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The first LoL World Championship was a low-key affair. Itsentire prize pool of $99 500 was not much more than what some NACS players earn today.
The world sniggered as a quintetconsisting primarily of platinum-ranked South Africans stepped into the booth at the IeSF 7th e-Sports World Championships.
In the aftermath of one of the most exciting World Championships in League of Legends history, fans may have been expecting an e-sports hangover of sorts.
More often than not, the group stages of World Championships serve as confirmation of what most people have expected.
In a few days, the 2015 Rugby World Cup will kick off. Just like the League of Legends World Championships, the teams are initially split into groups, and two teams will advance from each group.
This article is part of a series written by the GoldPer10 crew to help introduce the players and prepare you, the reader, for the World Championship. "I'm the greatest. Everyone else is trash.
Hai's career was filled with contradictions. He was one of the more criticised players in the west when playing, yet his retirement produced more mourning than most.
The 2015 Mid-Season Invitational (MSI) will soon be upon us, and many Western fans are excitedto see their regions' top teams back in action.
Krepo was not the most talented player in the legendary CLG.EU line-up. That title belongs to Froggen. Neither was he the most attractive. Snoopeh wins that award.