Today we are proud to announce the launch of the Australian E-Sports Masters
In an effort to create accessible competitive LANs on a much more frequent scale in the Oceanic region, CyberGamer
has launched our new sister site that will play host to these competitions.
To kick things off with a bang we are excited to announce the first competition the Australian E-Sports Masters will host, a $9,000 eight team CSGO event with an online qualifying process in the form of a mini league open to all. The online component will feature a best of three swiss format and run for approximately two months. There will be no skill bracket separation outside of the default swiss pairings.
Swiss format starts everyone at 0W - 0L and will pair you in a match with a team on the same wins and losses as you each round. All qualifier matches are BO3. The qualifiers will be roughly 7 rounds and will continue until the top 8 is known. To save you from wasting your time you will be eliminated from the qualifiers if you reach 4 losses. Your matches will be scheduled via offering/accepting times, similar to CyberGamer.
Signups are open now and will close on April 27th.
The LAN Format will feature two groups of four in a BO1 round robin competition with the top two teams progressing to the BO3 finals single elimination bracket on the second day. The LAN finals is scheduled for July 1st and 2nd in Adelaide at the CG Studio, 10 Lagunta Ave, Edwardstown, SA.
Please find the full details below.
: Australian Esports Masters #1
: Swiss online qualifiers into top 8 LAN
: $100 Per team
1st - $3000
2nd - $2000
3rd - $1000
4th - $1000
5th - 8th - $500
: Starts April 27th, register here
: CyberGamer Studio, Adelaide, July 1st + 2nd. 10 Lagunta Ave, Edwardstown.
: CyberGamer CSGO 5v5 Ruleset (CG bans apply)