[NEW] Bushiroad World Championship 2015 | world championship 2015 lol – Vietnamnhanvan

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Introducing Bushiroad World Championship (BWC) 2015!

Bushiroad World Championship is an annual event across North America/Latin America, Europe and Asia-Oceania with major tournaments for Bushiroad English edition card games: Cardfight!! Vanguard, Weiss Schwarz and Future Card Buddyfight. This year we have more locations introduced such as Costa Rica, Spain, Italy and Philippines-Cebu!

Participate in the Regional Qualifies to test your skills and make new friends! Top winners of Regional Qualifiers will be invited to the respective Continental Championships, and the champions will be sponsored with travel and accommodation! Winners of Continental Championships will be sponsored to travel to Japan for the World Final!

The invitation and sponsorship vary from different regional qualifies.

It is highly recommended to download the above deck registration forms for Bushiroad World Championship. Please kindly print out both pages. You may also use the registration forms for other events.

Participate in BWC tournaments and/or side events may receive two PR cards and an exclusive World Championship rubber playmat of that game! One of the PR cards is hot-stamped!

Click the long buttons below to learn how to receive the promotional goods!

If you are participating in World Championship Regional Qualifiers in Europe or Asia-Oceania

If you are participating in World Championship Regional Qualifiers in Europe or Asia-Oceania

If you are participating in World Championship Regional Qualifiers in North America or Latin America

If you are participating in World Championship Regional Qualifiers in North America or Latin America

The quantities of promotional cards and World Championship playmats allocated to each location are limited. While stocks last.

Schedule is subject to the actual event. Purchase EUR10 worth of products on November 14 & 15, 2015 at the venue to participate in the autograph session. Limited tickets available.

Freelance illustrator illustrating artworks for trading card games, arcade games and books. Homepage | Pixiv | Twitter Illustrator of popular Cardfight!! Vanguard cards such as “One Who Supasses the Storm, Thavas”, “Embodiment of Perdition, Sahr” and “Cradle of the Stars, Stellar Maker”. Guest of BWC2015 France Regional Qualifier

Purchase RM30 worth of products on 31st October & 1st November 2015 at the venue to participate in the autograph session. Limited tickets available.

Purchase for SGD30 or more in a single receipt to receive a ticket to autograph session! Tickets issued per day is limited. The actual schedule is subject to actual events.

Illustrator of popular Cardfight!! Vanguard cards such as School Etoile, Olyvia, Squallmaker Vampir and Black Shiver, Gavrail. Guest of BWC2015 Singapore Regional Qualifier

Regional Qualifiers

Information is subject to change.

Some information of the European Grand Prix (EGP) and World Grand Prix (WGP) 2015 are included as well. Please be noted that they are different events from Bushiroad World Championship, even though some EGP or WGP tournaments are held at the same venue and/or on the same dates as Bushiroad World Championship. Please kindly refer to their official pages for more information.

North America / Latin America

There will be special arrangement for winners’ invitations. Please click here for more details.

There will be special arrangement for winners’ invitations. Please click here for more details.

There is special arrangement for winners’ invitations. Please click here for more details.

Europe

Europe Grand Prix (EGP) is a separate event from Bushiroad World Championship. More EGP qualifiers are available across Europe before Nov 28. Please click above for more information.

* There will be no invitation of winners from Future Card Buddyfight tournament to World Finals.

Commemorative PR: Top 3 winners of each game may receive 1pc of the Commemorative PR card (Continental Championship ver.) of the game he/she has played.

Invitation: Champions of Cardfight!! Vanguard and Weiss Schwarz will be invited to participate in World Finals in Japan on Jan 9, 2016. Travel and accommodation expenses will be provided.

Eligibility: Only residents in France, Switzerland and Belgium may participate.

Entry to Play Expo is free for World Championship tournaments. Special queue arrangement will be available at Play Expo for tournament participants 09:30am – 11:00am. Please approach our friendly ushers should you need any assistance.

[Update] Clanwars: La Guerra de las Cien Casas has joint BWC2015. The Spain Qualifier on Oct 3 at Akiba Store is the Final for Clanwars. Please check out Clanwars event page for Clanwars tournament schedules.

[Update] Only fighters residing in Spain, Portugal, Andorra and Gibraltar may participate.

There will be special arrangement for winners’ invitations. Please click here for more details.

The Spain Special Qualifier on Oct 3 is the Final for Clanwars: La Guerra de las Cien Casas . By Invitation only.

