Continue reading for more details on the event, team rosters, and more information straight from Riot's eSports team!
Here is Magus with the details:
"The 2013 League of Legends All-Star Event begins this week at the spectacular Shanghai Grand Stage in China.
Featuring 25 of the best players from around the globe, a tournament with World Championship implications and an exclusive skills competition, the All-Star Event promises three days of non-stop action from May 24 to 26.
Meet the players and the teams
- Top: Dyrus (TSM Snapdragon)
- Mid: Scarra (Dignitas)
- ADC: Doublelift (Counter Logic Gaming)
- Support: Xpecial (TSM Snapdragon)
- Jungle: Saintvicious (Curse)
- Top: sOAZ (Fnatic)
- Mid: Alex Ich (Gambit BenQ)
- ADC: Yellowpete (EG Raidcall)
- Support: EDward (Gambit BenQ)
- Jungle: Diamond (Gambit BenQ)
OGN Champions (Korea):
- Top: Shy (CJ Entus Frost)
- Mid: Ambition (CJ Entus Blaze)
- ADC: PraY (NaJin Sword)
- Support: MadLife (CJ Entus Frost)
- Jungle: inSec (KT Rolster B)
Tencent LoL Pro League (China):
- Top: PDD (Invictus Gaming)
- Mid: Misaya (Team WE)
- ADC: WeiXiao (Team WE)
- Support: XiaoXiao (Invictus Gaming)
- Jungle: Troll (Team WE)
Garena Premier League (South-East Asia):
- Top: Stanley (Azubu Taipei Assassins)
- Mid: Toyz (Azubu Taipei Assassins)
- ADC: Chawy (Singapore Sentinels)
- Support: MiSTakE (Azubu Taipei Snipers)
- Jungle: HarLeLuYar (Singapore Sentinels)
The five regional teams face off in a three-stage elimination battle. South-East Asia earned a bye into the second round with their region's victory in the Season 2 World Championship.
Round one features two matches:
- Match 1: North America vs. China
- Match 2: Europe vs. Korea
All-Star Skills Competition
League of Legends is a team game played by individuals. For the first time, the All-Star Event features a showdown between players of the game's five primary roles. With a custom map and victory conditions for both 1v1 and 2v2 duels, the All-Star Skills Competition ratchets up the tension and delivers the drama.
- Alex Ich
AD Carry and Supports:
- Doublelift and Xpecial
- Yellowpete and EDward
- PraY and MadLife
- WeiXiao and XiaoXiao
- Chawy and MiSTakE
Winning the All-Star Tournament earns the victorious region an additional spot at the season-ending World Championship, increasing their odds to take home grand prize money and the Summoner's Cup. The top four teams at the All-Star Tournament claim a bye and seeding into the elimination rounds at the World Championship; the last place region loses that bye and teams reaching the World Championship from that region will slug it out in the group stages.
Catch all of the high-stakes action from Shanghai starting Friday, May 24. Head here for more about the All-Star Event from the home of League of Legends esports, www.lolesports.com. "