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LoL Worlds: Schedule| STANDINGS| Groups 2022| Wiki

The League of Legends World Championship (commonly abbreviated as Worlds) is the annual professional League of Legends World Championship tournament hosted by Riot Games and is the culmination of each season. Teams compete for the champion title, the 70-pound (32-kilogram) Summoner’s Cup, and a one-million-dollar championship prize. In 2018, the final was viewed by 99.6 million people, breaking the 2017 final’s audience record. The tournament has been praised for its formal performances, attracting worldwide attention due to its dramatic and emotional nature. 

Game League of Legends
Founded 2011; 11 years ago
Founder Riot Games
No. of teams
  • 8 (2011)
  • 12 (2012)
  • 14 (2013)
  • 16 (2014–2016)
  • 24 (2017–2019; 2022)
  • 22 (2020–2021)[a]
Venue(s) Rotating locations
Most recent
champion(s)
 Edward Gaming (1st title)
Most titles  T1 (3 titles)
Qualification Regional leagues (list)
Related
competitions
Mid-Season Invitational
Tournament format Round-robin groups
Single elimination

Schedule

LoL Worlds: Schedule| STANDINGS| Groups 2022| Wiki

TEAM RESULT TEAM
Cloud9 0 — 1 Fnatic
G2 Esports 0 — 1 DWG KIA
CTBC Flying Oyster 1 — 0 100 Thieves
JD Gaming 1 — 0 Evil Geniuses
T1 1 — 0 Edward Gaming
Gen.G 0 — 1 Royal Never Give Up

STANDINGS

LoL Worlds: Schedule| STANDINGS| Groups 2022| Wiki

Place Team W L
1 z – T1 5 1
2 x – EDward Gaming 4 2
3 e – Fnatic 2 4
4 e – Cloud9 1 5
 
 

Groups 2022

GROUP A GROUP B GROUP C GROUP D
T1 (5-1) JD Gaming (3-0) Rogue (3-0) Royal Never Give Up (3-0)
Edward Gaming (4-2) DWG KIA (2-1) DRX (2-1) Gen.G (2-1)
Fnatic (2-4) G2 Esports (1-2) Top Esports (1-2) CTBC Flying Oyster (1-2)
Cloud9 (1-5) Evil Geniuses (0-3) GAM Esports (0-3) 100 Thieves (0-3)

Wiki

The League of Legends World Championship (commonly abbreviated as Worlds) is the annual professional League of Legends World Championship tournament hosted by Riot Games and is the culmination of each season. Teams compete for the champion title, the 70-pound (32-kilogram) Summoner’s Cup, and a one-million-dollar championship prize. In 2018, the final was viewed by 99.6 million people, breaking the 2017 final’s audience record. The tournament has been praised for its formal performances, attracting worldwide attention due to its dramatic and emotional nature. 

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