Grays Harbor League Championship Singles Tournament
League of Legends 1v1 winter invitational is shaping up to be a fantastic event! With a hard limit of just 32 competitors, short focused games of double elimination against other CTC students, local high school students, the action will be fast and furious! Hosted by a popular Twitch.tv personality, it’s a must-see esports gaming event. Come to compete or to watch the games!
Please complete the online registration form, then mail your check or money order payable to
Grays Harbor College
And send it to
Grays Harbor College
ATTN: Student Life GHLCS
1620 Edward P Smith Drive
Aberdeen, WA 98520
College clubs or affiliated groups can register in bulk – contact firstname.lastname@example.org via email or call 360-538-4078 to make arrangements.
1 pm - check in and open play / practice scrims
2 pm - double elimination brackets begin, 15 minute matches, 1 game each match
5 pm - semifinals best of 3's begin
7 pm - finals begin, best of 3's
8 pm - trophy and champion title awarded, closing, end tournament
Pepperoni or cheese pizza just $1 a slice - soda / bottled water also just $1 each!
Singles rules are as follows:
Mid lane of Summoner's Rift
Victory requires one of the following:
First to 100 CS
Each scheduled match ends at 15 minutes. If none of the objectives have been achieved by that period of time, then winner will be decided by highest CS. If by some means, the CS of both players are equal, then winner will be decided by a combination of both damage dealt + damage healed.
Parking is available in our upper lot, close to the event. This lot can be seen on our campus map directly below the 4000 Schermer building, bottom center. There is no parking fee, and reserved parking spaces are available during this time.
We look forward to seeing you!
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