Garena Premier League

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The Garena Premier League was established in 2012 and is currently in its second season. 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, with 16 teams from 5 countries/areas to determine which team is the best in the region.

Results

Team League Date Winner Runner-Up
2012 GPL Season 1 2012 (2012-05-18 – 2012-11-17) Tpa std.png Taipei Assassins Ssentinelslogo std.png Singapore Sentinels
2013 GPL Spring 2013 (2013-01-04 – 2013-04-21) Tpa std.png Taipei Assassins Ssentinelslogo std.png Singapore Sentinels
2013 GPL Summer 2013 (2013-05-10 – 2013-08-11) AHQLogo std.png ahq e-Sports Club Ssentinelslogo std.png Singapore Sentinels
2013 GPL Championship 2013 (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

History

2012: Starting with 6 teams

2013: Eight teams

2014: Twelve teams

2015: Twenty teams

2016: Six teams from 6 countries

2017: Six teams from 6 countries

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