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League of Legends OPL playoffs start today

29 Mar 2016

The playoffs for the Oceanic Pro League (OPL) in League of Legends starts later today and fans will be able to watch the action unfold online.  

Legacy, Chiefs, Sin Gaming and Dire Wolves have secured their spot in the Semi Finals and will battle it out on Tuesday March 29th and on Wednesday March 30th from 7pm (AEST) (9pm, NZT), for the 2016 OPL Split 1 Championship. The competition between all the teams has been fierce with Sin, Chiefs and Dire Wolves all placing within 1 point of each other. 

The two semi finalists will then meet in the final which takes place on April 5th. The winner will take home a cool prize of $16,000 and the final will be screened exclusively in select HOYTS cinemas in Australia and New Zealand. 

You can watch the action via the video below:

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