2019 League of Legends World Championship

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League of Legends World Championship
2019
Tournament information
SportLeague of Legends
Location
DatesOctober 2–November 10
Administrator(s)Riot Games
Tournament
format(s)
12 team double round-robin play-in stage
16 team double round-robin group stage
8 team single-elimination bracket
Venue(s)
Teams24
Final positions
ChampionChina FunPlus Phoenix
(1st title)
Runner-upEurope G2 Esports
MVPChina Gao "Tian" Tianliang (FunPlus Phoenix)
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The 2019 League of Legends World Championship was the ninth world championship for League of Legends, an esports tournament for the video game developed by Riot Games. It was held from October 2, 2019, to November 10, 2019, in Berlin, Madrid and Paris.[1] Twenty four teams from 13 regions qualified for the tournament based on their placement in regional circuits such as those in China, Europe, North America, South Korea and Taiwan/Hong Kong/Macau with twelve of those teams having to reach the main event via a play-in stage.

Qualified teams and rosters[edit]

Qualified teams[edit]

Based on the results of the Mid-Season Invitational and the World Championship in the year prior, with the 2018 MSI victory of Royal Never Give Up and 2018 Worlds victory of Invictus Gaming, the third seed team from China (LPL) will start in the group stage, replacing the third seed team from South Korea (LCK) that will now instead begin in the play-in stage.[2] Due to the merger of Latin America North's and Latin America South's professional leagues into a single league (LLA) and the results of the 2019 Mid-Season Invitational, Vietnam (VCS) will have a direct spot in the group stage for the summer champions and an additional spot in the play-in stage for the summer runner-up, the same format used in 2017 Worlds. The summer champions of Taiwan/Hong Kong/Macau (LMS) have also been dropped to pool #2.[3]

Region League Path Team ID Pool
Starting in the main event's group stage
China LPL Summer Champion China FunPlus Phoenix FPX 1
Most Championship Points China Royal Never Give Up RNG 2
Regional Finals Winner China Invictus Gaming IG
Europe LEC Summer Champion Europe G2 Esports G2 1
Regional Finals Winner Europe Fnatic FNC 2
North America LCS Summer Champion United States Team Liquid TL 1
Most Championship Points United States Cloud9 C9 2
South Korea LCK Summer Champion South Korea SK Telecom T1 SKT 1
Most Championship Points South Korea Griffin GRF 2
TW/HK/MO LMS Summer Champion Taiwan J Team JT 2
Most Championship Points Taiwan ahq e-Sports Club AHQ 2
Vietnam VCS Summer Champion Vietnam GAM Esports GAM 2
Starting in the play-in stage
Europe LEC Regional Finals Runner-up Europe Splyce SPY 1
North America LCS Regional Finals Winner United States Clutch Gaming CG
South Korea LCK South Korea DAMWON Gaming DWG
TW/HK/MO LMS Hong Kong Hong Kong Attitude HKA
Vietnam VCS Summer Runner-up Vietnam Lowkey Esports LK 2
CIS LCL Summer Champion Russia Unicorns of Love UOL
Latin America LLA Argentina Isurus Gaming ISG
Turkey TCL Turkey Royal Youth RYL
Brazil CBLOL Brazil Flamengo eSports FLA 3
Japan LJL Japan DetonatioN FocusMe DFM
Oceania OPL Australia Mammoth MMM
Southeast Asia LST Thailand MEGA Esports MG

Rosters[edit]

     Player didn't play any games.

