The International 2015: Playoff stage

 

The matches of TI 2015 are over. The teams were fighting over the place in the upper brackets of play off stage.  The teams, which get to the upper brackets, will obtain 12th place and about $ 215 000 at least. However, the right to mistake is the main advantage of the teams in upper brackets. Those in lower brackets will immediately leave the tournament after the first defeat. Furthermore, the format of the first round will be bo1. Many players call it  roulette, since you never predict what surprise your rival will prepare for you.

Unfortunately, Ukraine Natus Vincere couldn't show the level of game, they were capable of showing. They took the las place in the Group A. Their rival was China Vici Gaming. This is one of the best teams in China, but they didn't succeed in group stage, so they got to the losers as well as Ukraine Na`Vi


Match with China Vici Gaming will be held on 4 August in Key Arena. The winner will go further, while the loser will take 13-16 place. Let's hope our guys will manage to gather their strength, discuss their mistakes and eventually show that Ukraine Natus Vincere is a worthy team.

 

NA`VI-HUB

Date:

  • 3–8 August.
     

Format:

  • double-elimination brackets,
  • the first match of losers brackets — best of 1,
  • grand final — best of 5,
  • the remaining matches will be held — best of 3.

 

Prize pool (as of 31 July):

top 1 place — $ 6 401 168

top 2 place — $ 2 756 058

top 3 place — $ 2 133 722

top 4 place — $ 1 511 386
top 5-6 places — по $ 1 155 766
top 7-8 places — по $ 800 146

9–12 places — по $ 213 372

13–16 places — по $ 53 343
 

Wild Card:


Coverage


Group stage:


Coverage


Match schedule:
Time (CEST) Mathc Match page
OVER Russian Federation Team Empire [1:2] China LGD Gaming  
OVER China CDEC Gaming [2:0] International Cloud9  
OVER Korea, Republic of MVP Phoenix [1:0] China Newbee  
OVER Ukraine Natus Vincere [0:1] China Vici Gaming Watch
OVER Russian Federation Virtus.pro [1:0] International Fnatic  
OVER Korea, Republic of MVP HOT6ix [0:1] China Invictus Gaming  
OVER United States Evil Geniuses [2:0] United States compLexity Gaming  
OVER International Team Secret [0:2] China EHOME  

Playoff brackets:

Upper brackets:

1/4
1/2
Final
Upper brackets winner
2 Ukraine LGD Gaming
0 China LGD Gaming
-
0 -
-
-
1 Ukraine Team Empire
2 Ukraine CDEC Gaming
0 China CDEC Gaming
-
0 International Cloud9
2 United States Evil Geniuses
0 United States Evil Geniuses
-
0 -
-
0 United States compLexity Gaming
2 Ukraine EHOME
0 China EHOME
-
0 International Team Secret


Lower brackets:

First round
Second round
Third round
1 Korea, Republic of MVP Phoenix
0 Korea, Republic of MVP Phoenix
-
-
0 China Newbee
1 Ukraine Vici Gaming
0 China Vici Gaming
-
0 Ukraine Natus Vincere
1 Russian Federation Virtus.pro
0 Russian Federation Virtus.pro
-
-
0 International Fnatic
1 Ukraine Invictus Gaming
0 China Invictus Gaming
-
0 Korea, Republic of MVP HOT6ix

 

Team squads:

     

Ukraine Natus Vincere

  

China Vici Gaming

  

International Team Secret

  

China Invictus Gaming

Ukraine Daniil "Dendi" Ishutin
Ukraine Alexander "XBOCT" Dashkevich
Ukraine Gleb "Funn1k" Lipatnikov
Ukraine Ivan "ArtStyle" Antonov
Russian Federation Akbar "SoNNeikO" Butaev
 
China Lin “fy” Sen Xu
China Lu “Fenrir” Chao
China Jun “Super!” Hao Xie
Singapore Daryl “iceiceice” Pei Xiang Koh
ChinaZhi “Hao” Hao Chen
 
Estonia Clement “Puppey” Ivanov
Germany Kuro “KuroKy” Salehi Takhasomi
Sweden Gustav “s4” Magnusson
Canada Arthur “Arteezy” Babaev
Sweden Ludwig “Zai” Wåhlberg
 
