G1-League invitees now includes: N9 and iG

General Chirag “crashlite” Samtani
China's G1 Champions League has now enumerated two more established teams into their already fearful list of teams. The two teams include none other than Seattle's grand prize winners, Invictus Gaming. Natural 9, the favored Australian team has also joined up into the list of invitees in China's G1 League

With the transfer market buzzing around, it will certainly be interesting to see how the players play in their new teams. Who wouldn't want to see LongDD in action at TongFu or 357 and Dai rallying it up at DK as soon as possible in a buzzing tournament? China's G1 Champions League gives us exactly that.

The prize for the G1-League has be determined to be: 180000RMB for the champions, 60000RMB for the runner-ups, 50000RMB and 40000RMB for the 3rd and 4th places respectively. Invictus Gaming and Natural 9 will join some eight other teams to compete for the glorious cash prize.

The teams listed in the invitees are:

China Invictus Gaminng
Australia Natural 9
China TongFu
China DK
China LGD
Malaysia Orange
Malaysia MUFC

The teams listed above will be accompanied by three more members through the G1-League qualifying playoff round. The teams for the qualifying round includes an oddball of an North American team, none other than Evil Geniuses, Mineski, For.Love, sqL etc. The schedule is as stated:

G1 Qualifying Round
TeamsSchedule
Philippines DreamzvsChina FL October 13, 12.00 CET
China NA vsSingapore Flash October 13, 15.00 CET
United States EG vsPhilippines Mineski.HyperX October 14, 12.00 CET
China MDvsAustralia sql October 14, 15.00 CET
Winners Bracket Round
TeamsSchedule
Other Match 1 Winner vsOther Match 2 Winner October 15, 12.00 CET
Other Match 3 Winner vsOther Match 4 Winner October 15, 15.00 CET


The losers of the winners brackets will then face on a showdown on October 16, 2012 at 12.00 CET to decide who goes on to the losers bracket final. In addition, 2009, David "Godz" Parker, and Larry "LD" David were said to be the casters for this tournament, so it's surely matches worth watching.


Source: G1 Champions League