Weiss Schwarz tournament in Greece is a side event of Bushiroad World Championship. Participants will receive the same PR cards and Attack on Titan rubber playmat (subject to stock), but winners will not be eligible to participate in Europe Continental Championship or World Finals.

[Update] Only fighters residing in Italy, Vatican City and San Marino may participate.

There will be special arrangement for winners’ invitations. Please click here for more details.

Asia-Oceania

Continental ChampionshipsBy invitations only

Information is subject to change.

World FinalBy invitations only

Information is subject to change.

Format

Individual

Entry Fee

none *

If the tournaments are held inside another event organized by a third party such as an exhibition or a convention, the entry fee to that event may apply.

Eligibility of Participation

North America/Latin America: All fighters living in North America and Latin America may participate. Fighters living outside of North America or Latin America may not participate.

All fighters living in North America and Latin America may participate. Fighters living outside of North America or Latin America may not participate.

Europe (Except for Spain, Italy and France): All fighters living in Europe may participate. Fighters living outside of Europe may not participate.
Clanwars (Spain/Portugal): All fighters residing in Spain, Portugal, Andorra and Gibraltar may participate. Fighters residing outside of Spain, Portugal, Andorra or Gibraltar may not participate. For Oct 3 Final in Akiba Store, only invited winners from each Clanwars tournaments may participate.
Italy: All fighters residing in Italy, Vatican City and San Marino may participate. Fighters residing outside of Italy, Vatican City or San Marino may not participate.
[Update] France Replacement Qualifier: All fighters residing in France, Switzerland and Belgium may participate.

Asia-Oceania: All fighters living in Asia-Oceania may participate. Fighters living outside of Asia-Oceania may not participate.

Language Restriction

All English version cards can be used. Cards of other languages may not be used.

Sleeving

Fighters are required to use opaque card sleeves so that the back of cards cannot be easily distinguished.
You may use different card sleeves from your deck for your G Units (Cardfight!! Vanguard) / Flag (Future Card Buddyfight).
Sleeves used for the other cards, including main deck, side-board and Buddy Monster (when applicable) must be of the same design.

Eligibility of Cards

Cards from new expansions are legal to use from the expansion’s release date.
Cards from sneak previews may not be used before the release date of that expansion.

Sideboard Rulings
(Applicable to Future Card Buddyfight tournaments only)

Fighters must use the same Buddy and Flag throughout the whole tournament. Fighters cannot change the Buddy or Flag between games.

Fighters can have 0-10 cards for their sideboard.

The 4 per deck rule applies to the main deck and sideboard as a whole.
(i.e. You may only have up to 4 of a certain card between your deck and sideboard. Like normal games, your Buddy does not count towards the 4 per deck.)

Between games 1-2 and 2-3 of each round, fighters may use cards from their sideboard to change their deck.

After sideboarding, the deck needs to be in a legal state and the sideboard can be no more than 10 cards.

Fighters must return deck to pre-sideboard state before each new round.

Clan Fight
(Applicable to Cardfight!! Vanguard tournaments only)

Fighters’ decks (including G-Units) must only contain cards from the same clan, with the exception of:

<<Cray Elemental>> cards;
<<Royal Paladin>> decks may consist of up to 4 copies of “Blaster Dark”;
<<Link Joker>> decks may consist of cards with “Яeverse” in its name.

Tournament Structure

Fighters will have to adhere to the deck regulations/requirements.

Please click the long buttons below to view the detailed tournament structure of each game.

Tournament Structure for Cardfight!! Vanguard Regional Qualifiers

Tournament Structure for Cardfight!! Vanguard Regional Qualifiers

North America/Latin America
Europe/Asia-Oceania

Format
Modified Swiss, Double Elimination
Modified Swiss

Clan Fight
Best out of 1 game, 1 game per round
Clan Fight
Best out of 1 game, 1 game per round

Time Limit
20 min / round
20 min / round

Top 8 – Tournament will be cut to Top 8
Cut to Top 6 for Mexico

Format
Single Elimination
Single Elimination

Clan Fight
Best 2 out of 3 games, 3 games per round
Clan Fight
Best out of 1 game, 1 game per round

Time Limit
40 min / round
20 min / round

Tournament Structure for Future Card Buddyfight Regional Qualifiers

Tournament Structure for Future Card Buddyfight Regional Qualifiers

All Regions

Format
Modified Swiss

Best 2 out of 3 games, 3 games per round

Time Limit
40 min / round

Sideboard
Sideboard allowed. Please refer to above “Sideboard Rulings” section for more details.

