2020 League Of Legends World Championship

2/15/2022by admin

Scoreboard.com provides League of Legends World Championship standings, fixtures, live scores, results and match details with additional information (e.g. Head-to-head stats, odds comparison). Follow League of Legends World Championship and 5000+ competitions on Scoreboard.com! First of all, you need to know that the main event and the beginning of Worlds 2020 are different events, which will start on different dates. 2020 League of Legends World Championship begins 25th September 2020. All events will take place in Shanghai, China. But the main event of LoL Worlds 2020 Championship will start October 3rd, 2020. And if you are interested in seeding and The Play-In and Group Draws show, you should turn on Youtube (we share the link below) September 15th. Worlds finals will be on 31st October 2020. You can see your local time schedule here. Before the games, there will an opening ceremony with a new song from KDA and the great performance that you shouldn’t miss. The teams will play the best of five games and after that, we will know the name Worlds 2020 winner.

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As part of our ongoing commitment to building and sustaining a long-term future for the fans, players, teams, and partners of League of Legends esports, we’re proud to announce the host regions for the 2019, 2020, and 2021 League of Legends World Championships.

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We want to ensure that our event experiences are among the best in sports. By creating more lead time for our major global event planning cycles, we will provide fans, players, teams, and partners with more time to plan ahead as well. We believe that this an important step that will help unlock more value for everyone that participates in our events around the world.

Our 2019–2021 roadmap sees us returning to the homes of several of our most competitive leagues.

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Worlds 2019: Europe

Next year, Worlds will return to Europe, four years after the last Europe-based Worlds concluded in Berlin, Germany. While information on stage-by-stage host cities and other details are forthcoming, the 2019 World Championship Finals will take place in the City of Lights: Paris, France at the AccorHotels Arena. Look for more news from our European league regarding long-term partnerships and more in early November.


Worlds 2020: China

During the 2017 World Championship in China, we reached new viewership milestones rivaling those of major traditional sporting events. More than 80 million viewers tuned in for Semifinals, and a crowd of over 40,000 fans packed a sold-out Beijing National Stadium (Bird’s Nest) at Finals.


We hope to follow that success at Worlds 2020, which will be a banner year for League of Legends esports as we bring our 10th World Championship to one of our largest and most passionate fan bases.

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2020 League Of Legends World Championship Schedule

Worlds 2021: North America

North America has played host to three of our past eight World Championships. As the North American LCS continues to grow and develop alongside team partners, we’re excited to return to the region in 2021.

For fans living outside of these regions, we look forward to sharing news regarding some of the new countries that we’ll be visiting with global events—such as the Mid-Season Invitational and the All-Star Event—in the future!

South Korea's DAMWON Gaming defeated China's Suning 3-1 to claim the 2020 League of Legends World Championship on Saturday in front of 6,000 fans at the newly opened Pudong Stadium in Shanghai, China.

After a month of competition among 22 of the best teams in the world in a quarantined bubble setting in Shanghai, the South Korean No. 1 seed outlasted the rest of the competition to hoist the Summoner's Cup in the 10th iteration of the world's most watched esports event, with last year's final bringing in more than 100 million viewers worldwide.

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DAMWON Gaming began their tournament as one of the favorites and entered the final by amassing a 34-3 record in the tournament heading into the clash against Suning. DWG finished first in their pool during the group stage en route to a dominant bracket stage performance, steamrolling fellow South Korean side DRX 3-0 in the quarterfinals before crushing Europe's top seed, G2 Esports, in the semifinals. In the decisive Game 4 victory over G2, DAMWON recorded the quickest victory in world championship history with a time of 19 minutes and 3 seconds.

The League of Legends World Championship is hosted by Riot Games, the developer of the game. Since 2011, with the inaugural seasonal championship in Jönköping, Sweden, the world championship final has become a worldwide phenomenon, selling out stadiums and arenas from Beijing's Beijing National Stadium to Staples Center in Los Angeles. Although no fans were permitted in attendance for the tournament before the last match, a lottery was held for more than 3 million hopefuls in China to select 6,000 socially distanced fans to attend the finale in Shanghai.

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