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Intel Extreme Masters Season VI - World Championship
Logo iem RGB.png
League Information
Organizer: ESL
Server: Europe
Event Type: Offline
Country Germany Germany
Format: Group + Playoffs
Prize pool: $100,000
Start Date: 2012-03-06
End Date: 2012-03-10
Links: Website
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IEM Season VI - World Championship in Hanover was the sixth event of the global league of the Intel Extreme Masters. Teams of Counter-Strike and League of Legends as well as StarCraft II players clashed in Hanover, Germany, in March 2012, for a total prize money of $283,000.

Overview

The IEM Season VI - World Championship took place in Hanover, Germany in March in the same venue as the CeBIT computer expo. This was the ESL's Intel Extreme Masters series' final event of its 6th season. 12 teams qualified for this World Championship by earning ranking points in the IEM Global Challenges throughout the season. The matches were played on the Nautilus patch with the Shen hotfixes. Main casters for this event were Phreak, Zenon, Deman, and Joe Miller.

Qualifiers

Teams in Green are highest ranked in their region (qualified).
Teams in Blue have finished top 2 in an IEM (qualified).
Teams in Brown are qualified based on points.
Rank
Team
Points
#1 USA Counter Logic Gaming 180
#2 Europe SK Gaming 150
#3 USA Team SoloMid 140
#4 Europe FnaticRC 135
#5 Russia Moscow Five 90
- China Team WE 90
#7 USA Dignitas 60
#8 France Sypher 55
#9 France Millenium 40
#10 USA Curse Gaming 30
#11 China EHome 25
- China Invictus Gaming 25
#13 Germany Team ALTERNATE 15
#14 France Against All Authority 15
- USA v8 Esports 10
- Germany myRevenge 10
- Poland Frag eXecutors 10
- Ukraine White Lotus 10
- Hong Kong CrossGaming 10
- Singapore Flash 10

Format

  • Group Stage - Round Robin Bo1
    • 2nd & 3rd Place advances to Ro8
    • 1st Place advances to Ro4
    • Playoffs - Single Elimination - Bo3

Prize Pool

$100,000 USD (Approximately €76,000 EUR) is spread among the teams as follows:

Place Prize (USD) ≈Prize (EUR) Riot Circuit Team
Gold.png 1st $ 50,000 € 38,000 +400
Moscow Five
Silver.png 2nd $ 20,000 € 15,200 +200
Team Dignitas
Bronze.png 3rd $ 8,000 € 6,080 +125
Counter Logic Gaming
Copper.png 4th $ 3,800 € 2,888 +75
against All authority
5th-6th $ 2,800 € 2,128 +50
SK Gaming

Team Curse
7th-8th $ 2,200 € 1,672
Team SoloMid

Team ALTERNATE
9th-10th $ 2,100 € 1,596
Team Sypher

Fnatic
11th-12th $ 2,000 € 1,520
EHOME

Millenium

*Converted prizes calculated on March 6th, 2012 with a currency rate of 1 USD = 0.76 EUR provided by http://www.xe.com/.

Participants

against All authority
Against All authority logo.png
Germany MoMa  
Germany nRated  
France YellOwStaR  
France Linak  
France sOAZ  
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Counter Logic Gaming
Clg logo2.png
Canada HotshotGG  
Canada Bigfatlp  
USA Doublelift  
USA Saintvicious  
USA Chauster  
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Curse Gaming
Curselogo150.png
USA SYDTKO  
USA Nyjacky  
USA Cop  
Canada Elementz  
Canada Crumbzz  
[Show/Hide Roster]
EHOME
Ehome logo150.png
China Pdd  
China MAX  
China Air  
China IMBA  
China TS  
[Show/Hide Roster]
Fnatic
Fnaticlogo.png
Poland Shushei  
Finland CyanideFI  
Spain xPeke  
Germany LamiaZealot  
Germany Mellisan  
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Millenium
Mil logo125.png
Denmark HawkDon RV  
Portugal Hmmer  
France hyrqBot  
France Haydal  
France kujaa  
[Show/Hide Roster]
Moscow Five
M5.png
Russia Alex Ich  
Russia Diamondprox  
Russia Genja  
Armenia GoSu Pepper  
Russia Darien  
[Show/Hide Roster]
SK Gaming
Sk logo.png
Spain Ocelote  
Poland Dedrayon  
Germany Kev1n  
Germany Candy Panda  
Germany Nyph  
[Show/Hide Roster]
Team ALTERNATE
Alternatelogo150.png
Poland unso  
Poland leofromkorea  
Germany Forellenlord  
Germany fisch  
Germany cliff  
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Team Dignitas
Diglogo2.png
USA Scarra  
USA L0cust  
USA IWillDominate  
USA imaqtpie  
USA Voyboy  
[Show/Hide Roster]
Team SoloMid
Tsmlogo 134px.png
USA TheRainMan  
USA Xpecial  
USA Reginald  
Canada Chaox  
Canada TheOddOne  
[Show/Hide Roster]
Team Sypher
Sypher logo125.png
Belgium Moopz  
Germany Lyumi  
France Lounet  
France ShLaYa  
France Skyyart  
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1
Team ALTERNATE
and
against All authority
replace
Invictus Gaming
and
Team WE
as Invictus Gaming and Team WE could not participate because of visa issues.[1][2][3]

Results

Group Stage

Group A

Group A
1.
Team Dignitas
4-1
2.
Counter Logic Gaming
4-1
3.
against All authority
3-2
4.
Team ALTERNATE
2-3
5.
Fnatic
2-3
6.
Millenium
0-5

Group B

Group B
1.
Moscow Five
5-0
2.
SK Gaming
4-1
3.
Team Curse
2-3
4.
Team SoloMid
2-3
5.
Team Sypher
1-4
6.
EHOME
1-4

Playoffs

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                     
  
M5
2
  
Crs
0
  
CLG
0
  
CLG
2
  
M5
2
  
d
0
3rd place match
  
d
2
  
SK
1   
CLG
2
  
aAa
0
  
aAa
2   
aAa
1

Regional Distribution

  North America EuropeAsia
Round of 12
471
Round of 6
33
Round of 4
22
Final
11
Winner
1


View Games

VODs

Group Stage

Playoffs

3rd Place Match
CLG v. aAa
Game 1
Game 2
Game 3


Additional Coverage

Trivia

  • The finals were able to pull in over 267,000 concurrent viewers for IEM, breaking its previous record of 247,000 achieved at Kiev.

See Also

External links

References

  1. "ALTERNATE replaces iG in Hanover"
  2. "Against All Authority replaces WE at CeBIT"
  3. "League of Legends Season VI Rankings"

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