This weekend, it will serve as the stage for the best German speaking League of Legends teams, when the city hosts the second of the three overall stops of the winter season of Riot’s Premier Tour.
Tomorrow, we hope to get our revenge on @BIGCLANgg! @phreniclol invites you to Vienna for #PremierTour last showdown of the year! We will keep you updated and entertained! So, don't forget to show us your support#RUNSKG @SummonersInnDE pic.twitter.com/hUK5Bbaxtn— SK Gaming (@SKGaming) 16. November 2018
On their path to the LAN-Finals in Austria, Daniel 'Scarface' Aitbelkacem and his counterparts have sliced through the competition during the Online Elimination stage and look to be ready to start their title run. In the round of sixteen we have defeated SSF Blaze, while Sangel e-Sports got handed an undisputed loss by our crew in the quarter-final.
Our squad finished in the second place at the first Premier Tour stop in Bern, where they fell short against EURONICS Gaming once again. To level the score and draw equal with them, we have to best BIG in the semi final and go on to the grand-final. The first seated EURONICS Gaming will take on mousesports in the other semi-final and will do their best to defend their lead.
The two participants who finish at the top of this season’s scoreboard are going to be awarded with a spot at the EU Masters Spring and will also receive a nice prize money of €10,000 or €8,000 respectively.
14:00 CEST, 17th November - Semi-final: SK Gaming > BIG - 2:0
17:00 CEST, 17th November - Semi-final: EURONICS Gaming < mousesports - 1:2
12:00 CEST, 18th November - Grand-final: SK Gaming < mousesports - 0:3
Our League of Legends players have steadily improved over the course of the past few months and finally conquered their nemesis EURONICS Gaming in a matchup in the Summoner’s Inn League. In the past, our men often jumped ahead at the beginning of matches only to give away their advantage in the mid and late game. Often times, they came up short in the fights for the Dragons or in the duells for Baron. However, recently these flaws that have haunted them for some time have been erased and they seem to be in the best shape since the creation of this team.
Let’s see if they can reproduce their great form of the recent weeks! Make sure to follow their journey in the beautiful city of Vienna.
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