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The road to the League of Legends Season 4 World Championships

The road to the League of Legends Season 4 World Championships

| July 7, 2014

 

On October 19th, the world’s two best League of Legends teams will meet in Korea. They’ll fight for personal fame, glory for their country, and of course a nice little cash prize. But the journey is just as important as the destination. Before the final battle, let’s take a look at the tournaments and qualifiers leading up to the Season 4 World Championship.


Wildcard Tournament Qualifiers

oceanicJune 22

2014 Oceanic Regional Winner: Legacy eSports (AKA Avant Garde Ascension)

cis starseriesJuly 6

CIS SLTV StarSeries X Season Playoffs Winner: Hard Random

turkish championshipJuly 12

Riot 2014 Season Turkish Championship Winner: Dark Passage

latin americaJuly 19

Riot Latin America Cup 2014 Winner: PEX (AKA Pineapple Express)

brazilJuly 25

Brazil Regional Finals 2014 Winner: KaBuM! e-Sports


Regional Tournament Qualifiers

EU lcsAugust 17

Playoffs LCS EU Summer 2014: 3 teams

wildcard cis tr oceAugust 17

Wildcard CIS / TR / OCE 2014: 1 team 

(Winner of Legacy eSports vs. Hard Random vs. Dark Passage)

US LCSAugust 31

Playoffs LCS NA Summer 2014: 3 teams

wildcard latam brAugust 31

WildCard LATAM / BR 2014: 1 team

(Winner of KaBuM! e-Sports vs. PEX)

ChinaSeptember 7

Chinese Regional Finals 2014: 3 teams

garena seaDate unannounced

Garena Southeast Asia Regional Finals: 2 teams

koreaDate unannounced

Korean Regional Finals 2014: 3 teams


Season 4 World Championships

Legue of Legends S4 World ChampionshipSeptember

Group Stages (Taiwan and Singapore): TBD

October

Quarter and Semi-finals (Busan, Korea): TBD

October 19

Championship Match (Seoul, Korea): TBD


Exact dates for certain events have yet to be announced, but we’ll keep this page updated when they become available.

 

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