Samsung White Wins the 2014 League of Legends World Championships

Playing in no less than a foorball stadium, the 2014 League of Legends world championships have reached their exciting end. Samsung White (SSW) have emerged as this years winners and it was a truly dominate performance the whole way. Right from group stages through to Sunday’s final, SSW have been stomping everyone they faced, even their sister team Samsung Blue (SSB).

From the start of the group stages SSW were able to play pretty much any team composition they chose, and finished their matches without wasting any time. They were by far the most dominant team from the bigenning to the end, losing only two games the whole world championship! This is a new record beating last years’ record of three loses by SK Telecom T1.

The new champions have to be pleased with their sweet $1,000,000 cash prize.

Sangam Stadium may have opened to house a soccer tournament, but on Sunday night, Samsung White turned it into a slaughterhouse. Closing out its indomitable 2014 post-season run, Samsung White ran away with the League of Legends 2014 World Championship, defeating Star Horn Royal Club in a 3-1 rout. Though Uzi and his Royal Club did manage an impressive Game 3 win, today’s outcome means a second year in a row in which the team finished second place in the World Final.

Though it could have just as easily been awarded to jungler DanDy, the night ended with Samsung White support Mata taking home the 2014 World Championship MVP. He finished the tournament 18/27/253, with a 10.04 KDA, all the while serving as Samsung White’s strategic mastermind and shotcaller.

To read more and to watch the world final matches, head on over to the official announcement page.