The League of Legends World Championship is in its penultimate week. Hundreds of teams from around the world had their sights set on making it this far, but the usual suspects are the four teams remaining heading into this weekend’s Semifinals matches. On Saturday, last year’s World Champions will face off with the No. 1 … Continue reading 2019 League of Legends World Championship Semifinals Preview
Eight teams from three regions remain at the League of Legends World Championship. None of the three teams from North America or the LMS could advance to the knockout rounds for the first time in Worlds history, as teams from Europe, China, and Korea dominated the proceedings. Europe and Korea both sent all three of … Continue reading 2019 League of Legends World Championship Quarterfinals Preview
The Group of Death has lived up to the billing. Fan favorites Fnatic are staring at elimination after the first round-robin in Group C, and they almost certainly need to knock off powerhouses Royal Never Give Up and SK Telecom T1 to feel good about a spot in the knockout rounds. Losses to either RNG … Continue reading 2019 League of Legends World Championship Group C Preview
The 2019 League of Legends World Championship will kick off tomorrow in Berlin. Sixteen teams have gathered from around the world to compete in this year’s tournament, and the action on Summoner’s Rift will be intense over the coming weeks. There are some incredible storylines to follow as Europe sets its sights on its first … Continue reading 2019 League of Legends World Championship Group Stage Preview
Beginning October 2, 24 of the best League of Legends teams in the world will meet in Europe to determine the world champion. Over the course of five weeks, we’ll see teams from 13 different regions showcase their unique brand of League of Legends with the hope of hoisting the Summoner’s Cup when it’s all … Continue reading 2019 League of Legends World Championship Betting Odds
G2 are already waiting in the finals for either FC Schalke 04 or Fnatic, and those two teams will square off in Athens on Saturday for the right to face the defending European champion on Sunday.
The two best League of Legends teams in Korea throughout the year have been Griffin and SK Telecom T1. They now meet for the championship.
Team Liquid will have a chance to make history on Sunday afternoon. No team has won four straight LCS titles, and Liquid is looking to become the first team in North America to accomplish the feat.
C9 have finished in second place in both splits this year, and they will be assured of a spot at the World Championships if they win on Saturday and Team Liquid wins on Sunday.
The playoffs are here, and six teams are vying to win the LCS Summer Split and clinch an automatic spot at the World Championships.
Four teams are fighting for two playoff spots heading into this weekend. Golden Guardians and Optic Gaming are the favorites for those spots at 8-8, but 100 Thieves and Clutch Gaming are there to capitalize if one of those teams stumble this week.
Team Liquid have already clinched a spot in the Summer Split playoffs, and the winners of the last three LCS titles are looking to make it four in a row in a few weeks.
We’ve seen the three best teams in North America separate themselves from the rest of the pack once more. Just like we saw in the Spring Split, Team Liquid, Cloud9, and Team SoloMid are ahead of the field.