Lenovo and Intel team up for the League of Champions League of Legends Tournament
South East Asia’s major League of Legends open comes in the way of Lenovo and Intel’s League of Champions tournament.
Happening this January 2017, global computer hardware manufacturers Intel and Lenovo team up with Garena for a South East Asian League of Legends Open tournament titled League of Champions.
Featuring a USD 15,000 prize pool, the League of Champions tournament will be held for uprising League of Legends teams, meaning that any top team or pro player will be prohibited from participating in the tournament. But how does the tournament define Top teams and players? Quite simple, if you have participated in any of Garena or Riot Games’ major hosted tournaments such as the Pro Gaming Series, then you are automatically prohibited from joining, in addition, teams who have participated in the League of Legends International Collegiate Championship held in Taiwan earlier this November are also ineligible to join League of Champions.
The registration phase for League of Champions is now ongoing, and teams can head on to LoL.Garena.th to reserve their spots before it closes down this Dec 4, 2016, the Qualifier matches will start on Dec 5, 2016 and will run until Dec 31, 2016 with the Grand Final event to be held in Bangkok, Thailand this coming Jan 13-15, 2017.
For more info, you can check out the event page over at Esports.Pacific.Network.