IEM Season VII - Global Challenge Singapore/Qualifiers
- 1 Overview
- 2 Qualifiers
- 3 External Links
- 4 References
IEM Global Challenge Singapore will be the next event hosted and organized by ESL that will take place at the SITEX 2012 consumer electronic trade show from the 22nd to 25th of November. In addition to the League of Legends tournament, the event will also host a StarCraft 2 tournament, with the two tournaments sharing a $82,000 prizepool.
- EU-West and NA Qualifiers are Single Elimination, EU-East Qualifiers are Double Elimination
- In European Qualifiers, the top eight teams from each set of EU-West and EU-East Qualifiers are entered into a double elimination Cross-Realm Qualifier where the top two teams will qualify for IEM Global Challenge Singapore
- In North American Qualifiers, the top four teams from the first qualifier and the top three teams from the second qualifiers are entered into a final North American Qualifier, the top 2 of which qualifies for IEM Global Challenge Singapore.
- Kill Steal Gaming was originally invited to be seeded into the Final North American Qualifier due to their qualification for IEM GuangZhou, but declined.
- In Asian Qualifiers, the top sixteen teams from each set of Korea, Taiwan/Hong Kong/Macau and Australia are entered into a final Asian Qualifier, the top 2 of which qualifies for IEM Global Challenge Singapore.
- Korean Qualifier: Best of Three Single Elimination, Australia Qualifier: Best of One Double Elimination
- In Korean Qualifier, the top three teams qualify to final Asian Qualifier.
- In Australia Qualifier, the top one team qualify to final Asian Qualifier.
- Bangkok Titans, IceLanD, MksZ and MSI Evolution Gaming Team receive direct seeds into the final Asian Qualifier, due to their qualification for IEM Guangzhou final Asian Qualifier.
- The winner of Go4LoL Pro Asia Season 3 directly qualifies for IEM Global Challenge Singapore.
|EU Cross-Realm||Kiedys Mialem Team1|
|Final NA Qualifier||CLG Prime|
|Final NA Qualifier||Absolute Legends NA|
|Asian Qualifier||KT Rolster B|
|Asian Qualifier||Azubu Blaze|
|Chinese Qualifier||Invictus Gaming|
- 1Curse Gaming EU was originally qualified, but was unable to attend due to schedule conflicts. Therefore the third place team from the Cross-Realm Qualifier, Kiedyś Miałem Team, received their spot instead.
EU West Qualifier #1
EU West Qualifier #2
EU East Qualifier #1
EU Cross-Realm Qualifier
NA Qualifier #1
NA Qualifier #2
Final NA Qualifier
1 Absolute Legends NA forfeit their second game against CLG Prime.
November 1st - November 7th
AU & Rest of Asia Qualifier
- The team coming from the Winner's Bracket starts with a 1-0 lead.
Asia Finals Qualifier
November 11th - November 13th
- 1 Taipei Assassins was originally invited to be seeded into the Final Asian Qualifier, but declined.
- EU West Qualifier #1
- EU West Qualifier #2
- EU East Qualifier #1
- EU Cross-Realm Qualifier
- NA Qualifier #1
- NA Qualifier #2
- Brazilian Qualifier
- Final NA Qualifier