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Season 14 of the ESL ANZ Championship is upon us. Sixteen teams will take to the server over the coming months, with a spot at the EPL Conference and title of Oceania’s best up for grabs.
- Paradox, Vertex survive scares in 1-0 matchups
- Top four favourites locked in for qualification matches next week
- 0-1 matchups begin today; losers face elimination next week
All eight best-of-threes for the ESL ANZ Champs second Swiss round will hit this week in the season’s first “Super Week”, with Renegades taking on 8Ballers to open the round on Monday at 6pm AEST.
The four favourites (Renegades, Order, Paradox & Vertex) will be looking to set themselves up for qualification next week, should they overcome their opponents this week.
Of the matchups, an up-and-coming Overt will be looking to crack one of those top four teams in Paradox on Tuesday, while early underdog hopes DGG Esports take on a shaky Vertex on Wednesday.
Wednesday and Thursday will see our 0-1 teams aim to secure their first wins of the season, with no-one wanting to drop into the dreaded 0-2 bracket and face potential early elimination.
We’ve wrapped up everything ESL ANZ Champs S14: schedule, standings & more.
ESL ANZ Champs S14: Stream
ESL ANZ Champs streams live on Twitch. Miss the action? Catch-up on the platform within 24 hours.
ESL ANZ Champs S14 — Standings (Swiss)
Stage one of the ESL ANZ Champs begins February 28. Hosting a Swiss format, three wins secures a spot in the double-elimination second stage; three losses, and the team is sent packing.
All Swiss matches are best-of-one, with the final round a best-of-three series.
Stage two will see the qualified teams battle it out in a double-elimination bracket.
|Dynasty Esports Club||0-1|
ESL ANZ Champs S14 schedule & results
Week 3 schedule, Swiss Round 2 (March 14 – March 24)
|Monday, March 14||Renegades 2-0 8Ballers||6pm|
|Kingsmen 1-2 Order||8:30pm|
|Tuesday, March 15||Paradox 2-0 Overt||6pm|
|Vertex 2-1 DGG Esports||8:30pm|
|Wednesday, March 16||1620 Kings W-FF DoMilk||6pm|
|Camo 2-1 Kanga||8:30pm|
|Thursday, March 17||Nut-E Gaming v Hysteria||6pm|
|Sanguine v Dynasty||8:30pm|
Week 1 & 2 results, Swiss Round 1 (February 28 – March 10)
|Monday, February 28||Order 2-1 Camo||6pm|
|Vertex 2-0 Dynasty||8:30pm|
|Thursday, March 3||Renegades 2-0 DoMilk||6pm|
|Paradox 2-0 Hysteria||8:30pm|
|Monday, March 7||Overt 2-0 Nut-E Gaming||6pm|
|Sanguine 0-2 DGG Esports||8:30pm|
|Thursday, March 10||Kingsmen 2-0 Kanga Esports||6pm|
|1620 Kings 1-2 8Ballers||8:30pm|
ESL ANZ Champs Preview (February 27)
ESL Australia’s ANZ Champs has returned for Season 14, and will start tonight with Order taking on Camo and Vertex battling against Dynasty.
There are more question marks over the scene than ever before; plenty of top teams have made adjustments over the off-season, with the regulars getting early overseas experience under their belts ahead of the Championship.
Order, Renegades and Vertex received direct invites to this season of ANZ Champs, while 13 more teams made it through the open qualifier, including big names Paradox, Overt and 8Ballers.
Reigning champions LookingForOrg will not be present for ANZ Champs Season 14, with the team still competing and bootcamping in Europe.
Order will be seeking their fourth ANZ Champs title after falling just short to LFO last season, while Renegades enter the Championship for the first time since Season 11.
ESL ANZ Champs, and it’s lower tier in ANZ Main, will run side-by-side throughout the next two months before the playoffs commence in early May.
ESL ANZ Champs S14 rosters
The region is in the midst of a massive reshuffle, with more roster changes planned in the coming month.
Luke “ekul” Bailey announced his retirement following Order’s win at Rivalry’s Insanely Awesome CS:GO Tournament, but will stand-in for the team until further notice.
Liam “malta” Schembri has completed his move from Renegades to Vertex, while Jay “Liazz” Tregillgas will remain in the Renegades roster for the beginning of ESL ANZ Champs. Sources indicate he was standing in for RNG temporarily at IEM Katowice.
UPDATE March 10: Isaac “prodigy” Dahlan announced that Darcy “Mr Shark” Clarke will permanently replace Julian “JoolzCheat” Griffin going forward.
|Vertex Esports Club||BRACE||pz||Roflko||apocdud||malta|
|Dynasty Esports Club||supa||THRILA||Mechanical||nub||N1ghtraid|