CyberGamer announce $11,000 OCE Circuit

Last Friday came the announcement of the CyberGamer OCE Circuit, an $11,000 AUD league for both professional and amateur players to be hosted over a 7 week period, all leading up to a LAN finals early in June.

The league will start off with an online qualifier on the 3rd-4th April, until which signups will be open. The qualifiers will determine the top 8 teams (4 teams from each night) who will be competing in the CyberGamer Professional division, which boasts a $10,000 prize pool. Signups are open to Australian teams (with a maximum of one extra international player) whose players all have CyberGamer Premium. Any teams who do not make the cut for the CyberGamer Professional division will be allowed to compete in the CyberGamer Amateur division in pursuit of a $1,000 prize pool.

The CyberGamer Professional division will be hosted on the Monday and Tuesday of every week from 10th April until 23rd May. At the end of the series, the top 4 teams from each division will advance to their respective finals, which will include best-of-3 semifinals and best-of-5 grand finals.

Overwatch: CyberGamer OCE Circuit

Schedule

All CyberGamer Professional games will be streamed live from CyberGamer’s Official Twitch channel.

Qualifiers:

  • Monday, 3rd April – Night One
  • Tuesday, 4th April – Night Two

Regular Series (Mondays and Tuesdays):

  • Starting Monday, 10th April until Tuesday, 23rd May

CyberGamer Ameteur Finals:

  • Monday, 29th May – Semi Finals
  • Tuesday, 30th May – Grand Final

CyberGamer Professional Finals:

  • Sunday, 4th June – Semi Finals and Grand Finals

Prize Distribution

Total Prize Pool - $11,000 AUD

CyberGamer Professional ($10,000 AUD)

  • 1st Place - $5,000 AUD
  • 2nd Place - $2,500 AUD
  • 3rd + 4th Place - $1,250 AUD

CyberGamer Amateur ($1,000 AUD)

  • 1st Place - $500 AUD
  • 2nd Place - $250 AUD
  • 3rd + 4th Place - $125 AUD
#1
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Strewth!

Strewth!
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CyberGamer announces $11,000 donation to fusion girls

CyberGamer announces $11,000 donation to fusion girls
#3
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Fusion Girls (Blank) won't be playing in this, nor in the ESL LAN, after accepting the invite to the Overwatch Pacific Championship.

Fusion Girls (Blank) won't be playing in this, nor in the ESL LAN, after accepting the invite to the Overwatch Pacific Championship.
#4
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open to all teams whose players all have CyberGamer Premium

This is bad. A paid subscription as entry requirement.

GuineaCyberGamer announces $11,000 donation to fusion girls

1st place gets 5,000aud, compared to 100,000usd for 1st place in Overwatch Pacific Championship, it's a no-brainer.

[quote]open to all teams whose players all have CyberGamer Premium[/quote]
This is bad. A paid subscription as entry requirement.

[quote=Guinea]CyberGamer announces $11,000 donation to fusion girls[/quote]
1st place gets 5,000aud, compared to 100,000usd for 1st place in Overwatch Pacific Championship, it's a no-brainer.
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m31applepieopen to all teams whose players all have CyberGamer PremiumThis is bad. A paid subscription as entry requirement.
GuineaCyberGamer announces $11,000 donation to fusion girls1st place gets 5,000aud, compared to 100,000usd for 1st place in Overwatch Pacific Championship, it's a no-brainer.

oooo i didnt know :o

[quote=m31applepie][quote]open to all teams whose players all have CyberGamer Premium[/quote]
This is bad. A paid subscription as entry requirement.

[quote=Guinea]CyberGamer announces $11,000 donation to fusion girls[/quote]
1st place gets 5,000aud, compared to 100,000usd for 1st place in Overwatch Pacific Championship, it's a no-brainer.[/quote]

oooo i didnt know :o
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@#4 I mean paid leagues aren't that strange for esports and if it consistently brings decentish prizepools to australia alongside esl cups and full circle tournies it's worth it.

@#4 I mean paid leagues aren't that strange for esports and if it consistently brings decentish prizepools to australia alongside esl cups and full circle tournies it's worth it.
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If anything, this will be a good indicator as to who can take the place of Blank being the team to beat while they go and wreck shop in Taiwan.

If anything, this will be a good indicator as to who can take the place of Blank being the team to beat while they go and wreck shop in Taiwan.
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