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This coming weekend (March 30 through April 1) sees a terrific trio of League of Legends tournaments streaming to your computer. Check them out!
The AbsoluteProLeague (APL) -- a monthly invitation-only event featuring professional teams -- comes to a head this weekend with its Finals. After a group stage with 16 of the best European teams and a single elimination bracket, CLG.eu is now about to meet aAa in the finals, while Absolute Legends and Western Wolves are about to fight for the third place. $1,000 are at stake for the winner of this tournament, and both matches will be fought this Sunday.
Sunday, April 1st
18:00 CET: APL 3rd Place Match, Western Wolves vs. Absolute Legends
21:00 CET: APL Final, Against All Authority and Counter Logic Gaming
While Europe gears up for a battle to the finish, North America’s best teams will gather for the ggClassic. The field consists of eight invited teams and 24 open slots filled by the continent’s top amateurs. They’ll be competing over the course of three days for $5,000 in prizes.
Friday, March 30
5:00 PM PST -- Curse vs. JYAJ, and Epik vs. dB Gaming
Saturday, March 31
9:00 AM PST -- Dignitas vs. JPak, and LgN vs. 4Not (Postponed game 3)
12:00 PM PST -- TSM vs. Curse/JYAJ winner
6:00 PM PST -- CLG vs. Epik/dB Gaming Winner
Sunday, April 1
9:00 AM PST -- Semifinal #1: JPak and Friends/Dignitas Winner vs. TSM/Curse/JYAJ winner, and mTw.NA vs. LgN/4Not Winner
12:00 PM PST -- Semifinal #2: mTw.NA/4Not/LgN Winner vs. CLG/Epik/dB Gaming winner
3:00 PM PST -- Third Place Match
6:00 PM PST --Grand Final: TBD vs. TBD
Finally, North American Team SoloMid joins top team from Europe this Saturday, March 31 for the 4PL All or Nothing Cup. The invitational tournament features €500 in prize money… going only to the winner. Participating teams include: