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  • ...finish off the official eSports season during January 7-10, 2016. The best teams from North America, Europe, China, Oceania, Brazil and Latin America compet ...finish off the official eSports season during January 7-10, 2016. The best teams from North America, Europe, China, Oceania, Brazil and Latin America compet
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  • ...American teams a spot in the '''2017 SPL Spring Split'''. The bottom three teams will go to the '''Challenger Circuit''' *Six teams will be attending
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  • ...MITE Pro League Season 2 Spring Qualifiers last three weeks and grant four teams spots in the SPL Spring Split. * Open to all teams (but worlds teams) with 8 teams soft seeded
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  • ...'SMITE Pro League 2017 Relegations''' will give the top two North American teams a spot in the '''2017 SPL Summer Split'''. The bottom four will go to the ' * Four teams attend
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  • ...ITE Pro League Season 2 Summer Qualifiers''' last two weeks and grant four teams spots in the SPL Summer Split. * Expanding the SMITE Pro League from 6 to 8 teams
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  • ...MITE Pro League Season 3 Spring Relegations last three weeks and grant two teams a spots in the Season 3 SPL Spring Split. * Open to all teams (but pre-qualified SPL teams)
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  • ...can Spring Challenger Cup''' is a series of weekly tournaments open to all teams that did not qualify for the [[SMITE Pro League/Season 3/North America/Spri * 4 weeks of a single elimination tournament where teams earn points based on their placing.
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  • ...he [[SMITE Pro League/Season 1/North America/Regular Season|Season 1 North American SMITE Pro League]] plus the two qualified from the '''Regional Play-ins'''. ...he [[SMITE Pro League/Season 1/North America/Regular Season|Season 1 North American SMITE Pro League]] get a pass through to the Semi-Finals.
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  • ...American teams a spot in the '''2017 SPL Spring Split'''. The bottom three teams will go to the '''Challenger Circuit'''--> $TBD {{Abbr|USD|US Dollar}} is spread among the teams as follows:
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  • ...MITE Pro League Season 3 Spring Relegations last three weeks and grant two teams a spots in the Season 3 SPL Spring Split. * Open to all teams (but pre-qualified SPL teams)
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  • ...E Console League Season 3 Summer Qualifiers last seven weeks and grant six teams a spot in the Season 3 SCL Summer Split. * 6 weeks of Single Elimination tournaments where teams earn points based on their placing.
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  • ...American teams a spot in the '''2017 SPL Spring Split'''. The bottom three teams will go to the '''Challenger Circuit'''--> $TBD {{Abbr|USD|US Dollar}} is spread among the teams as follows:
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  • ...American teams a spot in the '''2017 SPL Spring Split'''. The bottom three teams will go to the '''Challenger Circuit'''--> **Six teams all play each other once (Best of One) with the top 2 teams securing their spot as wildcards at [[SMITE World Championship 2018]].
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  • ...American teams a spot in the '''2017 SPL Spring Split'''. The bottom three teams will go to the '''Challenger Circuit'''--> $TBD {{Abbr|USD|US Dollar}} is spread among the teams as follows:
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  • ...American teams a spot in the '''2017 SPL Spring Split'''. The bottom three teams will go to the '''Challenger Circuit'''--> $TBD {{Abbr|USD|US Dollar}} is spread among the teams as follows:
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  • ...American teams a spot in the '''2017 SPL Spring Split'''. The bottom three teams will go to the '''Challenger Circuit'''--> $TBD {{Abbr|USD|US Dollar}} is spread among the teams as follows:
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  • }}{{TOCRWI}}[[Category:North American Teams]] ...13, '''Denial eSports''' is an American gaming organization. It is home to teams in SMITE, Call of Duty, Halo, DOTA as well as CS:GO. Robby "'''ringokid'''"
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  • ...smite, smite world championship 2019 qualifiers smite,swc 2019 qualifiers teams, swc 2019 qualifiers schedule,swc 2019 qualifiers stats,swc 2019 qualifiers ...lacement tournament part of the 2019 Smite World Championship Cycle, where teams will qualify to the SWC 2019. Check out the full schedule, standings, resul
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  • ...American teams a spot in the '''2017 SPL Spring Split'''. The bottom three teams will go to the '''Challenger Circuit'''--> Final split of season 4 for the teams battling it out in North America.
