Gromp News is back with more League of Legends Worlds predictions! Today’s predictor is none other than NineTeeSix’s own Lee Jones. Will the writer predict an EU v LPL rematch? Or will SKT take one step closer to Korea’s redemption? Without further ado, let’s get into some predictions! Invictus Gaming vs FunPlus Phoenix With the … Continue reading Worlds Semi-Final predictions with NineTeeSix
EU Masters is well underway. However, for some teams, they have other events to look forward to. The Newcastle Jaguars are among a multitude of organisations fighting it out in the Forge of Champions open tournament. The best sides in the open brackets will advance to Forge of Champions, whilst also competing for a spot … Continue reading Newcastle Jaguars’ Team Manager EllGriff: “This roster was built to compete against the UKLC teams.”
Hello! We here at Gromp news love lower tier League of Legends, so we thought. Why not give everybody else the chance to view it as well. Bellow, you are all the European Regional Leagues that have been announced for this season. Enjoy. EBL (Balkan League) Start Date: Ongoing Teams ASUS ROG ELITE Crvena zvezda Esports … Continue reading Every Regional LoL League with Teams and Start Dates
With roster moves occurring every day it’s important to note that while many first teams are slowly being built, they still have to field an academy team. As per Riot rulings, all of the franchised teams in Europe are obliged to create an Academy team in order to further develop upcoming talent. However, with the … Continue reading Where are all of LEC’s Academy teams going to be playing next split?
With the conclusion of the 2018 Mid Season Invitational, we have a new international powerhouse in the form of the newly crowned champions, Royal Never Give Up. After an impressive tournament from the Chinese roster, the long term Korean international dynasty has been left shaken. For the first time since the 2015 MSI tournament, a … Continue reading UZI: Legacy Unlocked
Royal Never Give Up broke Korea’s international dominance, beating King Zone Dragon X to be crowned MSI 2018 champions. The Chinese team broke the 1106-day long streak of Korean best of 5 victories in a dramatic 3-1 series win. RNG’s eventual victory wasn’t without its struggles. In their first five games of the competition they … Continue reading MSI 2018: RNG NEVER GAVE UP