RaidCall EMS One Spring 2013, RaidCall EMS One Season 1

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RaidCall EMS One Season 1
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Online
Poland Katowice, Poland
Start Date 18 March 2013
End Date 21 April 2013
Teams 16
Version 6.77
Prize Pool $35,000 USD
Website Link
RaidCall EMS One Spring 2013
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The RaidCall EMS One Spring 2013 is the new premier Dota2 competition. Over the course of several weeks, established teams will face up-and-coming challengers in the fight for a spot in the playoffs and eventually at the live event finals, competing for $39,000 in prize money.
Released 08 Feb 2013
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Teams[edit | edit source]

Qualified Teams



U.S. Teams From A-Series




Note:

  • Sweden TCM Gaming replaced Europe Re-defining Madness.
  • Sweden No Tidehunter became Sweden The Alliance during the tournament.
  • Finland rat in the dark replaced Russia Virtus Pro in the offline finals.

Commentators[edit | edit source]

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Christian Czech
Origin: Germany Germany
Language: United Kingdom English
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Kawa
Jarrett Robinson
Origin: United States United States
Language: United Kingdom English


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Toby Dawson
Origin: Australia Australia
Language: United Kingdom English
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Vitalii Volochay
Origin: Ukraine Ukraine
Language: Russia Russian
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Qualification[edit | edit source]

Overall Team Placement[edit | edit source]

Cups[edit | edit source]

Results[edit | edit source]

Group Stage[edit | edit source]

Group A[edit | edit source]

Team Pld W L Pts
Germany Mousesports 3 3 0 3
Europe Fnatic.eu 3 2 1 2
Sweden TCM Gaming 3 1 2 1
United States Fnatic.na 3 0 3 0
2013-3-18 Fnatic.eu Europe > United States Fnatic.na  

2013-3-18 mouz Germany > Sweden TCM  

2013-3-18 Fnatic.eu Europe > Sweden TCM  

2013-3-18 mouz Germany > United States Fnatic.na  

2013-3-18 Fnatic.eu Europe < Germany mouz  

2013-3-18 TCM Sweden > United States Fnatic.na  


Group B[edit | edit source]

Team Pld W L Pts
Ukraine Natus Vincere 3 2 1 2
Denmark Absolute Legends.main 3 2 1 2
Europe Kaipi 3 2 1 2
United States Team Liquid 3 0 3 0
2013-3-19 Na'Vi Ukraine < Denmark aL.main  

2013-3-19 KP Europe > United States Liquid  

2013-3-19 Na'Vi Ukraine > United States Liquid  

2013-3-19 KP Europe > Denmark aL.main  

2013-3-19 Na'Vi Ukraine > Europe KP  

2013-3-19 aL.main Denmark > United States Liquid  


Group C[edit | edit source]

Team Pld W L Pts
France dd 3 3 0 3
Sweden The Alliance 3 2 1 2
Finland rat in the dark 3 1 2 1
United States Infinity Gaming Black 3 0 3 0
2013-3-25 Alliance Sweden > Finland rat  

2013-3-25 dd France > United States IGB  

2013-3-25 Alliance Sweden > United States IGB  

2013-3-25 dd France > Finland rat  

2013-3-25 Alliance Sweden < France dd  

2013-3-25 rat Finland > United States IGB  


Group D[edit | edit source]

Team Pld W L Pts
Russia Virtus Pro 3 3 0 3
Russia RoX.KIS 3 2 1 2
Russia Team Empire 3 1 2 1
United States Eosin+4 3 0 3 0
2013-3-26 VP Russia > Russia RoX  

2013-3-26 Empire Russia > United States E+4  

2013-3-26 E+4 United States < Russia VP  

2013-3-26 Empire Russia < Russia RoX  

2013-3-26 Empire Russia < Russia VP  

2013-3-26 RoX Russia > United States E+4  


Replacement Matches[edit | edit source]

Because Russia Virtus Pro was unable to attend, Sweden TCM Gaming and Finland rat in the dark played a BO3 to see who would replace them.


2013-4-17 TCM Sweden < Finland rat  
2013-4-17 TCM Sweden > Finland rat  
2013-4-17 TCM Sweden < Finland rat  


Offline Finals[edit | edit source]

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                   
       
 Russia RoX.KIS  2
 France dd  0  
 Russia RoX.KIS  2
     Denmark aL.main  0  
 Finland rat in the dark  0
 Denmark aL.main  2  
 Russia RoX.KIS  1
   
   Ukraine Natus Vincere  2
 Germany Mousesports  2
 Sweden The Alliance  1  
 Germany Mousesports  0
     Ukraine Natus Vincere  2  
 Europe Fnatic.eu  0
 Ukraine Natus Vincere  2  
 

Prize Allocation[edit | edit source]

Place Team Prize
1st Ukraine Natus Vincere $12,000 USD
2nd Russia RoX.KIS $7,000 USD
~3rd Denmark Absolute Legends.main $4,000 USD
~3rd Germany Mousesports $4,000 USD
~5th Sweden The Alliance $2,000 USD
~5th France dd $2,000 USD
~5th Europe Fnatic.eu $2,000 USD
~5th Finland rat in the dark $2,000 USD