Seized and flamie at World Championships 2015

 

The final part of the first CS:GO world championship will run on 8–11 October in Belgrade (Serbia), where 16 teams will encounter each other to compete for the title of the world champions and the prize pool of $ 100 000. There will be a live broadcast of The World Championships matches available, and all fans will be able to bet on their favourite teams.

 

The Russian Counter-Strike: Global Offensive squad is among the strongest teams, seeded for the group stage, with two Natus Vincere players — Russian Federation flamie and Russian Federationseized — invited to take part in it. Our guys are perfectly aware of how to play against the most popular E-sportsmen of the world, and their great experience will be very helpful for their team. Apart from them, the Russian team will consist of Russian Federation Dosia, Russian Federation WorldEdit, Russian Federation latro.

 

Coverage

 

9th of November

 

8th of November

  • 21:05 - Russian Federation Russia advances to the playoffs as the first placed team of group B. Find out how the rest of the matches go and tune in today at 10:30 CET when the first match series will start!

 

 

  • 20:58 - The first half of de_mirage has ended and the players from Russian Federation Russia have a great lead in terms of the score.

 

 

  • 20:35 - Map number two, de_mirage, the choice of Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyzstan has just started.

 

 

  • 19:30 - de_cobblestone has just been finished and the players from Russian Federation Russia took it with a score of 16:10.
  • 18:52 - The first half of the map goes to Russian Federation Russia. The players from Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyzstan only won three rounds.

 

 

  • 18:29 - de_cobblestone and de_mirage will be the two maps to determine the winner of group B.

 

 

  • 18:20 - Kick-off for the second match series for Russian Federation Russia and they already won the first round.

 

 

  • 17:45 - The second map was won by Russian Federation Russia as well. Therefore they defeat Tunisia Tunisia with a 2:0 score in terms of maps. Statistics from Russian Federation seized are 24-3-7 and 19-4-10 for Russian Federation flamie.

 

 

  • 17:38 - This time the players from Tunisia Tunisia could win four rounds in the first half. Russian Federation Russia is in the lead with a 11:4 score.

 

 

  • 17:18 - de_overpass has started. The first round was won by Russian Federation Russia as Russian Federation seized managed to win the round although his team mates made some mistakes before.

 

 

  • 17:07 - No problems for the Russian Federation Russian team as they quickly finish off their opponents from Tunisia Tunisia. The statistics of the first map for the Ukraine Na'Vi players are: 18-3-7 for Russian Federation seized and 17-4-6 for Russian Federation flamie.

 

 

  • 16:59 - The first half was easily won by Russian Federation Russia. Time to change sides.

 

 

  • 16:37 - The match between Russian Federation Russia and Tunisia Tunisia has started! The first round on the map de_inferno goes to the Russian team. A bomb plant on the B site and some good action from Russian Federation flamie secured the first round.

 

 

 

идём на съёмки:) #TWCFinals #GoRussia

Фото опубликовано Denis Kostin (@seizedwf)

 

Heading to a photo shoot :)
 
Match schedule:
Time and date Маtch Page

OVER

Russian Federation Russia [2:0] Tunisia Tunisia Watch
OVER Russian Federation Russia [2:0] Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyzstan Watch
OVER Russian Federation Russia [2:1] Norway Norway Watch

 

Playoff

 

1/4
1/2
Final
Winner
0 Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyzstan
2 Poland Poland
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0 Poland Poland
-
Win -
-
2 Poland Poland
0 Canada Canada
1 Sweden Sweden
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2 Sweden Sweden
2 Ukraine Russia
0 Ukraine Russia
-
0 France France
-
1 Bouvet Island Norway
0 Germany Germany
2 France France
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2 France France


Group stage

GROUP B
# Team G W L R S
1. Russian Federation Russia 2 2 0 45 6
2. Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyzstan 2 1 1 -12 3
3. Tunisia Tunisia 0 0 2 -33 0
4. - - - - - -
GROUP А
# Team G W L R S
1. Germany Germany 2 2 0 13 6
2. Sweden Sweden 3 2 1 32 6
3. Indonesia Indonesia 3 1 2 -29 3
4. Serbia Serbia 2 0 2 .-16 0

 

GROUP D
# Team G W L R S
1. Canada Canada 2 2 0 13 6
2. Norway Norway 3 2 1 10 6
3. Belgium Belgium 3 1 2 0 3
4. Singapore Singapore 2 0 2 -23 0
GROUP C
# Team G W L R S
1. Poland Poland 2 2 0 8 6
2. France France 3 2 1 21 6
3. Netherlands Netherlands 3 1 2 -9 3
4. United States USA 2 0 2 -20 0

 

Stream

 

 

 

Rosters:

 

Russian Federation Russia: seized, flamie, hoochR, Dosia, WorldEdit
France France: Happy, NBK, apEX, shox, SmithZz

Germany Germany: denis, nex, Spiidi, kRYSTAL, tahsiN

Sweden Sweden: pronax, Xizt, Devilwalk, pyth, pauf

Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyzstan: pachanga, hazz, DiE, quacheR, SNk-

Indonesia Indonesia: roseau, FrostMisty, soifong, fLx, alessa
Tunisia Tunisia: Attiaz, Potei, torr, edge, Sheva

Netherlands Netherlands: chrisJ, CRUC1AL, kajsk1ng, mikeS, luosrevo

Belgium Belgium: Ex6TenZ, ScreaM, to1nou, NpK, Davidp

United States USA: anger, jdm64, mOE, tarik, RUSH

Poland Poland: innocent, SZPERO, MICHU, Furlan, peet

Canada Canada: FNS, NAF-FLY, SEMPHIS, daps, DAVEY

Singapore Singapore: Niqo, ImperssioN, moxie, spielz, Vulmest
Serbia Serbia: kassad, DiMKE, 1NTEL, emi, k1Ng0r

Norway Norway: Skurk, Polly, REASTEN, Mystic, PAINT

 

Format and maps

Format

 

  • Group stage: Double Elimination BO1, match for the second place — BO3. Group B matches will be played in a BO3 format due to the absence of Portugal national team.
     
  • Playoff: The most important matches will be played in a Single Elimination format, quarterfinals and semifinal — BO3, grand-final — BO5. 

 

Map pool

 
      
 

 

Information about the tournament

 

Similar CS tournaments for national teams were conducted back in CS 1.6. Most of them were hosted by ESL League representatives. Their championsip was called European Nations Championship. In 2010, this competition was cancelled, and three years after that E-Frag.net took the initiative and started their own one. It was known in community asElectronic Sports European Championship (ESEC). In 2015, it was renamed to The World Championships, since it opened for the teams from all around the world, not only Europe.

 

The prize-pool of TWC

top 1 place — $ 50 000

top 2 place — $ 25 000

top 3 place — $ 10 000

top 4 place — Sweden Sweden - $ 5 000

top 5 place — GermanyGermany - $ 2 500

top 6 place — Bouvet Island Norway - $ 2 500

top 7 place — Canada Canada - $ 2 500

top 8 place — Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyzstan - $ 2 500

 

AuthormJay Date 8 October 2015, 15:14 Views1397 Comments0
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