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EUCS 2015 Summer Playoffs
|2015 EU CS Summer Playoffs|
|Prize Pool||€ 20,000|
|Location & Dates|
|Winner||Team Dignitas EU|
|Fourth||Denial eSports EU|
The Riot 2015 Season Challenger Playoffs determine who will get automatically promoted into the LCS and who will join the Promotion Tournament.
- Top four Teams from the regular season
- Single Elimination
- All matches are Best of three, Finals are Best of five
- First place will be automatically promoted into the 2016 EU LCS Spring Season
- Second and third will qualify for the 2016 EU LCS Spring Promotion Tournament
- 2015 Summer Challenger Series Official Rulebook
- All matches played on patch V5.14 with Gangplank enabled.
€ 20,000 Euros are spread among the teams as seen below:
|Place||Prize (%)||Prize (EUR)||≈Prize (USD)||Qualification||Team|
|1||40%||€ 8,000||$ 8,880||EU LCS 2016 Spring||Team Dignitas EU|
|2||28%||€ 5,600||$ 6,216||EU LCS 2016 Spring Promotion||mousesports|
|3||20%||€ 4,000||$ 4,440||EU LCS 2016 Spring Promotion||Gamers2|
|4||12%||€ 2,400||$ 2,664||-||Denial eSports EU|
- Converted prizes calculated with values provided by http://www.xe.com on August 12, 2015, as follows:
- € 1 Euros = $ 1.11 US Dollars
|mouz||2||3rd place match|
- Denial.EU forfeited their 3rd semifinal game vs Team Dignitas EU due to Kirei's connection issues, causing them to lose the series.
- August 3, Meet the Challengers: EU from theScore
- August 6, Wherein What Should Happen Doesn't: The EU CS Semifinal Roundup from theScore
- August 11, I Give Up: Veteran's EU CS Third Place Rundown from theScore