Lenovo will have an all Indian Legion of Champions qualifier

by October 24, 2019 0 comments

Legion of Champions, hosted by Lenovo is one of the largest esports events in Asia. Up until their third instalment of the tournament, teams from various countries in Asia like Thailand, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Vietnam. For the first time in Legion of Champions series IV, Australia and New Zealand will also participate. 

This year, Legion of Champions IV will have an all India qualifier for the first time ever and which will end in a LAN final at Comic Con Bangalore which will be held on 16th and 17th November. Only 10 players from the online qualifiers will reach the Indian finals. The series this time will be for PUBG PC and the Indian LAN finals will have a prize pool of Rs 10 Lakhs. The winner will head to Bangkok for the Grand finals, which will take place from December 12th to 14th. 

But that is not all. Lenovo will also be hosting an all female event, called Legion of Valkyries. The event will feature all female CS:GO teams. Similar to LoC, LoV players will first have to go through online qualifiers and then reach the regional qualifiers. The winning team will represent India at Legion of Valkyries Grand Finals in Bangkok. 

Here are the regional divisions for Legion of Valkyries: 

Region 1: Hong Kong, Taiwan, Korea, Japan 

Region 2: Malaysia, Singapore, The Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia 

Region 3: India 

Region 4: Australia & New Zealand 


At the end of LOC IV in Bangkok, the winning team for PUBG will walk away with USD$4,000 and USD$10,000 worth of Legion devices, while the winners for CS:GO will walk away with USD$5,000 and USD$12,500 worth of Legion devices 

For more information on the tournament, you can visit the tournament website. 

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