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  • }}[[Category:North American Teams]] ...ts main lineup, which has been dubbed '''COGnitive Prime'''. For the other teams, see [[COGnitive Red]], [[COGnitive Forge]] and [[COGnitive EU]].
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  • ...pring Split Playoffs. The top 2 teams from both the European and the North American SPL Season 2 Spring Splits are invited to the Hi-Rez Studios in Alpharetta, * The top 2 teams from the European and North American SPL Season 2 Spring Split are invited
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  • ...ropean]] and [[SMITE_Pro_League/Season_2/North_America/Summer_Season|North American]] SPL Season 2 Summer Split. The top 3 from both regions come together in A * The top 3 teams from the European and North American Season 2 SPL Summer Split are invited
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  • |description=Team Dignitas is an Anglo-American multi-gaming esports team, currently competing in professional Smite. Check }}[[Category:European Teams]]
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  • The '''North Pro League''' is a closed league and part of the Latin American 2015 SMITE Season. ** Teams receive 10 points for each series win
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  • The '''South Pro League''' is a closed league and part of the Latin American 2015 SMITE Season. ** Teams receive 10 points for each series win
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  • ...American teams a spot in the '''2017 SPL Spring Split'''. The bottom three teams will go to the '''Challenger Circuit'''--> * Nine Teams Invited
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  • ...ITE Pro League Season 2 Spring Split will last for five weeks. The top two teams will be invited to Atlanta for the [[SMITE Pro League/Season 2/Multi-Region * Top 6 teams, 2 from [[SMITE World Championship 2015|Worlds]] and 4 from [[SMITE Pro Lea
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  • ...North American SMITE Pro League Season 1 lasted eight weeks. The top four teams were invited to Atlanta for the [[SMITE_Pro_League/Season_1/North_America/R * 6 teams (4 from Kick-Off LAN, 2 from Play-Ins).
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  • ...North American SMITE Pro League Season 1 lasted eight weeks. The top four teams were invited to Atlanta for the [[SMITE_Pro_League/Season_1/Europe/Regional * 6 teams (4 from Kick-Off LAN, 2 from Play-Ins).
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  • ...American teams a spot in the '''2017 SPL Spring Split'''. The bottom three teams will go to the '''Challenger Circuit'''--> $TBD {{Abbr|USD|US Dollar}} is spread among the teams as follows:
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  • ...18 fall, spl na fall 2018, spl fall, spl smite, spl fall smite,spl na fall teams, spl na fall schedule,spl na fall stats,spl na fall rivals results, spl sea ...'Season 5 SPL NA Fall Split''' is a weekly league where six north american teams will compete to qualify for [[SMITE World Championship 2019]].
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  • }}{{TOCRWI}}[[Category:North American Team]] ...eam formed in February 2015. It was made up of former members of the North American [[Team Dignitas]] squad. In December 2015, the roster underwent a major ove
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  • '''AFK Gaming''' is an American SMITE team. It was created from {{bl|Melior Morior}} renaming on March 18th ...mance, dropping only a single game to TSM as they handily defeated the top teams from NA and EU. With the victory, AFK qualified for [[SMITE Masters Sao Pau
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  • |description=Incon (Riley Unzelman) is an American SMITE player, currently playing support for Flash Point eSports. Check out }}[[Category:North American Player]]
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  • '''A Mighty Storm''' was a North American SMITE team. ...l Challenger-level teams and contesting some of the premier North American teams. This included beating [[COGnitive Red]] in tournament, later known as [[Te
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  • |description=Spacestation is an American multi-gaming esports team, currently competing in professional Smite. Check ...n introduction to the organization and the games that the organization has teams/players in. Provide introductory information on the team, including when/ho
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  • |description=Flash Point eSports is an American multi-gaming esports team, currently competing in professional Smite. Check ...rganization adds SMITE to their already impressive line of teams, with the teams consisting of Counter Strike, League of Legends, Paladins, Super Smash Bros
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  • }}{{TOCRWI}}[[Category:European Teams]] ...eeded [[Oh My God|OMG]], Titan was knocked into the loser's bracket by the American 2nd seeded [[COGnitive Gaming|COGnitive Prime]]. Entering the knockout stag
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  • The '''Season 2 North American Regional Championship''' is part of North America's road to the [[SMITE Wor * Six teams qualify from the [[SMITE_Pro_League/Season_2/North_America/Fall_Season| NA
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  • ...luck to them! The team in their early decades, was among the greatest NFL teams. <br> The Benefits of Bengals Jerseys <br>Girls are also keeping tabs on f
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  • ...American Smite Pro League season. Six teams battle it out to see which two teams will represent in the [[2018 SPL Summer Finals]]. * Top two teams represent in [[2018 SPL Summer Finals]]
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  • '''In Memory of Gabe''' is a North American SMITE team. ...as [[Flash Point eSports]] is [[Hurriwind]], a player who has been on many teams since his debut with '''Fat Chunks'''. He is the team's Mid laner. Finally,
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  • '''Sanguine Esports''' is a North American eSports organization that has a European SMITE team. ...ican Challenger Scene. Considered, at the time, to be one of the strongest teams going into the Challenger cup after winning first place in both the Spring
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  • Neil "'''NeiruMah'''" Mah is a North American SMITE player. He is currently the captain and Support for [[Trifecta]].
