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Riot Games announced on Thursday that this year's Mid-Season Invitational will be canceled due to the global coronavirus pandemic, and changes will be made to the League of Legends World Championship at the end of the year.

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April 23, 2020 Reading Time: 3min read Riot Games has officially canceled the Mid-Season Invitational (MSI), its second-largest annual international League of Legends competition. Originally delayed, it is unlikely that teams would be able to travel internationally to compete. While MSI 2020 will no longer be transpiring in 2020, Riot is already doing its best to prepare for Worlds 2020, which will be the only international tournament that could be held this year. League of Legends February 26, 2020 15:09 The League of Legends Mid-Season Invitational has been postponed due to COVID-19 The LoL MSI joins a growing list of esports tournaments postponed or canceled due to the outbreak. Full information about Mid-Season Invitational 2020 LoL. Match results, VODs, streams, team rosters, schedule. LoL News Matches Events Teams Players. Mid-Season Invitational 2020 LoL. 0000-00-00 - 0000-00-00. $0. Event: MSI 2020: Series: MSI: Dates: 0000-00-00 - 0000-00-00: Prize Pool: $0: Tier – Matches Teams Players News. League of Legends' MSI 2020 on hold due to coronavirus By FIELD LEVEL MEDIA 2 Min Read The coronavirus outbreak in Asia and Europe continues to impact the esports world, with the League of Legends.

'Based on the modeling of our external risk advisors... it appears highly unlikely that either the global spread/impact of COVID-19 or the restrictive travel and public gathering policies responding to the crisis will abate significantly by the time of MSI's current planned dates (July 3-19),' Riot said in a statement. 'With this model plus ​input from health authorities, local governments, regional leagues and teams, travel experts, and other stakeholders, we have made the difficult decision to not hold MSI in 2020.'

On March 10, Riot announced that MSI would be postponed until the midsummer split, starting on July 3 and running through July 19. Since then, all delayed and postponed domestic leagues have come back as online tournaments, but an international midseason tournament was still not feasible due to travel restrictions.

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Riot will turn its focus to the 2020 League of Legends World Championship, which is planned for some time after summer splits conclude.

'We are totally committed to delivering the biggest spectacle we've ever produced in China to celebrate our sport's 10-year anniversary. While we must remain nimble with our plans, we are eager to celebrate everything that we love about League of Legends with a memorable Worlds 2020,' Riot's statement read.

Due to the cancellation of MSI and the offseason merger of the LoL Master Series with the League of Legends Southeast Asia Tour (now the Pacific Championship Series), Worlds will have a different seeding setup.

China and Europe are ranked first and second thanks to their teams' international results over the past two years. This will give them each four seeds going into 2020 Worlds. Due to their performance over the past two years, the Vietnam Championship Series will receive a second seed.

The seeding for 2020 Worlds are as follows:

2020
  • Four teams each: LoL Pro League (China), League of Legends European Championship (Europe).

  • Three teams each: LoL Champions Korea (South Korea), League of Legends Championship Series (North America).

  • Two teams each: Pacific Championship Series (Southeast Asia), Vietnam Championship Series (Vietnam).

  • One team each: CBLOL (Brazil), TCL (Turkey), LJL (Japan), LLA (Latin America), OPL (Oceania), LCL (Commonwealth of Independent States)

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Mid-Season Invitational
SportLeague of Legends
Founded2015
Inaugural season2015
Owner(s)Riot Games
No. of teams13
Venue(s)Rotating locations
Most recent
champion(s)
G2 Esports
(1st title)
Most titlesT1
(2 titles)
QualificationWinners of regional leagues in Spring split .
TV partner(s)Twitch, YouTube
Sponsor(s)Riot Games
Level on pyramidMajor
Related
competitions
World Championship
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The Mid-Season Invitational (MSI) is an annual League of Legends tournament hosted by publisher Riot Games since 2015. It is the second most important international League of Legends tournament aside from the World Championship.[1][2]

