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After a week of play-ins, the European Masters main stage is ready to debut this Monday. The groups have been drawn and it seems that the French are favorites once again. However, there are also strong contenders coming from other regions.

Here’s how we would rank all the team from the main stage.

EU Masters power ranking


The Ligue Française de League of Legends has won the three last editions of the tournament with their fan-favorite team of Karmine Corp. While the team didn’t qualify to European Masters this split, the LFL remain favorites. In fact, LDLC OL is the team that lost in finals against them at the spring edition of the tournament. LDLC OL also had a very impressive year in the LFL as they won playoffs both splits and ended the summer regular season with a score of 17-1. Their veteran mid laner Jérémy “Eika” Valdenaire also earned the MVP title.

2. Team BDS Academy, LFL

If one team challenged LDLC OL this split, it was BDSA. Indeed, LDLC OL lost against them in the round 2 of playoffs before qualifying to the finals through the loser bracket. BDS already challenged LDLC OL last split in the LFL finals but disappointed strongly when they didn’t make it past the group stage at the European Masters. However, this time the roster is coming back with two additions — top laner Adam “Adam” Maanane and mid laner Steven “Reeker” Chen who have been working well with the team.

3. Team Heretics, SuperLiga

The Spanish champions are coming as strong contender this tournament. While the SuperLiga disappointed at the last edition, they did have a very competitive summer following an offseason with teams upgrading several players. Team Heretics won the finals convincingly despite not being able to make playoffs in their region in spring.

The organization who recently bought an LEC spot will want to show a strong performance before reaching the highest level of European competition. Their bot laner Jakob “Jackspektra” Gullvag Kepple has been pretty hyped up, but the whole team has impressed mainly for their teamplay.

4. Unicorns Of Love Sexy Edition, Prime League

UOL impressed many in spring when they managed to reach quarterfinals before losing with a score of 1-3 to Karmine Corp. Their strong mid laner Lee “Ruby” Sol-min has now been joined by former Cloud 9 support Kim “Winsome” Dong-keon. This time they’re also competing as the Prime League champions following a 3-1 victory over Schalke 04. The team has been very on form recently and will look to bring the Prime League back at the top of the competition.

5. Vitality.Bee, LFL

The play-in stage has been full of upsets with teams such as BISONS ECLUB and JD|XL not making it to the next stage. However, one team has managed to remain undefeated before qualifying to the main stage and it’s none other than Vitality.Bee. The team had a good run in the spring European Masters as they were closer than anyone to eliminate Karmine Corp in semifinals. This time they’re back with the same roster. Top laner Mathias “Szygenda” Jensen had an impressive split, arguably the best top laner in the LFL and recently achieved incredible stats during the play-in stage.

6. X7 Esports, NLC

7. GameWard, LFL

8. GIANTS, SuperLiga

9. Schalke 04 Esports, Prime League

10. SK Gaming Prime, Prime League


12. AGO Rogue, Ultraliga

13. Zero Tenacity, Ultraliga

14. Anorthosis Famagusta Esports, GLL

15. Macko Esports, PG Nationals

16. Valiance, EBL

Ready for the action? Here’s the schedule for the first gameday!




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