MYM.LoL in Group A for WCG 2013

Our League of Legends team will compete against Dash 9 Gaming, yoe Flash Wolves, Lyon Gaming and ESC Gaming in Group A


Posted on November 14th of 2013 by admin

Groups for the upcoming World Cyber Games 2013 League of Legends tournament were released earlier this week, and saw MYM be placed in Group A alongside the Taiwanese team, yoe Flash Wolves , the Colombians from Dash 9 Gaming, the Mexicans from Lyon Gaming and to conclude the group, the Germans from ESC Gaming.

A total of 20 teams from as many as 18 countries will be fighting to take home the $30,000 designated for the winning team, while 2nd and 3rd place will have to settle for $20,000 and $10,000 respectively. The tournament is poised to take place in Chinese soil, in the city of Kunshan to be more precise. Kunshan boasts a population of 1,681,387 inhabitants and is located in the southeastern part of the Jiangsu Province.}

Full groups can be found below:

Group A yoe Flash Wolves Dash9 Gaming MeetYourMakers Lyon Gaming ESC Gaming

Group B OMG Isurus Gaming Millenium Arenales Net Games Dark Passage.Kaspersky

Group C CJ Entus Blaze Rampage Energy Pacemaker Team Immunity KaBuM e-Sports

Group D World Elite MiTH.Flashdive Royal Paladins eSports Eclipse compLexity The RED

The general consensus amongst the League of Legends community is that the favorites to win the tournament are the South Koreans of CJ Entus Blaze or the home-favorites from OMG. It is also evident that a lot of new and somewhat unknown teams will be making an appearance in the tournament, which should provide some interesting games for the fans even from the first rounds of the tournament.

Finally, as in previous editions of the yearly tournament, a lot of complaints have been brought forward regarding the organization of the national qualifiers. In this year’s edition, disappointment was voiced by the Argentinean and Chilean League of Legends communities, both of whom considered that the organization of the qualifiers in their countries left a lot to be desired. It was even worst for teams like TicoGamers, from the Central American country of Costa Rica, who saw their opportunity to attend the event dissipate when, according to information posted by various users on the popular League of Legends subreddit, the organizers of the national qualifier decided that only the winner of the FIFA qualifier would make the trip to China.