Korea’s Best Teams: OGN’s “The Champions”

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u h O

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07-10-2012

Coordination on Korean teams are amazing. It's also fun to see the different style of gaming different regions of the world bring.


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07-10-2012

dislike me for being a cow


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cardinalthug

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07-10-2012

I love how unenthusiastic SaintVicious is being compared to all the Koreans.


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Vertica

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07-10-2012

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I love how unenthusiastic SaintVicious is being compared to all the Koreans.
I love how SV is the token white guy


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Antholagnia

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07-10-2012

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I love how unenthusiastic SaintVicious is being compared to all the Koreans.
I don't see it. They all look pretty annoyed by the forced pose.


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Coppermouth

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07-10-2012

Koreans are OP, nikka!


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Aomines

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07-10-2012

Sweet. Definitely have to watch.


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Aomines

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07-10-2012

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am i supposed to care about this?
Yes.


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GhostRidah

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07-10-2012

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Summoners!

Korea’s most watched eSports show is back with the second season of The Champions. Streamed live on Twitch, Own3d, the OGN League of Legends site and on TV in Korea, The Champions is the perfect opportunity for League of Legends eSports fans to watch some awesome international competition.

OGN’s first season saw a relative newcomer defeat some heavy favorites from across the globe. Champions Azubu Blaze emerged victorious over some names familiar to Western eSports fans. They knocked out HotshotGG’s CLG as well as FnaticRaidCall on their way to the finals, in which they squared off against another Korean team: Abuzu Frost.

Frost was the better-known team, and a significant portion of the 5,000-person crowd in the Kintex Korean Exhibition Center were cheering against the eventual champions, who are set to defend their title in OGN’s Season Two of The Champions, which has just concluded its first round of group play.

The competition is even tougher this season: CLG is back and joined by fellow North American team Dignitas. Two new European teams join them: CLG.eu and Na’Vi, and the best China has to offer has entered the fray as well - the winners of IntelEM Guangzhou, World Elite. Eleven Korean teams accompany the international group, including Azubu Blaze; runners up Azubu Frost; and fan favorites Naijin Sword, Startale, and Xenic Storm.
Last year’s winner, Azubu Blaze, is off to a great start, having swept Group A 3-0. World Elite racked up two victories over Naijin Shield and GJR to finish 2-1.

This week, Group B begins with a highly anticipated match between Team Dignitas and Naijin Sword. The broadcast goes live July 11th, 4:30 AM Pacific time. Matches occur every Wednesday and Friday, starting at 3:30 AM Pacific time.
What is the website for that stream? thanking you in advance


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Whappy

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07-10-2012

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What is the website for that stream? thanking you in advance
You're meant to sign up to the http://www.ognlol.com/ website and click the live button for the stream.

That stream embedded there is http://www.twitch.tv/azubuogn, however going there directly redirects you to the ognlol website.

Adding /popout after it will allow you to watch it without an account - http://www.twitch.tv/azubuogn/popout.

Unfortunately, unless things have changed since the last Korea match, it won't be worth watching as they've decided to adopt the GOM SC2 model of serving up absolute dog**** for the free stream and having a rolling ticker saying buy a premium ticket to see what is going on.

If last Friday wasn't a once off I'd suggest just watching a Korean restream and enjoying the high quality passion.

Edit: Group A was probably the most stacked group in the tournament. Would have been nice if an announcement was made prior to the tournament starting so more people became aware of our true Asian overlords.


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