ASUS ROG DreamLeague Season 2

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Tournament icon DreamLeague.png ASUS ROG DreamLeague Season 2
Cosmetic icon ASUS ROG DreamLeague Season 2.png
Sweden Stockholm, Sweden
Start Date:6 October 2014
End Date:29 November 2014
Teams:16
Version:6.82
Prize Pool:$100,000+ USD
Website:Link
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Teams[edit]

Eastern Europe

Western Europe

North America

Asia




Note:

Coverage[edit]

Streams[edit]

Commentators[edit]

English[edit]

Luminous
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David Zhang
Origin: United States United States
Language: United Kingdom English
Web page
Shaneomad
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Origin: Ireland Ireland
Language: United Kingdom English
Web page
Draskyl
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Andy Stiles
Origin: United States United States
Language: United Kingdom English
Web page
Wagamama
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Niklas Högström
Origin: Sweden Sweden
Language: United Kingdom English
Web page




Russian[edit]

v1lat
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Vitalii Volochay
Origin: Ukraine Ukraine
Language: Russia Russian
Web page
Adekvat
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Origin: Russia Russia
Language: Russia Russian
Web page





Results[edit]

Regional Groups[edit]

Eastern Europe[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
L
Pts
Notes
1 Russia Team Empire 9 9 0 27


2 Russia Virtus.pro Polar 9 5 4 15


3 Russia Virtus.pro 9 4 5 12


4 Kazakhstan XGame.kz 9 0 9 0


Asia[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
L
Pts
Notes
1 China Invictus Gaming 9 7 2 21


2 China LGD Gaming 9 6 3 18


3 South Korea Rave 9 4 5 12


4 South Korea MVP Phoenix 9 1 8 3


America[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
L
Pts
Notes
1 World Cloud9 9 8 1 24


2 United States Evil Geniuses 9 7 2 21


3 United States Sneaky Nyx Assassins 9 2 7 6


4 United States CompLexity Gaming 9 1 8 3


Western Europe[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
L
Pts
Notes
1 Europe Team Tinker 9 8 1 24


2 Finland 4 Anchors + Sea Captain 9 5 4 15


3 Sweden Alliance 9 4 5 12


4 Europe Fnatic 9 1 8 3


        Russia Team Empire had to pull out of the tournament because of internal issues and was replaced in the Studio Matches with Russia Virtus.pro
        China Invictus Gaming and China LGD Gaming had to pull out of the tournament because of troubles with Visas and were replaced with South Korea MVP Phoenix and Sweden Alliance

Studio Matches[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
L
Pts
Notes
1 World Cloud9 14 10 4 30


2 United States Evil Geniuses 14 10 4 30


3 Europe Team Tinker 14 8 6 24


4 Finland 4 Anchors + Sea Captain 14 7 7 21


5 Russia Virtus.pro Polar 14 6 8 18


6 Russia Virtus.pro 14 6 8 18


7 South Korea MVP Phoenix 14 5 9 15


8 Sweden Alliance 14 4 10 12


Playoffs[edit]

Day 1[edit]

  Semifinals Finals
             
  Europe Team Tinker 0
  Russia Virtus.pro 1
  Russia Virtus.pro 1
  Russia Virtus.pro Polar 2
  Finland 4 Anchors + Sea Captain 0
  Russia Virtus.pro Polar 1
  Round 1 Round 2
             
  Europe Team Tinker 0
  Europe Team Tinker 2
  Russia Virtus.pro 2
  Finland 4 Anchors + Sea Captain 0

Days 2-3[edit]

  Semifinals Finals
             
  World Cloud9 0
  Russia Virtus.pro 2
  Russia Virtus.pro 0
  United States Evil Geniuses 2
  United States Evil Geniuses 2
  Russia Virtus.pro Polar 0
  Round 1 Round 2
             
  World Cloud9 3
  World Cloud9 2
  Russia Virtus.pro 2
  Russia Virtus.pro Polar 0
     
   United States Evil Geniuses 3
   World Cloud9 1