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Riot League Championship Series/Europe/2014 Season/Spring Promotion

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EU LCS 2014 Season
Spring Promotion
Season3ChampionshipSeries.jpg
League Information
Organizer: Riot Games
ESL
Server: Europe
Event Type: Online/Offline
Start Date: 2013-12-05
End Date: 2014-01-11
Links: Website
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Contents

Overview

The games were cast by Joe Miller, Jason Kaplan and Spuddington.

Format

  • All matches were played on the V3.14 patch
  • 9 Teams
    • 3 Season 3 LCS Summer Teams
    • 6 Challenger Event Qualifier Teams
  • Challenger Stage - December 5th-7th, 2013
    • Round robin, best of one matches
    • Top three advanced to the Promotion Stage
  • Promotion Stage - December 13th-15th, 2013
    • Best of 5
    • Challenger Winners vs. LCS Teams

Qualifying Teams

The top three teams qualified for the Spring Split of the European Championship Series.

Place Team
1st-3rd
KMTlogo std.png Kiedys Mialem Team
Sklogo std.png SK Gaming
CHWLogo std.png Copenhagen Wolves

Replacement Play In

The top team of the Play-In took the spot previously owned by the Lemondogs.

Place Team
Q SHC XDlogo std.png SUPA HOT CREW

Participants

Europe (9)
Event Qualified Teams
LCS Teams NiPlogo std.png Ninjas in Pyjamas
Sklogo std.png SK Gaming
Mymlogo std.png MeetYourMakers
WellPlayed Qualifier #2 SHC XDlogo std.png SUPA HOT CREW
K3logo std.png Karont3 e-Sports Club1
WellPlayed Qualifier #1 KMTlogo std.png Kiedys Mialem Team
STOlogo std.png Salade Tomate Oignon
Gamescom Qualifier CHWLogo std.png Copenhagen Wolves
Tenerife Qualifier Tcmlogo std.png TCM-Gaming

1 The Fox Sound was replaced by Karont3 e-Sports Club[1]

Results

Challenger Stage

Round Robin
1. CHWLogo std.png Copenhagen Wolves 5-0
2. SHC XDlogo std.png SUPA HOT CREW 3-2
3. KMTlogo std.png Kiedys Mialem Team 3-2
4. Tcmlogo std.png TCM-Gaming 2-3
5. STOlogo std.png Salade Tomate Oignon 2-3
6. K3logo std.png Karont3 e-Sports Club 0-5

Promotion Stage

  Promotion (Bo5)
     
  
NiP
0
  
KMT
3
     
  
SK
3
   SHC XDlogo std.png SHC 2
     
  
MYM
1
  
CW
3

Replacement Play-In

Lemondogs were removed from the EU 2014 LCS Spring Season on January 8th, 2014 for failing to submit satisfactory paperwork. Riot created a Play-In tournament that was held on Saturday, January 11th, at which the winner would claim the vacant spot in the LCS.[2] Casted by Deman and Quickshot.

Format

  • The three teams that lost the promotion matches would participate: Ninjas in Pyjamas, Meet Your Makers, and SUPA HOT CREW XD.
    • Patch V3.15 with
      Rengar
      disabled and
      Yasuo
      enabled
    • Round robin, best-of-one matches.
    • Best record claimed the last LCS Spring Season spot.
    • If there was a tie after these games, then the teams would randomly be placed into a single elimination bracket to determine who would earn the spot.

Results

  Play-In (Bo3)1
     
  
MYM
0
   SHC XDlogo std.png SHC 2
1 Ninjas in Pyjamas was disqualified for not being able to field a full lineup. The tournament format was changed to a single best-of-three match between Meet Your Makers and SUPA HOT CREW XD.[3]

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Schedule/VODs

Additional Content

Interviews

ZoroZero Interview (SK Gaming)

Vander Interview (SK Gaming)

OverPow Interview (SK Gaming)

Other Coverage

See Also

External Links

References

  1. Shaunz Facebook Post (French) facebook.com
  2. EU LCS Replacement Play-In Information na.lolesports.com
  3. Riot Nick Allen's Twitter post twitter.com