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AEM Season 2

in PC: General by Asterix - Jun 15th 2017

Season 2 is brought to you by Origin: https://originpc.com.au/

Signups for season 2 are open now and will close on July 3rd at 8pm. Late regos will be open for 48 hours.

The LAN finals is scheduled for September 23rd and 24th in Adelaide at the CG Studio, 10 Lagunta Ave, Edwardstown, SA.

Click read more for full info.

Overwatch on CG

in PC by Asterix - Jun 14th 2017

Hi Overwatch players, I thought i'd make a quick post to let you guys know our plans for overwatch for the next few months.

Firstly, thanks to everyone who came out to the finals on the weekend, it went very smoothly and we were happy with the turnout. Photos for the event can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/pg/CyberGamerNetwork/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1457276411003968

For the future Overwatch on CG, we intend to add Overwatch to the next season of CGPL, which will start sometime in August and have LAN finals in late October, this will have a $10,000 prize pool.

In the mean time we'll be running weekly $180 overwatch tournaments and a monthly one with a larger prize pool. Hopefully this will help build the scene up a bit leading into CGPL.

Assuming CGPL goes well we'll likely have Overwatch be a regular game for it throughout the CGPL year.

The next weekly tournament is here:

http://au.cybergamer.com/tournaments/13669/

Thanks!

CyberGamer League of Legends Open Ladder 2017

in PC by FlyingFinn - Jun 11th 2017

Introduction
Cybergamer would like to invite all teams to compete in an upcoming ladder aimed at growing our community at a grass roots level. Whether you're in it for fun, or reckon you're the OCE Faker, get your mates together, think up a team name, and take on some of the best amateur LoL players in the region.

Mobile & Menu Changes

in PC, PS, XBOX by Asterix - May 29th 2017

Hello everyone, i've updated the site to be a bit more mobile friendly. This includes the top menu of the site, and the main page content.

There will be a few style issues that i'll be sorting for the rest of the day, if you have any issues that persist beyond today, open a support ticket.

Thanks

AEM - Late regos close tomorrow

in PC by Asterix - Apr 29th 2017

Hi everyone, late registrations for the $9,000 AEM season close tomorrow night (Sunday). If you're interested in joining please signup and complete payment ASAP:

www.australianesportsmasters.com.au/pc/aem1/

Open a support ticket on the AEM site if you have run into any issues. All incomplete/unpaid teams will be removed tomorrow night.

Cheers

AOC CGPL Winter 2017 - CGa Information

in PC by CS:GO Admin - Apr 28th 2017

AOC CGPL Winter 2017 is right around the corner and we are excited to get things moving! Once again CGa is open for all who wish to participate.
Please ensure you have your team Signed up to the ladder by the 13th of May. We will allow late registration for the first two weeks of the ladder.
We will be using the same ladder system with elo as last season with 2 games a week being played in a BO1 format.
You can register your team up HERE .

AOC CGPL Winter 2017 Promotion/Relegation Ser...

in PC by MC - Apr 25th 2017

CyberGamer is happy to announce the promotion/relegation system for the following seasons that will promote team stability and consistency in performance.

Please note that the promotion/relegation system for the AOC CGPL Winter 2017 differs slightly from the system that will be in place for future seasons.

The new promotion/relegation system includes the expansion of CyberGamer Intermediate and CyberGamer Main to fourteen teams each, whilst CyberGamer Professional will remain at eight teams.


Promotion/Relegation Format
The new promotion/relegation system will feature the following:


  • Finalists of a division, (as well as 9th and 10th from the AOC CGPL Winter 2017 and future seasons) will at a minimum retain their position in their division next season (provided they retain core 3).
  • Teams which place bottom four will play in an eight team (sixteen team for CGm) promotion/relegation series (provided they retain core 3).
  • Teams which place 1st or 2nd in their division will play in an eight team (sixteen team for CGm) promotion/relegation series (provided they retain core 3).
  • Two additional teams which fit specific criteria will be given injected slots into the qualifier. If more than two teams fit this criteria, a pre-qualifier will be held to determine the two teams.


A promotion/relegation series will be played for CGp, CGi which are eight team qualifiers* with the top four teams qualifying for the respective division. The CGm promotion/relegation series is a sixteen team qualifier with four teams progressing to CGm. The teams which fail to qualify will be invited to the division below.

*The CGp Promotion/Relegation series for the AOC CGPL Winter 2017 will feature nine teams instead of eight.

