NA Challenger Series/2016 Season/Summer Playoffs

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2016 NACS Summer Playoffs
CS NA logo re-up.png
League Information
Organizer: Riot Games
Server: North America
Event Type: Offline
Country United States USA
Format: Single Elim. Playoffs
Prize pool: $ 25,000
Start Date: 2016-07-12
End Date: 2016-07-20
Results
Winner: C9logo std.png Cloud9 Challenger
Second: Liquid Alogo std.png Team Liquid Academy
Third: Novalogo std.png Nova eSports
DTlogo std.png Dream Team
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Overview

The 2016 NACS Summer Playoffs will determine who will join the 2017 LCS Spring Promotion.

Format

Prize Pool

Place Prize Team Qualified for
Gold.png 1st $ 10,000 C9logo std.png Cloud9 Challenger NA LCS Spring Promotion Qualification Round
Silver.png 2nd $ 7,000 Liquid Alogo std.png Team Liquid Academy NA LCS Spring Promotion Elimination Round
SF.png
3rd/4th
$ 4,000 Novalogo std.png Nova eSports -
DTlogo std.png Dream Team -

Participants

Eye - Show All.pngRosters

See here for match-by-match roster breakdowns.
Nova eSports
Sweden Flaxxish
Norway k0u
Canada Ablazeolive
USA Rikara
USA Ken

Results

  Semifinals Finals
             
  Liquid Alogo std.png Liquid A 3
  Novalogo std.png Nova 0
  Liquid Alogo std.png Liquid A 2
  C9logo std.png C9C 3
  C9logo std.png C9C 3
  DTlogo std.png dT 0

Controversy

In the last game of the finals between Team Liquid Academy vs Cloud9 Challenger, Piglet failed to lock in a champion had Rammus selected randomly. Team Liquid Academy were not offered a remake. The relevant rule states:

8.8.5 Selection Error. In the event of an erroneously-selected Champion pick or ban, the team in error must notify a CS official before the other team has locked in their next selection. If so, the process will be restarted and brought back to the point at which the error occurred so that the team in error may correct its mistake. If the next selection is locked before the team in error gives notice to a CS official, the erroneous selection shall be deemed irrevocable.[1]

However, in this case it was ruled that the rule did not apply as no pick was locked in. RiotTiza stated:

In this case, an "erroneous pick" is locking in an incorrect pick (e.g. misclicking on a ban, quickly locking before realizing the selection was wrong). Running out of time while hovering the wrong champion is not an erroneous pick, but time expiring as normal.
We determined that* Rule 8.8.5 does not apply to a champion picked automatically due to time expiring, as any team could use a timeout as an excuse to buy time in champ select. It is expected that teams complete their picks within the allotted time.[2]

Relevant Links & Discussion

Schedule/VODs

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Game Schedule
Round Match Result Date YOU PDT CEST KST Countdown VoDs/Stream Discussion
Semi
Liquid A Liquid Alogo std.png
vs. Novalogo std.png Nova
[Show] 2016,7,13,01,00 2016,7,13,01,00 18:00 03:00 10:00 123 Reddit
Semi
C9C C9logo std.png
vs. DTlogo std.png dT
[Show] 2016,7,14,01,00 2016,7,14,01,00 18:00 03:00 10:00 123 Reddit
Finals
Liquid A Liquid Alogo std.png
vs. C9logo std.png C9C
[Show] 2016,7,21,01,00 2016,7,21,01,00 18:00 03:00 10:00 12345 Reddit

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External Links

References

  1. 2016 Season Official Rules esports-assets.s3.amazonaws.com
  2. RiotTiza's Reddit Post reddit.com