22nd November 2013, Beijing | AsianCyberGames is back in 2013. This year the battle will take place in Beijing, China. Top teams from respective SEA countries will be competing in the grand final to prove that who is the best of the best.
For four consecutive years, MSI has been dedicating to e-sports community around the world. This year, cooperated with Asian Cyber Games (ACG), we are proud to bring Counter Strike: Global Offensive to international scale. The champion of the AsianCyberGames 2013 will represent SEA in the MSI BeatIt 2013 Global Championship on the following day!
- 22nd November 2013
ABOUT THE LOCATION
Shijingshan Stadium located at 32 Shijingshan Rd Shijingshan, Beijing. Shijingshan Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Beijing, China. It is currently used primarily for football matches. The stadium holds 20,000 people. Stadium construction commenced in February 1981 and was completed in October 1986.
The Stadium is located at Beijing transportation system — western part of Chang An street extension line. North way is facing the “Sun Island” hotel and “Jing Yan” Restaurant, Next to the Shijingshan theme park and cultural recreation square. Railway no. 1 has a station on the stadium. The transportation is very convenient.
The stadium has a unique exterior design. Total area of 1.7Ha. Build-up space up to 11000 square meters. Surrounded by refreshing green environment. The stadium has a capacity of 3000 spectators. Besides that, it is also equipped with hi-definition audio and automatic air-cond systems.
Champions of AsianCyberGames National Finals represent respective countries in the Grand Final
BEAT IT SEA national qualifiers (ACG) starts from August, and 8 champion teams from national qualifiers
will fly to Beijing, China for SEA regional Final on November 22nd.
|SEA champion will be qualified to MSI BEAT IT Global Final and compete on stage with famous gamers around the world!|
|Following SEA regional Final, MSI BEAT IT global Final will start on 23rd -24th November 2013.
There will be a series of eliminations to show which team has the ability to get the ultimate CS:GO Championship.
The 1st place of grand final winner will receive $10,000 USD plus five high end MSI GE70 gaming laptops;
Second finalist will get $7,000 USD and third placed team will take home $5,000 USD.
Total prize pool will reach an astonishing sum of $100,000 USD!
Match refer to the bracket
|10:00 – 10:20||Southeast Asia CS Opening Ceremony||-|
|10:30 – 11:30||Southeast Asia CS:GO Match A||SMACKDOWN vs GPR.BN|
|Southeast Asia CS:GO Match B||Nearly God.MSI vs LZ|
|Southeast Asia CS:GO Match C||Flash Esports vs tnc|
|Southeast Asia CS:GO Match D||Legends vs nxl|
|12:00 – 13:00||Southeast Asia CS:GO Winner Bracket Match E||SMACKDOWN vs LZ|
|Southeast Asia CS:GO Winner Bracket Match F||Flash Esports vs nxl|
|Southeast Asia CS:GO Loser Bracket Match J||GPR.BN vs Nearly God.MSI|
|Southeast Asia CS:GO Loser Bracket Match K||tnc vs Legends|
|Southeast Asia CS:GO Loser Bracket Match L||SMACKDOWN vs Nearly God.MSI|
|Southeast Asia CS:GO Loser Bracket Match M||Flash Esports vs Legends|
|13:30 – 14:30||Southeast Asia CS:GO Winner Bracket Final G||LZ vs nxl|
|15:00 – 16:00||Southeast Asia CS:GO Loser Bracket Match N||SMACKDOWN vs Legends|
|16:30 – 17:30||Southeast Asia CS:GO Loser Bracket Final O||LZ vs Legends|
|18:00 – 19:00||Southeast Asia CS:GO Final Game 1 H||nxl vs Legends|
|19:00 – 20:00||Southeast Asia CS:GO Final Game 2 I||nxl vs Legends|
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