Coming off their most successful season yet, the New York Titans head to Rochester to battle it out against East Division's Rochester Whiteout and Washington Admirals in the East Division SuperSeries. Will the Titans prove too strong?
What exactly is a SuperSeries? Unique to Major League Quidditch, a SuperSeries is a two-day meet between three divisional teams. On Saturday, each team will play the two other teams at the series twice, for a total of six games. On Sunday, each team will play the two other teams once, for a total of three games.
Quidditch is a competitive, full-contact, mixed-gender sport played by athletes around the world. MLQ has set out to create a high-intensity environment for the best athletes in North America to hone their skills and compete for one of our sport's highest honors: the Benepe Cup. The 15 teams represented in the league hail from three divisions: East, North and South.
- East Division: Boston Night Riders, New York Titans, Ottawa Black Bears, Rochester Whiteout, Washington Admirals
- North Division: Cleveland Riff, Detroit Innovators, Indianapolis Intensity, Minneapolis Monarchs, Toronto Raiders
- South Division: Austin Outlaws, Kansas City Stampede, League City Legends, New Orleans Curse, San Antonio Soldados
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