This Week in Esports [February 7th - February 13]

Posted on at 1:51 PM by Aznbeat
Following the fourth week of regional leagues, we're back with This Week in Esports!
[Warning: This post contains event spoilers!]

Continue reading for current LCS & regional standings, team & player news, roster updates, information on the 2017 global esports events, EU Spring finals in Hamburg later this year, and more!

Current Standings:

The brackets and standings below are up to date as of Monday, February 13th and, as always, VODs can be found here and check out the various links to see advanced scheduling for the various regional leagues!

[NA] LCS:

  • Top Three
    • Cloud9 - Matches [8-0]
    • FlyQuest - Matches [6-2]
    • TSM - Matches [6-2]

    [EU] LCS:

      • Group A Top 2:
        • G2 Esports - [6-0]
        • Misfits - [4-1]
      • Group B Top 2:
      • Unicorns of Love - [5-0]
      • H2K - [4-2]

    [Korea] LCK:

    • Top Three
      • KT Rolster: 6W - 0L
      • SK Telecom T1: 5W - 1L
      • Samsung Galaxy: 4W - 2L

    [China] LPL:

    • Group A Top 2
      • Invictis Gaming: 2W - 1L
      • Royal Never Give Up: 2W - 1L
    • Group B Top 2
      • QG Reapers: 3W - 0L
      • Edward Gaming: 3W - 1L
    • Schedule/Teams/Standings - Esports Wikis

    [TW/HK/MO] LMS: 

    • Top Four:
      • Flash Wolves: 4W - 0L
      • J Team: 3W - 1L
      • ahq e-Sports Club: 3W - 1L
      • Fire Ball: 2W - 2L

    2017 Global Esports Information

    Riot has released a slew of information regarding the upcoming global esports events taking place in 2017, including event information and format changes for the World Championship and MSI!

    2017 International Events
    "MSI 2017 is going to São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on April 28 - May 21. Worlds 2017 is heading to China including Wuhan, Guangzhou, and Shanghai from September 23 - October 29. At the Finals on November 4, we’ll be crowning our new World Champions from the Beijing National Stadium aka the Bird’s Nest."

    2017 World Championship Update
    "Worlds 2017 will be a 24 team-tournament in China with teams from all 13 LoL professional leagues."

    2017 Mid-season Invitational Update
    "MSI 2017 will now be a 13-team tournament with representatives from all 13 LoL professional Leagues.Regional seed placement will be based on previous results from the past two years of MSI and Worlds. MSI 2017 results will continue to impact Worlds 2017 regional seeds."

    Riot has also launched a 2017 Global Events hub, which includes more information on both the World Championship in China and the Mid-Season Invitational in Brazil!
    Wallpapers for the two events:

    For the full announcements, check out these links:



    Get Ready for the EU Spring Finals in Hamburg

    Riot has revealed this year's EU LCS Spring finals will be held in Hamburg, Germany in the Barclaycard Arena on April 22-23! Check out the details below:

    "Which team will reign supreme? Get ready to close out the EULCS Spring Split as we take the show on the road to the Barclaycard Arena in Hamburg, Germany on April 22-23.

    With Berlin being the home of the EULCS, we’re excited to host the finals with our neighbours in the second largest city in Germany, bringing the top four teams to Hamburg for a weekend of competitive action! 
    Get ready to step onto the Rift and crown the champions of Spring, who will be playing for championship points and a place at the 2017 Mid-Season Invitational in Brazil.

    EVENT INFO

    Venue: Barclaycard Arena, Hamburg
    Tickets: Tickets sales will begin in the next few weeks. We’ll share more information on Lolesports before tickets go live.
    Dates:
    • April 22 (3rd place vs. 4th place)
    • April 23 (1st place vs. 2nd place)
    We’ll confirm start times when we announce tickets.
    Teams: Top four teams from EULCS Spring Playoffs
    Format: Best of 5
    Language: The in-house commentary will be in English
    Stakes:
    • 1st place - 90 points and will represent Europe at MSI 2017
    • 2nd place - 70 points
    • 3rd place - 50 points
    • 4th place - 30 points
    Stay tuned to eu.lolesports.com for more information about finals in Hamburg. Bis später!"

    Deterministic Disaster Recovery Tool (aka Chronobreak) during NA LCS W4

    During the FlyQuest and Cloud 9 game in NA LCS Week W4, Riot utilized the Deterministic Disaster Recover Tool to successfully recreate the game and avoid the bug after FlyQuest was offered and accepted a remake.

    The game was remade then resumed at 10:20 game time before the buggy Miss Fortune ultimate was used.  This is the first time Riot has publicly referenced or used this tool.


    Team, Player, Event & Organization News

    Riot & LCS:

    • Check out The Hai Road, an extensive article profiling Hai Lam, the midlaner for Flyquest!
    • In a competitive ruling from Riot, 16 Oceanic Challenger series players were issued bans for various offenses - including Negative Behavior, Account Sharing, Account Boosting

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