Each promotion/relegation series will be in BO3, double elimination format.


Promotion/Relegation Team List

CGp Promotion/Relegation
Mindplex (previously "SYF Gaming")
Cypher
Corvidae
Alpha Sydney
Athletico
Funky Monkeys
Dark Sided
Tainted Minds
Supremacy

CGi Promotion/Relegation
Athletico Black
Down To Frag
Global Sanction
Athletico Academy
Injected Team One
Injected Team Two
MastermindsGC (Moved up as Incept eSports disbanded)
TBA (A seeding match will be played between 5th-8th CGm due to Riotous disbanding)*

*This match between Vanquishers, Ninja Esports, Empyre and Ravens Blue will be played on May 1-2 in a BO3 Single Elimination format.

CGm Promotion/Relegation
Infinity (previously "The Wiggles")
Node
Aurifex
Deus Inferos
Cortex
MC E-Sports
Injected Team One
Injected Team Two
Injected Team Three
Injected Team Four
Injected Team Five (Due to Sublime disbanding)
Injected Team Six (Due to SnakeySnakes disbanding)
Injected Team Seven (Due to Instinct being disqualified)
Injected Team Eight (Due to Dedset disbanding)
Injected Team Nine (Due to Control disbanding)
Injected Team Ten (Due to HELLFIRE disbanding)


Injected Team Criteria
Teams are eligible to receive an injected slot into a qualifier if they meet one criterion of the following criteria. If more teams meet this criteria than there are injected slots available, excluding the CGp Promotion/Relegation Series, a pre-qualifier will be held from May 1 to determine these teams.

CGp Promotion/Relegation Series Criteria:

  • Team comprises of three players who played the Acer CGPL Autumn 2017 Professional Division.
  • Core three from a team which competed in ZEN League Season 1 2017
  • Core three from a team which competed in ESL AU & NZ Championships Season 1 2017

CGi Promotion/Relegation Series Criteria:

  • Team comprises of three players who played the Acer CGPL Autumn 2017 Intermediate Division or above and/or three players who played the CyberGamer Intermediate League Season 9 or above.

CGm Promotion/Relegation Series Criteria:

  • Team comprises of three players who played the Acer CGPL Autumn 2017 Main Division or above and/or three players who played the CyberGamer Main League Season 9 or above.


Promotion/Relegation Series Team Disbandment Contingencies
The promotion/relegation system has the following contingencies in place in the event of team disbandment:

If a team disbands who retains their spot in a division:

1. The promotion/relegation series for the division above will be increased by 1 slot.

For example, running a nine team CGp promotion/relegation series allowing four teams to qualify for CGp and five teams to be invited to CGi in the event that a cgi team disbands.

2. If the promotion/relegation series for the division above cannot be increased further as no teams fit the criteria, the number of qualifying spots from the promotion/relegation series below increases by one slot.

For example, running a nine team CGi promotion/relegation series allowing five teams to qualify for CGi and four teams to be invited to CGm in the event that a CGi team disbands.


If a team disbands who is eligible for the lower tier promotion/relegation series:

1. The number of teams in the promotion/relegation series remains the same, with the disbanded team being replaced by the next finalist of the lower division. This is not the case for CGa, CGa will remain at top eight only with the disbanded team instead being replaced by an injected team. If there aren't enough injected teams for CGm Promotion/Relegation series the series will run with less than sixteen teams.

For example, running an eight team CGi promotion/relegation series with the disbanded team in the qualifier (a bottom CGi team) being replaced by 3rd place CGm. (In the event this occurs, 3rd-4th CGm will play a seeding match at the time of the pre-qualifiers to determine which team takes the spot)


If a team disbands who is eligible for the higher tier promotion/relegation series:

1. The number of teams in the promotion/relegation series remains the same, with the disbanded team being replaced by an injected team.

For example, running an eight team CGi promotion/relegation series with the disbanded team in the qualifier (a top CGm team) being replaced by an injected team.


Pre-Qualifier Signup Information
There is no pre-qualifier for the CGp Promotion/Relegation Series. Teams eligible for injected spots in the CGi and CGm Promotion/Relegation Series can signup via the following forms. Incomplete or incorrectly completed forms will not be accepted.

CGi Promotion/Relegation Injected Team Signup

CGm Promotion/Relegation Injected Team Signup


Promotion/Relegation Series Signup Information
If your team is already eligible for a promotion/relegation series, please signup to the appropriate tournament. Failure to do so by 29 April may result in your spot in the qualifier not being retained.

