Fnatic’s dreams of lifting the Summoner’s Cup have crumbled to dust with their defeat to FunPlus Phoenix in the 2019 League of Legends World Championship quarter-finals.
After four gruelling maps in their quarter-final clash with Griffin, it was Invictus Gaming who emerged as the first team to reach the 2019 League of Legends World Championship semi-finals.
G2 Esports and DAMWON Gaming will clash at Sunday noon to open the second day of LoL World Championship quarter-finals. With a lot at stake and the home favourites in the fray, it will be a fixture bound to attract masses of European and Korean esports fans.
The League of Legends World Championship quarter-finals will come to a close on Sunday afternoon when SK Telecom T1 take on Splyce. Let’s take a look at latest LoL odds and the best bets for the last fixture of the first knockout round at Madrid’s Palacio Vistalegre.
The second of Saturday’s League of Legends World Championship quarter-finals will feature home favourites Fnatic and LPL champions FunPlus Phoenix, with the winner to join either Invictus Gaming or Griffin in the last four.
With the League of Legends World Championship group stage behind us, the eight remaining teams now travel to Palacio Vistalegre in Madrid, Spain, for the playoffs.
Movistar Riders have increased their Counter-Strike esports talent pool with the acquisition of Lucas “steel” Lopes and Christian “loWel” Garcia Antoran, the latter whom returns to the team after spending the six months at HellRaisers.
The group stage and play-in draw for the 2019 League of Legends World Championship concluded on Monday, September 23, revealing the seeding of 12 play-in teams and 12 directly qualified teams into their respective groups.
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