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National League of Legends Collegiate Series
Tournament Name: 
National League of Legends Collegiate Series
Registration Start: 
Wednesday, July 9, 2014
Registration End: 
Saturday, August 9, 2014
Tournament Start: 
Monday, August 11, 2014
Tournament End: 
Sunday, January 11, 2015
Type of Tournament: 
Online
Game Mode: 
5v5 Summoner's Rift
Tournament Location: 
Collegiate Tournament
Server: 
North America
Tournament Description: 
An intense league for the top collegiate teams in North America. Only the top 8 teams of each region will make it past the summer qualifiers and be allowed to participate in the fall season. Every match is streamed on www.twitch.tv/ncespa and all information such as schedule, teams and statistics can be found on www.ncespa.com.
North America Online August 11, 2014 January 11, 2015
Blamethelag Season 2
Tournament Name: 
Blamethelag Season 2
Registration Start: 
Saturday, August 2, 2014
Registration End: 
Saturday, August 16, 2014
Tournament Start: 
Friday, August 29, 2014
Tournament End: 
Wednesday, December 31, 2014
Type of Tournament: 
Online
Game Mode: 
5v5 Summoner's Rift
Server: 
Oceania
Tournament Description: 
After great success in Season 1, Blamethelag has decided to host another tournament for you and your mates to play. Have a look below for details about Season 2. STRUCTURE - Division based structure 5v5 Bronze Tournament 5v5 Silver Tournament 5v5 Gold Tournament 5v5 Plat+ Tournament - Three out of your team must be in the specified division and the two other players can be a division above or below the specified division RULES - Players must beat each other in a 5v5 format (Tournament Draft - Summoner's Rift) - A team must destroy the opposition team's Nexus to win - To prove a team has won a match, both teams must screenshot the win/lose and message it to the blamethelag facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/Officialblamethelag?ref=hl) - Matches will be played on Friday/Saturday nights - All matches will be run in a Best of One format - Only the finals will be run in a Best of Three format - Only plat+ matches will be streamed at http://www.twitch.tv/dzlblamethelag - If a team does not show up 15 minutes after due time for the match, the opposing team will win HOW TO REGISTER YOUR TEAM 1. Like the Blamethelag Facebook page for frequent updates on the tournament (https://www.facebook.com/Officialblamethelag) 2. Click on Tournament Registration on the Simplyblamethelag website (http://simplyblamethelag.com/tournament-registration.html) 3. Using the template on the page, submit a message entitled "Season 2 Registration" and include your LoL in-game name, team name and the people playing for your team 4. Members of your team will then be contacted via in-game and once the entry fee is paid, your team will be entered into the challonge brackets and will be further contacted regarding match details. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS SIMPLY MESSAGE ME ON THE FACEBOOK PAGE https://www.facebook.com/Officialblamethelag?ref=hl
Oceania Online August 29, 2014 December 31, 2014
CSUN League of Legends Tournament
Tournament Name: 
CSUN League of Legends Tournament
Registration Start: 
Monday, September 1, 2014
Registration End: 
Friday, September 12, 2014
Tournament Start: 
Monday, September 22, 2014
Tournament End: 
Thursday, December 25, 2014
Type of Tournament: 
Online
Game Mode: 
5v5 Summoner's Rift
Tournament Location: 
Collegiate Tournament
Server: 
North America
Tournament Description: 
1) Rules and Conditions: - Double elimination, best of three - 16 preset teams with a Semi-final and a best of 5 Finals round. - Teams interchangeable outside of tournament/during season - Loser bracket matches are single elimination. - Last round of losers bracket is best of three. 2) Description The CSUN League of Legends Community is hosting it's second tournament to date. Because of the high demand for a tournament and an idea requested by the general community., I myself along with the club board have decided to collaborate in creating one. Also, the roster and bracket have been pre-determined. This aside from the above is a friendly tournament to bring the CSUN community together as well as promote the club.
North America Online September 22, 2014 December 25, 2014
Lol en Bib - Baby Lol
Tournament Name: 
Lol en Bib - Baby Lol
Registration Start: 
Monday, July 14, 2014
Registration End: 
Tuesday, September 30, 2014
Tournament Start: 
Wednesday, October 1, 2014
Tournament End: 
Tuesday, June 30, 2015
Type of Tournament: 
Live Tournament
Game Mode: 
5v5 Summoner's Rift
Server: 
Europe West
Tournament Description: 
"Lol en Bib" is a special tournament dedicaced to french library ! The librarians organize this contest for their communities : "one team in one library" In the previous edition, 28 teams came to play on the summoner's rift. More than 130 games were played ! This year, we decide to make 3 differents divisions : "Baby lol" is the first division for the really beginners on League of Legends. We require only summoners between level 0 and level 19 !
