This Week in eSports [March 23rd - 29th]

Posted on at 5:24 AM by Glyceroll
With the conclusion of the normal LCS Spring season, we're back with a round up in This Week in eSports!
[Warning: This post contains spoilers! Click here for spoiler free NA/EU LCS links!]

Continue reading for more information, including up to date standings from all the leagues, which NA and EU LCS teams have been auto relegated down to challenger, and more!

Current Standings:

First up as usual, we have updated standings for each of the regional leagues! Note that these standings are accurate as of the articles posting on Monday, March 30th! Remember, VODs can be found here.


[NA] LCS:

  • Top Three (W/L)
  • TSM (13-5)
  • Cloud9 - (13-6)  
  • CLG - (12-7)

Here's the current bracket for the NA Spring Split Playoffs, which start up on April 4th:
 

[EU] LCS:

  • Top Three (W/L)
  • SK Gaming - (15-3) 
  • Fnatic - (13-5)  
  • H2K Gaming - (12-6) 
Here's the current bracket for the  EU Spring Split Playoffs, which start up on April 4th:
 


[NA/EU] Challenger Series:

  • Top 3 NA  (W/L):
  • Enemy Esports -  (9-1)
  • TDK - (7-3)
  • Team Fusion - (6-4)
  • Top 3 EU  (W/L):
  • Origen - (9-1)
  • LowLandLions White - (6-4)  
  • Gamers2  - (5-5) 


[Korea] LCK:

  • Top four (W/L)
  • GE Tigers - (11-1)
  • SK Telecom T1 - (9-3)  
  • CJ Entus - (8-4) 
  • Jin Air Greenwings (7-5)   

[China] LPL:

  • Top Four (W/T/L) - Points
  • EDward Gaming (14-3-1) - 45 Points  
  • OMG (8-10-1) - 34 Points  
  • Snake  (8-9-2) - 33 Points  
  • Vici Gaming (6-9-3) - 27 Points

[TW/HK/MO] LMS: 

  • Top Four (W/L)
  •  yoe Flash Wolves - (20-1)  
  • Taipei Assassins - (16-4)
  • Hong Kong Esports - (15-6)
  • ahq e-Sports Club - (12-8) 

[Brazil] CBLOL:


[OCE] Oceanic Pro League:

  • Top Three (W/L)
  • Chiefs (12-1)
  • Dire Wolves (10-2)
  • Legacy (7-5)

Tournament News:


  • The 2015 Demacia Cup Spring wrapped up this week, featuring 29 participants from the LPL and the LSPL
    • 1st Place - EDward Gaming
    • 2nd Place - Invictus Gaming 
    • 3rd Place- Qiao Gu

  • The LJL (League of Legends Japan League) Season 1 wrapped up this week and featured 6 teams from the ever growing Japanese scene. 
    • 1st Place - DetonatioN FocusMe
    • 2nd Place- DetonatioN RabbitFive
    • 3rd Place - 7th heaven


    Team News


    North/South America:

    • Team Fusion released their coach/analyst Bee Sin after an investigation into the debacle involving leaked information about picks/bans during scrims. 

      Europe:

      • Due to underage players, Dignitas EU had to forfeit their spot in the EU Challenger Series to Reason Gaming after not wishing to compete with their two eligible substitutes. Essentially Dig EU and Reason Gaming will be swapping places. 

      Asia

      • LMS fined the Yoe Flash Wolves approximately $8,000 dollars for violating the LMS rules. Essentially, the team ran into unexpected incident which led to the team missing a game last week. The team will also be donating all their Garena salaries to charities (Players are still being paid by the organization). 

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