Let us start with the format updates first! As we previously mentioned, each player who drops out in the Group Stage of WCS Spring will get a second chance in the Knockout Bracket.
Knockout Bracket consists of six rounds and has a single-elimination format: players who drop out in the Group Stage 1 will play each other in Knockout Bracket Round 1 and Round 2, fourth and third place finishers in Group Stage 2 will join them in Round 3 and Round 4 respectively - and players who don’t manage to advance from Group Stage 3 will drop to Rounds 5-6 accordingly.
Please look through our format update video to get a general understanding of how the new format works.
If you want more details on the updated tournament format and seeding process, please take a look at our full tournament ruleset. If there are still questions left, don’t hesitate to reach out to our team via email@example.com!
So, who is going to fight for $100.000, 12.600 WCS points and direct seeding to the 2019 WCS Global Finals? We have carefully processed all signups and we are now ready to guarantee spots for 70 WCS Spring attenders, including WCS Challenger winners and participants:
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Please note that full player list will be released on the second week of May. Get ready for the first ever WCS Circuit event in Ukraine and follow the official WCS website for more updates on the upcoming spring battle!
Original post by StarLadder
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