With the recently announced Mid-Season Streamathon right around the corner, round one of Oceania’s voting process has been completed to determine who will move forward to the next stage of competing on the OPL All-Stars team against Legacy Esports.
The Mid-Season Streamathon is a 48 hour COVID-19 pandemic relief stream hosted by Riot Games. It is set to be hosting teams who had qualified for the now canceled Mid-Season Invitational facing up against selected players from their regions in a variety of show matches broadcasted to the world.
After two days of campaigning the community to rally together and vote for the players they want to see in the Mid-Season Streamathon, Riot Oceania announced yesterday the two players from each role who have been selected to move forward to the next round – three of which are players from Pentanet.GG!
Starting tonight, Riot Oceania will be hosting an OPL All-Stars Contenders match via the Legacy Esports Twitch account, in which the top two voted players from each role will battle it out in hopes of being selected for the OPL All-Stars roster for the following weekend.
Legacy Esports today posted what the teams look like for the first of three games being played tonight.
- (Top) Swip3r
- (Jungle) Pabu
- (Mid) Claire
- (ADC) Violet
- (Support) Rogue
- (Top) Api
- (Jungle) Rare7
- (Mid) Getback
- (ADC) Leesa
- (Support) Chippys
Given that three of our players will be competing in the event – Pabu, Getback and Rogue – be sure to keep an eye out for them throughout tonight’s matches at 7:00PM AEST!
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Pentanet.GG launched into the Australian esports scene in 2020, competing in Oceanic Pro League (Pentanet.GG) and Oceanic Challenger Series (PGG.RISE).
Bringing Perth’s internet up to speed, Pentanet delivers next-generation internet speeds backed by local service and support from the company’s headquarters in Perth.
Pentanet owns and operates Perth’s largest Fixed Wireless network consisting of approximately 300km of dark fibre connecting multiple strategic metro tower locations. Delivering high speed internet to over 80% of the Perth metro area, Pentanet is proudly WA’s top-rated internet service provider.