IEM Season 11 - Oakland
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|IEM Season 11 - Oakland|
|Organizer:|| ESL |
|Sponsor:|| HyperX |
|Location:|| Oracle Arena|
7000 Coliseum Way
Oakland, CA 94621
|Prize pool:||$ TBD|
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IEM Season 11 - Oakland is the second event of IEM Season 11 (first with LoL involved), organized by ESL. It will take place at Oracle Arena in Oakland.
- Six teams participate: [Show]
- Single elimination
- Quarterfinals, Semifinals, and Finals are Best of 3
- Patch Information: v6.21
$ 100,000 USD to be divided up among the teams as follows:
|Place||Prize (USD)||≈Prize (EUR)||Team|
|1st|| $ 50,000
Q for IEM S11 WC
|€ 47,211||Unicorns Of Love|
|2nd||$ 20,000||€ 18,888||Flash Wolves|
|$ 10,000||€ 9,444||Longzhu Gaming|
|5th/6th||$ 5,000||€ 4,722||The Chiefs eSports Club|
|1st from 2016 NA LCS Summer||Team SoloMid1|
|4th from 2016 EU LCS Summer||Unicorns Of Love3|
|1st from 2016 LMS Summer||Flash Wolves|
|Highest ranked 2016 LCK Summer team
not in 2016 Worlds semifinals or
2016 LoL KeSPA Cup quarterfinals
|1st from IEM Challenger - Oakland Qualifier||INTZ e-Sports|
|2nd from IEM Challenger - Oakland Qualifier||The Chiefs eSports Club|
|1 Team SoloMid initially forfeited their seed due to Doublelift's competitive hiatus.|
They later confirmed their participation with WildTurtle as a substitute.
2 Immortals forfeited their seed and are not replaced.
2 Splyce forfeited their seed. They are replaced by Unicorns Of Love.
4 EDward Gaming's automatic qualification to IEM Katowice via 2016 Worlds means they are unable to participate. They were originally replaced by I May.
It was later announced that, due to scheduling conflict with the 2016 Demacia Cup, there would be no Chinese team involved, and also that only 6 teams in total would participate.
5 Afreeca Freecs forfeited their seed. They are replaced by Longzhu Gaming.
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- Note: Country of Birth is used. Only the 5 players who played the most games for each team are counted.
Articles & Videos
- May 20th, Intel Extreme Masters returns to the Bay Area - announcing the IEM Oakland ticket sales
- August 5th, Announcing the League of Legends tournament format for Intel Extreme Masters Season 11
- August 16th, How League of Legends teams will qualify for Intel Extreme Masters Season 11
- September 21st, League of Legends 2016 KeSPA Cup will determine Intel Extreme Masters qualification for Korean teams
- November 13th, LoL to be Broadcast in Virtual Reality