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For the online tournament coming up on January 4th and 5th, Riot organizers (Tiza, Janook, Rara, Phreak, and more) will provide directed camera streams of as many of these matches as we can. These online qualifying matches will not be casted by Riot, but any casters who would like to rebroadcast the matches should feel free to do so.
Well be streaming the January 11th North American Qualifiers and January 25th EU Qualifiers in full force.
Stay tuned for details. Best of luck to the teams competing in the online tournament.
This Friday and Saturday, the highest-ranked teams in NA and EU will compete online for the chance to earn a spot as a League of Legends Championship Series professional team.
In each region, the top 32 teams from the ranked team 5v5 ladder will play in online tournaments. The top eight teams from the online tournaments in each region will then advance to the qualifiers. The North American qualifier will be held in Los Angeles from January 11-13 and the European qualifier in Warsaw, Poland from January 25-27. The top five from each of qualifier will become professional teams in the League of Legends Championship Series.