Teams Players Coach
Top Jungle Mid ADC Support
China (LPL)
China FunPlus Phoenix South Korea GimGoon China Tian South Korea Doinb China Lwx China Crisp Taiwan WarHorse
China Xinyi
China Royal Never Give Up China Langx Taiwan Karsa China Xiaohu China Uzi China Ming Taiwan Steak
China LoveZrr China Wink
China Invictus Gaming South Korea TheShy China Ning South Korea Rookie China JackeyLove China Baolan South Korea Mafa
South Korea Duke China Leyan
Europe (LEC)
Europe G2 Esports Denmark Wunder Poland Jankos Denmark Caps Croatia Perkz Slovenia Mikyx Germany GrabbZ
Sweden promisq
Europe Fnatic Belgium Bwipo Denmark Broxah Slovenia Nemesis Sweden Rekkles Bulgaria Hylissang Netherlands Youngbuck
United Kingdom Dan
Europe Splyce Hungary Vizicsacsi Romania Xerxe Czech Republic Humanoid Denmark Kobbe Norway Norskeren United Kingdom Peter Dun
Romania Orome Norway Sharp France Duke
North America (LCS)
United States Team Liquid South Korea Impact United States Xmithie Denmark Jensen United States Doublelift South Korea CoreJJ South Korea Cain
United States Insanity United States Matt
United States Cloud9 Canada Licorice Denmark Svenskeren Belgium Nisqy United States Sneaky United States Zeyzal South Korea Reapered
United States Blaber United States Deftly
United States Clutch Gaming South Korea Huni South Korea Lira United States Damonte Canada Cody Sun Canada Vulcan United States Thinkcard
Canada Rodov
South Korea (LCK)
South Korea SK Telecom T1 South Korea Khan South Korea Clid South Korea Faker South Korea Teddy South Korea Effort South Korea Zefa
South Korea Haru South Korea Mata South Korea kkOma
South Korea Griffin South Korea Sword South Korea Tarzan South Korea Chovy South Korea Viper South Korea Lehends South Korea Chaos
South Korea Doran South Korea Kabbie
South Korea DAMWON Gaming South Korea Nuguri South Korea Canyon South Korea ShowMaker South Korea Nuclear South Korea BeryL South Korea Kim
South Korea Punch South Korea Hoit South Korea Micro
Taiwan/Hong Kong/Macau (LMS)
Taiwan J Team Taiwan Rest Taiwan Hana Taiwan FoFo Taiwan Lilv Taiwan Koala Taiwan REFRA1N
Taiwan Anan
Taiwan ahq e-Sports Club Taiwan Ziv Taiwan Alex South Korea Rainbow Taiwan Wako Taiwan Ysera Taiwan NeXAbc
Taiwan Apex
Hong Kong Hong Kong Attitude Taiwan 3z South Korea Crash Taiwan M1ssion Hong Kong MnM Hong Kong Kaiwing Singapore Chawy
Hong Kong Unified
Vietnam (VCS)
Vietnam GAM Esports Vietnam Zeros Vietnam Levi Vietnam Kiaya Vietnam Zin Vietnam Slay Vietnam Yuna
Vietnam Yoshino Vietnam Hieu3 Vietnam Tinikun
Vietnam Lowkey Esports Vietnam Hani Vietnam DNK Vietnam Artifact Vietnam Celebrity Vietnam Venus Vietnam NixWater
Vietnam KingJ Vietnam Aci
Brazil (CBLOL)
Brazil Flamengo eSports Brazil Robo South Korea Shrimp Brazil Goku Brazil brTT South Korea Luci Brazil Von
Brazil Juzinho South Korea Reven
Commonwealth of Independent States (LCL)
Russia Unicorns of Love Russia BOSS Russia AHaHaCiK Russia Nomanz Bulgaria Innaxe Armenia Edward Germany Sheepy
Russia Invi
Japan (LJL)
Japan DetonatioN FocusMe Japan Evi South Korea Steal Japan Ceros Japan Yutapon South Korea Gaeng Japan Kazu
Japan Gismo China Ramune[a]
Latin America (LLA)
Argentina Isurus Gaming Uruguay Buggax Peru Oddie Mexico Seiya Chile Warangelus Chile Slow Mexico Yeti
Chile Kouzze Argentina Pierre
Oceania (OPL)
Australia Mammoth Australia Fudge Australia Babip Australia Triple Australia k1ng Australia Destiny Australia Phantiks
South Korea Topoon Australia Cuden
Turkey (TCL)
Turkey Royal Youth Turkey Armut Turkey Closer South Korea Cyeol South Korea Pilot Turkey Tolerant Greece Enatron
Turkey Chosen
Southeast Asia (LST)
Thailand MEGA Esports Thailand Rockky Thailand Lloyd Thailand G4 South Korea DeuL South Korea PoP Thailand WarL0cK
Thailand Hammock

