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Red Bull League of Its Own 2023: Titans T1 and G2 Esports to Clash in Anticipated Rematch

Red Bull League of Its Own 2023: Titans T1 and G2 Esports to Clash in Anticipated Rematch

Berlin, Germany, will play host to an electrifying showdown as the greatest titans of the esports world prepare for an epic rematch: South Korean powerhouse T1 is on a collision course with the European behemoth G2 Esports. The 2023 Red Bull League of Its Own is set to commence on December 9, and fans have been holding their breath in anticipation as rivalries resurface and old scores are to be settled.

Which Teams are Participating?

The list of teams playing in this electrifying event includes:

  • T1
  • G2 Esports
  • Team Heretics
  • Karmine Corp
  • NNO Old
  • BIG
  • Eintracht Spandau

Where and When will the Event Take Place?

The South Korean powerhouse, T1, along with the other top European teams, have made their way to Berlin, Germany, for the Red Bull League of Its Own, with matches kicking off on December 9.

Red Bull League of Its Own – The Offline Showmatch Excellence

Red Bull Gaming, aiming to bring more League of Legends excitement to the fans, has created its own offline event featuring some of the most notorious teams from the European region, as well as the 2023 World Champions, T1.

Watch out for scintillating showmatches, with teams from various regions and skill levels attempting to face off against T1.

Red Bull League of Its Own Format

Get ready for the following showmatches throughout the event:

  • Berlin International Gaming vs. Eintracht Spandau
  • T1 vs. BIG/EINS winner
  • T1 vs. NNO Old
  • NNO Old vs. Karmine Corp
  • T1 vs. Karmine Corp
  • T1 vs. Team Heretics
  • T1 vs. G2 Esports

The matches follow a best-of-one format. T1 is locked out of all champions picked in their previous matches, excluding bans and non-T1 matches. However, this restriction is not applied for the final showdown between T1 and G2 Esports. T1’s opponents have no restrictions.

Where to Watch the Event

Fans can catch all the action of the Red Bull League of Its Own on Red Bull’s Twitch channel starting at 14:00 CET. Note that the first match between BIG and Eintracht Spandau is exclusively viewable on the German Twitch stream.

Don’t miss out on this exciting esports showdown, as T1 takes on some of the best European teams, culminating in the highly anticipated rematch with G2 Esports!

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