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QuakeWorld World Championships 2004

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After the national team games were a hot topic again due to the Quakeworld Nations Cup this tournament was started. Since the common idea seemed to be that having 10v10 Death32c games was kind of outdated the format was changed to the regular game types of 1on1, 2on2 and 4on4. Every game contained three 1on1 games in which both nations had to field three different players, and both one 2on2 and 4on4 game.

The last four games of the completion had major delay, the admins put pressure on teams to play their games until the point there were four teams left. Basically this resulted in Russia taking a 5-0 win against The Netherlands who were forced to play on the only day Russia wanted to with the threat of WO. On this day for example Image:flag_nl.gif Reppie, the best dutch player, was not able to play. The two games Russia had to play in the week after this were played two and the second game five weeks later because they refused to play with anything else than their best team which wasn't available too often, while the admins did not take any further action. Even though the Russian team did a good job coming in third while losing in the first WB round it was kind of sad to see them delay the tournament as much as they did.

The Danish National Team wasn't quite happy with the match format, they won every single of their 2on2 and 4on4 games but still didn't manage to get further than a tied 7th place because they lost all three of their duels against Russia. In the next championship QWWC 2005, the format was changed to two 1on1, two 2on2 and one 4on4 game per match.

After the Swedish National Team beat the Finnish National Team in the winners bracket finals, the Finnish team struck back in the first BO5 match winning 3-0. Five days later though, the Swedes struck back with a team mainly consisting of Griffins Tappra Gossar members, this time winning 3-1 (unlike most other matches they only played until one of the teams won 3 maps, thus won the game game).

[edit] Tournament Information

fuhQuake v0.31 (Build 675) with -ruleset smackdown
mQWCL 0.96 with qizmo

[edit] Results

Complete brackets
Complete brackets

[edit] Winners bracket eighthfinals

Team #1 Result Team #2
Sweden Image:flag_se.gif 5 - 0 Image:flag_pt.gif Portugal
Russia Image:flag_ru.gif 2 - 3 Image:flag_hu.gif Hungary
Germany Image:flag_de.gif 3 - 2 Image:flag_dk.gif Denmark
Switzerland Image:flag_ch.gif 0 - 5 Image:flag_nl.gif The Netherlands
Finland Image:flag_fi.gif 5 - 0 Baltic States
North America Image:flag_us.gif 2 - 3 Image:flag_de.gif Norway
United Kingdom Image:flag_gb.gif 4 - 1 Image:flag_be.gif Belgium
Ireland Image:flag_ie.gif W - O Image:flag_pl.gif Poland



[edit] Winners bracket quarterfinals

Team #1 Result Team #2
Sweden Image:flag_se.gif 4 - 1 Image:flag_hu.gif Hungary
Germany Image:flag_de.gif 1 - 4 Image:flag_nl.gif The Netherlands
Finland Image:flag_fi.gif 3 - 2 Image:flag_no.gif Norway
United Kingdom Image:flag_gb.gif 0 - 5 Image:flag_pl.gif Poland



[edit] Winners bracket semifinals

Team #1 Result Team #2
Sweden Image:flag_se.gif 3 - 2 Image:flag_nl.gif The Netherlands
Poland Image:flag_pl.gif 2 - 3 Image:flag_fi.gif Finland



[edit] Winners bracket final

Team #1 Result Team #2
Image:flag_se.gif Sweden 4 - 1 Image:flag_fi.gif Finland



[edit] First round losers bracket

Team #1 Result Team #2
Russia Image:flag_ru.gif 5 - 0 Image:flag_hu.gif Hungary
Switzerland Image:flag_ch.gif 0 - 5 Image:flag_dk.gif Denmark
North America Image:flag_us.gif 4 - 1 Baltic States
Ireland Image:flag_ie.gif W - O Image:flag_be.gif Belgium



[edit] Second round losers bracket

Team #1 Result Team #2
Russia Image:flag_ru.gif 3 - 2 Image:flag_no.gif Norway
United Kingdom Image:flag_gb.gif 2 - 3 Image:flag_dk.gif Denmark
North America Image:flag_us.gif 3 - 2 Image:flag_hu.gif Hungary
Belgium Image:flag_be.gif 0 - 5 Image:flag_de.gif Germany



[edit] Third round losers bracket

Team #1 Result Team #2
North America Image:flag_us.gif 3 - 2 Image:flag_de.gif Germany
Denmark Image:flag_dk.gif 2 - 3 Image:flag_ru.gif Russia



[edit] Fourth round losers bracket

Team #1 Result Team #2
North America Image:flag_us.gif 3 - 2 Image:flag_pl.gif Poland
The Netherlands Image:flag_nl.gif 0 - 5 Image:flag_ru.gif Russia



[edit] Fifth round losers bracket

Team #1 Result Team #2
North America Image:flag_us.gif 2 - 3 Image:flag_ru.gif Russia



[edit] Losers bracket final

Team #1 Result Team #2
Finland Image:flag_fi.gif 3 - 2 Image:flag_ru.gif Russia



[edit] Grand final

Team #1 Result Team #2
Sweden Image:flag_se.gif 0 - 5 Image:flag_fi.gif Finland
Sweden Image:flag_se.gif 4 - 1 Image:flag_fi.gif Finland



[edit] Nation Cups

National team cups
Leagues, events and cups
National Challenge 1 (Spring 1997), QuakeWorld Nations Cup (Winter 2004), QuakeWorld World Championships 2004 (Spring 2004), QuakeWorld World Championships 2005 (Spring 2005), Quake Nations Cup 2008 (Spring 2008), Quake Nations Cup 2009 (Spring 2009)

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