All-Star Paris 2014

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Prize Pool
$ 50,000
Schedule
9 - 12th May 14
Participating Teams
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All-Star Paris 2014
France
09 May  -  12 May

Biography

The All-Star Paris 2014 is an international invitational tournament hosted by Riot Games held on May 8th-11th 2014 in Paris, France. It consists of two events: the All-Star Invitational and the All-Star Challenge.


Serving as the main event, the All-Star Invitational will bring together the regional winners of the NA LCS, EU LCS, LPL, GPL, and OGN Champions. These five teams will duke it out in group stage play, with the top four advancing to a best-of-three semifinal. The winners will meet in a best-of-five final to compete for the $50,000 winner-take-all prize.

At the beginning of each day of competition, players will be able to watch the All-Star Challenge, a series of games featuring two mixed region rosters. Fans will not only be able to elect two pros from their region to play in the Challenge event, they will also be able to cast their votes to influence aspects of the game modes that the pros play.


Casters and Analysts

Mitch "Krepo" Voorspoels, Christopher "MonteCristo" Mykles, Martin "Deficio" Lynge, Trevor "Quickshot" Henry and David "Phreak" Turley will be part of the All-Star analyst desk.[1] Eefje "sjokz" Depoortere will be the host of the tournament. Leigh "Deman" Smith, Joshua "Jatt" Leesman, Joe Miller and Sam "Kobe24" Hartman-Kenzler are the first announced English casters for the tournament. The commentary on the venue will be in French by ShaunzHyrqbotChips and Noi.

Format

  • All matches are played on patch 4.6 with  Shen disabled.

The All-Star Invitational

  • Top five teams from each regional pro league.
  • Round robin group stage, Best of One matches.
  • Top four teams are placed into a playoff bracket.
  • Semifinals are Best of Three; Finals are Best of Five.

The All-Star Challenge

  • Fans voted for two Pros from their region that will play in two mixed region rosters. In addition, Fans also voted to influence the games that would be played.
    • Hexakill: One extra player is added to each team for the match, with no further changes in gameplay. The fans choose the players from those who have retired, and the winning team gets 2 points.
      • Results: Misaya (former Mid-laner of Team WE) for Team Ice and Toyz (the Mid-laner of Taipei Assassins' 2012 world champion team) for Team Fire
    • URF: Standard Ultra Rapid Fire Mode, with the fans choosing one champion that both teams must play. Winning team gets 2 points.
      • Results:  Ezreal Note: All Champions that was globally banned when URF was live, are banned here also.
    • Pick 10: The fans choose the five champions that each team must play (although teammates can still swap among themselves.) Winning team gets 2 points.
      • Results:
        •  Team Fire:  Thresh,  Ezreal,  Zed,  Lucian,  Lee Sin
        •  Team Ice:  Thresh,  Vayne,  Anivia,  Lucian,  Lee Sin
    • 1v1 & 2v2: Four matches are played between the members of Team Ice and Team Fire
      • Teams will compete in two regular 1v1 match ups (+1 point each), a 2v2 match up (+2 points), and a final, high-stakes 1v1 between the players you voted for (+3 points).
        • Results: Archie vs. Shy (1 point), Cool vs. QTV (1 point), Doublelift & MadLife vs. Bjergsen & Diamondprox (2 points), Froggen vs. WeiXiao (3 points)
Placements
PlaceTeamPrize
Place
1st1st
Team
SK Telecom T1 K
Prize
$50,000
Place
2nd2nd
Team
Oh My God
Prize
N/A
Place
3rd/4th3rd/4th
Team
Fnatic
Prize
N/A
Place
3rd/4th3rd/4th
Team
Cloud9
Prize
N/A
Place
5th5th
Team
Taipei Assassins
Prize
N/A
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