Top 8 – Tournament will be cut to Top 8

Format
Single Elimination

Best 2 out of 3 games, 3 games per round

Time Limit
40 min / round

Sideboard
Sideboard allowed

Tournament Structure for Weiss Schwarz Regional Qualifiers

Tournament Structure for Weiss Schwarz Regional Qualifiers

All Regions

Format
Modified Swiss

Neo Standard
Best out of 1 game, 1 game per round

Time Limit
30 min / round

Top 8 – Tournament will be cut to Top 8

Format
Single Elimination

Neo Standard
Best out of 1 game, 1 game per round

Time Limit
30 min / round

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Tournament Regulations and Formats

for Continental Championships & World Finals

Format

Individual

Eligibility

Via invitation only

Regulations

Regulations on “Language Restriction”, “Sleeving” and “Eligibility of Cards” are the same as regional qualifiers.
Clan Fight and Sideboard rulings are also applicable to Cardfight!! Vanguard and Future Card Buddyfight tournaments respectively at Continental Championships and World Finals.

Tournament Format for Continental Championships

Cardfight!! Vanguard
Weiss Schwarz
Future Card Buddyfight

Swiss before Top 4
Cut to Top 4
Top 4: Single Elimination
Best of 3, 50 min/round
Clan Fight
Swiss before Top 4*
Cut to Top 4
Top 4: Single Elimination
Best of 1, 30 min/round
Neo-standard
Swiss before Top 4
Cut to Top 4
Top 4: Single Elimination
Best of 3, 40 min/round
Sideboard allowed
sideboard ruling applies

* For Asia-Oceania, Weiss Schwarz tournament format will be Round Robin.

Tournament Format for World Finals

Cardfight!! Vanguard
Weiss Schwarz
Future Card Buddyfight

Swiss before Top 4
Cut to Top 4
Top 4: Single Elimination
Best of 3, 50 min/round
Clan Fight
2 rounds of seed placement,
then single
elimination
Best of 3, 75 min/round
Neo-standard
2 rounds of seed placement,
then single
elimination
Best of 3, 40 min/round
Sideboard allowed
sideboard ruling applies

Finalists’ Prizes

For Regional Qualifier Winners

Finalist who obtains a Top 4 position in Bushiroad World Championship tournaments may receive a certificate of that position and the game played.

Top finalists may also receive invitations to respective Continental Championships or World Final directly. Winners’ travel and accommodation expenses to Continental Championships / World Final may be provided. Please refer to the details in the table below.

If the winner is from the same city or town as where the Continental Championship is held, no accommodation will be provided. Invitation must be confirmed within 7 days in order to secure the invitation. Invited players are requited to arrange visa by themselves if necessary.

Players who have received an invitation from a previous World Championship 2015 tournament will NOT be eligible for another invitation. The invitation will be passed down to the next position if the winner has already received an invitation.

North America / Latin America

Applicable Regions
Finalists’ Invitations

All USA Locations
All Canada Locations

Champion and 2nd Place will receive an invitation to North America Continental Championship. Travel and accommodation expenses will be provided.
3rd and 4th Place will receive an invitation to North America Continental Championship.

Champion will receive an invitation to North America Continental Championship. Travel and accommodation expenses will be provided.
2nd Place will receive an invitation to North America Continental Championship.

Mexico

Champion will receive an invitation to World Finals in Japan. Travel and accommodation expenses will be provided.

Champion will receive an invitation to North America Continental Championship. Travel and accommodation expenses will be provided.
2nd Place will receive an invitation to North America Continental Championship.

Latin America Locations
(Puerto Rico & Costa Rica)

Champion will receive an invitation to Mexico Regional Qualifier, and directly qualifies Top 8. Travel and accommodation expenses will be provided.

[Puerto Rico only] Champion will receive an invitation to North America Continental Championship. Travel and accommodation expenses will be provided.
2nd Place will receive an invitation to North America Continental Championship.

Europe

Applicable Regions
Finalists’ Invitations

Greece

Champion will receive an invitation to Europe Continental Championship. Travel and accommodation expenses will be provided.
2nd Place will receive an invitation to Europe Continental Championship.

* Weiss Schwarz is not applicable to Greece.

France Replacement Qualifier
[Updated]

Champion will receive an invitation to World Final. Travel and accommodation expenses will be provided.

There will be no invitation for Future Card Buddyfight tournament winners.

Germany

Champion and 2nd Place will receive an invitation to Europe Continental Championship. Travel and accommodation expenses will be provided.
3rd and 4th Place will receive an invitation to Europe Continental Championship.

