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Riot Games, FunPLus Esports, and Garena has announced that it has merged the League of Legends Master Series (LMS) and the League of Legends Southeast Asia Tour (LST) to form the Pacific Championship Series (PCS) which is set for next year, February 8, 2020.

Teams form the heart of any league, and we’re proud to be partnering with top teams from the former LMS, as well as top esports organizations from throughout Southeast Asia as we launch the PCS. We are focused on working hand-in-hand with teams to grow their fan bases and improve their competitive ability while unlocking additional financial opportunities.

Said Chris Tran, Riot Games Southeast Asia’s Head of Esports

To ensure the strength and sustainability of the league and its associated teams, an extensive, multi-month team vetting process was conducted in accordance with Riot’s global league operations policies. We have invited committed team organizations with responsible financials and a mutual understanding of fan focus.

Said Kevin Pai, CEO FunPlus Esports.

There’s a total of ten (10) that will be participating in the PCS and they are namely:

  • ahq eSports Club (Taipei) – Established in September 2012, ahq is one of the region’s most celebrated esports organizations, having achieved competitive success across a variety of esports titles, while representing the LMS region in multiple World Championships.
  • Alpha Esports (Taipei) – Alpha made its debut during Season 9 of the LMS. With a brand new team roster, Alpha is looking to make a name for itself in the PCS.
  • G-Rex Gaming (Hong Kong) – Owned by Emperor Entertainment Group, G-Rex Gaming is one of Hong Kong’s most respected entertainment enterprises. Despite being a young esports organization, G-Rex represented the LMS at Worlds in 2018.
  • Hong Kong Attitude (Hong Kong) – Founded in 2013, Hong Kong Attitude is considered amongst the top esports organizations in the region and has competed at multiple World Championships, including this year’s event.
  • J Team (Taipei) – J Team debuted during the 2016 LMS Summer Split and has consistently ranked as one of the top teams in the region. They performed incredibly well in 2019, winning the LMS Summer Split and cementing a spot at the World Championship in Europe. J Team is owned by acclaimed musician Jay Chou.
  • Liyab Esports (Manila) – In just a short span of time, Liyab has become synonymous with Filipino esports. Having recently undergone a rebrand and name change (they were formerly known as Mineski), the heart and spirit of the team remain distinctly Filipino and they are hungry for recognition on the regional stage.
  • Nova Esports (Bangkok) – In mobile esports, Nova has won multiple world championships over the years, and is committed to bringing their champion DNA to PCS. With their unique culture and play style, they are set to take on the old guard of professional LoL esports.
  • Resurgence (Singapore) – Established in 2017 with a vision to elevate the Southeast Asian esports scene, Resurgence (RSG) is the largest esports organisation in Singapore.
  • Talon (Hong Kong) – Talon is an esports organisation that has clinched championships across multiple esports titles in Hong Kong, Taiwan, South Korea and Thailand. They are setting their sights on the PCS and are committed to delivering an exhilarating and competitive fan experience.

The 10th team that will join the PCS will be announced sometime next year.

The organizations behind the PCS include Riot Games and FunPlus Esports as co-organizers and operators, and Garena as the publisher of League of Legends in Southeast Asia, Taiwan, and Hong Kong. (Note: FunPlus Esports is an organization that operates esports leagues, operating independently from FunPlus Phoenix: the 2019 LoL World Championship champions).

As part of the approach to shaping the new league, the organizers are adjusting the competitive format. There will be an increase in the number of games (as compared to previous LST seasons), and the league will move to a best-of-one format, with a double elimination season finals – a finals format where fans can rest assured that the top team will represent them on the global stage.

Watching the growth and success of other LoL esports leagues that have embraced Bo1s, we hope that fans will enjoy the high stakes games while knowing their favorite team(s) will play every broadcast day.

Said Chris Tran, Riot Games Southeast Asia’s Head of Esports.

It is important for us to create opportunities for fans to experience competition in person, and we are currently exploring what those opportunities might entail.

Said Kevin Pai, CEO FunPlus Esports.

PCS broadcasts will be available in English, Mandarin, and Thai. Additional information on teams, broadcast platforms, schedule and more via the PCS website launching shortly before season start. For now fans can follow along with the PCS on Facebook.

We hope that in the PCS, fans will rally behind teams as they compete to achieve pride, honor, and competitive success. Join us for the season kickoff on February 8th!

Said Chris Tran, Riot Games Southeast Asia’s Head of Esports.

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