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[LoL News] What to Watch: Lone Star Clash 2 and Tales of the Lane

Discussion in 'LoL News' started by Adiados, Nov 8, 2012.

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    Lone Star Clash 2

    This November 10-11, the first collegiate League of Legends final four meets an exciting pro invitational in Lone Star Clash 2, presented by the Texas eSports Association and Cyber Sports Network.

    With $5,000 in prize money at stake, four collegiate teams from Georgia Tech, UC San Diego, UC Irvine, and UT Austin will duke it out in the IvyLoL Final Four. In the pro invitational, Team FeaR, CLG.EU, Team Curse NA, and Reddit Nation will compete in a double elimination matchup for $15,000 in prizes.

    The action-packed matches start at 9am PST every day. Mark your calendars; you don’t want miss a single moment!

    Check out TESPA’s website to learn more about the event.



    Tales of the Lane

    Europe’s top teams will battle it out in the Tales of the Lane tournament finale! Hosted by Chips and Noi, Tales of the Lane will feature some of Europe’s best teams competing for their share of a $30,000 prize pool.

    On November 11, the top four teams from the online quarterfinals will gather at the “Casino de Paris” to determine the champion. The semifinals matches showcasing SK Gaming, Eclypsia, Team Curse EU, and M5 BenQ will start streaming live starting at 1am PST, so be sure to check it all out.

    For more information, see the Tales of the Lane website.

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