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[Update: Streaming Now] League of Legends Tournament Supports Red Cross

Posted on Saturday, March 29 @ 08:45:00 Eastern by

[Update]: The tournament is now live!

[Original]: Riot Games, developers of League of Legends, have teamed up with Red Cross and Tiltify TV to support those in need.

The tournament is organized online, so anyone with a few League of Legends friends can compete for a trip to the NA LCS finals in Los Angeles, complete with airfare and hotel. Entry fees for this tournament go straight to Red Cross, but diehard fans should know that they can even meet a pro team and other favorite League of Legends personalities if they win.

You can sign up for the Red Cross tournament at Xfire, but don't wait. The tournament is 5v5 single elimination with only a total of 128 teams in the competition. It all goes down on March 29th, 2014, starting at 11:00 AM.

For all the details, head over to the tournament's Xfire page.
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