Who won the 2014 world championship LoL?
Samsung Galaxy White
2014 League of Legends World Championship
|Champions||Samsung Galaxy White (1st title)|
|Runner-up||Star Horn Royal Club|
What years did SKT win worlds?
SK Telecom T1 (SKT) was crowned LoL Worlds Champions the most times out of any team in the scene. They won the Season 3, 2015, and 2016 World Champions. They defeated Royal Club, KOO Tigers, and Samsung Galaxy to become champions for those three years.
Who won 2013 League of Legends worlds?
SK Telecom T1
Season 3 (2013) The grand final was held in the Staples Center on 4 October 2013, where Korean team SK Telecom T1 defeated the Chinese team Royal Club, granting them the title of the Season 3 world champions, the Summoner’s Cup and the $1 million prize.
Who won Worlds 2015 league?
2015 League of Legends World Championship
|Purse||$2,130,000 USD (€1,907,194.31)|
|Champion||SK Telecom T1 (2nd title)|
What season is 2012 LoL?
League of Legends: Season 2 World Championship
The League of Legends: Season 2 World Championship was an esports tournament for the multiplayer online battle arena video game League of Legends, held from October 4 to October 13, 2012, in Los Angeles, California.
What season was 2011 league?
Season Two is the second competitive time period for League of Legends. Season Two began on November 22, 2011, a week before the release of patch V1. 0.0.
Who won LOL Worlds 2011?
2011 Winner: Fnatic The first-ever World Championship took place in 2011, less than two years after the release of the game. The event took place in Jonkoping, Sweden, and the hometown team, Fnatic was able to secure the victory as an underdog over some of the other favorites such as SK Telecom and Samsung White.
Did Great White Sharks win Worlds 2018?
Great White Sharks are a popular cheerleading team from Cheer Sport Sharks that competes in the International Open Level 6 division. They are five time World Champions, having won in 2014, 2015, 2018, 2019 and 2022.
Did the Sharks win Worlds 2016?
2014, 2015, 2018 and 2019 World Champions – Great White Sharks. 2016 Bronze Medalists at Worlds – Great White Sharks.