On the 6th of December, all eyes will be on the SAP Center in San Jose as the latest instalment of Intel Extreme Masters action kicks off. With glory, a trophy and prize money all up for grabs, this will definitely be one to watch if you’re an esports fan.
League of Legends
On the Tuesday the 28th of October we will be announcing the names of two top LCS teams who have already been invited to take part in the Intel Extreme Masters San Jose proceedings, with voting to kick off for two additional LCS teams (one from the Europe and one from North America) via the Intel Extreme Masters website the day after (the 29th of October).
In addition to this, two South American teams, one Brazilian and one Latin American, will also be joining the action, with the qualifying matches to take place on October the 25th and 26th and November the 22nd respectively.
The stakes for all six teams are high as they are competing not only for honor and prize money but also the opportunity to travel to the Intel Extreme Masters World Championship, where they will face off against the top finishers of the European and Asian stops.
Along with the cream of the League of Legends crop, Intel Extreme Masters San Jose will also see some of the world’s best StarCraft II players compete, with forGG, VortiX, Rain and herO all having already qualified for the event.
On Tuesday the 28th of October, a limited number of discounted Early Bird tickets will released, with prices set to increase when full price tickets go on general sale a week later. Premium tickets will also be available from the 28th of October, so be sure to grab yours if you want a truly VIP experience at San Jose.
We hope to see you at San Jose!