Intel Extreme Masters Season X – World Championship

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Intel Extreme Masters Season X – World Championship Katowice
2016
Tournament information
Sport League of Legends
Location Katowice, Silesian Voivodeship, Poland
Administrator(s) Electronic Sports League
Venue(s) Spodek
Teams Eight teams
Final positions
Champions SK Telecom T1 (Duke, Blank, Faker, Bang, Wolf)
1st runners-up Fnatic (Gamsu, Spirit, Febiven, Rekkles, Klaj)
2nd runners-up Royal Never Give Up (Looper, Mlxg, Xiaohu, Wuxx, Mata)
Intel Extreme Masters Season X – World Championship Katowice
Tournament information
Sport Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Location Katowice, Silesian Voivodeship, Poland
Administrator(s) Electronic Sports League
Venue(s) Spodek
Final positions
Champions Fnatic (Olofmeister, JW, flusha, krimz, dennis)
Runner-up Luminosity Gaming

The Intel Extreme Masters Season X – World Championship or IEM Season X - Katowice was the world championship for the tenth season of the Intel Extreme Masters.[1] It was held at the Spodek in Katowice, Silesian Voivodeship, Poland from March 2–6, 2016.

The Counter-Strike: Global Offensive portion was won by fnatic 3-0 with a roster consisting of Olofmeister, JW, flusha, krimz, and dennis against Luminosity Gaming.[2]

League of Legends was won by SK Telecom T1 against fnatic. Both organizations had teams in both grand finals.[3]

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive[edit]

Final standings[edit]

Place Team Prize money
1st Fnatic $104,000
2nd Luminosity Gaming $44,000
3rd–4th Astralis $25,000
Natus Vincere $23,000
5th–6th Tempo Storm $13,000
Virtus.pro
7th–8th mousesports $7,000
FaZe Clan
9th–10th Ninjas in Pyjamas $5,000
9th-10th E-Frag.net Esports Club $4,000
11th–12th Team EnVyUs $3,000
11th–12th The MongolZ $2,000

League of Legends[edit]

Final standings[edit]

Place Team Prize money
1st SK Telecom T1 $ 50,000
2nd Fnatic $ 20,000
3rd–4th Team SoloMid $ 10,000
Royal Never Give Up
5th–6th Ever $ 3,500
Qiao Gu Reapers
7th–8th Origen $ 1,500
Counter Logic Gaming

References[edit]

  1. ^ Pete Volk (6 March 2016). "League of Legends IEM Katowice 2016 schedule and results". SBNation.com. Vox Media.
  2. ^ Rob Zacny. "Fnatic Win The IEM Katowice Counter-Strike Championship Using Magic Bullets". Kotaku. Gawker Media.
  3. ^ Pete Volk (6 March 2016). "League of Legends IEM Katowice 2016 results: SK Telecom T1 sweeps Fnatic in final". SBNation.com. Vox Media.

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