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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
    28 KB (3,777 words) - 19:28, August 7, 2018
  • ...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
    7 KB (1,095 words) - 17:18, April 16, 2017
  • ...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
    9 KB (1,471 words) - 00:28, March 1, 2015
  • ...'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
    4 KB (579 words) - 05:52, May 20, 2017
  • ...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
    6 KB (992 words) - 02:27, February 23, 2016
  • ...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)
    8 KB (1,189 words) - 20:06, April 21, 2016
  • ...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.
    22 KB (3,786 words) - 21:50, June 5, 2016
  • ...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.
    4 KB (588 words) - 22:59, February 20, 2016
  • ...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:
    27 KB (4,506 words) - 23:29, April 11, 2017
  • ...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)
    9 KB (1,532 words) - 20:52, February 24, 2016
  • ...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.
    46 KB (7,907 words) - 21:01, May 8, 2016
  • ...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:
    28 KB (4,518 words) - 18:56, October 21, 2017
  • ...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]].
    24 KB (3,945 words) - 02:25, January 15, 2018
  • ...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:
    27 KB (4,506 words) - 23:48, October 30, 2017
  • ...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:
    26 KB (4,182 words) - 02:37, January 15, 2018
  • ...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:
    27 KB (4,448 words) - 01:56, January 16, 2018
  • }}{{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'''"
    11 KB (1,534 words) - 15:11, October 8, 2019
  • ...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
    16 KB (2,205 words) - 09:14, November 11, 2018
  • ...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.
    34 KB (5,508 words) - 03:21, January 27, 2018
  • }}[[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]].
    10 KB (1,402 words) - 15:13, October 8, 2019

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