June is turning out to be a pretty busy month for the compLexity Academy League of Legends squad. This past weekend they took home second place in the ESL Go4LoL May Monthly Finals, falling to Denial eSports in the finals. In addition to Go4LoL, the CA.LoL team has been invited to play in the MOBAFire Challenger Series, a newly announced tournament created by MOBAFire and Pulse eSports that focuses on both professional teams as well as amateurs.
According to MOBAFire:
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 series of the MCS. 4 Series are played each year with playoffs for each series. The top 6 teams keep their spot for the following series unless they withdraw voluntarily (hopefully because they won a spot in the LCS).
The other teams invited to MCS include: New World Eclipse, The Salad Bar, Bozo Bears, Reality Check Gaming, Exertus Vigor, Gold Gaming LA, Team Summon, Denial eSports, FXOpen, compLexity (non-Academy), Wazabi Gaming, Team Tower Dive, and Pulse eSports.
The MCS is set to start early July. Their website hasn’t launched yet, but as soon as it does expect to see a link added to this post. Be sure to check out the matches in July to see both CA.LoL and compLexity Gaming take on some of the best teams around.