Play-in stage[edit]

  • Venue: LEC Studio, Berlin, Germany.[1]

Round 1[edit]

  • Date and time: October 2–5, began at 13:00 CEST (UTC+02:00) in the first leg and 12:00 in the second.
  • Twelve teams are drawn into four groups, with three teams in each group.
  • Double round robin, all matches are best-of-one.
  • If teams have same win-loss record and head to head, they will play a tie-breaker match for first or second-place.
  • The top two teams of each group advance to the second round. The third-place team is eliminated.

Group A[edit]

# Team - CG UOL MMM W L TB1 TB2
1 United States Clutch Gaming CG - 0-2 2-0 2 2 W
2 Russia Unicorns of Love UOL 2-0 - 0-2 2 2 W L
3 Australia Mammoth MMM 0-2 2-0 - 2 2 L
Date Game Blue side Result Red side
Wed, Oct 2 1 United States CG L W Russia UOL
2 Australia MMM W L Russia UOL
3 Australia MMM L W United States CG
Fri, Oct 4 4 Russia UOL W L United States CG
5 Russia UOL L W Australia MMM
6 United States CG W L Australia MMM
TB1 Australia MMM L W Russia UOL
TB2 United States CG W L Russia UOL

Tiebreaker placement was based on the combined game times of teams' victories. The two teams with the longest total game times, Mammoth (78:45) and the Unicorns of Love (76:57), played in the first tiebreaker match for a spot in the second round of the play-in stage. Clutch Gaming had the shortest total game time (63:37) and went directly to the second tiebreaker match, which determined the first place team in Group A.[4]

Group B[edit]

# Team - SPY ISG DFM W L
1 Europe Splyce SPY - 2-0 1-1 3 1
2 Argentina Isurus Gaming ISG 0-2 - 2-0 2 2
3 Japan DetonatioN FocusMe DFM 1-1 0-2 - 1 3
Date Game Blue side Result Red side
Wed, Oct 2 1 Japan DFM L W Europe SPY
2 Japan DFM L W Argentina ISG
3 Europe SPY W L Argentina ISG
Fri, Oct 4 4 Europe SPY L W Japan DFM
5 Argentina ISG W L Japan DFM
6 Argentina ISG L W Europe SPY

Group C[edit]

# Team - HKA LK MG W L
1 Hong Kong Hong Kong Attitude HKA - 1-1 2-0 3 1
2 Vietnam Lowkey Esports LK 1-1 - 1-1 2 2
3 Thailand MEGA Esports MG 0-2 1-1 - 1 3
Date Game Blue side Result Red side
Thu, Oct 3 1 Thailand MG L W Hong Kong HKA
2 Thailand MG W L Vietnam LK
3 Hong Kong HKA L W Vietnam LK
Sat, Oct 5 4 Hong Kong HKA W L Thailand MG
5 Vietnam LK W L Thailand MG
6 Vietnam LK L W Hong Kong HKA

Group D[edit]

