Summoners!

As if this weekend weren’t packed enough, three more great League of Legends tournaments will be streaming live from all over the world! Take a look at the information and schedules below, and tune in for all the action.

OGN Spring Season Championship

Korea’s number-one eSports League comes to a close this Saturday with a battle between fire and ice. Team MiG Frost faces MiG Blaze in the OnGameNet Champions Spring Grand final! Both teams emerged victorious in a highly competitive field that included Korea’s best teams along with Counter Logic Gaming and FnaticRaidCall. Now they face each other for all the marbles, and only one MiG can emerge triumphant.

The championship match begins on Saturday, May 19 at 1:00 am Pacific Time and should continue for four hours after that.

View broadcasts live from Own3d Stream and Twitch.tv Stream

Check out OGN’s official website for information on the two teams.

IvyLoL Season One Championship

IvyLoL’s inaugural season comes to an end this Sunday with a championship battle between two collegiate teams. The brutal schedule featured teams from over 75 North American colleges and university, fighting through a 10-match season, Regional qualifier and 16-team final playoff. Two contenders remain standing: the University of Texas at Austin and University of California at Irvine. They will meet online to determine the championship. The winners receive a Premiere League prize package containing $15 in Riot Points, a Triumphant Ryze skin and a Champion Skin Bundle for each player. (The losers must content themselves with $15 worth of Riot Points apiece.)

The action kicks off on Sunday, May 20th, beginning at 7:00 pm Pacific Time.

Watch the action on Own 3D TV
Get details on the tournament at IvyLoL’s home page.

Reign of Gaming Invitational

Team Curse’s Reign of Gaming Invitational continues this weekend with the first part of the round of eight. Four teams from North America and four teams from Europe face off in a best-of-three format to determine who travels to San Francisco for the finals. Only two teams from each bracket can move forward, so the competition will be no-holds barred.

Matches begin on Saturday, May 19, featuring six of the remaining eight teams. The best-of-three matches follow the schedule below:

  • 19:00 CET: Team L. vs. Team NaVi (Europe)
  • 21:00 CET: exHCL vs. Absolute Legends (Europe)
  • 23:00 CET: Team Epik vs. Counter Logic Gaming (North America)


Check out the LoLPro Main Page for all the info.

Look at the official tournament bracket.

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