Korean Team Azubu Blaze dominated the inaugural Major League Gaming (MLG) Summer League of Legends Arena capturing 1 st place and $10,000. Marking the first time a Korean team has ever participated in a League of Legends tournament outside of Korea, Azubu Blaze lived up to the hype and knocked North American favorite Team Solo Mid (TSM) to second place. In the finals, Azubu Blaze went up against TSM for the second time during the three-day competition and took all three games. The Korean team lost only one map all weekend.
League of Legends Summer Arena – Final Standings:First Place: Team Azubu Blaze - $10,000
Second Place: Team SoloMid
Third Place: Curse Gaming
Fourth Place: Team Black
The League of Legends competition will continue at the Summer Championship in Raleigh from August 24-26 where 12 teams will compete for $40,000 in prizes. Now that the LoL Summer Championship Online Qualifiers have concluded, all 12 teams have been confirmed for the Raleigh event, which is also the last chance for North American teams to earn points for Riot Game’s Season 2 Challenger Circuit NA Regionals. Matches will be streamed live for free in standard definition and fans can upgrade to HD for the event to see everything ad-free in up to 1080p.
Summer Championship League of Legends Teams include:
Team Solo Mid
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