NYP to represent SEA in 2017 International College Cup10.07.2017

 
Every year, our Singapore Campus League (SGCL) A Division champions are given a chance to qualify for the League of Legends International College Cup (LICC), in hopes to compete abroad against international collegiate teams.
 
After their well deserved SGCL win on July 1st 2017, NYP (Nanyang Polytechnic) went on an undefeated streak against other SEA teams for the LICC SEA qualifiers. As the top seed for the SEA region, NYP along with NTU (Nha Trang University) from Vietnam will be representing us for the 2017 LICC and test their mettle in Wu Han, China!
 
LICC SEA Qualifiers Results

SEA Region

Name

Wins

Losses

Rank

Singapore

NYP

5

0

1

Vietnam

NTU

4

1

2

Philippines

UPD

3

2

3

Indonesia

BNU

1

4

4

Thailand

BU

1

4

4

Malaysia

TU

1

4

4

 
 
Wuhan University of Technology
 
What is at stake for NYP?
The 2017 LICC is hosted by Tencent, to create a higher platform for college teams worldwide, and to help foster cultural communication between regions. Some of the best collegiate teams from across the world will travel to China to compete for a 100,000 RMB (~S$20,000) prize pool and pride of their school and region.
 
 
The tournament will be held from July 13th - 16th and in the end, one team will return home with the cup!  This year’s reps are:
 
China (2): Haikou College of Economics & Baiyun Technician College of Business and Technology
Europe (2): Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen & University of Porto
North America (2): University of Toronto & Maryville University
South East Asia (2): Nanyang Polytechnic and Nha Trang University
Korea: The Catholic University of Korea
Japan: Tokyo Anime and Voice Acting Vocational School
Taiwan: Chien Hsin University of Science and Technology & National Kaohsiung University of Applied Sciences

For the 1st and 2nd place teams the journey continues, the top 2 teams will travel to Taipei in early August to play a match at the 29th Summer Universiade. The Universiade is a multi-sport university competition, and is the largest multi-sport event in the world apart from the Olympic Games.
 
Follow NYP’s Journey
Catch NYP in the LICC Group Stages on July 13th and 14th to see if they will make it to the semifinals on July 15th and finals on 16th!
 
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You can find the schedule of matches involving the other regions here.