# Team - DWG RYL FLA W L TB
1 South Korea DAMWON Gaming DWG - 2-0 2-0 4 0
2 Turkey Royal Youth RYL 0-2 - 1-1 1 3 W
3 Brazil Flamengo eSports FLA 0-2 1-1 - 1 3 L
Date Game Blue side Result Red side
Thu, Oct 3 1 Turkey RYL L W South Korea DWG
2 South Korea DWG W L Brazil FLA
3 Turkey RYL L W Brazil FLA
Sat, Oct 5 4 South Korea DWG W L Turkey RYL
5 Brazil FLA L W South Korea DWG
6 Brazil FLA L W Turkey RYL
TB Turkey RYL W L Brazil FLA

Round 2[edit]

  • Eight teams are drawn randomly into a single-elimination match, with first-place teams of each group facing second-place teams of another group.
  • All matches are best-of-five.
  • The first-place team chooses the side for all odd-numbered games, while the second-place team chooses the side of even-numbered games.
  • The winner advances to the main event group stage as pool #3.

Match 1[edit]

  • Date and time: October 7, 13:00 CEST (UTC+02:00)
Team Result
D1 South Korea DAMWON Gaming (DWG) 3
C2 Vietnam Lowkey Esports (LK) 1
Game Blue side Result Red side
1 Vietnam LK W L South Korea DWG
2 South Korea DWG W L Vietnam LK
3 South Korea DWG W L Vietnam LK
4 Vietnam LK L W South Korea DWG
5 x - - x

Match 2[edit]

  • Date and time: October 7, 18:00 CEST (UTC+02:00)
Team Result
A1 United States Clutch Gaming (CG) 3
D2 Turkey Royal Youth (RYL) 0
Game Blue side Result Red side
1 United States CG W L Turkey RYL
2 United States CG W L Turkey RYL
3 United States CG W L Turkey RYL
4 x - - x
5 x - - x

Match 3[edit]

  • Date and time: October 8, 13:00 CEST (UTC+02:00)
Team Result
C1 Hong Kong Hong Kong Attitude (HKA) 3
B2 Argentina Isurus Gaming (ISG) 1
Game Blue side Result Red side
1 Hong Kong HKA W L Argentina ISG
2 Argentina ISG W L Hong Kong HKA
3 Hong Kong HKA W L Argentina ISG
4 Argentina ISG L W Hong Kong HKA
5 x - - x

Match 4[edit]

  • Date and time: October 8, 18:00 CEST (UTC+02:00)
Team Result
B1 Europe Splyce (SPY) 3
A2 Russia Unicorns of Love (UOL) 2
Game Blue side Result Red side
1 Russia UOL W L Europe SPY
2 Europe SPY W L Russia UOL
3 Europe SPY W L Russia UOL
4 Russia UOL W L Europe SPY
5 Europe SPY W L Russia UOL

Group stage[edit]

  • Venue: Verti Music Hall, Berlin, Germany[1]
  • Date: October 12–20.
  • Sixteen teams are drawn into four groups with four teams in each group. Teams of the same region cannot be placed in the same group.
  • Double round robin, all matches are best-of-one.
  • If teams have the same win-loss record and head-to-head record, a tiebreaker match is played for first or second place.
  • The top two teams of each group advance to the knockout stage. The bottom two teams are eliminated.

Group A[edit]

# Team - GRF G2 C9 HKA W L TB
1 South Korea Griffin GRF - 1-1 2-0 2-0 5 1 W
2 Europe G2 Esports G2 1-1 - 2-0 2-0 5 1 L
3 United States Cloud9 C9 0-2 0-2 - 2-0 2 4
4 Hong Kong Hong Kong Attitude HKA 0-2 0-2 0-2 - 0 6
Date Game Blue side Result Red side
Sun, Oct 13 1 South Korea GRF L W Europe G2
2 United States C9 W L Hong Kong HKA
Mon, Oct 14 3 South Korea GRF W L Hong Kong HKA
4 Europe G2 W L United States C9
Tue, Oct 15 5 United States C9 L W South Korea GRF
6 Hong Kong HKA L W Europe G2
Fri, Oct 18 7 South Korea GRF W L United States C9
8 Europe G2 W L Hong Kong HKA
9 Hong Kong HKA L W South Korea GRF
10 United States C9 L W Europe G2
11 Hong Kong HKA L W United States C9
12 Europe G2 L W South Korea GRF
TB Europe G2 L W South Korea GRF

