SL iLeague StarSeries S3 Talent for both the English and Russian broadcast has been released. Chock full of prominent presence and zest, both streams are expected to bring top notch analysis and entertainment to viewers around the world. Jake “SirActionSlacks” Kanner is sure to lighten things up on the English stream, while Gleb “Funn1k” Lipatnikov is a rare treat for the Russian audience. The LAN finals are to be held February 23-26 in Shanghai China. Schedule and details will be forthcoming.
SL iLeague StarSeries S3 Talent list has been released featuring the top and most beloved personalities in the scene.
Broadcast live from location in China – both the English and Russian stream will bring forth entertaining commentary and analysis besides all of the action.
Eight teams will compete in the third iteration of the joint series between Starladder and iLeague.
The LAN finals are to be held February 23-26 in Shanghai China at the International Gymnastics Center with eight teams competing for the $300,000 prize pool.
The International Gymnastics Center was built in 1997 and is 24,900 square meters to accommodate up to 4,000 viewers.
- Direct invites: 2 teams – Wings Gaming/OG
- China: 2 qualified teams – VGJ/iG.Vitality
- Europe: 2 qualified teams – Team Liquid/Team Secret
- America: 1 qualified team – Digital Chaos
- South East Asia: 1 qualified team- TnC Pro
SL iLeague StarSeries S3 Talent: English
- David “GoDz” Parker
- Jorien “Sheever” van der Heijden
- Owen “ODPixel” Davies
- Ben “Merlini” Wu
- Ioannis “Fogged” Loucas
- Gabriel “Lyrical” Cruz
- Jake “SirActionSlacks” Kanner
- Chan “WinteR” Litt Binn
English stream will be presented live from HERE
SL iLeague StarSeries S3 Talent: Russian
- Roman “CaspeRRR” Lepokhin
- Dmitry “Droog” Chumachenko
- Alexey “Bafik” Bafadarov
- Oleg “Feaver” Skarzhinsky
- Anton “Mob5ter” Erokhin
- Kirill “Sunlight” Kachinsky
- Vladislav “Blowyourbrain” Morozyuk
- Gleb “Funn1k” Lipatnikov
Russian stream will be broadcast live from HERE