Garena Premier League

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The Garena Premier League was established in 2012. GPL was the first major professional League of Legends league in the world.

About

The Garena Premier League is a fully professional League of Legends league over all of the Southeast Asia region.

Results

Team League Date Winner Runner-Up
2012 GPL Season 1 2012-05-18 - 2012-11-17 Tpa std.png Taipei Assassins Ssentinelslogo std.png Singapore Sentinels
2013 GPL Spring 2013-01-04 - 2013-04-21 Tpa std.png Taipei Assassins Ssentinelslogo std.png Singapore Sentinels
2013 GPL Summer 2013-05-10 - 2013-08-11 AHQLogo std.png ahq e-Sports Club Ssentinelslogo std.png Singapore Sentinels
2013 GPL Championship 2013-08-29 AHQLogo std.png ahq e-Sports Club Tpa std.png Taipei Assassins
2014 GPL Winter 2013.10.30 - 2014.01.11 Tpa std.png Taipei Assassins TaipeiSnipersLogo std.png Taipei Snipers
2014 GPL Spring 2014.02.12 - 2014.04.06 Tpa std.png Taipei Assassins AHQLogo std.png ahq e-Sports Club
2014 GPL Summer 2014.06.11 - 2014.08.16 Tpa std.png Taipei Assassins AHQLogo std.png ahq e-Sports Club
2015 GPL Spring 2014.12.10 - 2015.04.12 FantasticFiveLogo std.png Saigon Fantastic Five Btlogo std.png Bangkok Titans
2015 GPL Summer 2015.06.24 - 2015.08.09 Btlogo std.png Bangkok Titans Saigon Jokerslogo std.png Saigon Jokers
2016 GPL Spring 2016.04.06 - 2016.04.10 Saigon Jokerslogo std.png Saigon Jokers Btlogo std.png Bangkok Titans
2016 GPL Summer 2016.08.08 - 2016.08.14 Saigon Jokerslogo std.png Saigon Jokers Btlogo std.png Bangkok Titans
2017 GPL Spring 2017.04.12 - 2017.04.16 MESlogo std.png GIGABYTE Marines Ascension Gaminglogo std.png Ascension Gaming
2017 GPL Summer 2017.08.21 - 2017.08.27 MESlogo std.png GIGABYTE Marines Young Generationlogo std.png Young Generation
2018 GPL Spring 2018.03.28 - 2018.04.21 Ascension Gaminglogo std.png Ascension Gaming Klhlogo std.png Kuala Lumpur Hunters

History

2012: Starting with 6 teams

2013: Eight teams

2014: Twelve teams

2015: Twenty teams

2016: Six teams from 6 countries

2017 Spring: Six teams from 6 countries

2017 Summer: Seven teams from 6 countries

2018 Spring: Five teams from 5 countries

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