El Season Two Championship it was a competitive event to end Season Two of League of Legends. It was an international event that took place in Los Angeles and included teams from North America, Asia and Europe. The placement rounds began on October 4, 2012, and the World Final was on October 13, 2012.
|Season Two Championship|
- 1 Ad
- 2 Journey to the Season Two Championship
- 3 Itinerary
- 3.1 Initial schedule
- 4 Tournament format
- 5 Tournament and results
- 6 Promotional appearance
- 7 Summoner's Cup
- 8 Closing the curtain
- 8.1 Triumph of the wild card team
- 8.2 Summoner's cup, motorcycles and everything you can eat
Announced by RedBeard:Archivo:Season 2 World Championship League Of Legends Login Screen With Music
Season Two Championship login screen with music.
We are excited to announce the biggest League of Legends tournament to date - the Season Two Championship!
On October 13, 2012, Riot Games will host the conclusion of our season, which has cost more than 5 million dollars, in Los Angeles, California. With half of Season Two now in the past and numerous spectator records broken, the best players from North America, Europe, China, Korea and the rest of Asia are gearing up for their respective regional finals. Throughout this epic tournament, the best teams from each region will battle it out for the right to advance to the World Tournament in Los Angeles, where the winner will take home an impressive $ 3 million - the biggest prize in the world! the history of eSports!
Since this season began, Riot and the entire League of Legends community have been watching the best players compete around the world. Although Team Solo Mid has already secured a spot in the North America regional final, other teams are still scrambling to advance to the regional final in the remainder of the Aspirant Circuit. All the action will culminate this October, in the Season Two Championship! Tickets will go on sale this summer, so stay tuned for more information on how you can be present at this unprecedented eSports event.
You can find a full list of regional finals locations and dates below:
- China: July 26 - Shanghai, China at the China Joy.
- Europe: August 16 - Cologne, Germany at Gamescom.
- North America: August 31 - Seattle, United States at PAX Prime.
- South Korea: September 21 - Seoul, South Korea at the OGN eSports Stadium.
- Taiwan/Hong Kong/Macau: September 22 - Taipei, Taiwan at the G1.
- Southeast Asia: September (no specific date is known) - Singapore at the Garena Carnival.
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Journey to the Season Two Championship
Announced by RedBeard:
We are approaching the Season Two Championship, and with the biggest prize in eSports history at stake, the rivalries have never been greater. Starting October 4, the best League of Legends teams from around the world will meet in Los Angeles, California to compete for a $ 2 million prize pool. When the smoke clears at USC Basketball Arena, one team will be crowned the Season Two Champion!
The Championship will last 2 weeks: the qualifiers between October 4-6 and the World Final at the USC Basketball Arena on October 13. In qualifying, 12 teams from North America, Europe, China, Korea, Taiwan and Southeast Asia will meet for 3 days to determine who will be the two finalists. In the World Final, the two remaining teams will compete in an epic series of best-of-five matches in front of thousands of fans to claim the grand prize and the title of Champion.
For this championship, Riot decided to group the 4 teams that won the regional qualifiers. The other teams must participate in a group stage where the best 2 teams will advance to the next round.
The second round will consist of the winners of the regional qualifier against the winners of the group stage. These bouts will take place best of three and with knockout, with the winners advancing to the semifinals.
Tournament and results
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Although Season Two reaches its spectacular finale, the competition is fiercer than ever. To commemorate each and every one of these action-packed moments, we've decked out Riven in heavy armor, new skill effects, and a return-to-base animation worthy of such a determined contender. Championship Riven still wields her signature giant sword, only now with powerful blue energy worthy of the Exile's vigilance.
Those attending the Championship Final received Championship Riven totally free with the purchase of their ticket. After the epic finale, Championship Riven was available to all players in the store from October 14-22.
Starting with the Season Two Championship, the Summoner Cup represents the final League of Legends trophy.
League of Legends - Summoner's Cup Sneak Peek
Closing the curtain
Announced by Average Gatsby:
It was early morning when the first enthusiastic League of Legends fans began lining up to enter USC's Galen Center in Los Angeles and watch the Grand Final. The moment the doors opened, fans almost completely surrounded the entire perimeter, ready to cheer in the battle between the Taipei Assassins and the Koreans Azubu Frost.
Almost 8.000 eager spectators watched the two title contenders battle each other. Before the $ 1 million prize match began, Phreak and Rivignton hosted a one-hour show including an All-Star game, a trophy presentation, and an orchestra performance. The atmosphere electrified as djWheat gave way to the teams and the Final began.
Wild card team triumph
The final match between Azubu Frost and Taipei Assassins (TPA) was a series of best-of-five games with the winner taking home the title of Champion of Season Two and the grand prize of $ 1 million.
TPA announced their presence with authority when the first game began, but Azubu Frost managed to turn the tables mid-game with the victory of several team fights. MVP Rapidstar got the "snowball" effect after multiple kills, including a quad kill as Karthus. Watching from the front row, Reginald of the Team SoloMid team commented, "TPA has played great ... and I have felt they have relaxed during the match."
After losing the first game of the series, TPA had to climb out of the hole they had dug themselves and fight the favorite team to win the championship. They did not disappoint the large number of fans who had won on their impressive path, and soon the crowd began cheering for the wild card team.
Between fights, TPA manager Erica Tseng jokingly told me, "They play better when they're hungry. That's why I take all of their food before fights." Whatever her secret, it was worth it. TPA was certainly hungry for victory, and managed to beat the Koreans in the second match. With the excitement of winning that second game, TPA managed to win the next two matches, winning the series 3-1.
Against all odds, the Assassins claimed the title of Champions against the Koreans Azubu Frost.
Summoner's cup, motorcycles and everything you can eat
After a tough victory, djWheat introduced the Taipei Assassins as the Season Two Champions. Co-founders Marc Merrill and Brandon Beck addressed the winners with recognition and presented them with the Summoner's Cup. TPA will be the second team to have their name immortalized at the base of the Cup alongside the Season One Champions Fnatic MSI.
With a prize as big as that, the press sought an answer to the classic question: "What would you do with a million dollars?" Stanley and Lilballz both expressed their nervousness at the thought of buying a new motorcycle. For the rest of the team, the only thing for sure was that they wanted to have traditional Thai food for dinner that night. Stanley said, "I want to be like Bebe and eat all the Thai food I can." Most importantly, the team will return to Taiwan as eSports heroes and ambassadors.
Congratulations to our new Champions, Taipei Assassins!