LOL MSI 2024
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eSports Betting News

The League of Legends Mid-Season Invitational 2024 kicked off with thrilling matches, setting a promising tone for the tournament.

In the opening series, FlyQuest made an impressive comeback to defeat PSG Talon 2-1, securing a spot in the upper bracket final of their group.

Despite losing the first map, FlyQuest rallied behind standout performances from players like Gabriel “Bwipo” Rau and Fahad “Massu” Abdulmalek to clinch victory.

FlyQuest’s victory was marked by their resilience and individual brilliance.

Bwipo and Massu stood out, with Bwipo’s Urgot and Massu’s Lucian proving instrumental in their team’s success.

In the decisive third match, Nicolaj “Jensen” Jensen’s Orianna led the charge, culminating in a game-winning quadra kill.

T1, the two-time Mid-Season Invitational champion, also started strong with a comfortable 2-0 victory over Estral Esports.

Despite Estral’s resistance, T1’s strategic prowess and objective control secured the win.

Moon “Oner” Hyeon-joon’s stellar performance on Viego in the second game highlighted T1’s dominance.

The opening day showcased intense competition and impressive gameplay, drawing in record-breaking viewership numbers.

The matches collectively garnered around 4.8 million hours watched, with peak viewership surpassing 1.5 million — a significant increase compared to previous tournaments.

T1’s involvement and the favourable time zone for Korean fans contributed to the high viewership.

As the tournament progresses, all eyes will be on FlyQuest and T1 as they aim to secure their spots in the Bracket Stage, while Estral and PSG Talon will fight to stay alive in the lower bracket.

With such an electrifying start, MSI 2024 promises to be one of the most thrilling tournaments in League of Legends history.

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