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MLG Anaheim League of Legends Spring Championship Finals Results

/ Jul 3rd, 2013 No Comments

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[adsense250itp]Teams fought their way through an online qualifier to compete in the live finals of the Major League Gaming League of Legends Spring Championship Finals in Anaheim, Calif. The matches took place in between the live League of Legends Championship Series Summer Split games, as Aware Gaming took on Complexity and FXOpen eSports went against Curse Academy in a best of three match.

The teams were competing for a spot in the 2014 League of Legends Championship Series Playoffs and a grand prize of $20,000.

Aware Gaming, formerly known as The Salad Bar, competed against Complexity. Both teams had been previously eliminated in the League of Legends Championship Series Summer Playoffs. In two games played, Aware Gaming took an early advantage but could not find a way to extend their lead and slowly gave the momentum to Complexity. Complexity Jungler Lautemortis led his team with current staple junglers Nautilus and Jarvan IV to secure the win.

FXOpen eSports played against Curse Academy. Popular stream players such as Westrice and ROBERTxLEE were picked up for FXOpen eSports, while Curse Academy showcased former Team Dignitas Jungler I Will Dominate and Team Curse sub Rhux. Each game was close, but FXOpen eSports came out with a 2-1 victory after Westrice and ROBERTxLEE showed their dominance in their respective lanes. Westrice garnered several crowd cheers for his champion Rengar, as he proceeded to do well in the final game and became a key player in a victory over Curse Academy.

The final match was between FXOpen eSports and Complexity. Complexity took the first game. The team had great synergy between champions Nautilus and Thresh. FXOpen eSports came back to take game two and three for the match win. Westrice played staple champions Akali to beat out Megazero in the top lane in game two. He dominated Megazero again in game three with Rengar. Westrice became the key player again, making impressive plays against Complexity for the victory and earning his team a shot at getting into the League of Legends Championship Series in 2014.

  

Shun Fukuda

Shun Fukuda

Associate Contributor at Gaming Illustrated
Shun is a newcomer to Gaming Illustrated and loves to write about video games. Aside from his contributions here, he runs a blog about League of Legends.
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