Europe West Live Tournament October 1, 2014 June 30, 2015
Tournoi League of Legends INSA CVL 2014-2015
Tournament Name: 
Tournoi League of Legends INSA CVL 2014-2015
Registration Start: 
Monday, September 8, 2014
Registration End: 
Tuesday, September 30, 2014
Tournament Start: 
Wednesday, October 1, 2014
Tournament End: 
Saturday, January 31, 2015
Type of Tournament: 
Online
Game Mode: 
5v5 Summoner's Rift
Tournament Location: 
Collegiate Tournament
Server: 
Europe West
Tournament Description: 
Il s'agit d'un tournoi universitaire réservé aux étudiants de l'école d'ingénieur INSA Centre Val de Loire. Le tournoi débutera un peu moins d'un mois après la rentrée. Les matchs auront lieu Online le mercredi soir. Le tournoi se déroulera selon le mode de jeu Draft de Tournoi sur la carte 5v5 La faille de l'invocateur. Les Equipes de 5 + 1 remplaçant seront répartis en plusieurs poules, puis après les phases de poules on obtiendra 2 tableaux finaux (winner bracket; loser bracket). Plus à la fin de chaque parties l'équipe vaincue désigne le joueur MVP dans l'équipe vainqueur, à la fin du tournoi le super MVP recevra un prix spécial.
Europe West Online October 1, 2014 January 31, 2015
C L E
Tournament Name: 
C L E
Registration Start: 
Wednesday, September 3, 2014
Registration End: 
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Tournament Start: 
Saturday, October 4, 2014
Tournament End: 
Saturday, March 21, 2015
Type of Tournament: 
Online
Game Mode: 
5v5 Summoner's Rift
Server: 
Europe West
Tournament Description: 
Es una liga de dos divisiones de dos meses por temporada, quien quede primero en la primera división gana la liga y quién quede primero en la segunda división gana su liga. Se juega al mejor de dos partidas en las que si ganas las dos partidas consigue 3 puntos, pero si ganas una y pierdes otra 1 punto. También el penúltimo y último equipos de la primera división tendrán que jugar contra el primero y segundo de la segunda división para ver si suben o bajan.
Europe West Online October 4, 2014 March 21, 2015
Round-robin
Tournament Name: 
Round-robin
Registration Start: 
Monday, September 1, 2014
Registration End: 
Sunday, September 14, 2014
Tournament Start: 
Thursday, October 9, 2014
Tournament End: 
Thursday, December 25, 2014
Type of Tournament: 
Online
Game Mode: 
5v5 Summoner's Rift
Tournament Location: 
Collegiate Tournament
Server: 
North America
Tournament Description: 
The UVa LCS fall split. 10 teams from a pool of uva students play in ten man round-robin tournament, with each team playing each other 2 times. Top four will have a top cut with semi-finals being 2 out of 3 and grand finals being 3 out of 5. I dont know how many more characters I need so I hope this is enough to get to 250 because I dont know what else to write thanks.
North America Online October 9, 2014 December 25, 2014
Midwest League of Legends Championship
Tournament Name: 
Midwest League of Legends Championship
Registration Start: 
Friday, July 25, 2014
Registration End: 
Monday, October 6, 2014
Tournament Start: 
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
Tournament End: 
Saturday, January 24, 2015
Type of Tournament: 
Online
Game Mode: 
5v5 Summoner's Rift
Tournament Location: 
Collegiate Tournament
Server: 
North America
Tournament Description: 
Midwest League of Legends Rules- Created by Mark L and Edited by Ricky DeVine Information/Greeting: I. General Format II. Team Captain and Membership III. Match Timing IV. Subs V. Championship and Match Scoring VI. Problems VII. Teams VIII. Schedule Information/Greeting: Hello Fellow League of Legends Players, Hope you are enjoying the world championships as much as I am. My name is Ricky DeVine from St. John's University, MN, and I come to you today with the opportunity to become a part of the creation of the Midwest League of Legends season. Teams from all over the Midwest have been contacted, and the teams have been registering non-stop. Any school can join, as long as every member of a team is attending the same college. The season starts at the October 8th, so registration will close on October 6th. It will be 2 games every 2 weeks, so it is not too strenuous. The teams can consist of anywhere between 5 and 9 players, but going on the higher end is advisable for timing issues. To join this new league, I need you to send your roster to midwestleague@outlook.com with the following materials: Team name (be creative but respectful, examples from last year were Bloody Rose, Teleport Revive etc.), what college you are attending, in game names, followed by their e-mail address. There is no limit to teams, so feel free to make as many as you can from one school. If you have any questions, feel free to e-mail me at midwestleague@outlook.com. I. General Format: Games will be played over a two week period that starts on Wednesday at 12:00 a.m. and ends on Tuesday two weeks later at 11:59 p.m. The match must be played and the results submitted with screenshots of the game results by Tuesday at midnight of the following week. These screenshots will be sent to midwestleague@outlook.com. The standings will be updated every two weeks. At any time a team may choose to forfeit the match and receive game losses for any remaining games in the match. If the team does not have a viable lineup (only four players, player not on roster), then the team must forfeit the game. The team is given 10 minutes before the win is awarded to the other team. The other team may wait longer if they want to, but it is under their discretion. The format of the game will be: -Custom game -Tournament mode -Allowing spectators -The team first mentioned will be on blue side II. Team Captain and Membership: A team is composed of five main members and any members after the first five are treated as subs. The first member