2014 EU Challenger Series/Summer Series

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2014 EU Challenger Series
CS EU logo.png
League Information
Organizer: Riot Games
Server: North America
Event Type: Online/Offline
Country: United States USA
Location: 1600 Rosecrans Avenue
Stage 22
Manhattan Beach CA 90266
Prize pool: $20,000
Start Date: 2014-05-16
End Date: 2014-06-21
Social Media Links
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Sponsors/Partners
American Express Serve Coca-Cola Zero Plantronics
Tournament Venue
On-Air Team


Overview

The 2014 EU Challenger Series is a Challenger league that runs alongside the LCS for the entire 2014 season and a direct bridge into the LCS. Twenty teams from the Challenger ladder will be placed into five brackets of four, where the top five teams will be placed into Challenger Series #1. The teams will then play in a single elimination bracket; the top three teams from this bracket will advance into Challenger Series #2, where they will be joined by another five teams from another twenty team qualifier identical to the one for Challenger Series #1.

Teams earn points from finishes in each Challenger Series. The top six teams with the most points will compete against each other, where the top three will earn a spot in the next LCS Promotion Tournament.

Format

  • Play-In 1
    • Top 20 teams from the Ranked 5s Ladder are split into five brackets of four.
    • Each match is a Best of One.
    • Each bracket winner advances into the Challenger Series #1.
  • Challenger Series #1
    • Round of 8, Single Elimination
      • Three teams pre-qualified who dropped from the Promotion Tournament
      • Five teams from Play-In #1.
    • Each match is a Best of Three.
    • Winning teams earn cash prizes and points based on their finish
    • Top three teams advance to Challenger Series #2.

Prize Pool

Place Prize Series Points Spring Season
Challenger Series #1
Gold.png1st $ 6,000 9
H2k-Gaming
Silver.png2nd $ 4,000 7
Ninjas in Pyjamas
Bronze.png3rd $ 3,000 5
G2 Esports
Copper.png4th $ 2,000 4
Reason Gaming
5th/8th $ 1,250 1
SK Gaming Prime

Denial eSports EU

Shantao macht wau

Unicorns of Love

Play In

Participants (20)

No Mercy

Tick Trick and Duck

Shantao Macht Wau

Megabulbajebutronozordy

Gamers2

Balkan Bears

Adversa eSports

Heavy Botlane

Team Profile

GG Call Nash

Lublin Shore

Tricked Esports
1

Invaders

Tricked eSport

Team PolskiLoL

SK Gaming Prime
1

eSuba

Kappa Team

Unicorns of Love

Kevlar z Limonki
1Zyzz is Alive was acquired by SK Gaming and became SK Gaming Prime.

Results

  SEMIFINALS FINALS
             
  
No Mercy
1
  
TTD
0
  
No Mercy
0
  
Shantao Macht Wau
1
  
Shantao Macht Wau
1
  
Megabulbajebutronozordy
0
  SEMIFINALS FINALS
             
  
G2
1
  
Balkan Bears
0
  
G2
1
  
HB
0
  
Adversa
0
  
HB
1
  SEMIFINALS FINALS
             
  
Team Profile
0
  
GG Call Nash
1
  
GG Call Nash
0
  
Lublin
1
  
Lublin
1
  
Tricked Esports
0
  SEMIFINALS FINALS
             
  
Invaders
0
  
TRC
1
  
TRC
0
  
SK Prime
1
  
Team PolskiLoL
0
  
SK Prime
1
  SEMIFINALS FINALS
             
  
eSuba
0
  
Kappa Team
1
  
Kappa Team
0
  
UoL
1
  
UoL
1
  
Kevlar z Limonki
0

Challenger Series #1

Participants
From Summer LCS Promotion Tournament

Denial eSports EU

H2k-Gaming
1

Ninjas in Pyjamas
From Summer CS Play-In Matches

Shantau Macht Wau

G2 Esports

Reason Gaming
2

SK Gaming Prime

Unicorns of Love
1 H2k-Gaming acquired the roster of Cloud 9 Eclipse
2 Reason Gaming acquired the roster or Lublin Shore

Results

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                     
  
NiP
2
  
UoL
0
  
NiP
2
  
G2
1
  
SMW
0
  
G2
2
  
NiP
0
  
H2k
2
  
DNL
0
  
LBS
2 3rd place match
  
Reason
1
  
G2
2
  
H2k
2
  
H2k
2   
Reason
1
  
SK Prime
0

Schedule/VODs

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