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CC 2012: Playday 3 (Groups A-D)
The third playday of the CC 2012 will be the last playday of the Groupstage!
Matches played in Groups A-D on playday 3 can be found in this news, along with important information about streaming and other stuff.


Always check individual match pages or our new Live Streaming section for any available broadcasts.

What happens in case two or more teams have the same amount of points? - The answer can be found in the Country Championship Rules (rule 7)

GROUP A


Sunday, 27/05/12 20:00
vs.
Status: closed

 Belarus (#9) [3:4]  Turkey (#1)
 


Monday, 28/05/12 20:00
vs.
Status: closed

 Romania (#17) [0:2]  Finland (#25)
 


GROUP B


Sunday, 27/05/12 21:00
vs.
Status: closed

 Russia (#2) [3:1]  Czech Republic (#10)
 


Sunday, 27/05/12 21:00
vs.
Status: closed

 Macedonia (#18) [3:2]  Latvia (#26)
 


GROUP C


Monday, 28/05/12 21:00
vs.
Status: closed

 Poland (#11) [1:2]  Israel (#3)
 


Monday, 28/05/12 21:00
vs.
Status: closed

 Belgium (#27) [0:3]  Netherlands (#19)
 


GROUP D


Monday, 28/05/12 21:00
vs.
Status: closed

 Serbia (#4) [3:1]  Spain (#12)
 


Monday, 28/05/12 20:00
vs.
Status: closed

 Bosnia-Herzegov.. (#28) [0:6]  United Kingdom (#20)
 



CC 2012 - Streaming Guidelines

Twitch.tv is the only accepted streaming option!

By default, match rooms must reserve 2 slots for streaming purposes, as well as 1 slot for ESL admins.

Anyone interested in streaming a certain match should be in contact with one or both of the teams involved.

Streaming requests must be made by opening a support ticket at least 24 hours before match time and have to include the following:
  • Match - date and time
  • Twitch.tv channel
  • Commentary (yes/no, language)
  • Slots needed (1/2)



  • CC 2012 - Important Information

    If a team cannot be present at the official match time, a protest must be opened at least 24 hours in advance!

    Barred players are not allowed to play unless they specifically ask for permission from the admin squad by opening a support ticket.

    By default, matches must be played on neutral hosts. The neutral host must be a registered ESL user and should live in a country located between the two which are playing (exception: neighboring countries - the match can be played on hosts from each country). It is the task of the teams to find adequate neutral hosts before the match starts.

    All participants must behave in an appropriate and respectful manner towards opponents, spectators and ESL administration. Please make an effort to represent the ESL and all its supporters with dignity.

    Match settings and CC rules can be found on our CC main page


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    // Your Admin Team
    rated, Sunday, 27/05/12 20:59
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    uff, Israel-Poland
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    Why matches of same group in last playday of groupstage musnt be played at the same hour? is so unjustice
    safd wrote:
    Why matches of same group in last playday of groupstage musnt be played at the same hour? is so unjustice


    They were all scheduled to be played at the same date and time. But some of them were moved to another date and/or time, because some players of some teams may dont have time then, for example Spain asked to delay the match 1 hour. ;)
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