Azubu The Champions Summer 2012
Tournament Featured by Vanille 2 years, 11 months ago

Not long after OnGameNet's Azubu The Champions Spring, the Championship for the summer has already been announced with yet again an astonishing prize pool and line-up of teams. 

picture courtesy of OnGameNet 

Recently we witnessed the spectacular Grand Final of the OnGameNet Spring Championship between the two brother teams of  Maximum Impact Gaming.  MiG.Blaze quickly took down  MiG.Frost in a best of 5 series with a score of 3-0.The event was the first to hold a prizepool above $100,000 in the League of Legends scene, with the winner taking home an astonishing $88,000. A lot of line-up changes in the Korea took place shortly after the Spring Championship, so we will have to wait and see which team comes out strongest!
Azubu LoL The Champions Summer 2012 will feature teams invited from all the League of Legends scenes across the globe, completed by teams that join through the qualifiers. With a prize pool of $129,000, a lot of money, fame and prestige is on the line. The winner takes home $43,300, which is yet again a huge amount of money. 

Round of 16 schedule

Group A

 Azubu Blaze
 NaJin Shield
 World Elite.GIGABYTE

Group A schedule

July 4th

06:30 EST / 19:30 KST (GMT +9)

 Azubu Blaze vs  GJR 


07:30 EST / 20:30 KST (GMT +9)

 World Elite.GIGABYTE vs  NaJin Shield


08:30 EST / 21:30 KST (GMT +9)

 World Elite.GIGABYTE vs  GJR 


July 6th

06:30 EST / 19:30 KST (GMT +9)

 Azubu Blaze vs  NaJin Shield


07:30 EST / 20:30 KST (GMT +9)

 GJR vs  NaJin Shield


Group B 

 Azubu Frost
 NaJin Sword


Group C

 Natus Vincere
 Xenics Storm


Group D

 Counter Logic Gaming
 Counter Logic Gaming
 LG-IM (Incredible Miracle)
 MVP Blue



Want to tune in to watch the qualifiers? You can find the English shoutcasted stream on Twitch.


Announced Teams


Rest of World


Top Four Spring 2012


Through Qualifiers


 Counter Logic Gaming
 team Dignitas
 World Elite 
 Natus Vincere




 Xenics Storm
 Team OP




 NaJin Shield
 MVP Blue
 NaJin Sword




  • Eight teams seeded - Top four teams from The Champions Spring 2012 and four teams from North America/Europe
  • Eight teams through qualifiers
  • Round of 16 is played in four groups containing four teams each
  • Group stage games are Best-of-One
  • Two initial games are played in the group stage
  • The winners of those games play each other, as well as for the losers. Followed up by a "Grand Final" of each group and a "Losers" game to determine the placings and which teams advance to the next round 
  • Remaining eight teams will advance to the play offs
  • The quarter finals and the third-place match are played as Best-of-Three
  • The semi finals and the Grand Finals are played as Best-of-Five
  • In all BO3 and BO5 games the last game is blind pick and the others are all draft pick mode. 

Prize pool



Source OnGameNet


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BuGfi5h 2 years, 10 months ago
The prize pool is really wierd here. At the bottom you write the Prize Pool is 86,600$ but in your text it´s 129000$ and 43300 for the first.
Vanille 2 years, 10 months ago
The prize pool is $43,300 for the first place. I don't know who keeps editing it LOL.
Kaiwei 2 years, 10 months ago
The winner will now take home 100m KRW which is about 86k usd, its was updated on the official site. Cheers.
Spoon2Eye 2 years, 11 months ago
What do you guys think of this... Say Prime losses first three matches, and their last match is against EU and EU needs to win to go on... As a smart company move does Prime let EU win to secure a CLG team in the Round of 8? Just wondering what the communities view is on this. Or another scenario... Say EU is 3-0 going into final match and Prime is 2-1, if giving the win to Prime secures 2 teams into round of 8 does CLG do it? Is this wrong or is that the upside of having two teams in a tourney. I guess this would be like in racing when a team driver helps another driver secure circuit cup points or a victory even sometimes, the ole "Shake n' Bake" from Talladega Nights! lol
Shadowska 2 years, 11 months ago
Looks like some upsets to come!
V3ndettka 2 years, 11 months ago
CLG eu and CLG na in same group >_> source:
itsKarma 2 years, 11 months ago
Is RoMg Iranian? Because it looks like the flag of Iran. The OGN website says they are Korean though. And their names are Korean. I suppose they can be Korean Iranian...but I doubt it.
Jesoy 2 years, 11 months ago
I think they are just Korean, and there was also just one RoMg team. Najin Sword qualified against Relive
Jesoy 2 years, 11 months ago
Already wrote it under another article but probably here it is better. MiG Blaze and MiG Frost are now Azubu Blaze and Azubu Frost because MiG have been picked up by Azubu.
yonex_X 2 years, 11 months ago
yes!!! Pentalift =D
Shadowska 2 years, 11 months ago
LOL @RoMg, first ever middle eastern LoL team to participate in a large tourney?
Desiire 2 years, 11 months ago
I thought they were Korean as it was displayed somewhere else that they were Korean.
lienliu040999 2 years, 11 months ago
BoJamz 2 years, 11 months ago
Also, MVP red and blue? 2 RoMG's..

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