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

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Tsunashi Takuto

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07-10-2012

Pretty sweet. I've been wanting to see international teams square off. Not just for the whole "USA IS BETTER, KOREA IS BETTER, EUROPE IS BETTER!" but just to see who's got it made for League internationally. Hope to see one heck of a match tomorrow.


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Ñhóc

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07-10-2012

Asiannnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn yea


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The Scatman John

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07-10-2012

They all look the same.


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Riot Cidem

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07-10-2012

Very cool. The Korean Teams have a very cool coordination and amazing support players, though I'll definitely be cheering for the US Teams! Go Dignitas! =D


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iTams

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07-10-2012

ACEUUUUU ACEUUUUUUUUUU

PENTAKRlLL PENTAKRILLLLLL


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Thuviel

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07-10-2012

Asians....


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ImWithImpaired

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07-10-2012

Riot..um. You wrote Abuzu Frost for the name once then Azubu Frost. Which is it? lol

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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.


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.


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07-10-2012

Koreans take over anything related to gaming!! they cray-crayyy


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07-10-2012

I love to see how LoL is getting even better over time.

Tnx for the great news.


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Khan Fillip Choi

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07-10-2012

gud one riot


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