World Cyber Games 2012

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The 2012 World Cyber Games (also known as WCG 2012) took place from 29 November to 2 December 2012 in Kunshan, Jiangsu, China. It was the second time the World Cyber Games (WCG) was held in China. The event hosted 500 players from 40 countries[1] competing for prize pool over $258,000.[2]

Official games[edit]

PC games[edit]

Promotion games[edit]

Results[edit]

Official[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
CrossFire Invictus Gaming
China
Zhe Ma
(MZiN)
Freedom
Vietnam
Hoang Anh Tuan Pham
(Free..Sniper)
MSI-EvoGT.tnc
Philippines
Dale Duque
(DHALEE)
z3u
(n1ce)
z3u
(Free..Tanker)
z3u
(ELGEE)
z3u
(18)
z3u
(Excavator)
z3u
(KART)
z3u
(4mE)
z3u
(Free..Dancer)
z3u
(Nasmi)
z3u
(Best)
z3u
(Free..Kicker)
z3u
(r4mpage)
Dota 2 Invictus Gaming
China
Luo Feichi
(iG.Ferrari_430)
DK
China
Xu Zhilei
(BurNIng)
DevilMice
Belarus
Barshak Artsiom
(fng)
z3u
(iG.YYF)
z3u
(MMY)
z3u
(JACKAL)
Chen Yao
(iG.zhou)
z3u
(QQQ)
z3u
(James)
z3u
(ch)
z3u
(rOtK)
z3u
(Sunlight)
z3u
(Faith)
z3u
(Super)
z3u
(wejustzik)
FIFA 12 Germany Kai Wollin (Acer | deto) Poland Bartosz Tritt (Bartas) Argentina Francisco Sotullo (Patan)
StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty South Korea Lee Sak WON (ST_Parting) France Benoit Strypsteen (Adelscott) China Hu Xiang (iG.MacSed)
Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne China Zeng Zhuo (WE.GIGABYE.TED) China Lu Weiliang (Steelseries.Fly100%) China Li Xiaofeng (WE.GIGABYTE.Sky)

Promotion[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Counter-Strike Online CIRESHII
China
Ciresoiu Cires
(cireshel)
ZINCTHAI
China
Ning Wan
(Richie)
UMX-Gaming
Taiwan
Tzu-An Chen
(cedrik)
z3u />(MO) z3u
(z8z)
z3u />(dpker)
z3u />(Savage) z3u
(4357)
z3u
(Evant)
z3u
(tb)
z3u
(qhz)
z3u
(kandinsky)
z3u
(XF)
z3u
(QZ)
z3u
(nitor)
Defense of the Ancients TongFu
China
Zhi Hao Chen
(Hao)
LGD Gaming
China
Bin Xie
(Sc)
Avengers
Mongolia
Temuujin Khurts
(lazycom)
z3u
(Longdd)
z3u
(Sylar)
z3u
(MoS)
z3u
(Mu)
z3u
(xiao8)
z3u
(Snake)
z3u
(SanSheng)
z3u
(Yao)
z3u
(Tabaa)
z3u
(Veronica)
z3u
(ddc)
z3u
(Tiffance)
QQ Speed China z3u (Xiong Ba Ge) China z3u (zixi) No Entry
QQ Speed
Team
MUMA
China
Ya Hao Cheng
(Mu war Tangshu Cyh)
Border、Our home
China
Yang Xu
(NAIR)
No Entry
z3u
(Guan gaoren)
z3u
(Pencil)
World of Tanks The RED: Rush
Russia
Dmitry Palashchenko
(LeBwa)
WaveKnight
China
Chen Yu
(FireStorm)
Fulcrum Gaming
United States
z3u
(hugomaximus)
z3u
(de1uxe)
z3u
(BraveRabbit)
z3u
(Nagatron)
z3u
(Ec1ipse)
z3u
(Avenger)
z3u
(Relics)
z3u
(Inspirer)
z3u
(Gggggy)
z3u
(Sov13t)
z3u
(K23IEmelka)
z3u
(PurpleFox)
z3u
(CzechMonster)
z3u
(Kapp1)
z3u
(SaM)
z3u
(Friction)
z3u
(Kirilloid)
z3u
(Unicorn)
z3u
(Fzerox)

Official games results by country[edit]

Country Gold Silver Bronze
Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg China 3 2 2
Flag of Germany.svg Germany 1
Flag of South Korea.svg South Korea 1
Flag of France.svg France 1
Flag of Poland.svg Poland 1
Flag of Vietnam.svg Vietnam 1
Flag of Argentina.svg Argentina 1
Flag of Belarus.svg Belarus 1
Flag of the Philippines.svg Philippines 1

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.wcg.com/6th/fun/news/news_view.asp?keyno=C12121210001
  2. ^ http://www.wcg.com/renew/history/wcg2012/wcg2012_awards.asp
  3. ^ a b c d e [1] on wcg.com, accessed on October 17, 2012
  4. ^ a b c d [2] on wcg.com, accessed on October 17, 2012