A total of 28 League of Legends teams have risen above the rest in the Alaxan League of Unstoppables tournament. The big inter-city LoL event which began on the 3rd of December last year is ready to head into it's 2nd and final phase. The format will be Groupstage to Double Eliminations. Top 2 of each group will move on to the double elims. The 28 teams will be divided into 4 Groups of 7 teams.
The competitors will battle it out in a double-eliminations bracket until a final top 3 teams are left in the running for the lion's cut of the tournament's prize pool. The first round of the final playoffs phase will begin this saturday, the 14th of January. The games will be played online and streamed by the official MineskiTV talents on twitch.tv/awittv.
Step Into the Arena
One of the most noteworthy participants in the Playoffs round of the Alaxan League of Unstoppables is the amateur LoL team Acion Arena. The team has yet to make it into Garena's Pro Gaming Series league, but they made it so far as to win 2nd place in the 8th season of the Mineski Pro Gaming League's LoL tournament. The team also won silver place in the 2016 IeSF World Championship at Jakarta, Indonesia.
Other notable teams in the tournament include Wargods, Pacific Esports, & G1 ESPORTS. The participation of these teams is sure to make the playoffs stage more exciting.
The last stage of the tournament will take place in the Garena offices at Bonifacio Global City where the top 3 teams will do battle live. The teams from outside Metro Manila that make it to the final round will have all their transportation expenses covered by the organizers. The prize pool breakdown is as follows:
Prize Pool Breakdown
- Champion : 80,000PHP
- First Runner Up: 20,000PHP
- Second Runner Up: 10,000PHP