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IEM Katowice 2017 results, history, details

IEM Katowice 2017 results
IEM Katowice 2017 results are as follows: Flash Wolves won the League of Legends event. Astralis won the Counter-Strike event. Jeon "TY" Tae-yang won the StarCraft event.

IEM Katowice 2017 results are as follows: Flash Wolves won the League of Legends event. Astralis won the Counter-Strike event. Jeon “TY” Tae-yang won the StarCraft event.

IEM Katowice happens every year at the Spodek Arena located in Katowice, Poland. The 2017 event ran Feb. 24-26 and March 3-5. IEM Katowice is sanctioned by ESL and sponsored by the computer hardware manufacturer Intel. The tournament hosts three different esports: League of Legends, Counter Strike: Global Offensive, and StarCraft 2.

 

Previous champions

2017 

League of Legends: Flash Wolves

Counter Strike: Global Offensive: Astralis

StarCraft 2 : Legacy of the Void: Jeon “TY” Tae-yang

2016 

League of Legends: SK Telecom T1

CSGO: Fnatic

StarCraft 2 : Legacy of the Void: Choi “Polt” Seong-hoon

2015

League of Legends: Team SoloMid

CSGO: Fnatic

StarCraft 2 : Heart of the Storm: Joo “Zest” Sung-wook

2014

League of Legends: KT Rolster Bullets

CSGO: Virtus.pro

StarCraft 2 : Heart of the Storm: Kim “sOs” Yoo-jin

Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft: Marcin “Gnimsh” Filipowicz

2013

League of Legends: Gambit Gaming

StarCraft 2: Choi “YoDa” Byung-Hyun

Cover photo by Patrick Strack/ESL, eslgaming.com

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