WORLDS LEAGUE OF LEGENDS. The Worlds 2021 has started a week now, and the play-ins have already given us their winners. The group phases have started, we will summarize all of the results for you.
[Mis à jour le 12 octobre 2021 à 17h45] The most famous of esports competitions is launched! The best League of Legends teams from around the world compete in this 2021 edition of the Worlds in Reykjavik. The play-ins have officially concluded and four teams have made it to the group stages of the main competition. All the teams have only one goal in mind, next October 6, the date of the coveted Worlds 2021 grand final.
Things are happening around the Laugardalshöll Indoor Sporting Arena in Reykjavik. The play-ins are over since October 9 last and already the group stages have started. Twelve teams face each other in BO 1 round trip matches from Monday 11 to Monday 18 October, to try to qualify for the play-offs. These final stages will take place from 22 october until the grand finale on Sunday November 6.
|LCK||Hanwha Life Sports|
|LPL||Royal Never Give Up|
|LCK||DamWon Gaming KIA|
From October 5 to 9, the League of Legends Worlds play-ins took place. Ten teams faced each other in merciless matches which saw four teams advance to the group stages of the main competition. Without much surprise it is the Koreans of Hanwha Life Sports and the Chinese team LNG Sports who qualified for the group stages. They were followed by the famous NA team Cloud 9 and the little surprise of these play-offs, the Japanese from DetonatioN FocusMe who also managed to join the main competition. The groups were then drawn, giving us four fairly full-bodied hens.
Difficult start for the European teams. Fnatic fell heavily in his squad following their defeats against the Koreans Hanwha Life Esports and the Chinese team Royal Never Give Up. The favorite European team finds itself in last position in its group at the end of the second day of the competition. In question, a hasty departure of its ADC, Upset, for family reasons, replaced by a Bean which did not really benefit much from playing time. For their part, the MAD Lions fell on the first day against the Americans of the Team Liquid. The only good start for the European teams, Rogue who logically won against Cloud 9 before losing against the Korean giants of Damwon Gaming.
|1||Royal Never Give Up||2-0|
|2||Hanwha Life Esport||1-1|