League of Legends Worlds will be decided in Europe in 2015

League of Legends Worlds will be decided in Europe in 2015. It was clear after the Riot announced its decision on where this year’s edition of the world championship will take place.
– We are ready for an action packed month in Europe, writes Riot in a press release.

When autumn has reached us and the weather in Europe starts to move towards the worse will Worlds visit to gild the continent in a month. After moving the World Cup final in League of Legends, year after year are now returning to the tournament to where it all started.
– Europe has been home to League of Legends from the first steps on our journey, writes Riot in a press release published on its website.

In 2014 played finals in Taipei, Singapore and Seoul, where the final was played at Sangam Stadium before 45,000 people in the audience. The same structure will be used in Europe. However, it is unclear which cities and stadiums that will get the chance to hold one of the eSport-the world’s biggest spectacle.

– Our goal is to present esport to fans across Europe while giving viewers an exciting and varied background.

Last year’s World Finals was seen by a total of 27 million viewers.



Now it is confirmed that MinEcon, fair for those who like Minecraft, will be held in the ExCel London Exhibition and Conference Center in London and it is 4-5 July as valid.As in previous years there in place to organized panel discussions, tournaments, various events and finally a big party. Total sold 10,000 tickets, and within two weeks we’ll know which date tickets go on sale. We have not received any price on the tickets but previous years have been the starting price remained at about 150 dollars.



We start off wtih CS:GO

Our first article are going to be about CS:GO and the on going ESL tournament in Cologne in August.  It took a loss on Dust2 to bring Ninjas in Pyjamas for CS: GO quarterfinal against Complexity.
But then they showed why they are considered one of the world’s top teams when they relatively easily won two straight maps – and now await Dignitas in today’s semifinals.
US Complexity started strongly at first map Dust2. At halftime it was 11-4 for transatlantic engines and the lead would prove to be too much to take in when NiP switched to the terrorist side.

Swedes communication did not fully, something that shone through in a round where Complexitys Braxton “swag” Pierce stood for the match, perhaps the best performance when he alone against four NiP players managed to win the round. NiP took up to 12-15 before Complexity put the nail in the coffin to 12-16.

ESL one this year starts August 22 and all matches are streamed on Twitch.