IEF 2021 International eSports Festival, 16 teams in each game advance to the national team selection!

The qualifiers for the ‘IEF 2021 Korea eSports League’ held to select Korean representatives to participate in the ‘IEF 2021 International eSports Festival’ to be held in China in December (co-chairs Kwangjae Lee and Kyungpil Nam) were fiercely contested. It was announced on November 24th (Wednesday) that it was finished after a close battle.

The ‘IEF 2021 Korean eSports League’ preliminaries were held until the 21st in three events: League of Legends, Hearthstone, and Battlegrounds, and 16 teams from each game advanced to the finals.

The 16 teams from each game that passed the preliminary round will compete fiercely in the ‘IEF 2021 Korea e-Sports Championship & National Team Selection Competition’, which will be held online for two days on December 4 and 5.

The events include League of Legends, Hearthstone, and Battlegrounds as in the preliminary round, and only three teams from each game will participate in the IEF 2021 International Esports Festival to be held in China in December with the Taegeuk mark.

In addition to the glory of advancing to the finals, a total of 25 million won in prize money will be awarded differentially to the first to fourth-placed teams.

In addition, the IEF non-face-to-face walking challenge event, which was conducted to create a healthy game culture in the era of With Corona, is also in progress.

The IEF non-face-to-face walking challenge event is currently increasing with approximately 25,000 participants, and you can participate by downloading the walking challenge program ‘Walk On’ from Google Play and App Store by December 10th. .

1010 participants who have achieved a total of 50,000 steps by December 10, when the event ends, will receive a prize through a lottery.

Meanwhile, ‘IEF’, which marks its 17th anniversary this year, has continued to hold its first competition in Beijing, China in 2005 under the official sponsorship of Korea and China, and has been contributing to cultural exchange and the development of the e-sports industry between the two countries.

‘IEF 2021’, which is being held this time, is co-hosted and supervised by the International Exchange Federation IEF and Daejeon Metropolitan City, sponsored by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and the Korea Content Promotion Agency, and supported by OP.GG, Samyang Food, and Samyang Wondong Cultural Foundation.

Details of the ‘IEF 2021’ league can be found on the official website.

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