EUW Challenger Series/Week 12 Cup

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EUW Challenger Series #12
EUW Challenger Series.png
League Information
Organizer: Kaos TV
Sponsor: Absolute Energy Drink
Server: Europe West
Event Type: Online
Format: Single Elimination
Prize pool: $ 400
Start Date: 2013-09-03
End Date: 2013-09-06
Links: Website

The EUW Challenger Series is a series of online tournaments, with each series consisting of four weekly tournaments. Eight teams will compete for points which will contribute towards rankings for future Challenger Series events. The first cup was run once on February 22nd, then run a second time in April due to several roster changes on teams that had played in the first.



  • Eight teams in a single elimination bracket
  • Grand finals are a best of five, all other matches are best of three


Place Prize Team
Gold.png 1st $ 400 CHWLogo std.png Copenhagen Wolves


Europe (8)
Logo std2.png Asian Maids are Sweet CHWLogo std.png Copenhagen Wolves
Logo std2.png Croissant Crusaders Eternitylogo std.png Eternity Gaming
Logo std2.png Haydals fightclub KMTlogo std.png Kiedys Mialem Team
RGlogo std.png Reason Gaming Refuselogo std.png Team Refuse


  Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
  RGlogo std.png RG W1
  Logo std2.png AMaS FF
  RGlogo std.png RG 2
  Logo std2.png CC 1
  KMTlogo std.png KMT 0
  Logo std2.png CC 2
  RGlogo std.png RG 0
  CHWLogo std.png CW 3
  Eternitylogo std.png Eternity 0
  Logo std2.png Hf 2
  Logo std2.png Hf 0
  CHWLogo std.png CW 2
  Refuselogo std.png Refuse 0
  CHWLogo std.png CW 2

1 Asain Maids are Sweet won the series 2-0, but were later disqualified for playing with a permabanned player on their team. Reason Gaming originally elected to forfeit their spot in the next round to AMaS, provided they found a replacement player, but AMaS decided to withdraw from the competition regardless.

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