Champion will receive an invitation to Europe Continental Championship. Travel and accommodation expenses will be provided.
2nd Place will receive an invitation to Europe Continental Championship.

United Kingdom

Champion and 2nd Place will receive an invitation to Europe Continental Championship. Travel and accommodation expenses will be provided.
3rd and 4th Place will receive an invitation to Europe Continental Championship.

Champion will receive an invitation to Europe Continental Championship. Travel and accommodation expenses will be provided.
2nd Place will receive an invitation to Europe Continental Championship.

Champion will receive an invitation to Europe Continental Championship. Travel and accommodation expenses will be provided.
2nd Place & 3rd Place will receive an invitation to Europe Continental Championship.

Italy
Spain (Clanwars Final)

Champion will receive an invitation to World Final. Travel and accommodation expenses will be provided.

* Cardfight!! Vanguard is applicable to Spain only. Weiss Schwarz is applicable to Italy only.

Asia-Oceania

Applicable Regions
Finalists’ Invitations

All Asia-Oceania Locations

Champion will receive an invitation to Asia-Oceania Continental Championship. Travel and accommodation expenses will be provided, except for winners from Singapore Regional Qualifier or residing in Singapore.
2nd Place will receive an invitation to Asia-Oceania Continental Championship.

* Invitation of winners is only applicable if that location has World Championship main tournament of that game as listed above.

For Continental Championship Winners

Continental Championships winner will receive an invitation to participate in World Finals in Japan. Travel and accommodation expenses will be provided. Please find the number of invitees from respective Continental Championship below:

Continentals
Cardfight!! Vanguard
Weiss Schwarz
Future Card Buddyfight

North America
Top 3
Top 4 [updated] Top 2

Europe
Top 2 [updated] Champion
Champion

Asia-Oceania
Top 2
Champion
Champion

Mexico Cardfight!! Vanguard Regional Qualifier, Italy Weiss Schwarz Regional Qualifier, Spain Cardfight!! Vanguard Regional Qualifier (Clanwars Finals) and France Cardfight!! Vanguard and Weiss Schwarz [updated] Champions will join above finalists in World Finals.

Commemorative PR Cards for Continental Championships and World Finals Participants

Special commemorative cards will be given to Continental Championship and/or World Final Invitees! Participants of the Continental Championships and World Finals may receive the following cards with hot-stamp:

Cardfight!! Vanguard
Weiss Schwarz
Future Card Buddyfight

Continental Championships
VG BWC Continental PR
BWC2015/VG01EN Supremacy Dragon, Claret Sword Dragon
WS BWC Continental PR
BWC2015/WS01EN Loves Card Games! Shiyoko
BF BWC Continental PR
BWC2015/BF01EN Demon Lord, Asmodai

World Finals
VG BWC Final PR
BWC2015/VG02EN Chronojet Dragon
WS BWC Continental PR
BWC2015/WS02EN After School Shiyoko
BF BWC Continental PR
BWC2015/BF02EN “Awakened” Fifth Omni Dragon Lord, Drum

Every player is entitled to one PR card per type only. Invitees may only receive the above-mentioned hot-stamp PR cards by participating in the respective Continental Championships and/or World Finals. Invitees fail to participate in Continental Championships and/or World Finals may not receive the PR cards. Infomation is subject to change. Terms and conditions apply.

Special Arrangements

Mexico & Spain
Cardfight!! Vanguard Regional Qualifier Champions
Invitees may receive both BWC2015/VG01EN & BWC2015/VG01EN at World Finals.

Costa Rica and Puerto Rico
Cardfight!! Vanguard Regional Qualifier Champions
Invitees may receive BWC2015/VG01EN at Mexico Regional Qualifer.

Italy
Weiss Schwarz Regional Qualifier Champion
Invitee may receive both BWC2015/WS01EN & BWC2015/WS02EN at World Finals.

France Replacement Qualifier
Top 3 Winners of Each Game
Players with Top 3 position may receive a piece of the Commemorative PR Card for Continental Championships (BWC2015/VG01EN, BWC2015/WS01EN, BWC2015/BF01EN) of the game he/she has played.

Subject to production schedule. Invitees need participate in World Finals / Mexico Reqional Qualifier Top 8 to receive the PR cards.

Merchandise

Mermaid Idol Summer Set

A collection of 9 <<Bermuda Triangle>> PR cards and three clear files with mermaid idols!

Pre-sale starts at World Championship locations and selected events.

