LCO Split 1 2024: Ground Zero secures first PCS playoffs spot
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by Bernadette Wong
4M ago
Wakey wakey, OCE—your premier League of Legends league is back! The LCO returns in January with new names, a huge prize pool, and a shot to take on PCS’ best on the road to MSI. GZ locked in first spot at PCS playoffs Bliss, Antic to fight for second and final spot The action resumes on March 1 In a behemoth 3-1 upper bracket final, Ground Zero are your first LCO representatives for the PCS playoffs, downing regular season leaders Bliss in a shock result on Thursday night. GZ dropped the opening match but never looked back, sweeping the rest of the series and securing their ticket to the PCS ..read more
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LCO Split 1 2024: Team Bliss opens up lead at the front
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by Bernadette Wong
5M ago
Wakey wakey, OCE—your premier League of Legends league is back! The LCO returns in January with new names, a huge prize pool, and a shot to take on PCS’ best on the road to MSI. DW matches remain postponed Bliss leap ahead, yet to drop a series Super Week continues on Tuesday It was one of the busiest off-seasons in recent memory which saw a huge shuffle in both personnel and organizations. Gone are the big names of old like Chiefs and Pentanet as new challengers in the form of ION Global and FURY enter the fray. With plenty of action already (including another pre-season Competitive Ruling ..read more
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LCO Split 1 2024: ION, Bliss lead from the front
Snowball Esports » League of Legends
by Bernadette Wong
5M ago
Wakey wakey, OCE—your premier League of Legends league is back! The LCO returns in January with new names, a huge prize pool, and a shot to take on PCS’ best on the road to MSI. Three teams remain undefeated through week two Antic, DW match mysteriously postponed ION, Kanga kick off week three It was one of the busiest off-seasons in recent memory which saw a huge shuffle in both personnel and organizations. Gone are the big names of old like Chiefs and Pentanet as new challengers in the form of ION Global and FURY enter the fray. With plenty of action already (including another pre-season C ..read more
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LCO Split 1 2024: Hello, is this thing on?
Snowball Esports » League of Legends
by Bernadette Wong
6M ago
Wakey wakey, OCE—your premier League of Legends league is back! The LCO returns in January with new names, a huge prize pool, and a shot to take on PCS’ best on the road to MSI. Mammoth cop week one Competitive Ruling, forfeit ION Global, FURY make LCO debut A new champion will be crowned in Split 1 It was one of the busiest off-seasons in recent memory which saw a huge shuffle in both personnel and organizations. Gone are the big names of old like Chiefs and Pentanet as new challengers in the form of ION Global and FURY enter the fray. With plenty of action already (including another pre-se ..read more
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LCO Split 1 2024: Hello, is this thing on?
Snowball Esports » League of Legends
by Bernadette Wong
6M ago
Wakey wakey, OCE—your premier League of Legends league is back! The LCO returns in January with new names, a huge prize pool, and a shot to take on PCS’ best on the road to MSI. Mammoth cop week one Competitive Ruling, forfeit ION Global, FURY make LCO debut A new champion will be crowned in Split 1 It was one of the busiest off-seasons in recent memory which saw a huge shuffle in both personnel and organizations. Gone are the big names of old like Chiefs and Pentanet as new challengers in the form of ION Global and FURY enter the fray. With plenty of action already (including another pre-se ..read more
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Riot dips back into OCE in style at SXSW x Worlds watch party
Snowball Esports » League of Legends
by Harry Taylor
9M ago
With the Swiss stage of the 2023 League of Legends World Championship in full swing, Riot Games took over Sydney at Harajuku Gyōza on the boardwalk of Tumbalong Boulevard for a night full of first-class summoners rift action, great drinks, and even better food. In the shadow of the International Convention Centre and the greater SXSW Festival, this was one of the first fully-fledged activations Riot Games has held in Australia since the 10th Anniversary events in October 2019, and the first since Riot pulled out of the region with the shutdown of the Pyrmont-based office and the cancellation o ..read more
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Two become one: Team Bliss acquires The Chiefs in landmark esports merger
Snowball Esports » League of Legends
by Harry Taylor
10M ago
Team Bliss has announced a shock acquisition of Australian esports stalwart The Chiefs Esports Club. The two brands will continue to exist in esports, with the new mega-club set to run teams in various titles under both Chiefs and Bliss branding. The two teams will see their resources come together under one roof as they look to become the leading force in Oceanic esports. Both Team Bliss and the Chiefs see this as a logical next step in the future of Oceanic esports. In a press release co-released by Team Bliss and The Chiefs on September 15, Team Bliss COO Brendan “Brendy” Harms expressed mu ..read more
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Behind Enemy Lines — PCS Playoffs 2023: Split 2
Snowball Esports » League of Legends
by Harry Taylor
1y ago
LCO reps The Chiefs and Team Bliss have their eyes on the world stage once more. In previous years, these two teams would have been fighting for a single spot in the League of Legends Worlds Play-In stage. However, this year is different.  The LCO, and by extension, Oceania as a whole, has been folded into the Asia-Pacific region via the Pacific Championship Series, and our hopefuls must now face up against six of APAC’s best in the PCS playoffs for a chance at the two spots available. Chiefs and Bliss have been seeded into the upper bracket’s first round against the PCS’s third and fourt ..read more
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LCO Split 2 2023: Chiefs claim third-straight LCO title, first seed to PCS
Snowball Esports » League of Legends
by Bernadette Wong
1y ago
Our teams are ready to hit the Summoners Rift, fighting for a top-two seed to compete in the PCS playoffs–their chance at Worlds in South Korea. With the journey through playoffs underway, which teams will succeed? The Chiefs and Team Bliss have secured PCS playoffs slots Team Bliss have the edge from their last series, which ended 3-0 Last series of the split July 30th @ 6pm Our last series of the season is finally here. Recreating the matchup at DreamHack earlier this year, Team Bliss and The Chiefs have once again secured the two PCS playoffs slots, and meet in contention for the Oceanic ..read more
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Aladoric, Leemas reflect as Chiefs & Bliss face off one final time — LCO Split 2 Grand Final: Predictions
Snowball Esports » League of Legends
by Bernadette Wong
1y ago
Although the PCS playoffs have been locked in, Team Bliss and The Chiefs will clash in the LCO one more time in the LCO Split 2 Grand Final. Once more, the championship title is on the line—and neither of our two contestants wants to go home empty-handed. We’ve seen the two clash on so many occasions throughout the year. Every match of the first split drew the teams closer together before The Chiefs’ secured their back-to-back title at DreamHack earlier this year. From the regular split going into playoffs, Bliss has kept up the fight, taking a flawless series from the boys in blue in their mo ..read more
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