As most of our fans and followers know, League of Legends has been a key part of our DNA since our entry in 2010, prior to even the Season 1 World Championship. Over the years, we managed to qualify for the inaugural season of the EU LCS, represented Europe twice at the World Championships in 2012 and 2014, but had to face relegation in 2015 and ultimately pulled out of League of Legends after not breaking through the Challenger Series.
This game and the community built around it have always been close to our heart, which is why, in June 2018, we decided to return by signing our German-based team that would go on and will continue to compete in the ESL Meisterschaft and Riot’s Premier Tour.
With that being said, we are now particularly excited and humbled that Riot Games chose us as one of their partners in Germany and Europe as a whole. We are eager to give back to the fans who have waited until now to see us back in the premier League of Legends competition in Europe and to expand our fanbase all around the old continent with a strong emphasis on our German roots.
All of this would not have been possible without the significant support of our partners Sennheiser, Razer, and MountainDew as well as Deutsche Telekom, who have been a driving force behind our League of Legends efforts and will continue to support us as we are looking to expand our infrastructure in the months and years ahead.
Please keep an eye out for our upcoming player and staff announcements as well as some other organizational changes that we’ve been working on for quite some time now!
Irena fell in love with esports when she watched the Season 1 LoL Championship. Nowadays she enjoys the WoW universe, fantasy books and Asian food.
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