Learn more about the product here

Mermaid Idol Summer Set

Free FightsAvailable in North America/Latin America Only

Free Fight is a format to play simply for fun without competition. Participants can go in and out freely during the Free Fight time. Fighters will be randomly matched against a new opponent after each match.

Free Fight is available for Cardfight!! Vanguard, Future Card Buddyfight and Weiss Schwarz in all World Championship locations across North America and Latin America.

Free Fights are available for all the three games: Cardfight!! Vanguard, Weiss Schwarz and Future Card Buddyfight.

If you are an organizer: download Free Fight form here: Single Page Ver. | 4-per-page Ver.

Eligibility
Anyone may participate

Time
2:00pm – 4:00pm

Actual timing is subject to the space available and the progress of the main tournaments.

Deck Regulations

  • Participants are free to enter and leave without restriction.
  • Participants will be randomly matched against a new opponent each round.
  • Only English edition cards may be used.

Prizes

All participants who fought in 3 or more matches of the same game title will receive a PR card from that game title.

– Cardfight!! Vanguard: PR/0209EN Lady Battler of the White Dwarf
– Future Card Buddyfight: PR/0112EN Purgatory Knights, Curse Falx Dragon
– Weiss Schwarz: FS/S34-PE01 The Ones Fighting Against Fate

The redemption period of the PR cards is subject to organizer’s discretion. While stocks last.

Future Card Buddyfight Junior ChampionshipAvailable in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines

Junior Championship is similar to and runs concurrently with the Bushiroad World Championship 2015 program, but is tailored for young fighters and below and uses Best of 1 in the format.

Champions do not receive any invitation to compete in further events.
Age limit depends on the education system used on the host country:
Eg. Primary 6 and below for British education system.
Grade 6 and below for Japanese education system.

Tournament Structure

Format
Modified Swiss, Double Elimination

Best out of 1 game, 1 game per round

Time Limit
20 min/round

Sideboard
Not allowed

Top 8 – Tournament will be cut to Top 8

Top 8 Format
Single Elimination

Best out of 1 game, 1 game per round

Time Limit
20 min / round

Sideboard
Not allowed

Participation Prizes

PR/0013EN Star Guardian, Jackknife “Full Burst”
1pc per participant

Finalists’ Prizes

Winner will receive a 1st Place certificate.
1st Runner-Up will receive a 2nd Place Certificate.

8-Man-Win-A-PR Available at Some Locations only

“8-Man-Win-A-PR” is a mini-tournament that will be conducted as soon as 8 players have signed up. The tournaments are available for all three games: Cardfight!! Vanguard, Future Card Buddyfight & Weiss Schwarz at some World Championship locations.

Format
Single Elimination
Best out of 1 game, 1 game per round

Time
20 min / round (Cardfight!! Vanguard, Future Card Buddyfight)
30 min / round (Weiss Schwarz)

Language
Either English or Japanese decks may be used.
However, no mixing of languages in the same deck is allowed.

Prize
The champion will receive a PR good for the respective game title that they participated in.
THe type of the PR good is subject to the availability at that location.

Availability of “8-Man-Win-A-PR” tournaments is subject to the location and the availabiy of PR goods.

DISCLAIMER

By participating in Bushiroad World Championship 2015 and related events, you are hereby to agree with the Terms and Conditions for Bushiroad events. Click here to learn more.

[NEW] League of Legends World Championship | world championship 2015 lol – Vietnamnhanvan

League of Legends World Championship

Introduction to the League of Legends World Championship

The League of Legends World Championship is an annual tournament hosted by Riot Games. It is the culminating event in the season, and decides the ultimate global League of Legends Champion. Worlds 2021 is happening between Oct 5 and Nov 6, 2021 in Reykjavík, Iceland.

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The first LoL Worlds was staged back in 2011 at DreamHack in Sweden. Team Fnatic were the first ever League of Legends Worlds Champions. Since then, six different teams earned the trophy, with SKT T1 as the only team holding a triple crown. The following season, Riot Games commissioned the winner’s trophy (Summoner’s Cup), which weighs in at over 70 pounds. Lifting the Summoner’s Cup is the ultimate achievement for all aspiring League players and athletes. Additionally, the World Championship offers a massive prize pool exceeding $10,000,000 USD.

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As the League of Legends scene and player base grew bigger, especially with a mounting interest in Esports, the League of Legends Championship followed. Compared to its first iteration with only eight teams, primarily from EU or NA, the 2021 LoL Worlds is set to include twenty-two teams from all over the world. The steady increase in teams has forced Riot Games to extend the tournament format several times.

The World Championship currently consists of three competitive stages: Play-Ins, Group Stage and Knockouts.

