The final part of 2019 WCS Global Finals, the main StarCraft II event of the season, will be held on November 1st-2nd as part of BlizzCon 2019.
Earlier last week the main event of 2019 WCS Global Finals started with a group stage, where sixteen players competed in four GSL groups with best-of-five series to determine eight participants of the playoffs stage. The results of the group stage look as follows:
|Group A||Group B|
|Group C||Group D|
The playoffs will feature eight players competing in a single-elimination bracket, where quarterfinals and semifinals will be best-of-five, while the grand finals will be best-of-seven. The pairs for quarterfinals look as follows: Serral vs soO, Reynor vs Trap, Rogue vs Classic, and Dark vs Maru.
The tournament will be livestreamed at the StarCraft channel at Twitch; the schedule and odds can be found at GG.Bet’s StarCraft section. The tournament’s prize pool is set at $700,000: the winner will secure $210,000, while the runner-up will be awarded $96,000.