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  • |description=PolarBearMike (Michael Heiss) is an American SMITE player, currently playing support for Team Rival. Check out PolarBear Michael "'''PolarBearMike'''" Heiss is an American SMITE player. He is currently playing support on [[Team Rival]]
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  • |description=splyce is a North American multi-gaming esports team, currently competing in professional Smite. Check '''Splyce''' is a North American eSports organization with teams in Call of Duty, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, League of Legends, Halo,
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  • |description=BaRRaCCuDDa (John Salter) is an American SMITE player, currently playing hunter for SpaceStation Gaming. Check out B John "'''BaRRaCCuDDa'''" Salter is an American SMITE player. He is currently playing hunter for [[SpaceStation Gaming]].
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  • David "'''Allied'''" Hance was an American SMITE player and caster for Hi-Rez studios. Allied has been on numerous different teams during his career, including teams like [[Root Gaming]], [[SNIPE Gaming]], [[COGnitive Gaming]] and [[compLexi
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  • The North American SMITE Pro League Season 2 Summer Split will last for seven weeks. * 8 teams play (4 from [[SMITE Pro League/Season 2/North_America/Spring_Season|Spring
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  • The North American SMITE Pro League Season are usually divided into three seasons: Spring, Sum *8 Teams tournament(Top 4 from [[SMITE_Pro_League/Season_2/North_America/Spring_Seas
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  • |description=SMITE Combine Season 2019 is a weekly tournament where teams can get prizing and even a spot for the SML. Check out the full schedule, s '''SMITE Combine Season 2019''' is a weekly tournament where teams can get prizing and even a spot for the SML.
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  • ...n introduction to the organization and the games that the organization has teams/players in. Provide introductory information on the team, including when/ho ...s a North American based esports organization which, apart from Smite, has teams in different games such as Gears of War or PUBG.
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  • |description=Counter Logic Gaming is an American multi-gaming esports team, currently competing in professional Smite. Check ...scene, many speculated that Counter Logic Gaming would be among the newest teams to join the scene. On March 17th, 2018, it was announced that CLG would be
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  • }}[[Category:European Teams]] '''Cloud9''' is a North American eSports Organization. The team currently competes under the name Cloud9 G2A
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  • Samuel Lee "'''Soulshiner'''" Thomas is an American SMITE player. He is currently playing jungle for [[NeilM]]. Soulshiner played on several small teams before he was picked up by [[Hero]] to play on [[Last Resort]] in July 2013
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  • David "'''Smugglinrum'''" Fry II is an American SMITE personality. He is the owner, coach and analyst of [[COGnitive Gaming ...Gaming]] roster and has been acquiring rosters and doing analysis for his teams ever since.
