Worlds 2016 NA and EU Regional Qualifiers Predictions

Follow @bigbadesports This Saturday, September 3rd, is the beginning of the dreaded gauntlet where teams fight for a berth in the 2016 League of Legends World Championship. Two teams from Europe, as well as two teams from North America, have already qualified which leaves one spot left from each region. That spot belongs to the

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Top Performers of SWC Day 1

Follow @bigbadesports Here are five players who had spectacular performances for their teams on Day one of the Smite World Championships. Adapting – It comes as no surprise that the European MVP balled out in the first day of the SWC. His work on Hun Batz in their first game against Isurus was phenomenal. The

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Five Things We Learned Day One of SWC

Follow @bigbadesports The skill gap between North America/Europe and the rest of the world is still huge – Being the 2nd World Championships of Smite, many fans were hoping every single game would be somewhat close and show the skills of each player from around the world. Instead, viewers saw almost every single game as

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Worlds: SK Telecom T1 vs KOO Tigers Finals Preview

Follow @bigbadesports Fourteen teams have gone home and only two remain in a final battle for the title, “2015 League of Legends World Champion”. For the first time in the history of League of Legends, two Korean teams will face off in the finals. The season 3 champions, SK Telecom T1, are looking to become the first organization

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Worlds: The Collapse of Europe

Follow @bigbadesports Two weeks ago I detailed the collapse of North America at the League of Legends World Championship. After the two semifinal matchups this past weekend, it’s only fair we address the collapse of Europe. Fnatic and Origen were both 3-0 swept this weekend by their opponents and left many of their fans disappointed. European teams

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Worlds: Most Important Players in the Final Four

Follow @bigbadesports The competition is now narrowed down to the final four teams competing for this years League of Legends World Championship. The competition has now moved to Brussels, Belgium for the semifinals and big time players will need to step up in this big time moment. We’re going to take a look at the

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SK Telecom T1: Can They be Stopped?

Follow @bigbadesports The 2015 League of Legends Worlds Championship is down to the final four teams. One of those teams is yet to lose a game and has been dominating everyone that has crossed their path. That team is SKT T1. SKT has a matchup against Origen this week and will be heavy favorites heading

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Worlds: The Collapse of North America

Follow @bigbadesports With the group stage of Worlds now complete, the competition is moving to London for the quarterfinals. You will not be seeing the 3 teams from North America there however. CLG, Cloud 9, and TSM all failed to make it out of groups. This is the first time in the history of the LoL World Championship

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Worlds: Group Stage Week 1 Recap

Follow @bigbadesports The 2015 League of Legends World Championship kicked off with an amazing week that ended yesterday. The first four days of competition were exciting, entertaining, and unpredictable. There has been so many surprises so far in this tournament and we are only halfway through the group stage. There were 24 games this past

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LoL World Championship 2015: For Dummies

Follow @bigbadesports Tomorrow the 2015 League of Legends World Championship will kick off. It is the most watched video game in the world and the event in particular sets a standard on eSports viewership numbers. There will be many viewers tuning in that have no idea what is going on. That’s where I come in.

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