Coming Sunday afternoon, August 18 2013, it is time for the finals of the Swiss League of Legends qualifier for the ieSF 2013 World Championship. The winner of the tournament will be representing Switzerland at the championship in Bucharest, Romania, from October 31 until November 3 2013.


The competitors are the top 4 finishers of each preliminary tournament, i.e. mYi’s Swiss LoL Series I of July 14 2013, respectively the 2nd Preliminary of August 4 2013.

Cocorizko (3rd place in the 2nd Preliminary)
eSharks Megalodon (4th place in the Swiss LoL Series I)
mYinsanity Heimerdingers (1st place in the Swiss LoL Series I)
mYinsanity Karmas (1st place in the 2nd Preliminary)
Prevail Gaming (2nd place in the Swiss LoL Series I)
r0w throw the game (2nd place in the 2nd Preliminary)
Swiss Bulls (3rd place in the Swiss LoL Series I)
Swiss Party (4th place in the 2nd Preliminary)

Bo1 until the Overall-Final
Bo3 in the Overall-Final

The winners of the preliminaries go up against the teams placed 4th in the tournaments. Ther runner-ups go up against the team which were placed 3rd. This results in the following match-ups in round 1:

mYinsanity Heimerdingers vs. Swiss Party
Prevail Gaming vs. Cocorizko
r0w throw the game vs. Swiss Bulls
mYinsanity Karmas vs. eSharks Megalodon
You can find the bracket on

Tournament Process

The tournament starts at 1pm. If a team fails to be complete and/or present 15 minutes after the scheduled beginning of a match they will be disqualified.

Results of all games have to be reported back to the tournament administration by the team captain of the victorious team.
– In order to do this you have to upload a screenshot to and send the link to the tournament administration.

The team in the upper box of the bracket will be playing on blue side / left side in game lobby.
– In order to start a match the blue team has to open a game and invite the other team.


The same rules as for the preliminary tournaments apply to the Swiss Qualification finals (based on Swiss LoL Series I, mYi Between & mYi Rouse)

The tournament will be played on the most recent League of Legends Patch.

Any released champions will be eligible for play.

The /pause function may be used in the following events:

One or more players have problems concerning his connection to the game.
One or more players have problems concerning their computer.
You must not use the /pause function in the following events:

There is a Fight going on.
To gain an advantage of any kind.
Without any apparent reason.
In case a team infringes one or more of these rules, the disadvantaged team has to report this to the tournament admins.

Any offense may be punished with disqualification.

If the restart of a match is necessary, the tournament administration has to be informed immediately. The case will be analyzed and appropriate measures will be taken.

Fair play is the key to a successful tournament for everyone.


French Stream:
German Stream:
We are looking for willing German-speaking casters who would like to stream the Swiss IeSF Qualification Finals.


Besides the generous sponsoring by the Fightgenossen community, the SESF is happy to announce another donation to our cause. We greatly appreciate David “BEV eshA” Martin’s personal, private donation of 100 CHF. We understand it as a great gesture of appreciation for our work. Thank you, David!