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Streaming Schedules Final Day!

This is it guys the last day of LAN *sad face* but that mean's it's finals day for our eSports Tournaments. Here are our Streaming Scedules for the games. 

CS:GO - Choke Vs CAZ eSports

Our CS:GO Final Starts at 11am and can be viewed on our Twitch Channel

DotA2 - Choke Vs Dae 4 lyf

Our Dota2 Final starts at 9am and can be viewed on our Twitch Channel

LoL - fm-eSports Vs Team Infused

Our League of Legends final starts at 10am and can be viewed on our Twitch Channel

SC2 - Boombox Vs Aicy

Our Starcraft 2 final starts at 11am and can be viewed on our Twitch Channel




Day 2 Streaming Schedule

Day 2 at epic.FIFTEEN and here are our streaming schedules for the day you can watch all our streams from the event at our Twitch Channels.


Twitch Channel 1

  • Choke Gaming Vs fish123 - 11am
  • Lower Bracket Semi-Final - 2pm
  • Upper Bracket Final - 4pm
  • Consolation Final - 9pm

Dota 2

  • Rasta A OWL v DAVE - 11AM
  • DAE 4 LIFE v CHOKE - 3PM

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League of Legends at epic14

League of LegendsAfter a lot of consideration, we can confirm that League of Legends will be included in the epic.FOURTEEN lineup. The numbers for League of Legends have been up and down over recent events. It was our biggest tournament last February, but then with a low turnout in July for various timing reasons.

So we've decided to give it another chance and hope to see the UK LoL community build on previous events and hopefully smash the numbers from last February. We'll be launching with an initial prize pot up to £3000 (subject to team signups) with the opportunity for that to increase depending on partner involvement over the coming months.

epic.FOURTEEN takes place from 19th - 22nd February 2015 at Kettering Conference Centre, Northamptonshire. Tickets are available for just £65 with over 25% of tickets already gone.

GT Omega Boosts League of Legends Prize to £2k Minimum

GT OmegaGT Omega Racing, manufacturers of some really cool racing chairs and cockpits, have joined up with Tesoro to give a huge minimum guaranteed prize of £2,000 for our epic.THIRTEEN League of Legends tournament!

As the biggest tournament at our last event, the League of Legends community really supported epic.LAN so we're extremely pleased to repay that support with this great new prize pot of up to £5000.

If you want to take part in the tournament, simply grab your ticket to epic.THIRTEEN and then enter your team by 8pm Thursday 17th July, but be quick, spaces are going fast for the event after the popularity of our biggest LAN to date back in February. 

epic.THIRTEEN League of Legends Sponsored by Tesoro

TesoroAfter such a great response by the League of Legends community at our last event, Tesoro have stepped up to sponsor our epic.THIRTEEN tournament, to ensure that the tournament starts off with a minimum guaranteed prize of £1000 rising to £4000 depending on the number of teams taking part as well as Tesoro products for the top placing teams.

Tesoro Technology consists of a team of gaming enthusiasts from the US and while still relatively young in the peripherals market, they'll be expanding their range of gaming keyboards, mice, surfaces and audio, inspired by the community.

Bookings are open for epic.THIRTEEN, with tickets just £60, so grab yourself a ticket now!

Tournament Winners

It was a long day of finals here at epic.TWELVE, though I think it would be fair to say that everyone had a good time including the admins and casters. So on to the winners:

League of LegendsLeague of Legends Sponsored by Astro.

Winners: FM RaiderZ

Runners Up: Team Infused





Winners: Team CRG

Runners Up: The Lovely Men


ESL Dota 2 Challenge

Winners: Dwayne 'The John' Rockson

Runners Up: So LeJit


Starcraft IIStarcraft II

Winners: Ourk (FM)

Runners Up: Rotcod (TLR)


LOL: Team Infused Vs MyXMG

League of LegendsRound 1

The game opens with some smooth moves from yoloswag420’s Leblanc getting first blood on Kha’zix in a tense 1 v 1 in the midlane. Returning to lane Kha’zix works with Nutri to exact revenge on Leblanc who had no summoner spells available. The pace of the game slows down momentarity, but a strong gank from Lanky Dan gives XMG a double kill onto pantheon in exchange for the support. A 2 for 1 in the midlane allows MXMG to take the first dragon of the game just before the 10 minute mark, almost evening out the gold despite the first blood and CS discrepancies. A Pantheon ultimate down in the bottom lane combos with the CC of Leona locks down Omega, allowing MyXMG to take down the first turret of the game. Infused’s bot lane heads towards the dragon, but are spotted by a ward instigating an engage from MyXMG.

