Due to severe illness of a player and unwillingness to play with a standin VP decided to pull out of i-League. Since there is too little time to apply for visas and travel to China, unfortunaly a European replacement wasn't possible, which lead to the decision to grant the last spot to a Chinese team - HGT. This is another blow to the tournament after both Cloud 9 and HellRaisers decided to skip this event. You can read more about it here and here.
The tournament is scheduled to start at the 1st of January and and will last for nine days. The system is a double elimination bracket with all matches being played in a best of three format.
No official streams have yet been announced but you can keep an eye on our i-League Coverage page as all the available informations are being updated there.
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