This article is part of our League of Legends series.
The EU Masters tournament features the best from the regional leagues around Europe, similar to the UEFA Champions League in soccer except for lower divisions. While these teams rarely face off head to head, we now get a chance to see some of the best up-and-coming stars from around Europe compete.
1. Schalke 04. Evolution
The German teams have been the top contenders in EU Masters for the past two seasons, and that seems unlikely to change with Schalke 04 coming in off the back of a 14-4 Spring season. Schalke then went on to win the playoffs, dropping only one game to rivals mousesports. A roster filled with rising talent, Schalke look poised to continue the German dominance in EU Masters.
The second representative from the Prime League takes the second spot on our list, with mousesports coming in right behind Schalke, as they have all season. This roster is stacked with talent, including star mid laner LIDER, who has been the crux of the team. While they came up short to Schalke in the Prime League playoffs, mousesports are one of the best teams around.
3. Fnatic Rising
The first non-Prime League team on this list comes from the UKLC champions, Fnatic Rising. This team ended in 3rd/4th last season of EU Masters and will be looking to go one series further in 2020. Built around mid laner MagiFelix, as well as new addition Pride in the top lane, Fnatic Rising were able to take the