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Caomei of World Elite reveals that the organization would be forming a third League of Legends team.
The Shenzhen Cartoon Animation Festival and Intel Extreme Masters was hot, crowded, and completely amazingJuly 21, 2014 | Jing Zhang | One Comment
I went to the Shenzhen Cartoon Animation Festival where the Intel Extreme Masters took place. It was hot, crowded, but still completely amazing.
Intel Extreme Masters Shenzhen final day results: the Hearthstone, Starcraft 2, League of Legends championsJuly 20, 2014 | Jing Zhang | 3 Comments
After five days of gruesome battles, the Intel Extreme Masters (IEM) Shenzhen tournament is finally over. Meet your champions.
IEM Shenzhen Hearthstone Day 3: Amaz and RDU face off in first rematch after Dreamhack Summer Finals!July 18, 2014 | Kacper Śmigiel
RDU and Amaz to duke out their first rematch after Dreamhack Summer Finals in the semi-finals of IEM Shenzhen!
Two Hong Kong players made it out of the group stage and right now we are waiting for Amaz to do the same. So far, the tournamen has been dominated by big names, however the hardest of groups was dominated by a Chinese player: Jeanno.
Intel Extreme Masters Shenzhen Hearthstone Tournament Day 1 kicks off today: will Asia dominate Europe and North America?July 16, 2014 | Kacper Śmigiel
It’s finally time to put one of the best asian players to the test against the western powerhouses. However, Asia has one of the best Hearthstone players in the world : Amaz! Will he be able to crush his western rivals?
Season 9 of the Intel Extreme Masters (IEM) tournament is officially kicking off in Shenzhen, China this week. The five-day event will see top teams and players face off in League of Legends, Hearthstone, and Starcraft II for a generous cash prize, as well as rights to join the IEM World Championships next year.
The first five players to attend IEM Shenzhen 2014 Hearthstone tournament have been announced and among them there are two representatives from Asia: Amaz and Massan!
This year’s season of the Intel Extreme Masters tournaments will begin in China, and for the first time ever they’ll be held in Shenzhen instead of Shanghai, Guangdong, or Chengdu.
Team WE and Invictus Gaming, China’s two hopes for a victory at IEM Worlds, both failed to even make it out of the group stages. How did Chinese fans respond?
China’s iG had a rough second match at IEM, and following the loss, captain PDD refused to shake hands with opponents KTB. What gives?
13 fun facts about the Intel Extreme Masters Singapore (plus some exclusive news about the IEM World Championships!)November 30, 2013 | Mary-Anne Lee | 2 Comments
You thought you knew everything – you read the Liquipedia entries, glued your eyes to Twitch, trawled the forums. Then we brought you behind-the-scenes photos of the Intel Extreme Masters Singapore. And now we’re bringing you a little bit more …
2012 was the Electronic Sports League’s first time hosting any tournament in Southeast Asia, let alone a top-grade pro-gaming tournament. The Intel Extreme Masters Season 7 Singapore stop was not without hiccups, and poor support from local companies and fans caused many to believe the prestigious tour would not return.
But it did.
What is the Electronic Sports League (ESL)? If you’re not into eSports, the name might not ring a bell. But the ESL heads the operations of the Intel Extreme Masters, among many other eSporty things, and it touched down in …
You heard that right, the Intel Extreme Masters (IEM) are coming back to Singapore, and I couldn’t be happier. It’s strange that they’ve come back, given a lack of audience at last year’s Singapore stop, but I’m not complaining.