Team Infused counter engage perfectly and even though neither team picked up the dragon, Infused come out on to with a 3 for 2. MyXMG race back to the dragon pit to sneak it before Team Infused can get near, which inches the gold lead into their favour. Both teams are neck and neck until XMG take a pick onto Karma before divind the outer turret to take out an additional 2 members of Infused. From the back of this they take both the outer and inhibitor turret along with the inhibitor itself, extending their Gold lead to 6k. My XMG look like they are have some communication issues, as they get caught in the enemy jungle while WaWa solo pushes bot, giving two kills over to infused. With super minions chewing through the Nexus turrets, Infused are force to recall leaving MyXMG free to take a Baron 30 minutes in. Wearing the baron buff MyXMG wander into the base of Team Infused to make sure the mid inhibitor turret stays down, before rotating to the bottom lane to take the Inhibitor there.

In a desperate bid Team Infused try to stop MyXMG’s advances, but get dove under the tower and lose another two members without successfully defending the structures. Now with 10k gold lead MyXMG brute force their way to the third and final inhibitor, taking it down before finishing off the Nexus turrets and taking the first game in this best of three. MVP for this game has to go to yoloswag420 with his incredibly potent Leblanc play, picking up first blood from the outset and making all the right picks throughout the game.

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LOL: Promethium Gaming B Vs FDB

League of LegendsLots of action in the early game due an interesting pick with the jungle alistar. PGBs Kha’Zix attempts to invade Alistar at his red but the communication of FDB allows his mid laner to assist and take down khaz.
Some miscommunication in the bot lane from FBD means that what starts as a good gank from Alistair results in not even taking away any summoners. Kha’zix once again attempts an invade onto Alistar but this time FDB cannot respond in time, and with an Evolved Taste the Fear’s isolation damage cuts through the pre 6 Alistar.
Another engage in the bot lane from FDB, this time implemented much better, allowing them to pick up a double kill, demonstrating the power of the CC heavy Alistar Jungle. Meanwhile in hte toplane Khazix finds Renekton at the Golems and picks up his 5th kill of the game.
As we enter the midgame, FBD appear to be winning teamfights by locking down the snowballing KhaZix, yet PGB are exhibiting superior map control and just picking up kills all over the rift.  21 minutes in Promethium Gaming Team B are pulling ahead with a 6k gold lead, as while they are only 2 kills up they have a large lead in objectives.

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LOL: TLR Vs KappaKappaKappa

League of LegendsOne of the closest games  so far in the tournament , relatively even with only minor gold diferences until  they hit the late game at 40 minutes , where the differences in team comp start to shine through. The late game hyper carry marksman of Vayne, combined with  the Wombo Combo of Wukong and Yasuo allow TLR to edge out an advantage and push into the base taking out the first inhibitor of the game,.
While TLR back away to heal and buy after the assault on KAPs base, KAP take the opportunity to grab a dragon, but just as they manage to take it  MiNi iLunatic is caught out. With a baron on 4 members of KAP, TLR are reluctant to engage, although with super minions hitting the Nexus turrets of KappaKappaKappa the game is now fully in TLR’s control

The final team fight happens in the toplane, , where TLR manage to execute the  AOE combo with Yasuo’s ultimate hitting the nexus. With only Tattooed Otaku left alive KAP are unable to defend the nexus and The Last Resort Take home a win.

The MVP of this match has to go to Smudgecat with his toplane Yasuo. Finishing the game with over 400 CS, the lack of a tank in the TLR line up did not matter with the lead they managed to pull, and Yasuo had a much greater impact than his lane opponent in the mid to late game.


  • Smudgecat - Yasuo
  • Hoss - Wukong
  • Shaw - Gragas
  • Ratchet - Vayne
  • Clank - Lulu


  •  deathguise - Malphite
  • Tattooed Otaku - Lee Sin
  • TattyBojangles - Zyra
  • MiNi lunatic - Jinx
  • thymartyr - Annie



LOL: team car accident Vs M&M

League of Legendsteam car accident vs M&M

Heading into a standard lane setup, right from the outset the tempo of the game is controlled by the jungler of both teams, with MVP Winter taking an edge in his ganks due to volatile Pantheon ganks with the targeted Aegis of Zeonia stun and Aegis Protection shield to help tower dive.

team car accident

  • Ereptor - Heimerdinger
  • MVP Winter - Pantheon
  • RatCheeseDoom - Gragas
  • Skylyz - Caitlyn
  • Leemi - Alistar


  • Firdelore - Nasus
  • KappaZeeef - Vi
  • Budy - Oriana
  • NickyG - Varus
  • Rasta Amiiez0r - Thresh

After a close duel in the midlane with RatCheeseDoom edging out a lead over Budy, tca take the first dragon of the game, which in addition to the score of 8 - 2 in their favour equates to a very early 5k gold lead. By the 18 minute mark this is extended to a 10k gold lead with the help more dragons and a very early baron.
Using the global presence from Grand Skyfall and the teleport on Heimer, tca rotate around the map to systematically take the majority of the turret, really pushing their advantage and leaving Molotovs & Marshmallows no room to come back. tcs push into the M&M base at 25 minutes, and while M&M try and repel the assault with everything they have left, tca are just too far ahead and take away a convincing first win of the day!

MVP : MVP Winter on Pantheon, with potent ganks snowballing the game from the beginning, allowing all of his laners to take an early advantage in lane.

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