CGp Promotion/Relegation Injected Team Signup

CGi Promotion/Relegation Injected Team Signup

CGm Promotion/Relegation Injected Team Signup


Key Dates
25 April - Signups for CGi and CGm Promotion/Relegation injected teams open
29 April - Signups for CGi and CGm Promotion/Relegation injected teams close
29 April - Signups for CGi and CGm Promotion/Relegation teams close (on tournament page above)
30 April - CGi and CGm Promotion/Relegation team lists are finalised
1 May - CGp Promotion/Relegation Series begins
1 May - CGi and CGm Injected Teams Pre-Qualifier begins
1 May - 5th-8th CGm playoff for the one spot in the CGi Promotion/Relegation Series begins.
2 May - 5th-8th CGm playoff for the one spot in the CGi Promotion/Relegation Series concludes.
4 May - CGp Promotion/Relegation Series concludes
4 May - CGi and CGm Injected Teams Pre-Qualifier concludes
8 May - CGi and CGm Promotion/Relegation Series begins
10 May - CGi Promotion/Relegation Series concludes
12 May - CGm Promotion/Relegation Series concludes


Promotion/Relegation Series Schedule
All times are scheduled for 7PM by default unless otherwise agreed on by both teams. All matches are Best of Three maps.

CGp Promotion Relegation Series
May 1 - Winners Bracket Round 1
May 2 - Winners Bracket Round 2, Losers Bracket Round 1
May 3 - Winners Bracket Round 3, Losers Bracket Round 2
May 4 - Losers Bracket Round 3

CGi Promotion Relegation Series
May 8 - Winners Bracket Round 1
May 9 - Winners Bracket Round 2, Losers Bracket Round 1
May 10 - Losers Bracket Round 2

CGm Promotion Relegation Series
May 8 - Winners Bracket Round 1
May 9 - Winners Bracket Round 2, Losers Bracket Round 1
May 10 - Winners Bracket Round 3, Losers Bracket Round 2
May 11 - Losers Bracket Round 3
May 12 - Losers Bracket Round 4

Division Team List
The division list for the AOC CGPL Winter 2017 is as follows:

CyberGamer Professional
ChiefsESC
Avant Garde
Immunity
Legacy
1st-4th CGp Promotion/Relegation Series
1st-4th CGp Promotion/Relegation Series
1st-4th CGp Promotion/Relegation Series
1st-4th CGp Promotion/Relegation Series

CyberGamer Intermediate
5th-9th CGp Promotion/Relegation Series
5th-9th CGp Promotion/Relegation Series
5th-9th CGp Promotion/Relegation Series
5th-9th CGp Promotion/Relegation Series
5th-9th CGp Promotion/Relegation Series
Trash Pandas
JAM Gaming
Trident
Team Noxide
SSU eSports (previously "Elim Gaming")
1st-4th CGi Promotion/Relegation Series
1st-4th CGi Promotion/Relegation Series
1st-4th CGi Promotion/Relegation Series
1st-4th CGi Promotion/Relegation Series

CyberGamer Main
5th-8th CGi Promotion/Relegation Series
5th-8th CGi Promotion/Relegation Series
5th-8th CGi Promotion/Relegation Series
5th-8th CGi Promotion/Relegation Series
Vanquishers
Ninja Esports
Empyre
Ravens Blue
1st-6th CGm Promotion/Relegation Series
1st-6th CGm Promotion/Relegation Series
1st-6th CGm Promotion/Relegation Series
1st-6th CGm Promotion/Relegation Series
1st-6th CGm Promotion/Relegation Series
1st-6th CGm Promotion/Relegation Series

CGPL Winter 2017 CGp Relegations

in PC by Cyanide. - Apr 16th 2017

We have to start off with a BIG congratulations to all divisional winners for the Predator CGPL Autumn series.

CGp ( invited to championships )
Chiefs Esports Club - $5501
Avant Garde - $2500

CGi
Athletico - $1250
Funky Monkeys - $750

Australian E-Sports Masters

in PC, PS, XBOX: General by Asterix - Apr 14th 2017

Today we are proud to announce the launch of the Australian E-Sports Masters website.

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.

Name: Australian Esports Masters #1

Format: Swiss online qualifiers into top 8 LAN

Entry Fee: $100 Per team

Prize Pool:
1st - $3000
2nd - $2000
3rd - $1000
4th - $1000
5th - 8th - $500

Online Qualifiers: Starts April 27th, register here.

