Game format information
Match format, tournament structure, general information
Do you still wonder about the match format, the tournament structure or anything else about the tournaments at CeBIT? Here is a fully detailed explanation on what is going to happen during the World Championship.

Counter-Strike 1.6
    Twelve teams participate, six in each group
    Group stage will be played in Best-of-1
    Playoffs will be played in Best-of-3 and Single Elimination
    First team of each group directly advance to playoffs
    Second and third play a relegation, winners advance to playoffs
    Mappool: de_dust2, de_inferno, de_nuke, de_train & de_tuscan
World of Warcraft
    Twelve teams participate, six in each group
    Group stage will be played in Best-of-5
    Playoffs will be played in Best-of-7 and Single Elimination
    First team of each group directly advance to playoffs
    Second and third play a relegation, winners advance to playoffs
Quake Live
    Twelve players participate, six in each group
    Group stage will be played in Best-of-3
    Playoffs will be played in Best-of-5 and Single Elimination
    First player of each group directly advance to playoffs
    Second and third play a relegation, winners advance to playoffs
    Mappool: qzdm6, qzdm13, qztourney7, qztourney9 & ztntourney1
otacon, Wednesday, 17/02/10 10:11
 
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Quake Live:
Second and third play a relegation, winners advance to playoffs -> what means 2 matches more in groupstage. If you make a 8 players playoffs, it will be also 2 matches more in playoffs stage, so dont understand why not to make a more fighting playoffs bracket :)
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I mean, why not to ignore that relegation match between 2nd and 3rd and do a 4+4 playoffs bracket bo5...
I wanna ! -> this is a prize winning comment!!!!!!!!!
i dont think WoW is that great to be a title that can be at the biggest masters event but it seems that a lot of ppl dont thing like i do
roccat ftw!!
I love you, ROCCAT! :)
great
 
 
 
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