Announced in early January at a press conference by Riot Games France and Webedia, the League of Legends Coupe de France will take place at Paris Games Week on November 5th and 6th for the semi-finals.
After a year punctuated by the LFL, DIV2 and the Mastercard Nexus Tour, the French League of Legends scene is not closing its doors just yet, as the Coupe de France is just around the corner. Open to all players, the CDF is an opportunity for everyone to participate in a professional competition, as well as for the pro teams to establish their reputation. All amateur teams had the opportunity to participate via three Qualifiers to earn their place in the final table of the French Cup and have a chance to win the trophy.
LDLC OL takes on Karmine Corp in the first semi-final on Saturday!
With a 3-0 win over Team Alkali, the LDLC OL Foxes have booked their place in the semi-finals.
On their side, Karmine Corp got the better of Misfits Premier with a 3-1 victory!
See you on Saturday, November 5th, at 10:30am for the first League of Legends French Cup semi-final, on the PGW Stage with FNAC
Team GO meets Vitality.Bee on Sunday in the second semi-final!
After the match between Team BDS Academy and Team GO, it is finally Team GO that comes out victorious with a score of 3-2 and secures their place for Sunday's semi-final!
And it's Vitality.Bee who is the last team to qualify for the semi-finals of the League of Legends French Cup following its 3-1 victory over Team GameWard!
Join us on Sunday, November 6th at 10:30am for the second semi-final of the League of Legends French Cup, on the PGW Stage with FNAC.
Come and watch the last stage before the grand final on November 11th! Get your tickets now