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Season Two has officially begun, and with it the race to the top of the Challenger Circuit! Featuring the most prestigious events in the eSports world, the Challenger Circuit determines which teams will advance to the Regional Championships and ultimately to the Season Two Championship. Already some of your favorite teams have been competing in events hosted by Major League Gaming, IGN Pro League, and on the international stage in the Intel Extreme Masters.
Household names such as Team Solo Mid, Counter Logic Gaming, and defending world champions Fnatic MSI have been competing and earning circuit points, climbing the ladder in their regions, and proving time and time again why they are on the cutting edge of competitive League of Legends. The current standings are always available on the League of Legends Competitive Site, but the battle is far from over. Already old rivalries are heating up and new teams are continually bursting onto the scene, threatening to dethrone well-established opponents.
At IEM Kiev, the Challenger Circuit continues, with some of the top names in League of Legends eSports competing for $32,000 in prizes along with the right to qualify for the Intel Extreme Masters Series Season Championship in Hannover, Germany. This event will feature not only an astonishing $100,000 prize pool, but also the right to wear to be crowned Intel Extreme Masters Season 6 Champion. Don’t miss the opportunity to see who will take home the title, and the impact that these tournaments will have on the Season Two Competitive Standings.
Here’s a peek at the top teams in North America and Europe so far this season. Bear in mind that each region has a different number of events, so the point totals may vary between North America and Europe: