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IEM Season VI - Global Challenge Cologne

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The sixth season of the Intel Extreme Masters, the global league of the video game champions, will take off with its first Global Challenge at Gamescom 2011 in Cologne (August 17 - 21). The event will host the world's best gamers fighting for a share of 53,000 US Dollar and a slot in the World Championship competition, the grand finale of each season of the league.


Intel Extreme Masters Season VI - Global Challenge Cologne
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League Information
Organizer: ESL
Server: Europe
Event Type: Offline
Country Germany Germany
Prize pool: $32,000
Start Date: 2011-08-17
End Date: 2011-08-21
Links: Website
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Overview

The IEM Season VI - Global Challenge Cologne is a League of Legends tournament which takes place in Cologne, Germany from August 17th to 21st at Gamescom 2011. The tournament is the first event in the 6th season of ESL's Intel Extreme Masters series. 8 qualified teams will compete in a $32,000 tournament and for the chance top earn an invite to the Season VI World Championship.

Qualifiers

Format

  • Group Stage - Round Robin Bo1
    • Top 2 qualify to Playoffs
  • Playoffs - Single Elimination Bo3

Prize pool

$32,000 USD (Approximately €22,080 EUR) is spread among the teams as follows:

Place Prize (USD) ≈Prize (EUR) Riot Circuit IEM S6 Team
Gold.png 1st $ 12,000 € 8,280 +200 Seed +90
Counter Logic Gaming
Silver.png 2nd $ 6,000 € 4,140 +100 Seed +65
Team SoloMid
Bronze.png 3rd $ 3,400 € 2,346 +60 +45
Fnatic
Copper.png 4th $ 2,400 € 1,656 +40 +25
Millenium
5th-6th $ 2,100 € 1,449 +25 +15
SK Gaming

Team ALTERNATE
7th-8th $ 2,000 € 1,380 +10
Frag eXecutors

myRevenge

*Converted prizes calculated on August 17th, 2011 with a currency rate of 1 USD = 0.69 EUR provided by http://www.xe.com/.

Participants

Counter Logic Gaming
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Canada HotshotGG  
Canada Bigfatlp  
USA Saintvicious  
Canada Elementz  
USA Salce  
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Fnatic
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Poland Shushei  
Finland CyanideFI  
Spain xPeke  
Germany LamiaZealot  
Germany Mellisan  
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Frag eXecutors
Fragxlogo.png
Poland Alvado  
Poland Kubon  
Poland Ismaro  
Poland iMba  
Poland Nicker  
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Millenium
Mil logo125.png
France Linak  
France Shlaya  
France Tidus  
France kujaa  
France sOAZ  
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MyRevenge
Myrevenge logo150.png
Germany MeRusMePro  
Germany biggy  
Germany Cerberus  
Germany Brainquiche  
Germany Syex  
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SK Gaming
Sk logo.png
Spain Ocelote  
Belgium WetDreaM  
Denmark Wickd  
Germany Candy Panda  
Germany Nyph  
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Team ALTERNATE
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Poland unso  
Germany Forellenlord  
Germany Lycades  
Germany CedeoCedeo  
Germany Timson  
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Team SoloMid
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Canada Chaox  
Canada TheOddOne  
USA Reginald  
USA Xpecial  
USA TheRainMan  
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1
Competo Sports
replaces
SK Gaming
as the Germany National Champion as SK Gaming's roster changes.
2
Frag eXecutors
acquires
Adversa eSports
' roster between the qualifiers and the event.
3
Team ALTERNATE
acquires
Competo Sports
's roster between the qualifiers and the event.
4
myRevenge
replaces
AEON
as AEON was not able to participate.[1]

Results

Group Stage

Group A

Group A
1.
Team SoloMid
2-1
2.
Millenium
2-1
3.
Team ALTERNATE
2-1
4.
myRevenge
0-3

Group B

Group B
1.
Counter Logic Gaming
3-0
2.
Fnatic
2-1
3.
SK Gaming
1-2
4.
Frag eXecutors
0-3

Playoffs

  Semifinals Finals
             
  
CLG
2
  
M
1
  
CLG
2
  
TSM
1
  
Fnatic
1
  
TSM
2 3rd place match
  
Fnatic
2
  
M
1

VODs

Schedule




Regional Distribution

  North America EuropeAsia
Round of 8
26
Round of 4
22
Final
2
Winner
1


Additional Coverage

Videos and Photos

Articles

See Also

External links

References

  1. KilleR and myR replacing IdrA and Aeon

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