Chinese “Return of the Legends” tournament will feature Dyrus, Alex Ich, Genja, Dandy, Kid, and other retired League players

UPDATE: In an earlier version of this article, we claimed that Scarra was going to the tournament, as he was listed as one of the players by the tournament organizers. However, according to sources close to the player, Scarra will not attend this event, as the claim of the tournament organizer regarding his attendance is false.

From the 24th to the 26th of August, the e-Sports & Music Festival will commence in Hong Kong. As part of the event, three tournaments will be held; one in CS:GO, PUBG, and League of Legends respectively.

According to internal documents obtained by The Shotcaller, the League of Legends tournament will be titled “Return of the Legends 2018” and will feature two teams competing for HK$100,000. Both of the teams are made up of retired players from their respective regions that have obtained legendary status within the League community.

 

Team East will feature the following players:

Gogoing

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Dandy

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Westdoor (Note: While Westdoor previously stepped down from competitive play, he’s currently competing once again with Ahq e-Sports Club in the LMS Summer Split)

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Bebe

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Dade

Dade
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Kid

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Note: At the time of the publication of this article, The Shotcaller has been unable to identify one of the seven members of Team East.

Team West will feature the following players:

Dyrus

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Alex Ich

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Genja

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Lemonation

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Snoopeh

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Candypanda

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Darius Matuschak

Darius is an esports journalist trying to nurture esports culture whenever possible. He got into esports while finishing his Bachelor in Journalism, and has been a regular EU LCS attendee since January 2017.

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