OSC 2018 Team Championship
$3,000+ directly to teams supporting SC2!
Who will be team of the year?
2017 Champions Exeed Esports
By launching this competition, it is the intent of the OSC to provide a medium for teams to compete with one another, in parallel with our $200,000+ SC2 Player Championship. This Team Championship will use player performance in existent OSC Partnered events to provide additional incentives to players, teams, events and sponsors, as well as creating a more involved storyline for the viewer/fans.
Now, as a player progresses through an OSC partnered tournament for personal financial gain, improved position in the World Rankings, and the chance at qualifying for the Player Championship at the end of the year, they also accumulate points for their organisation in the Team Rankings!
We are running this Championship through Matcherino, meaning we can utalise crowd funding to increase the prizepool of the tournament!
Matcherino Page Here.
YOU can support this event and add $1 for FREE using coupon code: TC18
We have some great donation goal rewards planned (To be added soon), which should act to encourage contributions, and provide entertainment to those who help support this project and goal of helping teams supporting SC2!
Season 1 Recap:
100+ Teams and Clans competed in events from April-Nov.
The top 12 of which qualified for our Finals Playoffs in Feb-March.
Exeed had an amazing lower bracket run, going all the way to take home the trophy!
May to end of 2018 OSC Season (Mid Dec). ~ 8 Months
Starting Prizepool: $2100
Highest Placed Clan:
*These are starting prize pools, which may increase!
+Daily live tracking updates of player activity and results as individual and team rankings
February-March 2019, top 12 Teams/Clans
1st $500, Engraved Trophy, 12 Months OSC Promotional Advertising
*Finals requires 10 registered teams by the end of the season
Likely the same finals format as 2017, combined All Kill into Proleague.
All finals matches will be streamed
To be eligible for Team Season Prizes and Finals Prizes there is a once off registration/admin fee, put back into the prizepool.
$100 Season Clan prize has no registration fee, however if clans want to try for Finals Qualification and Prizes, there’s a discounted registration fee:
$50 registration per team ($75 from October 1st)
$20 registration per clan ($30 from October 1st)
Email initial squads to OSCSC2@gmail.com or contact Peppy to help facilitate team registration.
Team + Clan Live Tracking Website here.
2018 Player Value Live database here.
Teams/Clans earn points for each player who plays in a OSC Partnered Tournament (0.25 Points per player, per tournament). Additionally, bonus points are awarded at the end of the month for each players ranking postition, from 1st-200th (1-8th 8, 9-20th 7, 21-32nd 6, 33-50th 5, 51- 75th 4, 76-100th 3, 101-150th 2, 151-200th 1)
For the purpose of this Championship, we define a team as an established esports organisation (either multi division or sc2 specific), which has sponsors, and supports players with salary, $ incentives, travel support, marketing, or uniforms/gear. Players on the squad can range from professional, semi-pro to ameteur.
For the purpose of this Championship, we define a clan as a social group, made up of players of various skill levels, who lack sponsor support, and do not offer salary,$ incentives, travel support, marketing, or uniforms/gear to anyone within the clan. The clan cannot be attached to a team in any capacity.
Open to any ‘pro team’ or ‘casual clan’ from any region!
Players can only play for one team/clan at a time. If on both a team and a clan, points default to the team
Teams/clans can register as many players as they like. Teams, Clans and Players should notify/contact OSC@gmail.com or OSC Team Championship Project Managers of any roster changes/additions if they want those results added.
No partnerships between teams/clans allowed.
Academies, Extended Squads, and Community Divisions or other similar programs, will all be counted as part of one unified team for rankings purposes.
Teams can add teamless or players from clans to their lists at any time. However If a player leaves between the 1st + 15th of the month, the team they are leaving won’t gain any points from them for that month. If they leave between the 16th-31st, the team can claim the remainder of the month's results, and if the player joins a new team, results can be counted from the beginning of the following month, or at any point within a following month.
OSC reserves the right to update or change/edit the Team Championships format, prizepool distribution, rankings formula, or duration at any time throughout it's run in order to improve the design or access to competitors, teams, or larger community.
Teams/Clans should nominate one manager and one player/captain, and provide contact details for both. These two will be the points of contact for team updates, roster changes, database updates, and prizepool payouts.
Teams/Clans should list all playing members within the organisation. Competitive players, managers, academy players, production staff - if they're not on another team, and you may as well try and get points from them!