Both the Play-In and Group Stage are played in a round-robin group format. The knockout stage is played in a single-elimination Playoffs format featuring best-of-five series.

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League of Legends World Championship History

Starting in 2011, the tournament has seen several changes over the years. The prize money, host destinations, competing teams and ruleset are constantly adapted and tweaked as the tournament grows in size. Since 2014, Riot Games has released an official event song to pair up with their Worlds event. For an overview of the LoL Worlds Songs head over to the following article.

The ever-increasing demand for League of Legends action only helps to ensure that the event will continue to grow in the future. Let’s now review all previous League of Legends World Championship seasons.

Riot Season 1 Championship

The First League of Legends World Championship: The start of the League of Legends era

The inaugural World Championship, known as the Season 1 Championship, took place between 18-21 June 2011 at DreamHack Summer in Jonkoping, Sweden. With a total prize pool of $100,000, the tournament attracted eight teams from North America, South-East Asia and Europe. Over 1.6 million viewers watched the live stream for the event, including a peak figure of over 210,000 during the latter stages. It was team Fnatic that came away with the win, after facing Against All Authority in the final.

Some of the current League of Legends top teams were involved in the tournament. The likes of Counter Logic Gaming and Team SoloMid were present, paired with famous esports organizations like Epik Gaming, Gamed!de, Team Pacific and Xan.

Having not suffered a single defeat in the upper bracket, Fnatic were the favorites heading into the final. Team aAa were been defeated by Fnatic in the opening stages, and the final was a step to far for the French organisation. Fnatic took home a winning prize pool of $50,000, with team SoloMid finishing in third position.

Season 2 World Championship

After the success of Season 1, Riot Games announced that $5 million would be paid out during the Season 2 Championship. Riot’s partners like the IGN Pro League got $2 million, whilst another $2 million went to Riot’s Season 2 qualifiers. The remaining funds would be given to the organizers who hosted some of the independent LoL tournaments during the calendar year.

The Season 2 Championship was staged in October 2012 in Los Angeles, and once again acted as the final competition of the League of Legends season. The tournament was comprised of twelve teams, four more compared to that of Season 1. Korean and Chinese teams participated for the first time.

At the time, the event offered a generous prize pool of $2 million, the biggest in the whole of esports at the time. The grand final took place at the University of Southern California on October 13, in front of over 10,000 fans. Over 8 million esports fans watched on from around the world throughout the competition, including 1.1 million during the grand final.

Taiwanese team, Taipei Assassins, claimed victory, defeating South Korean’s Azubu Frost. A 3-1 victory handed the Taiwanese team $1 million in prize money, with Moscow Five finishing in third place after their playoff win over CLG Europe.

Controversy

The tournament will be remembered for all the controversy surrounding it. Event format, cheating and technical problems plagued the event from the get go. Teams such as reigning champions Fnatic and Azubu Blaze missed out on the tournament, instead choosing to compete at the IGN Pro League 5. Additionally, Azubu Frost player, Jang Gun Woong was caught cheating by viewing the big screen at the Galen Center, with his team receiving a $30,000 fine as a result.

Season 3 World Championship

SK Telecom T1’s First World Championship

The Season 3 League of Legends World Championship grand finals were held on October 4th 2013 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. A total of 14 of League of Legends top teams were made part of the event. Korean organisation SK Telecom T1 were crowned champions, taking home both the Summoner’s Cup and $1 million USD in prize money. Other competing teams included Fnatic, Lemondogs, OMG, Royal Club and Gambit Gaming.

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The 2013 World Championship final was viewed by over 32 million people, a dramatic increase from the 2012 finals. The tickets for this final sold out in just one hour.

As with the Season 2 Championship, Riot Games chose to seed the four teams that were victorious in their respective regional competitions, while other participants battled it out in a group stage. The top two teams in groups made it through to the next round. The second round consisted of the winners of regional playoffs taking on the winners of group stages in a best-of-three elimination match.

While SK Telecom and Royal Club finished as winners and runners-up respectively, it was NaJin Black Sword and Fnatic who would end up in third and fourth. Through SKT’s victory over RYL, started a rivalry between the two teams for years to come. It even laid the foundation for the intense competition between the two major regions, Korea and China.

SK Telecom T1 remain one of the best League of Legends teams to this day, with Faker still signed to this day, continuing to be one of the, if not the best player in the world.

2014 World Championship

League of Legends World Championship got renamed

Riot Games chose to rebrand the competition 2014, changing the name to the League of Legends World Championship. Unlike previous events, the 2014 tournament was held in various different regions, before the Grand Finals were held in Seoul, South Korea.

