League of Legends - are you the best 1v1 player in Denmark?

3 months ago

Leagues is hosting the Red Bull “Player One” tournament in Denmark

Have you ever wanted to test your 1v1 skills in League of Legends? To prove to your friends, once and for all, that you are the better player? Well here is your chance! 

Red Bull has partnered up with Copenhagen Flames, and us here at Leagues.gg, to bring the fans an epic showdown of skill and strategy. Players will take each other on in the mid lane, with the winner moving on in the tournament.
There will be four qualifiers in total: three online and one offline. The four best players from each qualifier will be given a direct invite to the regional final, and a chance to earn themselves a spot in Brazil – where the best 1v1 player in the world will be crowned. To move on from the qualifiers, you will have to win six matches!

Qualifiers

Date

Time

Online

March 23

15:00

Online

March 27

19:00

Online

 

April 1

19:00

Offline

 

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Regional final

 

April 17-20th at the Copenhagen Games

TBA


Apart from bragging rights, you get to bring a guest to Sao Paulo when the finals kick off in December. Red Bull will take good care of their Danish champion, providing them with transport and a hotel during this epic journey. On top of that, it will be nothing short of a great honour, to represent Denmark in a battle between 29 countries.

What is our role in this you might ask? Well, we are excited to announce that Leagues.gg will be the official host of the event. Streaming everything on our official channel, we will be the link between the players and the fans. Working with representatives from Copenhagen Flames – casters and production crew – we will help make it a great event for everyone involved.

Thanks to Red Bull, we already have a small teaser for you. 

 

As the video states, you can sign up for the tournament by clicking into one of the qualifier links below: 

Qualifier one

Qualifier two

Qualifier three

Make sure you read the official rules as well, to avoid any misunderstandings. The ruleset will go into detail about the format, determining winners and so on.