Think you're good at League of Legends? Well, the qualifiers for this online multiplayer session-based game has already begun on the Singapore/Malaysia servers since 4 April, and the top two teams will face off on 30 April. Read on for more details.
Garena, online game service provider and Southeast Asia’s exclusive publisher of League of Legends, has announced the dates for the qualifiers of its acclaimed online multiplayer session-based game.
League Of Legends is a session-based, multiplayer online game where teams of players compete for victory. Built by a veteran development team and the original creators of Defense Of The Ancients, one of the world’s most popular player-made mods, League Of Legends combines elements of the role-playing and strategy with addictive competitive action.
The qualifying tournament for the Season One Grand Finals, in partnership with Dell's Alienware, will take place on the Singapore/Malaysia server, where gamers will compete online from 4th to 30th April.
The top two teams will then face-off in the finals at the Alienware Launch in Suntec City, Singapore on 30 April to compete for the grand prize which includes a fully sponsored trip to Jönköping, Sweden to compete in the Season One Grand Finals at DreamHack Summer 2011, the world’s largest digital festival from 18 to 21 June. On top of that is the total cash prize of S$2,000.
The number of participating teams is expected to range from 32 to 64 and will include both Singaporean and Malaysian players. Registration for the Season One Qualifiers was opened on 21 March.