Sixteen qualifying teams made it through by winning a major professional league, such as the Mid-Season Invitational, or a regional qualifying tournament. Following this, a sixteen-team round-robin was played out, before the remaining eight teams took part in the knockout stage of the competition.

The competition was once again dominated by Asian teams, with Samsung Galaxy White claiming their first ever LoL World Championships. Once again the runner-up team was the Chinese StarHorn Royal Club. The semi-finals were all Korean and Chinese affairs, with Samsung Galaxy Blue and Oh My God coming third and fourth respectively. A record 40,000 spectators attended the grand finals, along with around 280 million views on television and through online streaming platforms like Youtube and Twitch.

Further Controversy

There was more controversy in 2014, with SK Gaming player, Dennis “Svenskeren” Johnsen causing a storm by acting in a racially insensitive manner whilst playing on the Taiwanese server. The Dane was fined $2,500 and had also been suspended for his team’s opening three matches of the tournament.

The 2014 League of Legends World Championship saw the gap widen between the western (EU/NA) and eastern (CN/KR) teams. Europe and North America would need years to reach the strength of the eastern regions. Once again, a $2 million USD prize pool was shared among all participating teams.

2015 World Championship

League of Legends World Championship return to Europe

For the first time since its inauguration in 2011, the LoL Worlds schedule returned to Europe in 2014. London, Paris, Brussels and Berlin were selected as hosts for different stages of the competition. International wildcards Bangkok Titans and paIN Gaming joined the usual suspects.

Despite many expecting a strong challenge from 2011 winners Fnatic, following their 18-0 record in the EU LCS Summer Split, as well as battling it out with SKT T1 over five games at the Mid-Season Invitational, the European team would have to settle for third place. China’s best also fell short this year. North American representatives Team SoloMid finished way off as well.

SK Telecom T1 who secured their second world title, defeating their South-Korean rivals KOO Tigers in the final. The final is estimated to have achieved viewing figures of 36 million.

Controversy

By this event, controversy and technical issues have become a staple of every Worlds Championship. Cloud9’s Hai Lam was fined $500 for making an offensive hand gesture to an opponent during the group stage. Additionally, an in-game bug occurred involving Fnatic’s Kim Ui-Jin, meaning their matches could not be completed. Riot Games also decided to disable the “Gragas” character, from the rest of the tournament, along with both “Lux” and “Ziggs”.

2016 World Championship

The 2016 League of Legends World Championship was the sixth iteration of the LoL Worlds series, held between September 29th and October 29th across the United States. Sixteen teams once again qualified for the tournament.

The South-Korean super team, SKT, once again claimed the trophy. Having the likes of “Faker” and “Bengi” in their roster, carried their team to a hard fought victory against rivals Samsung Galaxy in the final. Eventually coming out 3-2 winners, Faker was named tournament MVP, with the team also receiving over $2.6 million in prize money.

SKT T1 became the first 3-time World Champions with their victory.

Record viewing figures

The final was followed by over 43 million people across the world, with its success thought to be vital in prompting those in charge of the Los Angeles bid for the 2024 Summer Olympic Games to include an esports presentation in their pitch. The 2016 World Championships offered the biggest prize pool in League of Legends history, with only “The International” from the world of Dota 2 able to compete with such figures at the time.

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2017 World Championship

After the success of the 2016 event, the LoL Worlds 2017 had been held in four different cities across China, one of the strongest regions in competitive League of Legends. This had also been a strategic decision considering the major growth of League of Legends within China, giving hope to fans their home teams would be finally able to take out a League of Legends World Championship. With SK Telecom T1 going for a third successive title, coupled with the fact that the South-Korean’s hadalready won this year’s Mid-Season Invitational, the LoL Worlds 2017 promised to be an explosive affair, with the home crowd bidding to end their dominance in the competition. Unfortunately for the Chinese, the Koreans once again topped the leaderboards, with Samsung Galaxy and SK Telecom taking first and second place respectively.

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New Format for the LoL World Championship

The event had added the in-play stage this year, due to the growth of the tournament extending to 24 teams, representing 13 professional League of Legends leagues. The 2017 LoL Worlds had been held between September 23rd and November 4th. Teams from Brazil, China, Europe, Japan, Korea, Latin America, North America, Oceania, South-East Asia, Taiwan and Turkey made up the competing teams, expectantly, containing a majority of the best players from their respective regions.