Group B[edit]

# Team - FPX SPY JT GAM W L TB
1 China FunPlus Phoenix FPX - 1-1 1-1 2-0 4 2 W
2 Europe Splyce SPY 1-1 - 1-1 2-0 4 2 L
3 Taiwan J Team JT 1-1 1-1 - 1-1 3 3
4 Vietnam GAM Esports GAM 0-2 0-2 1-1 - 1 5
Date Game Blue side Result Red side
Sat, Oct 12 1 Taiwan JT W L China FPX
2 Vietnam GAM L W Europe SPY
Mon, Oct 14 3 China FPX W L Europe SPY
4 Taiwan JT L W Vietnam GAM
Tue, Oct 15 5 China FPX W L Vietnam GAM
6 Europe SPY L W Taiwan JT
Thu, Oct 17 7 Vietnam GAM L W China FPX
8 Taiwan JT L W Europe SPY
9 Vietnam GAM L W Taiwan JT
10 Europe SPY W L China FPX
11 Europe SPY W L Vietnam GAM
12 China FPX W L Taiwan JT
TB China FPX W L Europe SPY

Group C[edit]

# Team - SKT FNC RNG CG W L
1 South Korea SK Telecom T1 SKT - 1-1 2-0 2-0 5 1
2 Europe Fnatic FNC 1-1 - 1-1 2-0 4 2
3 China Royal Never Give Up RNG 0-2 1-1 - 2-0 3 3
4 United States Clutch Gaming CG 0-2 0-2 0-2 - 0 6
Date Game Blue side Result Red side
Sat, Oct 12 1 Europe FNC L W South Korea SKT
2 China RNG W L United States CG
Sun, Oct 13 3 South Korea SKT W L China RNG
4 Europe FNC W L United States CG
Tue, Oct 15 5 China RNG W L Europe FNC
6 United States CG L W South Korea SKT
Sat, Oct 19 7 China RNG L W South Korea SKT
8 United States CG L W Europe FNC
9 South Korea SKT L W Europe FNC
10 United States CG L W China RNG
11 South Korea SKT W L United States CG
12 Europe FNC W L China RNG

Group D[edit]

# Team - DWG IG TL AHQ W L
1 South Korea DAMWON Gaming DWG - 2-0 1-1 2-0 5 1
2 China Invictus Gaming IG 0-2 - 2-0 2-0 4 2
3 United States Team Liquid TL 1-1 0-2 - 2-0 3 3
4 Taiwan ahq e-Sports Club AHQ 0-2 0-2 0-2 - 0 6
Date Game Blue side Result Red side
Sat, Oct 12 1 China IG W L Taiwan AHQ
2 South Korea DWG L W United States TL
Sun, Oct 13 3 United States TL L W China IG
4 Taiwan AHQ L W South Korea DWG
Mon, Oct 14 5 China IG L W South Korea DWG
6 Taiwan AHQ L W United States TL
Sun, Oct 20 7 Taiwan AHQ L W China IG
8 United States TL L W South Korea DWG
9 United States TL W L Taiwan AHQ
10 South Korea DWG W L China IG
11 South Korea DWG W L Taiwan AHQ
12 China IG W L United States TL

Knockout stage[edit]

  • Eight teams are drawn into a single elimination bracket.
  • All matches are best-of-five.
  • The first-place team of each group is drawn against the second-place team of a different group.
  • The first-place team chooses the side for all odd-numbered games, while the second-place team chooses the side of even-numbered games.
  • Teams from same group will be on opposite sides of the bracket, meaning they cannot play each other until the Finals.
Quarter-finals Semi-finals Finals
         
