A mid-tier Korean League of Legends team swept through the Intel Extreme Masters Championship in Katowice. No, it’s not 2014.
There is nothing better in all of competitive League of Legends than international tournaments. That’s what made IEM Katowice so frustrating.
EVER ESC touched the League of Legends scene in a way that no team has. An amatuer squad from Korea, EVER came out of nowhere to win the KeSPA Cup last November, defeating SK Telecom only a week after it was crowned world champion.
Riot Games announced early Friday that Lee “Sylph” Jae-ha, substitute for the ROX Tigers, has been banned from competitive play until next year.
Coming off of a week in which it defeated the top two League of Legends teams in North America, Counter Logic Gaming heads to IEM Katowice with confidence. Will it be enough to overcome world-class opponents?
The question has been asked multiple times this split by the North American League of Legends Championship Series casters: Is Jensen the new best NA mid laner? Has he dethroned Bjergsen?
League of Legends has few opportunities for teams to demonstrate international strength.
Martin “Deficio” Lynge summed up the North American League of Legends Championship Series perfectly in a tweet in a tweet Sunday, mentioning his preference for high skill cap champions, notably Lee Sin.
Counter Logic Gaming just went 2-0 in its hardest week of the spring North American League of Legends Championship Series split.
It finally happened. Immortals’ undefeated League of Legends Championship Series run is over after Counter Logic Gaming’s win Saturday.