Lan Venue: CyberGamer Studio, Adelaide, July 1st + 2nd. 10 Lagunta Ave, Edwardstown.

Ruleset: CyberGamer CSGO 5v5 Ruleset (CG bans apply)

Expression of interest: new LAN competition

in PC by Asterix - Apr 10th 2017

Hello CSGO players, now that CG has a studio, we're considering starting up a new competition with LAN finals. This would be done as a new brand on it's own independent website, but run by CyberGamer.

The format I'm thinking of currently would run something like the following (ignore dates, they are just posted as a guide for season length for flights etc):

Entry fee per team:
$100

Online Qualifier #1
Sunday May 7th: 10am-10pm - Double Elimination, top 4 teams make it to LAN

Online Qualifier #2
Sunday May 14th: 10am-10pm - Double Elimination, top 4 teams make it to LAN

LAN Finals:
Saturday+Sunday June 3rd-4th

Prize pool:
1st: $3,500
2nd: $2,500
3rd: $1,000
4th: $1,000
5th: $500
6th: $500
7th: $500
8th: $500

Total: $10,000

The alternative format would be a 4-5 week online season of some fashion, likely swiss format: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swiss-system_tournament

Anyway, the competition's aim is essentially for a LAN final to occur every 6-8 weeks with essentially zero down-time between seasons if possible.

Please vote in the poll above if you would be interested in something like this as i'm unsure whether the scene wants in an additional recurring LAN competition. I think it is only sustainable if there is at least 50 teams interested, and basically won't bother pursuing the idea any further if there isn't strong interest.

Any questions let me know.

eLeague.gg - BYOC LAN - April 22nd, 2017

in PC: General by taptapBOOM - Apr 6th 2017

Hey everyone! eLeague.gg, Sydney's biggest BYOC LAN is back for its Autumn event, with 200+ seats available. We're in a shiny new venue with fibre internet, located in the heart of Chatswood - Chatswood Concourse (Civic Pavilion) - we're right next door to a Grill'd, Ben & Jerry's and a Westfield so there's plenty of food options this time around. There's on-site, underground parking with lifts that go straight into the venue room!

TOURNAMENTS on the day:


  • CS:GO (5 v 5)
  • 1st place: $750 cash ($150 x 5)
  • 2nd place: $500 cash ($100 x 5)
  • 3rd place: Free entry to WinterFest (July 8th)


  • Overwatch (6 v 6)
  • 1st place: $900 ($150 x 6) + AMD Ryzen 1700X CPU x 6!
  • 2nd place: $600 ($100 x 6)
  • 3rd place: Free entry to WinterFest (July 8th)


  • Rocket League (3 v 3)
  • 1st place: $450 ($150 x 3) + Corsair Sabre RGB Mouse x 3
  • 2nd place: $300 ($100 x 3)
  • 3rd place: Free entry to WinterFest (July 8th)


  • Street Fighter V (1 v 1)
  • 1st place: $100
  • 2nd place: $50


HOW DO I SIGN UP?!

SEAT RESERVATION FOR PRE-PAID TEAMS

Just buy a ticket! We will be taking team signups on the day, unfortunately we're still building our team management/registration system but we don't want to release a buggy team system to you guys; so while there's a chance the system will be online in the next 15 days, it's slim. For now, if you have a whole team, we have a reservation system here that let's you reserve seats - please note you must pre-pay for seat reservation for your team; we do it based off ticket codes from our site.



GET TICKETS HERE!


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Hope to see you all there, I'm the owner of eLeague.gg, I'll do my best to answer any questions you might have. Please note, my role in this is mostly organising the technical side of the event, and all the logistics, etc. So it may take me a little bit to reply to you here.

You can usually ask around or discuss on Discord (ping @jaytwitchGG - that's me)

$11k Overwatch: Cybergamer OCE Circuit Presen...

in PC by Cyanide. - Mar 24th 2017

Overwatch: Cybergamer OCE Circuit Presented by AOC
Cybergamer has been proud supporters of Overwatch since release, today we are exhilarated to announce in partnership with AOC and AMD the Overwatch: Cybergamer OCE Circuit. With $11,000 cash and LAN finals at the brand new CG Studio we just cant wait to get started. Kicking off on the 3rd and 4th of April teams across the region will have a chance to qualify for the exciting 7 week series to find out who will be invited to the LAN finals.

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