A1 South Korea Griffin 1
D2 China Invictus Gaming 3
D2 China Invictus Gaming 1
B1 China FunPlus Phoenix 3
B1 China FunPlus Phoenix 3
C2 Europe Fnatic 1
China FunPlus Phoenix 3
Europe G2 Esports 0
C1 South Korea SK Telecom T1 3
B2 Europe Splyce 1
C1 South Korea SK Telecom T1 1
A2 Europe G2 Esports 3
D1 South Korea DAMWON Gaming 1
A2 Europe G2 Esports 3

Quarter-finals[edit]

Match 1[edit]

  • Date: October 26.
Team Result
A1 South Korea Griffin (GRF) 1
D2 China Invictus Gaming (IG) 3
Game Blue side Result Red side
1 China IG W L South Korea GRF
2 South Korea GRF L W China IG
3 China IG L W South Korea GRF
4 South Korea GRF L W China IG
5 x - - x

Match 2[edit]

  • Date: October 26
Team Result
B1 China FunPlus Phoenix (FPX) 3
C2 Europe Fnatic (FNC) 1
Game Blue side Result Red side
1 China FPX W L Europe FNC
2 Europe FNC L W China FPX
3 China FPX L W Europe FNC
4 China FPX W L Europe FNC
5 x - - x

Match 3[edit]

  • Date: October 27.
Team Result
C1 South Korea SK Telecom T1 (SKT) 3
B2 Europe Splyce (SPY) 1
Game Blue side Result Red side
1 Europe SPY L W South Korea SKT
2 South Korea SKT W L Europe SPY
3 South Korea SKT L W Europe SPY
4 South Korea SKT W L Europe SPY
5 x - - x

Match 4[edit]

  • Date: October 27.
Team Result
D1 South Korea DAMWON Gaming (DWG) 1
A2 Europe G2 Esports (G2) 3
Game Blue side Result Red side
1 Europe G2 W L South Korea DWG
2 Europe G2 L W South Korea DWG
3 Europe G2 W L South Korea DWG
4 Europe G2 W L South Korea DWG
5 x - - x

Semi-finals[edit]

  • Venue: Palacio Vistalegre, Madrid, Spain[1]
  • The winner(s) will advance to the Finals.

Match 1[edit]

  • Date: November 2.
Team Result
China Invictus Gaming (IG) 1
China FunPlus Phoenix (FPX) 3
Game Blue side Result Red side
1 China FPX W L China IG
2 China IG W L China FPX
3 China FPX W L China IG
4 China IG L W China FPX
5 x - - x

Match 2[edit]

  • Date: November 3.
  • The most viewed live match in esports history, peaking at 3,985,787 viewers globally (excluding China).[5][6]
Team Result
Europe G2 Esports (G2) 3
South Korea SK Telecom T1 (SKT) 1
Game Blue side Result Red side
1 South Korea SKT L W Europe G2
2 Europe G2 L W South Korea SKT
3 South Korea SKT L W Europe G2
4 Europe G2 W L South Korea SKT
5 x - - x

Finals[edit]

  • Venue: AccorHotels Arena, Paris, France[1]
  • Date: November 10 12:00 UTC (Game 1 at 13:00 UTC) [7][8]
  • The members of the winning team will lift the Summoner's Cup, earning their title as the League of Legends 2019 World Champions.
Team Result
China FunPlus Phoenix (FPX) 3
Europe G2 Esports (G2) 0
Game Blue side Result Red side
1 China FPX W L Europe G2
2 Europe G2 L W China FPX
3 China FPX W L Europe G2
4 x - - x
5 x - - x

Ranking[edit]

Team ranking[edit]

