Three Teams We Miss At LoL World Championship

The three big absentees at LoL World Championship 2018 are: SK Telecom T1 - LCK (Korea) After a season full of disappointing results for Faker and his teammates, SKT are one of the great absentees of these World. Their seventh place in the standings of the regular season of the LCK summer did not even give them a chance to play in the to the playoffs. The three time world champion lost 3-2 to Gen. G. Since their defeat in last year's World Championship final, SK Telecom T1 seems to be in real trouble and have failed to recover from…

by Dotagang
October 6, 2018
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Here Are The Top 6 Fun Facts Before You Jump To The Worlds

While the League of Legends Worlds is in full swing and the big teams are getting ready to compete, we will tell you some fun facts regarding the Worlds. 1. Samsung vs RNG, again and again For the third consecutive year, Gen.G (formerly known as Samsung Galaxy) and Royal Never Give Up are in the same group during the early phase. Both teams have always fought hard battles. Samsung had won this encounter twice in 2016, while in 2017, it was RNG who won in both meetings. This year, the meeting between the two giants will surely keep the fans…

by Dotagang
October 4, 2018
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No TSM In LoL World Championship For The First Time

In addition to not having the participation of three-time world champion SK Telecom T1, the 2018 World Cup of League of Legends also will not have the presence of veteran TSM, who participated in all editions of the tournament until 2017. After losing to Cloud9 by 3 to 0 in the regional finals of the North American league, TSM could not secrete a place in the Worlds. It was supposed to be a spectacular, even match. Both teams had a passion for victory from the very beginning. And although bo5 ended with a 3-0 result for C9, there was no…

by Dotagang
September 19, 2018
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LoL – Here Are The Teams Which Secured Tickets To 2018 Worlds

It's been an incredible season so far. But autumn 2018 has arrived, and in LoL, the Worlds Championship fever is about to hit. This year, we travel to Korea again to see which team will be the best in the world. The top two teams of the NA LCS, EU LCS, LPL and LMS, and the top three teams in the LCK will go to the group stage. The third-placed teams will definitely be in a Play-In series with Wild Card teams joining the top teams later on in the main event. But let's see who has qualified for the…

by Dotagang
September 12, 2018
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