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2019 World Championship
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League Information
OrganizerRiot Games
SponsorMastercard
Alienware
Secretlab
Event TypeOffline
CountryEurope Europe
Start Date2019-10-02
End Date2019-11-10
Event History
20182020
Venue/s

Play-In Stage at LEC Studio, Berlin Germany

Group Stage at Verti Music Hall, Berlin Germany

Quarterfinals & Semifinals at Palacio Vistalegre, Madrid Spain

Finals at AccorHotels Arena, Paris France

The 2019 League of Legends World Championship (2019 Worlds) is an upcoming international League of Legends tournament, taking place in Europe to conclude the 2019 League of Legends esports Season. The tournament is organized by Riot Games. A total of 24 teams from 14 different regions will participate and fight for the Summoner's Cup and the lion share of the competition's prize pool - the biggest professional League of Legends has to offer.

Overview

Format

  • 13 regions, 24 teams [Show]


  • Play-In
  • Main Event
  • Group Stage
    • 12 teams total
    • 4 groups of 3 teams
    • Double Round Robin
    • Best of 1 matches
    • Top two teams from each group advance to Round 2
  • Knockout Stage
    • 8 teams, 4 single matches (#1 seed vs #2 seed)
    • Best of 5 matches
    • Winners of each match advance to Group Stage
  • Group Stage
    • Teams are divided into 4 groups
    • Double Round Robin
    • Best of 1 matches
    • Top two teams from each group advance to Knockout Stage
  • Knockout Stage
    • Single elimination bracket
    • Best of 5 matches

Participating Teams

Worlds 2019 Participants
Europe Europe Taiwan Taiwan / HK South Korea South Korea USA North America China China Brazil Brazil Commonwealth of Independent States CIS Japan Japan Turkey Turkey Chile Latin America Australia Oceania Vietnam Vietnam South East Asia Southeast Asia
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Prize Pool

Play-In Stage

Group Stage

Knockout Stage

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Regional Distribution

  • Teams
  • Players
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Groups
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Winner
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Note: Country of Birth is used. Only the players who played a game will be counted.

Schedule & VODs

References