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In a remarkable turn of events, the match-ups for the League of Legends World Championship Semi-Final almost perfectly mirror what we saw last year. For the second season running, we will see two Chinese teams compete on one side of the bracket while the respective champions from South Korea and
The League of Legends World Championship is down to just eight teams and the Quarter-Finals have produced quite the fascinating draw. On one side of the bracket, Europe's second seeds Fnatic are joined by all three of China's LoL Pro League (LPL) remaining teams while Europe's top seed G2 Esports
Who look like the best teams in the world? The Group Stages of the League of Legends World Championship 2020 are well underway as every team has now faced all of its fellow group members once, giving us a reasonable idea of each squad’s strength. However, anything can happen
After eight weeks of unbelievable results, the League of Legends European Championship (LEC) has its six Summer Playoffs teams as well as its first World Championship participant but every team still has plenty of work to do. For the first time ever, Europe will send four teams, rather than the
The League of Legends World Championship is a fantastic time of year. Not only do we get to witness astonishing plays that our silver brains can barely comprehend but we also get to enjoy weeks of high stakes and juicy drama as there are always surprising results. You can join