LFL Prixtel Day
During this LFL Prixtel Day; in front of more than 3,600 spectators, the French League of Legends League once again proved its popularity by offering a real show in the stands and an online success.
They hadn’t seen each other for five months. After the LFL Days in Nice last February, the ten LFL teams met their fans in the sublime Seine Musicale in Boulogne-Billancourt in the Hauts-de-Seine. 3,600 supporters from all over France came together to support their favorite players and teams.
For this first physical event in the Paris region, the fans were more than motivated. From 11:00 a.m., everyone hastened to the gates of the enclosure, shouting at the top of their lungs to the rhythm of the drums and the songs they had prepared. Three groups already stood out for their number and their energy: the Golden Hornets, the Royals 212 and the Blue Wall, who came to support Vitality, Solary and Karmine Corp respectively.
Matches that revive the championship
“With this third edition of LFL Days, the LFL confirms its status as the most popular esports league in France. We are delighted to have been able to organize with the support of the department 92 and the City of Boulogne Billancourt this LFL Prixtel Day, the first esport event of the Seine Musicale » Bertrand Amar, Head of esports at Webedia
“This third edition of LFL Day was crucial for most teams in the race for the playoffs, following the clashes during this beautiful evening. The teams qualified in the playoffs are much more determined. We note in particular the first victory on stage in LFL Day of Vitality against Karmine Corp. » Yoann Bouchard, director of the French League of League of Legends.
The games have started, the public is on fire. In opening, the Spartans of Oplon, led by their Swedish player Shen “Peng” Pengcheng, made short work of GO relaunching the race for the playoffs at the dawn of the last week.
This was followed by the meeting between Solary and Mirage Elyandra. Carried by its public armed with flags and tarpaulins and always quick to go into raptures at the slightest action, Solary’s “Team of friends” won, still retaining a chance of hanging on to the final stages. The players took the opportunity to thank their supporters, who gave it back to them a hundredfold with “arms” worthy of football stadiums.
After a short break, LDLC OL, guaranteed to finish first in the regular season, established their domination of the League a little more with a controlled end-to-end encounter against Gameward. Yet in good shape, the team playing at home (since its premises are in Boulogne-Billancourt) suffered the wave of the Foxes who easily pocketed their 15th victory in 16 games.
The evening continued with another decisive meeting in the race for the Playoffs: Misfits Premier against BDS Academy. Tied with 8 wins for 7 losses each, the winning team would take a big step towards the Playoffs. In this meeting under high pressure, it was BDS who won after a crazy game lasting more than 40 minutes. Very high level League of Legends which has finished whetting the room before the icing on the cake.
The meeting that everyone was waiting for was of course the derby between Vitality and Karmine Corp. Rivals since the KCorp’s inception two years ago, the encounter has delivered on all of its promises. First in the stands where the two groups of supporters set the Seine Musicale on fire. Without animosity, the hundreds of ultras swept away the rest of the room, launching their own chants and repeatedly answering each other.
On Summoner’s Rift, Vitality got the better of it by offering its supporters the right to spoof the evening opponents. At the end of a thrilling game and an epic final confrontation, the Bees made the crowd rise one last time. Enough to end this Prixtel Day in the best possible way and bode well for future LFL offline events.
SOURCE: PRESS RELEASE – REVOLUTION R