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NQR Season 3

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Nations Quake Rank three was the first to be played in divisional format, there were three divisions. In the first division the top eight teams qualified for the knockout playoff system. The first game was played at 20-09-2002 and the final ended at 05-01-2003.

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[edit] Results

[edit] Quarter-finals

Team #1 Result Team #2
Slackers Image:flag_eu.gif 2 - 0 Image:flag_se.gif Tribe of Tjernobyl
HellFire Image:flag_se.gif 2 - 1 Image:flag_eu.gif Firing Squad
Redux Image:flag_gb.gif 1 - 2 Image:flag_fi.gif Clan MalFunction
LegeArtis Image:flag_se.gif 2 - 1 Image:flag_fi.gif The Viper Squad



[edit] Semi-finals

Team #1 Result Team #2
HellFire Image:flag_se.gif 0 - 2 Image:flag_se.gif Lege Artis
Slackers Image:flag_eu.gif 1 - 2 Image:flag_fi.gif Clan MalFunction



[edit] Final

Team #1 Result Team #2
Lege Artis Image:flag_se.gif3 - 2Image:flag_fi.gif Clan MalFunction

[edit] External links


Nations Quake Rank
Seasons
NQR Season 1 (Spring 2001), NQR Season 2 (Spring 2002), NQR Season 3 (Fall 2002), NQR Season 4 (Spring 2003), NQR Season 5 (Fall 2003), NQR Season 6 (Spring 2004), NQR Season 7 (Fall 2004), NQR Season 8 (Spring 2005), NQR Season 9 (Spring 2006), NQR Season 10 (Spring 2007), NQR Season 11 (Winter 2008)
Side seasons
NQR CMT Season 1 (Spring 2003), NQR CMT Season 2 (Summer 2003), NQR Summercup (Summer 2004), NQR ICC Season 1 (Winter 2005), NQR CML Season 3 (Spring 2005), NQR CTF Season 1 (Spring 2005), NQR NA Season 1 (Spring 2005), NQR NA Season 2 (Fall 2005)
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