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As the play-in stage of the League of Legends Mid-Season Invitational 2024 unfolds, Top Esports and T1 have already secured their spots in the bracket stage.

Top Esports displayed confidence in Group B, though they faced some tension in the decisive match of the upper bracket.

They fought their way effectively through the MSI 2024 bracket stage, with an intense victory over LEC team Fnatic in the final.

Fnatic showed resilience, but Top Esports ultimately dominated, showcasing their strength in team fights and strategic prowess.

Meanwhile, T1, the current LoL world champions, sailed through Group A without dropping a single game.

In the semi-final, they faced Estral Esports and exhibited their trademark patience and strategic style, dismantling their opponents’ hopes.

The final against FlyQuest from the LCS was a swift affair, with T1 clinching victory in Game 1 in just 17 and a half minutes, setting a record for the fastest best-of-three in international League of Legends history.

T1’s dominance was evident in both games, with their superior rotations and team coordination giving them an insurmountable lead.

Despite FlyQuest’s early game advantage in Game 1, T1 quickly turned the tide and secured victory.

In Game 2, T1 continued to assert their dominance, with Lee “Gumayusi” Min-hyeong’s Kalista reaching godlike status within minutes.

Despite FlyQuest’s attempts at aggression, T1 steadily built their lead, ultimately sealing their qualification for the MSI bracket stage.

The matches brought historical rivalries and new matchups to the MSI stage, with fans eagerly watching the clash between mid laners Nicolaj “Jensen” Jensen and Lee “Faker” Sang-hyeok, as well as Fahad “Massu” Abdulmalek facing off against one of his idols, Gumayusi.

While FlyQuest showed moments of brilliance, they couldn’t match the reigning world champions’ skill and will now have to wait for the next round to determine their fate.

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