In light of his recently announced retirement, Liu “westdoor” Shu-Wei is one of the more controversial players in the history of League of Legends, often being lauded for his assassin play and in particular, his slippery mid lane Fizz.
Riot hosts 16 teams at it’s annual League of Legends World Championship. These sixteen seeds are allotted to the five major regions, with two spots being open to minor region circuits.
Flash Wolves: LMS Seed #2 Season Overview Summer Split Regular Season Record: 9-2-3 Summer Split Playoffs Record: 1-3 2015 LMS Regionals: 6-2 The Flash Wolves, despite dropping the yoe, are very much the same team from the inaugural split o...
ahq e-Sports Club: LMS Seed #1 Season Overview Summer Split Regular Season Record: 11-0-3 Summer Split Playoff Record: 3-0 ahq e-Sports Club proved that they are, without a doubt, the strongest team Taiwan has to offer.
Chou “AN” Chun-An, also known as OhReaL in the past, has been playing competitive League of Legends in Taiwan since January of 2013. He has gone through three role swaps, transitioning from the jungle, to the mid lane, and now to ADC.
Hu “SwordArT” Shuo-Jie, eighteen years old, is now a veteran of the Taiwanese League of Legends scene, having played the last two years competitively.