Liga Nacional Movistar/2019 Season/Closing Season

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LNU 2019 Closing Season
Liga Nacional Movistar 2019.png
Tournament Information
OrganizerMovistar eSports
RulebookRulebook
Sponsor(s)Movistar
FormatPlayoffs
LinksWebsite
Location & Dates
Region
LAT
 Latin America
Event TypeOnline/Offline
CountryUruguay Uruguay
Start Date2019-06-24
End Date2019-09-01
Broadcast
Streams
Twitch
Results
WinnerS2N Esports Clublogo std.pngS2N Esports
SecondAbstract Gaminglogo std.pngAbstract Gaming
ThirdCimarron eSportslogo std.pngCimarron eSports
OverKnightlogo std.pngOverKnight

Overview

Format

  • Five tournaments:
    • Each tournament gives a specific amount of accumulative points depending on the position reached. The amount of points grow in each tournament as shown in the following table.
Position 1st Tournament 2nd Tournament 3rd Tournament 4th Tournament 5th Tournament
1 2200 3300 4400 5500 6600
2 1600 2400 3200 4000 4800
3-4 1100 1650 2200 2750 3300
5-8 700 1050 1400 1750 2100
9-16 400 600 800 1000 1200
17-32 200 300 400 500 600
33-64 100 150 200 250 300
  • Cumulative table:
    • Top 8 teams of the table qualify for the Finals.
  • Finals:
    • Single elimination.
    • 8 teams. Seed 1 versus Seed 8, Seed 2 versus Seed 7, Seed 3 versus Seed 6, and Seed 4 versus Seed 5.
    • Semifinals is Bo3 and Finals is Bo5.
    • Winner qualifies for Regional Sur 2019.

Prize Pool

PlaceQualificationTeam
PlacementIcon1.png 1Regional Sur 2019S2N Esports Clublogo std.pngS2N Esports
PlacementIcon2.png 2Abstract Gaminglogo std.pngAbstract Gaming
PlacementIcon3.png 3-4Cimarron eSportslogo std.pngCimarron eSports
OverKnightlogo std.pngOverKnight
Show Additional Placements
5-8Logo std.pngVirtual Gaming (Latin American Team)
Lynx E-Sportslogo std.pngLynx E-Sports White
Tactical E-Sportslogo std.pngTactical E-Sports
Logo std.pngLos Macucos
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National Tournaments

Points Ranking

  • Only Top 8 is shown below.
Standings
SeedTeam12345Total
1S2N Esports Clublogo std.pngS2N Esports2200330044005500660022000
2OverKnightlogo std.pngOverKnight1700240032002750330012350
3Abstract Gaminglogo std.pngAbstract Gaming0022004000480011000
4Cimarron eSportslogo std.pngCimarron eSports2160010501400175021007900
5Lynx E-Sportslogo std.pngLynx E-Sports White34003002200175021006750
6Tactical E-Sportslogo std.pngTactical E-Sports1100165080050021006150
7Logo std.pngLos Macucos20016500275012005800
8Logo std.pngVirtual Gaming (Latin American Team)1100105080010006004550
1 Nekitos de Meowri uwu renamed to Nos van a ganar prior to Tournament 2 and their roster is acquired by OverKnight prior to Tournament 5.[1]
2 Waifu Euge renamed to Cimarron eSports prior to Tournament 4.
3 Definite Gaming renamed to LYNX E-Sports White prior to Tournament 5.

Top 4 by Tournament

June 24 - July 28

T # Finals Date 1st place 2nd place Semifinalists
1 2019-06-30 S2N Esports Clublogo std.pngS2N Esports Club Logo std.pngWaifu Euge Tactical E-Sportslogo std.pngTactical E-Sports & Logo std.pngVirtual Gaming (Latin American Team)
2 2019-07-07 S2N Esports Clublogo std.pngS2N Esports Club Logo std.pngNos van a ganar Logo std.pngLos Macucos & Tactical E-Sportslogo std.pngTactical E-Sports
3 2019-07-14 S2N Esports Clublogo std.pngS2N Esports Club Logo std.pngNos van a ganar Abstract Gaminglogo std.pngAbstract Gaming & Logo std.pngDefinite Gaming
4 2019-07-21 S2N Esports Clublogo std.pngS2N Esports Club Abstract Gaminglogo std.pngAbstract Gaming Logo std.pngLos Macucos & Logo std.pngNos van a ganar
5 2019-07-28 S2N Esports Clublogo std.pngS2N Esports Club Abstract Gaminglogo std.pngAbstract Gaming OverKnightlogo std.pngOverKnight & Logo std.pngSuper Pretty

National Finals

Participants

  • The eight teams with the highest amount of points accumulated.
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Playoffs

Round 1
Round 2
Round 3

Media

Streams

References