MOBAFire Challenger Series

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MOBAFire Challenger Series
Tournament Information
OrganizerMCS eSports
Razer Academy
The Gamers Network
Tower Dive TV
Location & Dates
 North America
Event TypeOnline/Weekly
CountryUnited States United States
Start Date2013-07-08
End Date2013-09-11

The MOBAFire Challenger Series (MCS) was created to provide an arena for pro-am, or sub LCS, teams to compete for prizes and earn experience playing against other highly skilled teams to help prepare for competing in the LCS. Teams qualify or are invited to play in each season of the MCS. 4 seasons are played each year with playoffs for each season. The top 8 teams keep their spot for the following season unless they withdraw voluntarily.

The MCS was started as a collaborative effort between industry veterans including Team Tempest and MOBAFire. Team Tempest management brings years of experience in competitive League of Legends and professional production staff while MOBAFire provides technical expertise, sponsors and a massive audience of League of Legends fans.



  • 7 weeks
  • League play
  • Each team plays all of the other teams once
  • Each match is best of one


  • Matches are best of 3
  • Every team gets placement (1-8)

Prize Pool[edit]

$ 10,000 US Dollars are spread among the teams as seen below:

PlacePrizePrize (%)Team
PlacementIcon1.png 1$5,500€4,12555%Complexitylogo std.pngcompLexity Gaming
PlacementIcon2.png 2$2,500€1,87525%Logo std.pngNapkins in Disguise
PlacementIcon3.png 3$1,250€937.5012.5%Curse Academylogo std.pngCurse Academy
4$750€562.507.5%To Be Determinedlogo std.pngTo Be Determined
55x Fatal1ty Power SuppliesCOGnitive Gaminglogo std.pngCOGnitive Gaming
65x Death Adders or TaipansNew World Eclipselogo std.pngNew World Eclipse
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7-8Infinite Oddslogo std.pngInfinite Odds
Complexitylogo std.pngcompLexity Academy
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Converted prizes calculated with values provided by on September 11, 2013, as follows:

  • $ 1 US Dollar = € 0.75 Euros


North America (14)
Complexitylogo std.pngcompLexity Gaming Infinite Oddslogo std.pngInfinite Odds
Aware Gaminglogo std.pngAware Gaming New World Eclipselogo std.pngNew World Eclipse
Reality Check Gaminglogo std.pngReality Check Gaming Curse Academylogo std.pngCurse Academy
Gold Gaming LAlogo std.pngGold Gaming LA COGnitive Gaminglogo std.pngCOGnitive Gaming
Team Summonlogo std.pngTeam Summon Logo std.pngNapkins in Disguise
To Be Determinedlogo std.pngTo Be Determined Complexitylogo std.pngcompLexity Academy
Towerdivetvlogo std.pngTeam TowerDiveTV Team Tempestlogo std.pngTeam Tempest


Group Stage[edit]

Season 1

Season Rankings
1. Complexitylogo std.pngcompLexity Gaming 12-1
2. To Be Determinedlogo std.pngTo Be Determined 11-2
3. Denial eSportslogo std.pngDenial eSports 10-3
4. Curse Academylogo std.pngCurse Academy 10-3
5. New World Eclipselogo std.pngNew World Eclipse 9-4
6. Gold Gaming LAlogo std.pngGold Gaming LA 7-6
7. COGnitive Gaminglogo std.pngCOGnitive Gaming 7-6
8. Complexitylogo std.pngcompLexity Academy 6-7
9. Infinite Oddslogo std.pngInfinite Odds 6-7
10. Towerdivetvlogo std.pngTeam TowerDiveTV 5-8
11. Team Summonlogo std.pngTeam Summon 4-9
12. Team Tempestlogo std.pngTeam Tempest 3-10
13. Aware Gaminglogo std.pngAware Gaming 1-12
14. Reality Check Gaminglogo std.pngReality Check Gaming 0-13


Round 1
Round 2
Round 3
3rd place match
7th/8th Place
5th Place

1 Gold Gaming LA dropped out of the MCS Playoffs giving their spot to the 9th place team, Infinite Odds.

2 Napkins in Disguise (Formerly Denial eSports.West) left the organization halfway through the tournament.

3 Infinite Odds forfeited their match against New World Eclipse.

4 New World Eclipse forfeited their match against Cognitive Gaming.

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