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  • '''Team ReturN''' is an American SMITE team. ..."Next Team" column, put the team the player moved to next(if they switched teams again after leaving this team, leave the information on this page the same)
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  • Derek M. "'''Wubbn'''" Gibson Jr. is an American SMITE player. He is currently playing support for [[Noble eSports]]. ...ed up buying a PC and playing SMITE. After playing ranked and making a few teams with friends, he ended up joining [[Citrus Gaming]] with the likes of [[Sas
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  • Michael "'''Metyankey'''" Fasciano is an American SMITE player. He is currently playing mid for [[Trifecta]]. * His nickname originates from New York's baseball teams Mets and Yankees
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  • |description=Armada is an American multi-gaming esports team, currently competing in professional Smite. Check ...n introduction to the organization and the games that the organization has teams/players in. Provide introductory information on the team, including when/ho
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  • ...American organization based in Pittsburgh. The organization has different teams playing in games such as Fortnite, PUBG, Hearthstone and Call of Duty.
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  • ...playing SMITE in early 2012. He played over 800 ranked games on the North American servers during 2014, finishing in Diamond 1 cursing his 300 ping, even rena ...o Rowe). He filled in for every role in countless scrims playing with many teams. He declined any invitations to join their rosters as he had the intent to
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  • ...militoo age,Emilitoo info,Emilitoo bio, emilitoo hunter, emilito, emilitoo teams, emilitoo plays, emilitoo games, emilitoo adc, emilitoo championships * Has the highest structure damage of any North American or European hunter throughout Season 3.
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  • '''Rize Gaming''' is a British eSports organization formed in 2008. It has teams in Dota 2, Call of Duty, CS:GO and Street Fighter. On January 31th 2016, announced the creation of their North American SMITE Xbox division.<ref name="rizesmitexbox">[http://www.rize.pro/index.ph
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  • ...ion of their sponsor G2A. In addition to their SMITE team, they also field teams in ''Counter Strike: Global Offensive'' and ''Halo 5: Guardians''.
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  • ...f their sponsor G2A. In addition to their SMITE Xbox team, they also field teams in [[SoaR Gaming|SMITE (PC)]], Counter Strike: Global Offensive and Halo 5:
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  • ...an organization that owns an Console SMITE team. The organization also has teams in H1Z1, Rainbow Six Seige, and Gears of War.
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  • '''Team Hopeful''' was an American SMITE team. ...ng, such as [[Garz]] and [[madmanmarc22]], this was one of the anticipated teams of Preseason 3. However after [[Woony Tunes]]' (ex-Cloud9) solo laner [[Bas
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  • ...n team [[Upcoming Stars]]. In addition to SMITE, the organization also has teams in Call of Duty, Counter Strike Global Offensive, and Heroes of the Storm.
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  • ...own as '''PolyJuice'''. The members of the team seemed to move on to other teams or stay teamless.'''TeamRespond''' is currently disbanded.
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  • '''XGN''' is a North American eSports organization. Aside from SMITE Xbox, the team also has divisions fo ...alifying for the [[MLG Pro League]], coming in as one of the bottom seated teams.
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  • }}[[Category:European Teams]] ...]], the European 2nd seed only managed to take a single game off the North American 3rd seed, losing the series 1-3 and dropping down to the 5th place match, w
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  • }}[[Category:North American Team]] ..."Next Team" column, put the team the player moved to next(if they switched teams again after leaving this team, leave the information on this page the same)
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  • ...VII. Throughout his Latin American SMITE career he has played on multiple teams, including [[PZL]], [[Live Gaming]], and [[Team Celerity]].
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  • ...ants to fight for becoming a pro player himself. He was on several smaller teams as a player <ref>http://www.reddit.com/r/SmiteLFM/comments/1odp7q/lfteameu_ * He used to play American Football
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  • Andy "'''elchapoo'''" Leon is an American SMITE player. He is currently without a team. He is also known as '''Elchap During season 2, elchapoo played for PC Challenger Cup teams such as XD Crusaders and [[Hi Five]] which was later sponsored by [[Noble e
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  • June "'''Junipera'''" Kiran is an American SMITE player. She is currently without a team. ...MITE, Junipera played solo queue until she hit Masters and then waited for teams to come to her. She then got an offer to play with [[Noble eSports]] in the
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  • ...al game until he joined [[Team Dignitas]], leaving her to play for amateur teams as hunters or supports. She began streaming on Twitch.tv in December 2014 a ...y serves as coach to the Oceanic region with [[Avant Garde]] and the South American scene with [[Rebirth eSports]].
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