All-Star 2014 Paris

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All-Star Paris 2014
League Information
Organizer: Riot Games
Sponsor: American Express Serve
Coke Zero
Event Type: Offline
Country France France
Location: Le Zenith Theater,
Format: Group Stage + Single Elim. Bracket
Prize Pool: $ 50,000
Start Date: 2014-05-08
End Date: 2014-05-11
Links: Website

The All-Star Paris 2014 is an international invitational tournament hosted by Riot Games held on May 8-11th 2014 in Paris, France. It consists of two events: the All-Star Invitational and the All-Star Challenge.


Serving as the main event, the All-Star Invitational will bring together the regional winners of the NA LCS, EU LCS, LPL, GPL, and OGN Champions. These five teams will duke it out in group stage play, with the top four advancing to a best-of-three semifinal. The winners will meet in a best-of-five final to compete for the $50,000 winner-take-all prize.

At the beginning of each day of competition, players will be able to watch the All-Star Challenge, a series of games featuring two mixed region rosters. Fans will not only be able to elect two pros from their region to play in the Challenge event, they will also be able to cast their votes to influence aspects of the game modes that the pros play.

Casters and Analysts

Mitch "Krepo" Voorspoels, Christopher "MonteCristo" Mykles, Martin "Deficio" Lynge, Trevor "Quickshot" Henry and David "Phreak" Turley will be part of the All-Star analyst desk.[1] Eefje "sjokz" Depoortere will be the host of the tournament. Leigh "Deman" Smith, Joshua "Jatt" Leesman, Joe Miller and Sam "Kobe24" Hartman-Kenzler are the first announced English casters for the tournament. The commentary on the venue will be in French by Shaunz, Hyrqbot, Chips and Noi.


The All-Star Invitational

  • Top five teams from each regional pro league.
  • Round robin group stage, Best of One matches.
  • Top four teams are placed into a playoff bracket.
  • Semifinals are Best of Three; Finals are Best of Five.

The All-Star Challenge

  • Fans voted for two Pros from their region that will play in two mixed region rosters. In addition, Fans also voted to influence the games that would be played.
    • Hexakill: One extra player is added to each team for the match, with no further changes in gameplay. The fans choose the players from those who have retired, and the winning team gets 2 points.
    • URF: Standard Ultra Rapid Fire Mode, with the fans choosing one champion that both teams must play. Winning team gets 2 points.
      • Results: EzrealSquare.png Ezreal
        Note: All Champions that was globally banned when URF was live, are banned here also.
    • Pick 10: The fans choose the five champions that each team must play (although teammates can still swap among themselves.) Winning team gets 2 points.
    • 1v1 & 2v2: Four matches are played between the members of Team Ice and Team Fire

Prize Pool

$ 50,000 US Dollars are spread among the teams as seen below:

Place Prize (%) Prize (USD) ≈Prize (EUR) Team
Gold.png 1 100% $ 50,000 € 36,000 SKT1Logo std.png SK Telecom T1 K
Silver.png 2 - - - Oh My Godlogo std.png Oh My God
SF.png 3-4 - - - Fnaticlogo std.png Fnatic
Cloud9logo std.png Cloud9
5 - - - Tpa std.png Taipei Assassins
Converted prizes calculated with values provided by on May 11, 2014, as follows:
  • $ 1 US Dollars = € 0.72 Euros


Eye - Show All.pngRosters

1Cloud 9's Hai is unable to participate in All-Star 2014 due to Pneumothorax.[2]
2Counter Logic Gaming's LiNk replaces Hai for All-Star 2014 with Cloud 9.[3]
3OMG's xiyang is unable to participate in All-Star 2014 due to VISA issue.[4] Issue solved on May 5.[5]

All-Star Challenge

Region Team Icelogo std.png Team Ice Team Firelogo std.png Team Fire
Europe (EU LCS) Alliancelogo std.png MID Denmark Froggen GambitLogo std.png JNG Russia Diamond
North America (NA LCS) Counter Logic Gaminglogo std.png ADC USA Doublelift Team SoloMidlogo std.png MID Denmark Bjergsen
Korea (OGN Champions) CJElogo std.png SUP South Korea MadLife CJElogo std.png TOP South Korea Shy
China (LPL) Welogo std.png TOP China CaoMei Welogo std.png ADC China WeiXiao
Oh My Godlogo std.png MID China Cool4
SEA (GPL) Saigon Jokerslogo std.png ADC Vietnam Archie Saigon Jokerslogo std.png TOP Vietnam QTV
Hexakill Challenge MID China Misaya MID Hong Kong Toyz
4 Team WE's CaoMei left the All-Star tournament after day 1 due to family matters. OMG's Cool replaced him.[6]


All-Star Invitational

Round Robin

Group Stage
1. SKT1Logo std.png SK Telecom T1 K 4-0
2. Cloud9logo std.png Cloud9 3-1
3. Oh My Godlogo std.png Oh My God 2-2
4. Fnaticlogo std.png Fnatic 1-3
5. Tpa std.png Taipei Assassins 0-4
OMG Oh My Godlogo std.png 1 0 Fnaticlogo std.png FNC
TPA Tpa std.png 0 1 SKT1Logo std.png SKT T1 K
FNC Fnaticlogo std.png 0 1 Cloud9logo std.png C9
OMG Oh My Godlogo std.png 1 0 Tpa std.png TPA
SKT T1 K SKT1Logo std.png 1 0 Cloud9logo std.png C9
SKT T1 K SKT1Logo std.png 1 0 Oh My Godlogo std.png OMG
C9 Cloud9logo std.png 1 0 Tpa std.png TPA
FNC Fnaticlogo std.png 0 1 SKT1Logo std.png SKT T1 K
C9 Cloud9logo std.png 1 0 Oh My Godlogo std.png OMG
TPA Tpa std.png 0 1 Fnaticlogo std.png FNC


  Semifinals Finals
  SKT1Logo std.png SKT T1 K 2
  Fnaticlogo std.png FNC 0
  SKT1Logo std.png SKT T1 K 3
  Oh My Godlogo std.png OMG 0
  Cloud9logo std.png C9 0
  Oh My Godlogo std.png OMG 2

All-Star Challenge

Team Standings
1. Team Icelogo std.png Team Ice 3-1 4-3 8
2. Team Firelogo std.png Team Fire 1-3 3-4 5
Challenges Won-Lost | Games Won-Lost | Points
  Ultra Rapid Fire (2p)
   Team Icelogo std.png Ice 0
   Team Firelogo std.png Fire 1
  Hexakill (2p)
   Team Icelogo std.png Ice 1
   Team Firelogo std.png Fire 0
  Pick 10 (2p)
   Team Icelogo std.png Ice 1
   Team Firelogo std.png Fire 0
  1v1 & 2v2 (7p)
   Team Icelogo std.png Ice 2
   Team Firelogo std.png Fire 2

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Region Distribution

  ChinaEuropeKoreaNorth AmericaSouth East Asia

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