The finals had been set to be held in the famous Bird’s Nest Stadium in Beijing, a former Olympic venue. While the viewership for the play-in stage had been lower than the rest of the tournament, this was expected, and was continued to be received well by fans. Riot Games had once again increased the prize money on offer to successful teams, with a base $2,250,000 plus crowd funding contributions from Worlds themed purchases from the in-game store. The final prize pool reached $4,940,000 USD, a worthy end to the 2017 season.

2018 World Championships

The 2018 League of Legends World Championship had been solely hosted in Korea throughout various venues around the country. The play-in stage started in Korea’s capital, Seoul. It then moved to Busan for the group stage and quarter-finals. Unusually, the semi-finals were hosted in the Gwangju Women’s University Universiade Gymnasium. The finals ended in Incheon with the largest venue of all, carrying a capacity of 50000 people.

Following the 2017 LoL Worlds format, a play-in stage was included prior to the main event, with 24 teams around the world invited in total.  The teams competed for a share of approximately $6,450,000 USD, the highest ever prize pool in League of Legends history to date.

Having always been the strongest region, the Korean teams claimed both first and second place in the 2017 League of Legends World Championships. This led to the 2018 League of Legends Worlds event heading to Korea. This also allowed the Korean teams who qualified from the LCK to directly enter the main group stage, skipping the play-in stage that some other region’s teams had to compete in.

Despite a fairly strong group stage performance, the Korean teams, to the shock of many, were knocked out in the quarter-finals. This paved the way for either North America or Europe to finally enter the finals (for the first time since season 1) and stand a chance to take out the championships.

Has Korea lost their top spot?

Evidently, Korea were not the strongest region in 2018. The region showed signs of weakening with SKT constantly dropping the ball and even failing to quality for the League of Legends World champion For the first time since 2016, a Korean team failed to claim the top spot at the Mid-Season Invitationals. That said, KT Rolster had poor match making, pitted up against Invictus Gaming in the quarter-finals, losing 2-3, while Invictus went on the win the championship.

2019 Season World Championship

Words returned to Europe stopping by Germany for Play-Ins & Group stage, moving to Spain for the Quarter-finals and Semi-finals, and ending in Paris, France for the Finals.

The prize pool was set at $2,250,000 (base). Through the sale of LoL Worlds passes and special League of Legends World Championship skins, the prize pool was set to increase, yet to date we don’t know the exact amount.

No changes to the format were made for Worlds 2019. 24 teams from across the world, including; China, Korea, Europe, North America, Taiwan / Hong Kong / Macao, Vietnam, Brazil, CIS, Japan, Latin America, Oceania, Southeast Asia and Turkey made their way to the event. Given that Invictus Gaming took out the 2018 League of Legends World championship, all of China’s qualifying teams bypassed the play-in stage.

With both the European and Korean teams looking strong, Worlds 2019 was the most competitive event to date. G2 Esports who took out the 2019 Mid-season Invitationals, made their way all the way to the finals to face off against the LPL Champions FunPlus Phoenix.

The entire hopes of Europe were in G2 claiming the trophy on home turf, but in the end, FunPlus won the final with a clean 3-0 sweep over the EU hopefuls.

LoL Worlds Winners 2019

2020 Season World Championship

The 2020 World Championship was envisioned as a traveling roadshow throughout China. The finals were to take place at the Pudong Football Stadium in Shanghai. However, due to a growing global crisis the event was downsized to only a Shanghai event. All of the players had to go through an extensive quarantine period and medical checks before arriving in China.

Additionally, the original format featuring 24 teams had to be tweaked due to the Vietnamese teams cancelling their participation. Adjustments were made to the Play-in and Group Stage, most notably promoting all Korean teams straight into the Group Stage.

The pre-tournament favorites TOP Esports and JD Gaming both fell short at this event, as a new rising superstar team was established in Suning. Ultimately, it was the LCK reigning supreme and claiming back the League of Legends dominance they lost two years prior. Damwon Gaming were crowned champions after dominating the entire competition and only dropping three matches in their entire Worlds 2021 run.

2021 Season World Championship

The 11th LoL Worlds was intended with Shenzhen, China as the host city. Sadly, due to the ongoing pandemic a last moment shift of venue and location was announced. Reykjavik, Iceland was selected as the host destination. Worlds 2021 will be held in the same venue as the Mid-Season Invitational earlier this year.

Once again, the original format featuring 24 teams had to be tweaked due to the Vietnamese teams cancelling their participation. This time around, the European 3rd seed, Rogue was promoted directly into the Group Stage as a result.

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