League of Legends Rampage 2012 a huge success
GarenaPH, together with sponsors Razer, ECS and Powercolor and PLDT Alpha Enterprise, held the largest League of Legends PH event of the year at the SM Megamall Megatrade Hall 3. The event was jampacked with Summoners from all over the Philippines.
Sixteen teams battled it out for the last chance to be part of the Season Two National Finals. The winning team will represent the Philippines for the SEA Regional Finals to be held in Vietnam.
Summoners also got the chance to play in an ARAM (All Random, All Mid) match with the Philippines’ official e-Sports team for League of Legends, the Manila Aguilas and a chance to take home more LoL Freebies. The top 3 teams that conquered the Wild Card Qualifier last Saturday were DK, Justice and Gods II.
Here are the top 8 League of Legends teams:
- Manila Aguilas – The Garena sponsored eSports team of the Philippines.
- Backdoor Confessionals and Bornok n’ Friends, who qualified via the VISMIN Online Qualifier.
- Team WILD and NosReDieRamus, who qualified via Luzon NCR Qualifier (August 5, 2012).
- DK, Justice, Gods II, who were the Top 3 from Saturday’s wild card qualifier.
Team WILD rose above the 8 teams and will be representing the country in the Southeast Asia Qualifying Stage to be held in Vietnam, in which they’ll have the chance to represent SEA and will be joining NA, Europe, Taiwan, China and Korea to have a shot at the $2 million Season 2 League of Legends World Championship. Congratulations Team WILD.
There’s also the League of Legends Cosplay Clash which 40+ cosplayers joined. First prize gets Php10,000 and the second and third takes home Php5,000 and Php3,000, respectively. The cosplays were one of the best cosplays I’ve seen so far in the League of Legends circle. Plus there were surprise guests from Korea’s top cosplay group, CSL.
League of Legends Rampage 2012 was a real success and hopefully, will attract more of Demacia’s summoners next time around, and will be held at bigger events place since Megatrade Hall 3 can barely hold the number of attendees this year.