listed is the team captain. Team members not listed on the roster are not able to play without consent from myself, Ricky DeVine. Those games played with an unregistered name will be counted as forfeits. Smurfs CAN be used, but you MUST specify beforehand when the rosters are turned in. Teams must have an elected leader by the membership who will work on scheduling with other team leaders. Each of the teams' captains will communicate with one another to schedule a time to play by using the facebook page or e-mail as a medium. This is to settle any disputes about no-shows, and this way there can be proof if problems arise. III. Match Timing: Team captains are required to figure out the availability of their team. When contacting the other captain, please give them at least a day or two to plan. Do NOT say “Hey, we have to play tonight at 6:30.”, when it is 4pm. Have the time set 24 hours prior to the time and day it is made. It is recommended to use the weekend for these matches, and to use alternates where necessary if you have a member that will not be able to play in your match. If both teams are not able to work out a time to play due to tight schedules and neither team is able to be on at the default times listed above, then they both will receive no points for the match that week. These points may be made up in later dates if the two teams play. Just please try to have the games done during the two week period. It will make standings easier to understand. If only one team is not able to play during the two week period, it will be counted as a forfeit for the team not able to play. There is plenty of time for two games in two weeks, so no shows will be penalized. The winning team has the option of playing the game at a later date, but it is their choice. If conflicts arise during this two week period, please e-mail the tournament officials at midwestleague@outlook.com IV. Subs: Subs may be used for any of the games as needed and can play one or all of the games. Subs may play for only their own team. Players on the roster are the only ones that can play for the team. V. Championship/Playoff and Match Scoring: Playoffs will occur at the end of the regular season. The number of teams making it into the playoffs will be decided by the creators when the number of teams are known. As of now, eight teams will be accepted into the postseason. Two divisions will be set up. Each division will have equal number of teams, and they will be placed there randomly. If there are an odd number of teams, one division will have an extra team. The best records within each division will be chosen. Equal number of teams will be chosen from each division. Ex: If the fourth team in Division A is 10-4, but the fifth team in Division B is 11-3, the 10-4 team will go to the playoffs while 11-3 will not. The divisions are separate. The final eight will be put into two groups. This resembles what Riot Games did for Worlds in 2014. The normal season tiebreakers go as follows -> Wins -> Record against each other -> Divisional Record -> Combined total wins of all opponents -> Non-divisional record -> Times your team has played as Teemo. The playoff group stage will be as follows: Group One: #1 Seed Division A, #2 seed Division B, Random Seed, Random Seed Group Two: #1 Seed Division B, #2 seed Division A, Random Seed, Random Seed The random seeds will be chosen randomly from the #3 and #4 seeds from Division A and B. The seeds being chosen will be live streamed with witnesses to make sure no tampering has occurred. Each member of the group will play every team within their group twice, resulting in 6 games per team. Both teams will have one chance to play on blue side and once on purple against each team. The top two teams after groups will be seeded into semifinal matchups. Tiebreakers consist of the 2+ teams that are tied to play each other best of one in order to secure the slot. #1 seed from Group One will play #2 seed from Group Two. The #1 seed from Group Two will play #2 seed from Group One. This will be best of three. The finals will be best of five. This is a single elimination tournament due to time issues. The team with the higher seed going into the game will have choice of side. This is in every match except for the championship, where a coin will be tossed to decide. The side will alternate after every game (ex. purple blue purple blue etc.) VI. Problems: In the case of a queue dodge or bugged client during selection, the teams will arrange themselves as before the interruption and return to whatever point they were at in selection, including their bans, pick order, and picks up to the moment of the dodge or client bug. In the case of a disconnection, the pause function may be used until the player is able to reconnect. Any team may only use the pause function twice per game and for up to five minutes each, and only in the case of a disconnection. Pauses must be used sparingly and only in such a serious case as a disconnection. In the case of lag, the game or match will be treated as is. If both teams would like to finish the match on a later date during that game week they may leave that game(s) result as is and finish up the match at a different time. Any evidence of cheating must be reported to the staff at midwestleague@outlook.com immediately. Cheating will not be tolerated, and those cheating may cause themselves and even their team to be kicked out of the league indefinitely. To reiterate, cheating is NOT tolerated. VII. Teams: REGISTRATION HAS NOT CLOSED Team A: Team B: Team C: Team D: Team E: Team F: VIII. Schedule: Scheduling is different due to the divisions. Each team within a division will play at least once. The other games will consist of teams outside their conference. Each team will play the same number of games.