China Fei “Ferrari 430” Chi Luo
China Luo “Luo-Xi” Yinqi
Malaysia Hock “ChuaN” Chuan Wong
China Zhi “BurNIng” Lei Xu
China Hong “Faith” Da Zeng
             
     

China LGD Gaming

 

International Cloud9

 

Russian Federation Team Empire

 

Russian Federation Virtus.pro

China Zheng “Yao” Zheng Yao
China Zeng “Dai-MMY” Rong Lei
China Jia “Sylar” Jun Liu
China Yao “Maybe” Lu
China Ning “xiao8” Zhang
 
Canada Jacky "EternalEnvy" Mao
Romania Armand "bOne7" Pittner
Germany Adrian "FATA" Trinks
Denmark Rasmus "MiSeRy" Filipsen
Denmark Johan "N0tail-BigDaddy” Sundstein
 
Russian Federation Ayrat "Silent" Gaziev
Ukraine  Andrew "ALWAYSWANNAFLY" Bondarenko
Ukraine Roman "Resolut1ion" Fominok
Russian Federation  Maxim "yoky" Kim
Ukraine  Ilya "AlohaDance" Korobkin
 
Russian Federation Sergey "God" Bragin

Belarus Artem "Fng" Barshak
Ukraine Alexander "DkPhobos" Kucheria
Ukraine Ilia "Lil" Illuk
Russian Federation Ilia "IllidanSTR" Pivtsaev

             
     

China Newbee

  

Malaysia Fnatic

  

China EHOME

  

United States compLexity Gaming

China Pan “Mu” Zhang
China Jiao “banana.hy” Wang
China Zhao “Sansheng” Hui Wang
China Wang “Rabbit-xiaotuji” Zhang
China Lin “June” Shiyang
 
Malaysia Yee “Mushi” Fung Chai
Malaysia Johnny “JoHnNy” Lee
Malaysia Chong “Ohaiyo” Xin Khoo
Malaysia Kang “Ky.xY” Yang Lee
Malaysia Fadil “KecikImba” bin Muhd Raziff
 
China Pu “Zyf” Yang
Macao Fat-Meng “ddc” Leong
China Fan “rOtk” Bai
China Zhi “Lanm” Cheng Zhang 
China Tian “Cty” Yu Chen
 
United States Kyle “swindlemelonzz” Freedman
United States Zakari “ZfreeK” Freedman
Mexico Luis "Zyzzy" Perez
Israel Tal “Fly-Simba” Aizik
Canada David “MoonMeander” Tan
           
     

Korea, Republic of MVP Phoenix

 

Korea, Republic of MVP HOT6ix

 

United States Evil Geniuses

 

China CDEC Gaming

Korea, Republic of Tae “March” Won Park
Korea, Republic of Kim “QO” Seon-Yeob
Australia Damien “kPhoenii” Chok
Korea, Republic of Kim “Febby’ Yong-Min
Korea, Republic of Jeng "WarNutZ" Yih-Wong
 
Korea, Republic of Seung “Heen” Gon Lee
Korea, Republic of Sang-Don “Forev” Lee
Korea, Republic of Noah “MentalProtector” Pyo
Finland Jesse “JerAx’ Vainikka
Korea, Republic of Lee "SunBhie" Jeong-jae
 
United States Peter “Peterpandam” Dager
United States Clinton “Fear” Loomis
United States Saahil “Universe” Arora
Pakistan Syed “SumaiL” Sumail Hassan
Canada Kurtis “Aui_2000” Ling
 
China Zhang “Q” Yi
China Sun “xh” Zheng
China Liu “garder” Xinzhou
China Chen “xiaozhi’ Zezhi
China Huang "Shiki" Jiwei
             

 

Venue of the main part:

KeyArena is a multi-purpose arena in Seattle, Washington. It is located north of downtown in the 74-acre (300,000 m2) entertainment complex known as Seattle Center, the site of the 1962 World's Fair, the Century 21 Exposition. It is used for entertainment purposes, such as concerts, ice shows, circuses, and sporting events.

 

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