The Singapore E-Sports League is the definitive source of tournaments and official rankings for teams and individuals in competitive console gaming in Singapore. Founded to push competitive gaming in Singapore, and to organise financially self-sufficient tournaments that are also of international standard, it is a volunteer-run organisation and staffed by a group of like-minded individuals who want only the best for e-Sports in Singapore. Competitive individual gamers or teams are ranked according to their participation and standing in League-sanctioned tournaments, commonly held at Tough Cookie Gaming Cafe.
The country’s premiere competitive fighting game league finally launched its professional A League this January 2013. Sponsors Mad Catz, Tough Cookie Gaming Cafe, and Robots Gone Bad have come together to support the Super Street Fighter 4: Arcade Edition player league that will determine who the best player in the country is. Also available for your stream monstering are the B and C Leagues, the equivalent of Semi Pro and Amateur leagues for SSF4AE in Singapore. Leagues for other FG are in the making. Click on the links below to find out more.
The Super Street Fighter 4 A League is Singapore’s definitive fighting game league. The invite-only Round Robin league has the country’s top players battling it out for not just a place in e-sports history; the winner of this season’s A League continues on to Final Round in Atlanta, USA.
1st Trip to Final Round in Atlanta + Mad Catz special edition A League stick
3rd & 4th S$200
Click on the photos for the twitter links.
This invite-only Round Robin B League has competitors vying for spots in the vaunted A League, where they go on to challenge each other for the title of Singapore’s best. The B League is a stepping stone to success in the Singapore FGC – it is your ticket out into the world. The B League is currently in its 2nd season.
Sean Koe – @shoguku
Sherman Lum – @Sleeperlzx
Koji – @KJMiyake
Jeremy Lim – @jeremylim224
Vincent Leung – @VC_SG
Or Choon Hock Danny – @HockDanny
Niel Chong – @PhoeNyxSg
Leonard Lin – @foxyance
Eric Cheong – @riCz_cheong
Kee Wenjie – @CampSomeMore
DM Shen Yuan Raymus – @WuzzymanDoomy
James Ong – @James___ong
|Feb 1 2013, Friday, 2230 SGT|
1st S$800 + Mad Catz special edition B League stick
3rd & 4th S$150
This open tournament has no player cap, and is held once weekly at Tough Cookie Gaming Cafe. The C League is an entry point into the league proper. The bottommost ranked players of the B League are demoted to the C League.
Next C League tournament: April 2013
All Series A League matches have to be completed by Feb 10 2013. Tie Breakers are determined by head to head records. Final schedule is as follows
Feb 21 2013 – Thursday
Battle 1: 8th vs 7th race to 7 games
Battle 2: Winner of Battle 1 vs 6th race to 7 games
Feb 22 2013 – Friday
Battle 3: Winner of battle 2 vs 5th race to 7 games
Battle 4: Winner of battle 3 vs 4th race to 7 games
Feb 23 2013 – Saturday
Battle 5: Winner of battle 4 vs 3th race to 7 games
Battle 6: Winner of battle 5 vs 2th race to 7 games
Feb 24 2013 – Sunday
Battle 7: Winner of battle 6 vs 1st in best of 3 sets, each set is a race to 7 games
**Champion and runner up of the Series B League will be promoted to the Series A League
**If the Series A League already has 8 players, the champion and runner up of the Series B League will need to challenge the 8th and 7th ranked players for a position in the Series A League. The losers of this challenge drop down into the Series B League, while the winners are promoted to the Series A League
All Series B League matches have to start by Feb 1 2013. All Series B League matches have to completed by Apr 8 2013. Tie Breakers are determined by head to head records.
Apr 18 2013 – Thursday
Battle 1 : 12th vs 11th race to 7
Battle 2: Winner of Battle 1 vs 10th race to 7 games
Battle 3: Winner of battle 2 vs 9th race to 7 games
Battle 4: Winner of battle 3 vs 8th race to 7 games
Apr 19 2013 – Friday
Battle 5: Winner of battle 4 vs 7th race to 7 games
Battle 6: Winner of battle 5 vs 6th race to 7 games
Battle 7: Winner of battle 6 vs 5th race to 7 games
Apr 20 2013 – Saturday
Battle 8: Winner of battle 7 vs 4th race to 7 games
Battle 9: Winner of battle 8 vs 3rd race to 7 games
Battle 10: Winner of battle 9 vs 2nd race to 7 games
Apr 21 2013 – Sunday
Battle 11: Winner of battle 10 vs 1st in a best of 3 sets, each set is a race to 7 GAMES
Champion and runner up of the Community League will be promoted to the Series B League
If the Series B League already has 12 players, the champion and runner up of the Community League will need to challenge the lowest to the highest ranked players for a position in the Series B League. The losers of this challenge will drop down into the Community League while the winners are promoted to the Series B League.