LoL Records/World Championship
Welcome to the LoL Records page for LoL's World Championship (Worlds). In here you will find a list of team and player records that have been established throughout the history of the World Championship, as well as some general and intriguing facts!
|Inaugural Champions||Fnatic||Worlds 2011|
|Oldest Org to win Worlds||Fnatic||Founded in March 2011|
|Youngest Org to win Worlds||FunPlus Phoenix||Founded in December 2017|
|Most Championships||SK Telecom T1||3|
|Most Consecutive Championships||SK Telecom T1||2|
|First Championship Team with Imports (Worlds 2018)||Invictus Gaming|
|Most Championships||Faker & bengi||3|
|Oldest Worlds Champion||Ambition||25 years old|
|Youngest Worlds Champion||Cyanide||16 years old|
|First and only player to win on two different organizations||Duke||SKT & IG|
|Only Spanish Player to win Worlds||xPeke||Worlds 2011|
|Only Polish Player to win Worlds||Shushei||Worlds 2011|
|Only Finnish Player to win Worlds||Cyanide||Worlds 2011|
|Only Hong Konger Player to win Worlds||Toyz||Worlds 2012|
|Mid Lane Imports to win Worlds||Rookie & Doinb||Worlds 2018 & Worlds 2019|
|Top Laner with most titles||Duke||2|
|Jungler with most titles||bengi||3|
|Mid Laner with most titles||Faker||3|
|AD Carry with most titles||Bang||2|
|Support with most titles||Wolf||2|
- South Korea is by far the most dominant region at Worlds, having won five of the eight World Championships.
- Five different orgs have won Worlds ( FNC, TPA, SKT, SSG, IG), while nine different orgs have been in the Worlds finals ( FNC, TPA, SKT, SSG, IG, aAa, AZF, RNG, KOO). Samsung White's 2014 Worlds win counts towards the Samsung org, while Royal Club and Star Horn Royal Club's finals appearances in 2013 and 2014 count towards the Royal Never Give Up org.
- Fnatic's Worlds 2011 title was the last time a team with western players won Worlds, while their Worlds 2018 finals appearance is the first time since 2011 that a team with western players made the finals.
- Worlds 2011 and 2018 are also the only editions of the event to not feature a South Korean team in the finals
- The longest standing member and former Worlds champion of any org is SK Telecom T1's Faker, having been part of the organization since February 2013.