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100 Thieves Shake Up Their League of Legends Roster With Big Trade

Published: 2/Jul/2018 21:45 Updated: 26/Jul/2018 12:06

by Vincent Genova

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North American esports organization 100 Thieves has shaken up their League of Legends roster in a major way.

The top seeded team from the Spring Split has traded William ‘Meteos’ Hartman to Flyquest in exchange for Andy ‘AnDa’ Hoang.

100 Thieves finished first in the Spring Split before losing in the playoff Grand Finals against Team Liquid. It came as a shock when they came out of the gates with a disappointing 0-2 start to the Summer Split.

Meteos was at the heart of the issue in the Jungler role for the slow starting 100 Thieves squad, but they turned things around enough to beat Clutch and OpTic on the way to an undefeated Week 3 and a 4-2 record overall.

The uptick in performance was not enough to convince the team a change wasn’t needed however, and Meteos was the one to be moved.

Jacob Wolf of ESPN was first to break the trade, before Meteos himself confirmed the news with a tweet of his own. Meteos also stated he has no interest in playing for an academy team, so his future is still up in the air.

Flyquest’s lineup will be unchanged, since AnDa was an academy prospect for them. 100 Thieves, however, will need to replace the hole left by Meteos eventually.

For now, Levi will jump up from the academy to take on the Jungler spot. But with 100T making the move for AnDa with an eye on the future, he may find himself in the lineup soon.

100 Thieves will be in action next on July 14th when they take on Team SoloMid in Week 4 of the Summer Split, while FlyQuest, with or without Meteos, squares off against Cloud9.

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Valorant Champions Tour Challengers Global hub: Stream, schedule, results

Published: 25/Jan/2021 21:30 Updated: 25/Jan/2021 21:32

by Lauren Bergin

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Valorant Champions Tour is underway, with teams competing around the world! Here’s the stream, schedule for Challengers & Masters events in each region.

Valorant Champions Tour: Format

Valorant Champions Tour will pit teams from across the globe against each other. We’ll finally be able to see Vision Strikers take on 100 Thieves, or G2 Esports go toe-to-toe with Absolute JUPITER? But first, teams have to battle through their respective regional events (Challengers) to qualify for Masters events.

The objective? To qualify for the end-of-year Valorant Champions event, which will crown one global champion for the first time in the esport’s history. Our detailed Champion Tour explainer covers exactly how the circuit works, but as an overview:

  • Teams will battle through three separate stages throughout the year
  • Each stage is comprised of three Challenger events, which feed into one Masters event
  • Masters events are where teams earn points to qualify for the Champions event
  • 16 of the world’s best will go head-to-head in Valorant Champions to determine Future Earth’s first global champ!
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Teams will be looking to prove their worth at First Strike, before the Valorant Champions Tour gets underway in 2021.

Valorant Champions Tour: Challengers: Stream

All of the Challengers action from across the globe can be watched via Valorant’s official Twitch channel, which we’ve embedded here.

 

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Europe Stage 1: Challengers & Masters – Schedule & Results

  • Challengers 1: February 4-7
  • Challengers 2: TBA
  • Challengers 3: TBA
  • Masters: TBA

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NA Stage 1: Challengers & Masters – Schedule & Results

  • Challengers 1: February 4-7
  • Challengers 2: February 18-21
  • Challengers 3: March 4-7
  • Masters: March 13-21

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Korea Stage 1: Challengers & Masters – Schedule & Results

  • Challengers 1: February 4-7
  • Challengers 2: February 18-21
  • Challengers 3: March 4-7
  • Masters: TBA

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Brazil Stage 1: Challengers & Masters – Schedule & Results

  • Challengers 1: January 30 – February 7
  • Challengers 2: February 13-21
  • Challengers 3: February 27 – March 6
  • Masters: March 19-21

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Japan Stage 1: Challengers & Masters – Schedule & Results

  • Challengers 1: February 1
  • Challengers 2: TBA
  • Challengers 3: TBA
  • Masters: TBA

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South East Asia Stage 1: Challengers & Masters – Schedule & Results

  • Challengers 1: February 5-7
  • Challengers 2
    • Thailand, Malaysia & Singapore, Indonesia, Hong Kong & Taiwan: February 26-28
    • Philippines: February 19-21
  • Challengers 3
    • Thailand, Malaysia & Singapore, Indonesia, Hong Kong & Taiwan: March 12-14
    • Philippines: March 5-7
  • Masters: March 2021

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Latin America Stage 1: Challengers & Masters – Schedule & Results

  • Challengers 1: January 26-31
  • Challengers 2: February 9-14
  • Challengers 3: February 23-28
  • Masters: March 2021