While Reynor surprised fans with a narrow victory over Serral to reach the Grand Finals, Dark instead breezed through both the quarterfinals. WCS Global Finals Turnierbaum. Viertelfinale Bo5. Zerg Serral Zerg soO 3 0 · Zerg Reynor Protoss Trap 3 2 · Zerg Rogue Protoss Classic 2 3 · Zerg. The StarCraft II World Championship Series Global Finals will return to BlizzCon in Anaheim, California, where the world's best players will take the stage.
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Points for Katowice Points for Anaheim Points for Rotterdam Elazer didn't take that defeat lying down.
Recognizing that Frozen Temple was roughly similar to their previous map, he decided he would surprise Dark with a powerful attack of his own.
Feinting a standard transition by walling off his natural with a Roach Warren and Evolution Chamber, the Polish contender pooled a massive pack of Zerglings in his main.
Fortunately for Dark, one of his early Zerglings spotted the secret army as it left Elazer's natural. This gave him just enough time to halt Drone production and hold the push without notable losses.
With an earlier third and an untouched economy, Dark took a huge lead and never relinquished it. After losing his entire army Elazer was forced to concede the game.
Sadly that would be the last good news for him as Dark proceeded to put on a clinic in army positioning and management. A two pronged attack at Elazer's third and fourth succeeded beyond his wildest dreams as he eliminated both.
Elazer's counterattack petered out as it was immediately annihilated by Lurkers in hold position. The rest of the game was basically watching Elazer die in slow-motion.
Frozen Temple started off with a bold move from the GSL champion, who proxied his Factory in the bottom left of the map.
Stats opened with Stargate but sent his Oracle across the map to harass, allowing the Widow Mine drop to do damage. Stats didn't suffer much damage at first but he was forced to pull Probes for a long time as he had built Void Rays instead of another Oracle.
ByuN followed with a deadly push of Marines, Turrets, and upgraded Cyclones, catching Stats as he expanded to the third. By the time Stats managed to drive ByuN away, he had lost his natural Nexus and most of his army.
ByuN shortly returned to his opponent's third base with a larger infantry force, Stimpack finished, and more Cyclones. Stats feebly put up a fight before succumbing to the superior force.
Being a four-player map, ByuN forwent any tomfoolery and went for CC first, resulting in a quiet early game.
Unfortunately ByuN picked off the first Observer, leaving Stats in the dark and unable to backstab the main. He proceeded to bully Stats on the other side of the map, getting good trades with his immaculate micro and positioning.
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Dark 3. ShoWTimE 4. Has Rogue 2. SpeCial 3. Classic 4. Nerchio Quarterfinals Bo5. Maru 0. Starting with the season, the WCS transitioned to a GSL -inspired league format where seasons would run over multiple weeks and months.
Nationality requirements were removed for the first year of the new league format and though reintroduced in , region-locking remained minimal.
This led to Korean players, historically dominant in professional competition for both the original StarCraft and StarCraft II , winning all leagues across all regions for both years of open league play.
After s consolidation, the WCS Premier League was completely phased out in favor of regional qualifiers and large weekend tournaments.
The regional qualifiers took up the name of the lower flight of Premier League competition, and became WCS Challenger.
In late after the Global Finals, for the first time since the start of the World Championship Series, Blizzard announced a standard format that would remain unchanged for both and , as all previous event years had featured large changes each year.
While other events could be included in the WCS if they covered given requirements, this was the official lineup of events for both and Two of the three remaining WCS Circuit stops were organized by Star Ladder, significantly lowering Dreamhack's participation in the circuit with just one stop compared to all four for the previous two years.Introducing the ESL Pro Tour for StarCraft II, the place that combines the legacies of ESL, DreamHack and WCS tournaments in a 3 years' partnership. Starting with its first season, it will offer more than US $ Million across the tour and it will crown the official StarCraft II World Champion. The StarCraft II World Championship Series (WCS) was a StarCraft II professional tournament series organized and sanctioned by Blizzard Entertainment that ran from to For all but its first year of operation, it was the highest tier of professional StarCraft II competition. Follow the whole series on austindouglasguitars.com Check out all the matches from the WCS Global Finals: austindouglasguitars.come.c. The StarCraft® II World Championship Series is a year-long event allowing players from around the world to showcase their skills by competing in front of a global audience. The WCS Global Finals are the conclusion of the StarCraft II World Championship Series. Sixteen players (eight from WCS Korea, eight from WCS Circuit, among them the IEM Katowice Champion) compete for the most prestigious trophy in