North America Online October 15, 2014 January 24, 2015
Netaholics LOL League
Tournament Name: 
Netaholics LOL League
Registration Start: 
Monday, September 1, 2014
Registration End: 
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
Tournament Start: 
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
Tournament End: 
Sunday, February 1, 2015
Type of Tournament: 
Live Tournament
Game Mode: 
5v5 Summoner's Rift
Tournament Location: 
PC Café
Server: 
North America
Tournament Description: 
Hi Riot, I am starting the third season of our private league, Netaholics LOL League. The name comes from a local PC cafe that a group of friends hang out on a weekly basis. We've had two successful seasons, growing our league size from - 3 teams (16 players) in Season 1 - 4 teams (22 players) in Season 2 and finally, we are now ramping up to 6 teams (40 players). Each team is comprised of 5 full time players and we have a pool of 10 dedicated subs. I recognize that we only have 6 teams which does not meet the minimum amount of teams, but we do have 40 players which would be able to make 8. However, we're all a bunch of friends who are in our late 20's/early 30's who work full time on the side and not everyone can commit to a full time schedule. We've been steadily growing our league and all of our prizes thus far have been funded privately by myself and another friend. I've been watching a few other local leagues who have been able to get riot sponsored prizes and I'd love to be able to offer that for our league. We're not the best players, but we love Riot and how you've grown the esports community. A lot of us follow the LCS and play all the Fantasy sports. Every season, we do live draft (this is how we make our teams fair), play a round robin and then have a playoff. The group is put together by ourselves - we cast our games, record them, upload them on youtube, and even made an API page. Here are the playlists of the two seasons we've done so far as well as the API page and google doc we made to track our seasons: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvHmlDv6l-X2jCxRzF2JhxnUacdIZhfRU https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvHmlDv6l-X1uDFvHSkap435xJpzkUEd7 http://neta.matthewcantelon.ca/ https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ar-ttaYXcT8IdDlndVM3UzI5bm8xOFBhdjBMdW1lY3c&usp=drive_web#gid=2 https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AmpFEkGR5h-HdGxzVmJRY1h2bXNVbmlxZUlVbngxV2c#gid=14 We'd love it if you could make a one time exception to our team size, I'd really be able to give our league a feeling of pride without putting a financial strain on our organizers. We've been running the league for nearly a year now, and all of our growth has been organically, through word of mouth. We fully expect to be able to reach the 8 team minimum next season! Thank you, David
North America Live Tournament October 15, 2014 February 1, 2015
UnbreakableGaming Season 1
Tournament Name: 
UnbreakableGaming Season 1
Registration Start: 
Monday, September 1, 2014
Registration End: 
Friday, October 10, 2014
Tournament Start: 
Friday, October 17, 2014
Tournament End: 
Wednesday, December 31, 2014
Type of Tournament: 
Online
Game Mode: 
5v5 Summoner's Rift
Server: 
North America
Tournament Description: 
We here at UnbreakableGaming's event department are proud to announce our first League of Legends prized tournament! Get your teams together now and prepare for a 7 week long journey of exciting team fights, game changing plays, and hopefully live coverage! With qualifiers coming up Only 8 teams will make it into this LCS tournament. For every team that made it into the regular season, the competition will be challenging! But, the prizes will be even more rewarding! Only 8 teams will make it. For the 8 teams who will rise above the ranks into the regular season, they will compete against one another week after week, to claim their spot into the playoffs. From there, the 4 chosen teams will face off for their chance in eternal glory and the right to claim the ultimate League of Legends prize: Triumphant Ryze. Only one team will be victorious...will it be yours?
North America Online October 17, 2014 December 31, 2014