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Heavy favorites Natus Vincere have been knocked out of K1 League 2012 Season 1 as ETeng and MI5 advance over them due to slightly better round difference in group A.
K1 League started under two weeks ago with Natus Vincere traveling to Shanghai to practice CSOL for the event. Early reports suggested the Ukrainians were having some trouble adjusting and that the game was run on settings such as updaterate 30.
The first group for the tournament is over now and while HiQi were unable to score a single point, the other three teams in group A ended in a threeway tie. MI5 ended first with a round difference of +17, ETeng second with +16 and the Ukrainians third with +14.
K1 League featured an odd scoring system that enabled matches to end at different times, as opposed to playing until someone reached sixteen rounds to win a match. The event used a system that counts the rounds between all participants rather than the update model where only rounds among tied teams are counted, which led to Na`Vi not making the cut.
Group B of K1 League is scheduled to be played over the course of the next two weekends with TyLoo, TFE, H5 and New4 competing for the other two semi-finals spots along with MI5 and ETeng.
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2nd place - Copenhagen Games 2012
2nd place - IEM 6 World Championship
1st place - IEM 6 GC Kiev
2nd place - ESWC 2011
2nd place - SEC 2011
3rd place - WCG Ukraine 2011
3rd place - e-Stars Seoul 2011
3rd place - ASUS Summer 2011
3rd place - Gamegune 2011
1 place - Adepto BH Open 2011
3 place - DreamHack Summer 2011
1 place - ASUS Cup Spring 2011
1 place - OSPL Spring 2011
1 place - Intel Challenge Super Cup 7
1 place - Intel Extreme Masters V World Championship
4 place - Intel Extreme Masters V European Finals
1 place - DreamHack Winter 2010
4 place - WEM 2010
1 place - World Cyber Games 2010
3 place - ASUS Summer 2010
3 place - Intel Extreme Masters V Challenge Shanghai
3 place - Gamegune 2010
1 place - Arbalet Cup Dallas
1 place - ESWC 2010
2 place - Arbalet Cup Europe
1 place - Arbalet Cup Best of Four
1 place - Arbalet Cup Ukraine
1 place - Intel Extreme Masters IV World Championship
1 place - Arbalet Cup Asia
1 place - Arbalet Cup Asia UA Qualifiers
5 place - Intel Extreme Masters IV Europeans Finals
Good job! :]
Post edited 2012-06-03 18:33:02
those noobs wouldn't even take one round on cs 1.6 vs Na`Vi..
btw tyloor beat navi in dust2 in iem final,rofl 16 rounds as i counted,so cry again if u want,nubs cant stand their favor team lost.
I thought it will be easy money for them
Now just this: buhu its another game.
nothing unusual in the that Chinese won
Post edited 2012-06-03 18:45:01
SK Lose against Anexis
NaVi out of K1 League ...
Na'Vi low this year ?
They dominated their teams and they got penalized for that?
Post edited 2012-06-03 21:10:37
im laughing my ass off XD made my day
thats diferent, so stop saying "what about now navi fanboys hehe" "damn navi are so weak"
GOT damn it!
Post edited 2012-06-03 21:41:54
navi is still top 5-10 team in the world
Post edited 2012-06-03 23:12:10
Google-translator to help you.
One strange thing I never understood: Chinese teams do always very well against European teams if the tournament is held in China. But outside of China they mostly drop at group stage and barely compete with European teams.
I remember a huge tournament between 2006-09 in China where the European top-teams failed hard against some Chinese teams (can't remember exactly the name of the tournament). At this time SSH was totally unknown and there were only 2 known cases of cheating by using metamod. But this event changed everything cause there were a lot of rumors about Chinese would have used clever metamod scripts (not sure if true or only shit-talking).
Anyway: I think Chinese teams are generally underrated and I would love to see more of them.
MI5 Eteng and HiQi played the same game Navi played, its not like navi played, its not like any of those "unknown" teams had any advantage over the navi. they didnt pass group stage. Step 1 Grow up!. 2 accept it or be sore loosers
SUCK cs online
I wish to see them back to the leading role soon, hope to watch great Navi on Dreemhack.
And then,CSOL is not a Esport game.
some videos,if you guys are interesting.........
is that they didnt read the tournament rules, or that they cant take lose with dignity?
gotta see this :
China vs Us
China vs Australia
stay in your 3rd world country or get a proper education where they'd teach you english.
As a Chinese, I although I was in the UK, I watched several games of this tournament.
I wanna say, NaVi didnt pay 100% concentrate on the games, felt like they looked down the Chinese teams and that's why they are knocked out.
dont be steorotype plz
What do you think when you get lost, trying to ask many people for help (young people actually) with the Hotel card on your hand. And nobody even just stop to look at my eyes, they just go away like they don't see us like we are the ghosts. They just don't care. It's terrible feeling