Wading through the throngs Saturday at Spodek Arena for the League of Legends championship at IEM Katowice, sponsored by Gillette, it wasn’t hard to see which team thousands of Polish fans had come out to watch. The clear favorite was H2K, especially their countryman Jankos, H2K’s star jungler.
Saturday morning in Katowice, Poland, lines of fans and aspiring competitors snaked in front of Spodek Arena, waiting for entry into the first public day of pro League of Legends play at Intel Extreme Masters, sponsored by Gillette.
Three young summoners got the chance to face xPeke 1v1 on League of Legends’ Howling Abyss during an event hosted today at IEM Katowice by tournament sponsor Gillette. All three ended up falling to the master’s precision moves — but the battles were well-fought, and closer than you might expect.
On the heels of the #Rio2016 Men’s Decathlon, wishing our very own Ashton Eaton the best of luck in his pursuit of Gold at the @Olympics! His dedication to precision and his understanding that there are no shortcuts to perfection inspires us to continue chasing greatness! #PerfectIsntPretty