MOBAFire Challenger Series Season 1 Playoffs
|Overview||Season 1||Season 2||Season 3||Season 4|
Season 1 Playoffs
The Gamers Network
Tower Dive TV
|Prize Pool||USD 10,000|
The MOBAFire Challenger Series (MCS) was created to provide an arena for pro-am, or sub LCS, teams to compete for prizes and earn experience playing against other highly skilled teams to help prepare for competing in the LCS. Teams qualify or are invited to play in each season of the MCS. 4 seasons are played each year with playoffs for each season. The top 8 teams keep their spot for the following season unless they withdraw voluntarily (hopefully because they won a spot in the LCS).
The MCS was started as a collaborative effort between industry veterans including Team Tempest and MOBAFire. Team Tempest management brings years of experience in competitive League of Legends and professional production staff while MOBAFire provides technical expertise, sponsors and a massive audience of League of Legends fans.
- Matches are Best of 3
- Single elimination
|Place||Prize (USD)||≈Prize (EUR)||Seed||Team|
|$ 5,500||€ 4,134.77||-||compLexity Gaming|
|$ 2,500||€ 1,879.44||-||Napkins in Disguise|
|$ 1,250||€ 939.72||-||Curse Academy|
|$ 750||€ 563.83||-||To Be Determined|
|5th||5x Fatal1ty Power Supplies||-||-||COGnitive Gaming|
|6th||5x Death Adders or Taipans||-||-||New World Eclipse|
|7-8th||-||-||Qualify for MCS Season 2||Infinite Odds|
- Conversion Date: 2013-09-11
|coL Acad||0||3rd place match|
|7th/8th Place||5th Place|
- 1 Gold Gaming LA dropped out of the MCS Playoffs giving their spot to the 9th place team, Infinite Odds.
- 2 Napkins in Disguise (Formerly Denial eSports.West) left the organization halfway through the tournament.
- 3 Infinite Odds forfeited their match against New World Eclipse.
- 4 New World Eclipse forfeited their match against Cognitive Gaming.
Schedule & VODs