds. The map will be remade with new picks and restarted from Round 1.

posted 10 months ago

If GE & RRQ win: #5 RRQ, #6 GE (since GE beat both Gen.G and TS in the regular season).
If GE win & RRQ lose: GE, GEN, RRQ and TS will be in a four-way tie. 4-way ties are not indicated in the ruleset but this might come down to map and round differentials.

posted about a year ago

From the VCT 2023 Official Competition Ruleset:

3-Way Tie-Breaker Process:
(1) Head-to-head for all three teams
(a) Team with a two matchup head-to-head advantage automatically receives first of the group. Tie-breakers for the remaining two teams are determined using the above head-to-head tie-breaker process.

If both TS and RRQ win: #4 ZETA, #5 RRQ, #6 TS.

posted about a year ago

Pickems for the rest of Pacific's League Play are now live!

posted about a year ago

Week 5 is now live!

posted about a year ago

Week 4 is now live!

posted about a year ago

Week 3 pickems are now live

posted about a year ago

https://www.vlr.gg/event/pickem/1191/champions-tour-2023-pacific-league

Edit: Pickems for the rest of Pacific's League Play are now live!

posted about a year ago

I guess because they have two slots each? One for the final regional event winner and another via circuit points. But that's only my assumption, I'm not sure really.

posted about a year ago

Circuit points were used to determine which teams will go to this tournament (direct seeding or via LCQ). Only the winner of this event goes to Berlin.

In the APAC Elite event page, you can look at the hyperlinks under the team boxes to see how each qualified (via leaderboard/points, Overtime event or LCQ event).

posted about a year ago

Indonesia to an international LAN, finally!

posted about a year ago

Maple with the heroics. Holy.

posted about a year ago

They're playing the same maps they played in Stage 1 APAC Finals.

posted about a year ago

The LCQs are meant for slots to Champions Istanbul, not Masters Copenhagen.

posted about a year ago

Roar by Peter Spacey

posted about a year ago

Yup, each subregion (Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia, Vietnam, Malaysia/Singapore, Hong Kong/Taiwan, South Asia, Oceania) is allotted a certain number of slots. The qualifying teams then compete in the regional APAC playoffs to determine the two teams that will represent APAC in Masters.

posted about a year ago

SBE and OAS meet again in Lower Round 2 as they did in Stage 1. SBE won that previous encounter 2-0 to eliminate OAS and take the final PH spot in Stage 1 APAC.

posted about a year ago

Head-to-head: SBE/BRN/APH all tied at 1-1
Head-to-head map differential: All tied at 3-3 (0)
Overall map differential: SBE 10-10 (0), BRN 9-9 (0), APH 8-10 (-2)

APH has worst map differential, APH eliminated.

posted about 2 years ago

Yup. I edited my comment above to correct myself

posted about 2 years ago

Yep. SBE won over BRN so a two-way tie will favor them via H2H.

posted about 2 years ago

If APH lose 0-2, BRN and SBE qualify.

If APH lose 1-2, BRN qualify. Then, if APH lost the series by 11 rounds or more, SBE qualifies by round difference. Otherwise, APH will qualify by round difference.

EDIT: Let me correct myself. Map difference takes precedence over round difference. If APH lose this, they have overall map diff of -2. BRN and SBE both have 0. APH should be out.

posted about 2 years ago

PPGL Discord molded TMosura into the honorary Filipino that he is now

posted about 2 years ago
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