SERRAL IS THE WCS FALL CHAMPION
Serral 3-0 Neeb
Serral 3-0 HeRoMaRinE
Serral 3-0 Denver
The WCS Circuit has almost gone a full circle as we head to the WCS Fall tournament in Montreal, Canada. WCS Fall is the last pit stop before the climax in the Global Finals in November. We already got a small taste of BlizzCon when Serral became the Champion of GSL vs the World, beating Elazer 4-2 in the first all-foreign Finals on South Korean soil. This proves that now, more than ever, you should have your eyes set on the WCS scene of StarCraft 2. It has clearly develop to be an arena for extremely high skilled gameplay.
Big names who are competing in the event are Elazer, Reynor, Neeb, SpeCial, TIME, HeRoMaRinE and ShoWTimE amongs others. Also, we will get to see a lot of less known NA talent due to the change of venue from Europe to North America.
Third Group Stage:
- 16 players from the Second Group Stage;
- 16 players from Qualifiers.
- 8 groups of 4 players each, played in a Dual Tournament Format.
- All Matches are Bo3.
- Top 2 players of each group advance to the playoffs.
- Players who take first place in Group Stage 3 advance to the playoffs Round of 16.
- Players who take second place in Group Stage 3 advance to the playoffs Round of 24.
- Players who take third place in Group Stage 3 drop to the Knockout Bracket Round 6.
- Players who take fourth place in Group Stage 3 drop to the Knockout Bracket Round 5.
- 8 Single-elimination Brackets, consisting of 6 Rounds each.
- Each Bracket starts with 2 players who took fourth place in Group Stage 1 and 2 players who took third place in Group Stage 1.
- From Round 3 onwards each Round 1 Player drops from the Groupstages into the Knockout Bracket (per Knockout Bracket).
- All Matches are Bo3, except for Round 6, which will be Bo5.
- The Winner of each Knockout Bracket will advance to the playoffs Round of 24.
- 24 players in a single-elimination bracket.
- Round of 24 to Semifinals are played in Bo5.
- Finals are played in Bo7.