After weeks of decisive victories and broken hearts, the Oklahoma League of Legends community’s Oklahoma League of Legends Championship Series will host the season three Diamond-capped playoffs on April 30 at DZ Comics and Gaming in Moore.
Eight diamond-capped teams participated in this OKLCS split, but only four made the coveted playoffs. 50 Shades of Mosher claimed the one seed with a decisive 6-1 record. Weenie and the Weens took the two seed with a record of 5-2, barely stealing the spot from three seed Team Accursed (5-2). Land Snek managed to secure the four seed with a record of 3-4 after besting a three-way tie between Handsome Boy Modeling and Gecko Slammer Armageddon.
“The Diamond-capped division of the OKLCS has looked strong this entire split,” said Jack Counts, commissioner and owner of the OKLCS. “Each division is better than the last split. It makes me think that Oklahoma is on the verge of becoming a bastion of high-level competitive play in League of Legends. Watching the players climb into new divisions is always exciting to me because I feel we play a big part in motivating players to improve by subjecting them to organized play. [Read more…]