League of Legends Worlds

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Worlds 2021 group draw concludes: Which groups are the EU LEC teams in and what chance do Mad Lions, Fnatic and Rogue have of reaching playoffs?

The League of Legends World Championship (Worlds) 2021 group draw has been completed and the four groups have been confirmed. Jankos, the jungler for G2, who failed to qualify for Worlds this time around, today drew the groups for the tournament which takes place in Iceland in October 2021. Teams have of course been making preparations for the competition, with the likes of Cloud9 contracting Icelandic esports org Dusty as an exclusive 2021 Worlds partner to help them train ahead of the tournament. Continue reading Worlds 2021 group draw concludes: Which groups are the EU LEC teams in and what…

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Cloud9 contract Icelandic esports org Dusty as exclusive 2021 Worlds partner

By Dom Sacco and Megalodontus North American esports powerhouse Cloud9 have teamed up with Iceland’s largest esports org, Dusty, who have played in the UK/Nordics NLC competition. Cloud9 have contracted Dusty as their exclusive 2021 Worlds partner to ‘ensure optimal success’ in League of Legends’ most prestigious esports competition, which kicks off in Iceland from October 2021. As Worlds partner, Dusty will provide training facilities, logistics support, promotional opportunities and other services to add to Cloud9’s success. Continue reading Cloud9 contract Icelandic esports org Dusty as exclusive 2021 Worlds partner

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Fnatic qualify for Worlds, eliminate G2 Esports from Worlds contention, Fnatic CEO Sam Mathews throws shade at G2

Image credit: LoL Esports Flickr UK-based org Fnatic has beaten EU behemoth G2 Esports in a thrilling five-game series to secure the team’s place at League of Legends Worlds. Fnatic has qualified for the World Championships every year since 2016. This is the first time in G2’s history that they won’t appear at Worlds (since they began in European LoL in 2016). G2 took game one with excellent team fighting and good execution after what started as a close match. Continue reading Fnatic qualify for Worlds, eliminate G2 Esports from Worlds contention, Fnatic CEO Sam Mathews throws shade at G2

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MediVedi, Caedrel, Machine and more added to Worlds 2020 broadcast talent line-up

A host of British casting talent is joining the League of Legends 2020 World Championship broadcast. First up, LEC casters Aaron ‘Medic’ Chamberlain and Andrew ‘Vedius’ Day (the duo known as MediVedi) will be joining after a solid LEC summer season. pic.twitter.com/F3he8CKHzu — Medic (@MedicCasts) September 18, 2020 I am also casting worlds. As a hobby though, don’t look into it too much, it doesn’t mean anything, stop asking, seriously. — Andy Day (@RiotVedius) September 18, 2020 Alex ‘Machine’ Richardson has also been confirmed for the Worlds 2020 broadcast. Machine is typically known for his work in Counter-Strike, but has…