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Everything you need to know about League of Legends World Championship 2019

Get ready for the World championship 2019, biggest League of Legends event of the year, because it’s about to begin soon.

 

 

World Championship 2019 is one of the biggest esports event in the world, Twenty-four of the best League teams in the world from 13 different regions are set for a brawl of epic proportions.

The schedule for World Championship 2019

The World championship 2019 is back to the Europe this year. This event is split into three main stages. There’s the play-in stage, the group stage, and the playoffs. The real action kicks off in the group stage, but before all that happens, the play-in stage must be completed.

The play-in stage takes place from Oct. 2 to 8 in Berlin, Germany. Twelve teams from lesser regions will compete to secure four spots in the group stage.

The group stage will then kick off on Oct. 12 and end on Oct. 20 after eight of the top teams have qualified for the quarterfinals.

The quarterfinals will then start on Oct. 26, ending a day later on Oct. 27 in Madrid, Spain. Four teams will advance to the semifinals on Nov. 2 and 3.

The grand finals will then conclude on Nov. 10, where the eventual world champions will be crowned in Paris, France at the AccorHotels Arena.

All teams qualified for the World Championship 2019

LCS (North America)

  • Team Liquid: First seed after beating Cloud9 in the LCS Finals 3-2 on Aug. 25.
  • Cloud9: Second seed due to having the most Championship Points in the LCS.
  • Clutch Gaming: Third seed after defeating TSM in the LCS regional qualifier on Sept. 8.

LEC (Europe)

  • G2 Esports: First seed after defeating Fnatic in the LEC Summer finals.
  • Fnatic: Second seed after taking down Splyce in the regional qualifier finals.
  • Splyce: Third seed after falling to Fnatic in the regional qualifier finals..

LCK (South Korea)

  • SK Telecom T1: First seed after defeating Griffin in the LCK Summer finals.
  • Griffin: Second seed due to having the most Championship Points in the LCK.
  • DAMWON Gaming: Third seed after winning the 2019 LCK Regional Finals.

LMS (TW/HK/MCO)

  • J Team: First seed after winning the 2019 LMS Summer crown.
  • ahq Esports Club: Second seed due to having the most Championship Points in the region.
  • Hong Kong Attitude: Third seed after winning the 2019 LMS Regional Finals.

LPL (China)

  • FunPlus Phoenix: First seed after beating RNG in the 2019 LPL Summer Championship.
  • Royal Never Give Up: Second seed due to having the most Championship Points in the LPL.
  • Invictus Gaming: Third seed for the LPL after beating Top Esports in the LPL Regional Finals.

VCS (Vietnam)

  • GAM Esports: First seed after taking down Team Flash in VCS Summer finals.
  • Lowkey Esports: Second seed as VCS Summer runners-up.

CBLOL (Brazil)

  • Flamengo Esports: Won the CBLOL 2019 Split 2 finals.

LCL (Russia)

  • Unicorns of Love: Defeated Vega Squadron in LCL Summer finals on Sept. 15.

LJL (Japan)

  • DetonatioN FocusMe: Qualified through the LJL 2019 Summer Finals.

LLA (Latin America)

  • Isurus Gaming: Defeated ALL Knights in the LLA 2019 Closing Playoffs.

OPL (Oceania)

  • Team Mammoth: Defeated the Chiefs in OPL Summer finals on Aug. 31.

LST (South East Asia)

  • MEGA: First seed after winning LST Summer finals.

TCL (Turkey)

  • Royal Youth: Defeated Bahçeşehir Supermassive in TCL Summer finals on Aug. 31.

Stream

Similar to previous years, the play-in stage will be streamed on Riot Games’ official Twitch channel, in addition to the League esports YouTube channel.

And you can watch the official broadcast at lolesports to take advantage of in-game Worlds missions and rewards.

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