In 2015 and 2016, the event featured the Spring Split champions of the five major competitive League of Legends regional leagues (LEC, LCS, LCK, LMS, LPL), as well as a wildcard team from a less region determined by the International Wildcard Invitational, held a few weeks beforehand.[3] In its inaugural tournament, Chinese team Edward Gaming emerged victorious by defeating South Korean team SK Telecom T1 3–2 in the final.[4]

Since 2017, Spring Split champions of all regions will qualify for the event. The International Wildcard Invitational was replaced by the Play-in Stage. The best Wildcard region in MSI will directly receive a spot in the World Championship's Group Stage for that year for their Summer Split champion. The top four regions in MSI will get the pool-1 spot in the World Championship's Group Stage.

T1 from LCK of South Korea is the most successful team with two MSI titles (2016 and 2017).

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Overview[edit]

Results[edit]

YearLocationFinalSemifinalists
ChampionScoreRunner-up
2015TallahasseeEdward Gaming32SK Telecom T1ahq e-Sports ClubFnatic
2016ShanghaiSK Telecom T130Counter Logic GamingFlash WolvesRoyal Never Give Up
2017São Paulo
Rio de Janeiro
SK Telecom T131G2 EsportsTeam WEFlash Wolves
2018Berlin
Paris
Royal Never Give Up31Kingzone DragonXFlash WolvesFnatic
2019Ho Chi Minh City
Hanoi
Taipei
G2 Esports30Team LiquidSK Telecom T1Invictus Gaming
2020Cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic[5] and replaced with the Mid-Season Streamathon
2021Reykjavík

Teams reaching top four[edit]

TeamTitlesRunner-upSemifinalists
T1[6]2 (2016, 2017)1 (2015)1 (2019)
G2 Esports1 (2019)1 (2017)
Royal Never Give Up1 (2018)1 (2016)
Edward Gaming1 (2015)
Counter Logic Gaming1 (2016)
DRX[7]1 (2018)
Team Liquid1 (2019)
Flash Wolves3 (2016, 2017, 2018)
Fnatic2 (2015, 2018)
ahq e-Sports Club1 (2015)
Team WE1 (2017)
Invictus Gaming1 (2019)

Regions reaching top four[edit]

RegionTitlesRunner-upSemifinalists
South Korea (LCK)2 (2016, 2017)2 (2015, 2018)1 (2019)
China (LPL)2 (2015, 2018)3 (2016, 2017, 2019)
Europe (LEC)1 (2019)1 (2017)2 (2015, 2018)
North America (LCS)2 (2016, 2019)
TW/HK/MO/SEA (PCS)4 (2015, 2016, 2017, 2018)

References[edit]

  1. ^Erzberger, Tyler (May 2, 2016). 'The Mid-Season Invitational Power Rankings'. ESPN. ESPN Inc. Retrieved May 11, 2016.
  2. ^Lingle, Samuel (May 4, 2016). 'League Midseason Invitational day one recap'. The Daily Dot. Archived from the original on October 10, 2016. Retrieved May 11, 2016.
  3. ^Johnson, Michael (May 3, 2016). 'League Of Legends Mid-Season Invitational – What You Need To Know!'. Rock, Paper, Shotgun. Retrieved May 11, 2016.
  4. ^Scott, Jake (May 1, 2015). 'MSI recap: Edward Gaming defeat SKT 3-2, become MSI 2015 champions'. theScore eSports. Score Media Ventures. Retrieved May 11, 2016.
  5. ^Stavropoulos, Andreas (23 April 2020). 'Riot officially cancels 2020 Mid-Season Invitational'. Dot Esports. Retrieved 23 April 2020.
  6. ^Rebranded from SK Telecom T1 in last 2019.
  7. ^Rebranded from Kingzone DragonX to DragonX in 2019, then rebranded to DRX in 2020.


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