  • (*) Not include tie-break games.
Place Region Team PS1 PS2 GS QF SF Finals Prize (%) Prize (USD)
1st LPL China FunPlus Phoenix 4-2 3-1 3-1 3-0 37.5%
2nd LEC Europe G2 Esports 5-1 3-1 3-1 0-3 13.5%
3rd–4th LCK South Korea SK Telecom T1 5-1 3-1 1-3 7%
LPL China Invictus Gaming 4-2 3-1 1-3
5th–8th LCK South Korea DAMWON Gaming 4-0 3-1 5-1 1-3 4%
LCK South Korea Griffin* 5-1 1-3
LEC Europe Splyce* 3-1 3-2 4-2 1-3
LEC Europe Fnatic 4-2 1-3
9th–11th LMS Taiwan J Team 3-3 2.25%
LPL China Royal Never Give Up 3-3
LCS United States Team Liquid 3-3
12th LCS United States Cloud9 2-4
13th VCS Vietnam GAM Esports 1-5 1.25%
14th–16th LMS Taiwan ahq e-Sports Club 0-6
LMS Hong Kong Hong Kong Attitude 3-1 3-1 0-6
LCS United States Clutch Gaming* 2-2 3-0 0-6
17th LCL Russia Unicorns of Love* 2-2 2-3 0.75%
18th–19th VCS Vietnam Lowkey Esports 2-2 1-3
LLA Argentina Isurus Gaming 2-2 1-3
20th TCL Turkey Royal Youth* 1-3 0-3
21st OPL Australia Mammoth* 2-2 0.5%
22nd–24th CBLOL Brazil Flamengo eSports* 1-3
LJL Japan DetonatioN FocusMe 1-3
LST Thailand MEGA Esports 1-3
Place Region Team PS1 PS2 GS QF SF Finals Prize (%) Prize (USD)

Regional ranking[edit]

  • The win-ratio is determined by number of won games compared the number of games played.
  • Bracket stage wins are prioritized.
  • (*) Does not include tiebreaker games.
Place Region League Teams Play-in Round 1
(4 games total)
Play-in Round 2
(Best-of-five)
Group stage
(6 games total)
Quarterfinals
(Best-of-five)
Semifinals
(Best-of-five)
Finals
(Best-of-five)
1st China LPL 3G 3 teams
13W-7L
(65%)
2 teams
6W-2L
(75%)
2 teams
4W-4L
(50%)
3W-0L

(100%)

2nd Europe LEC 2G+1P 1 team
3W-1L
(75%)*
1 team
3W-2L
(60%)
3 teams
13W-5L
(72.22%)
3 teams
5W-7L
(41.66%)
1 team

3W-1L

(75%)

0W-3L

(0%)

3rd Korea LCK 2G+1P 1 team
4W-0L
(100%)*
1 team
3W-1L
(75%)
3 teams
15W-3L
(83.33%)
3 teams
5W-7L
(41.66%)
1 team

1W-3L

(25%)

4th North America LCS 2G+1P 1 team
2W-2L
(50%)*
1 team
3W-0L
(100%)
3 teams
5W-13L
(27.77%)
5th TW/HK/MO LMS 2G+1P 1 team
3W-1L
(75%)
1 team
3W-1L
(75%)
3 teams
3W-15L
(16.66%)
6th Vietnam VCS 1G+1P 1 team
2W-2L
(50%)
1 team
1W-3L
(25%)
1 team
1W-5L
(16.66%)
7th CIS LCL 1P 1 team
2W-2L
(50%)*
1 team
2W-3L
(40%)
8th Latin America LLA 1P 1 team
2W-2L
(50%)
1 team
1W-3L
(25%)
9th Turkey TCL 1P 1 team
1W-3L
(25%)*
1 team
0W-3L
(0%)
10th Oceania OPL 1P 1 team
2W-2L
(50%)*
11th–13th Brazil CBLOL 1P 1 team
1W-3L
(25%)*
Japan LJL 1P 1 team
1W-3L
(25%)
Southeast Asia LST 1P 1 team
1W-3L
(25%)

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Ramune is a Chinese national but has permanent residency status in Japan.

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