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A brief looking into the EUW qualifier representatives on Challenger Series Qualifier.

Hello readers, Regarding the 2016 changes to the format of the Challenger Scene by Riot, I am here to bring you a short analysis on what you should expect from the two teams qualified from the Challenger Series Open Qualifier from EU-West...
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Regarding the 2016 changes to the format of the Challenger Scene by Riot, I am here to bring you a short analysis on what you should expect from the two teams qualified from the Challenger Series Open Qualifier from EU-West (Bracket Linkthat will take part on this final qualifier who will determine the two final teams joining the EU Challenger Series Spring 2016 Season.

Presenting the squads:

 

Millenium

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Pointed as the favorite to win this competion and the winner of the EUW Open Qualifier, Millenium only dropped one map during the qualifier against Born To Win (aka Na`Vi). One fact about this team is that not even one player from this team has played on LCS before.

This team consists of:

Top Lane - Kaze
(3 Most Played Champions on Season 5: Riven, Hecarim and Shen)

Jungle - Djoko
(3 Most Played Champions on Season 5: Lee Sin, Rek'sai and Maokai)

Mid Lane - Pretty
(3 Most Played Champions on Season 5: Twisted Fate, Azir, Lulu)

AD Carry - Hans Sama (Formerly known as E Corp Draven)
(3 Most Played Champions on Season 5: Draven, Kalista, Graves)

Support - Masterwork
(3 Most Played Champions on Season 5: Thresh, Morgana, Lulu)

Player to watch: Hans Sama

 

Team HUMA

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Full of individual talent and former LCS Players (both NA and EU), Team HUMA got the 2nd seed from this qualifier being only defeated by Millenium in the finals for 2-0. 

Top Lane - Werlyb 
(3 Most Played Champions on Season 5: Riven, Jax, Hecarim)

Jungle - Santorin 
(3 Most Played Champions on Season 5: Lee Sin, Kindred, Graves)

Mid Lane - NeeGodBro 
(3 Most Played Champions on Season 5: Azir, Twisted Fate, Leblanc)

AD Carry - HolyPhoenix 
(3 Most Played Champions on Season 5: Kalista, Graves, Trsitana)

Support - Je Suis Kaas
(3 Most Played Champions on Season 5: Morgana, Blitzcrank, Annie)

Player to Watch: NeeGodBro

 

Giants Underdoges

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The winners of LVP Season 9, Giants Underdoges after the loss of their star midlaner Caedrel are going full power on this tournament trying to achieve what their sister team did: The LCS Spot.

Top Lane - jer0mm
(3 Most Played Champions in Season 5: Olaf, Gnar, Maokai)

Jungle - itsi
(3 Most Played Champions in Season 5: Lee Sin, Nidalee, Rek'sai)

Mid Lane - ?

AD Carry - Samux
(3 Most Played Champions in Season 5: Kalista, Tristana, Lucian)

Support - Hustlin Beast
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3 Most Played Champion in Season 5: Nautilus, Evelynn, Morgana)

Player to Watch: Samux

 

Renegades: Banditos

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The Banditos were acquired by the North-American Organization Renegades in order to fulfill their wishes of expanding to European soil. Full of young individual talent this team can bring us a big upset at the qualifier if they work at their full potential.

Top Lane - Alphari
(3 Most Played Champions in Season 5: Gnar, Irelia, Rumble)

Jungle - Impaler
(3 Most Played Champions in Season 5: Lee Sin, Rek'sai, Elise)

Mid Lane - Caedrel
(3 Most Played Champions in Season 5: Twisted Fate, Ahri, Zed)

AD Carry - Tabzz 
(3 Most Played Champions in Season 5: Kalista, Lucian, Jinx)

Support - Hiiva
(3 Most Played Champions in Season 5: Thresh, Nautilus, Annie)

Substitute/Mid Lane - DxAlchemist
(3 Most Played Champions in Season 5: Xerath, Kassadin, Ezreal)

Substitute/Top Lane - Xaxus
(3 Most Played Champions in Season 5: Hecarim, Vladimir, Cho'Gath)

Player to Watch: Alphari

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