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The 2021 World Championship is the crowning event of League of Legends esports for the year. The tournament welcomes 24 teams from all regions of the game in a months-long race for the Summoner’s Cup.

This year’s World Championship was planned to be held in China, with various stages being held in Shanghai, Qingdao, Wuhan, Chengdu, and Shenzhen–who would have also hosed the finals. China would have been a back-to-back host for Worlds due to the COVID-19 pandemic disallowing spectators from 2020’s event. They have also previously hosted it in 2017. North America’s Worlds event has been pushed to 2022. The starting prize pool for the tournament is $2.225 million, which is expected to grow with in-game item sales.

Due to the changing COVID-19 situation and epidemic control policies in China, the LoL Esports team announced on August 24th that the event has been moved to an as of yet unannounced location in Europe.[1]

On September 9th, the LoL Esports team reveals that the 2021 World Championship will take place in Reykjavík, Iceland.[2]

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Format

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  • Qualification
    • 24 teams from professional leagues will qualify for the event.
Note: Unfortunately, due to travel restrictions, the two teams from the VCS will still not be able to attend this year’s Worlds.[2]
  • Play-In Round 1
    • Ten teams are divided into two groups where they play a Single Round Robin format.
    • All matches are played in a Bo1.
    • Top teams

      in each group advance to Group Stage.

    • 2nd

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      3rd and 4th teams

      in each group advance to Play-In: Round 2.

    • Bottom team

      in each group is eliminated.

  • Play-In Round 2
    • Six teams from Play-In: Round 1.
    • The 3rd and 4th placed teams of the same group of Round 1 face each other, winners compete against the 2nd placed team of the other group.
    • All matches are played in a Bo5.
    • Two winners will advance to Group Stage.
    • Four losers will be eliminated.
  • Group Stage
    • Four teams from the Play-In Stage join twelve teams with direct entry from China, South Korea, Europe, Southeast Asia and North America.
    • All sixteen teams are divided into four groups where they play a Double Round Robin format.
    • All matches are played in a Bo1.
    • Top two teams

      in each group advance to Playoffs.

    • Bottom two teams

      in each group are eliminated.

  • If teams are tied and competing for 3rd and 4th place, there will not be any additional matches, the placement will be determined by their head-to-head result. If teams an identical head-to-head record, they will share the 3rd place.
  • No tiebreaker game will be played if the tiebreaker would not decide either the first or second place position in the group.
  • In other circumstances:
    • If there are two teams have an equal amount of points, an additional tiebreaker match will be played.
    • If there are three teams have an equal amount of points, five circumstances will be considered based on the records against each of the other teams in the tie:
      • The teams have 3-1, 2-2 and 1-3 records: the 2-2 and 1-3 teams will play against each other, winner will face the 3-1 team.
      • The teams are with two 3-1 and one 0-4 records: the team that is 0-4 will be awarded the lowest standing being decided by the tiebreaker and a new tiebreaker is declared amongst the two teams with an aggregate record of 3-1 utilizing the two-way tie procedure set.
      • One team has 4-0 and the others are 1-3: The team that is 4-0 is automatically granted the highest seed available in the tiebreaker, and a new tiebreaker is declared amongst the two teams with an aggregate record of 1-3 utilizing the two-way tie procedure set.
      • The teams are with 4-0, 2-2 and 0-4 record: the tie will be broken by the aggregate record.
    • If there are four teams have an equal amount of points, the teams will be drawn into a single elimination bracket based on the cumulative game victory time for the individual teams.
      • The seeds will be given in order to the teams that won their games the quickest. The four teams will be split into two first-round matches: quickest team faces slowest team and 2nd team faces 3rd team.
      • The losing teams will be eliminated from the tournament. The winning teams play a match to determine the first and second seeds of the group.
  • Side selection for a head-to-head tiebreaker matchup will be awarded to the team with the lower total game victory time.
  • All tiebreaker matches are Bo1
  • Playoffs
    • Eight teams play in a single elimination bracket where 1st placed team of each group faces 2nd placed team from another group.
    • Side Selection Privilege
      • Teams with Side Selection Privilege can choose the side in game 1, after that, the team lost can choose the side in the next game.
      • In Quarterfinals, 1st placed team from each group will have the Side Choice Previlege.
      • In the following matches, the Side Choice Previlege will be determined by coin flip.
    • All matches are Bo5.
  • Patch Information
    • Akshan and Vex will be disabled for this tournament due to the policy.[3]

Worlds Draw Show

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The Worlds Draw Show was held on to place teams into groups for the Play-In Stage and the Group Stage of the 2021 World Championship.

Broadcast Talent

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Prize Pool

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The initial prize pool of the tournament is $2,225,000 USD.

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Group Stage Teams

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Play-In Teams

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1 The two VCS representatives were not selected due to COVID-19 regulations in Vietnam and a lengthy delay of the VCS 2021 Summer season.

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Play-In: Round 1

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Play-In: Round 2

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Semifinals

PEACE

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RED Canids

2

Galatasaray Esports

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Beyond Gaming

3

Finals

Cloud9

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PEACE

Hanwha Life Esports

3

Beyond Gaming

Qualified

Cloud9

Hanwha Life Esports

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Knockout Stage

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Quarterfinals (Bo5)

Quarterfinals (Bo5)

Royal Never Give Up

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EDward Gaming

3

Gen.G Esports

3

Cloud9

T1

3

Hanwha Life Esports

DAMWON Gaming

3

MAD Lions

Semifinals (Bo5)

Semifinals (Bo5)

EDward Gaming

3

Gen.G Esports

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T1

2

DAMWON Gaming

3

Finals (Bo5)

Finals (Bo5)

EDward Gaming

3

DAMWON Gaming

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Average Viewers
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Hours Watched
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EDG’s quarter final curse

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2-3 against Star Horn Royal Club in 2014, 0-3 against Fnatic in 2015, 1-3 against KOO Tigers in 2016, a group stage exit in 2017 and 1-3 against Fnatic in 2018. EDward Gaming has had a rough time at Worlds so far. With a line-up almost completely different, they’ll be looking to make it far this year with only Meiko and Scout remaining from these rosters.

Khan’s final tournament

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Khan announced the possibility of retirement after the 2021 season, which means this might be his last tournament. [10] He will be playing with DAMWON Gaming as one of the tournament favourites, but the player he replaced, FunPlus Phoenix‘s Nuguri, could just be one of the strong competitors trying to deny this chance. With a title win, Khan would potentially end his career on a high with his first ever international title.

From NA Academy to representing the LCO at Worlds

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Babip and Tally qualified for Worlds on PEACE, the Oceanic entry for 2021. Following the announcement of the disbandment of the LCO in 2020, both players moved to North America to continue their careers. Babip joined TSM Academy, placing just 5-6th at the Proving Grounds Tournament, while Tally joined Golden Guardians Academy, not making it further than 7-8th. With a return to Australia for the summer season, the two put any doubts to bed with PEACE‘s incredible run through the LCO Lower Bracket to secure the title.

Vizicsacsi’s return

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Vizicsacsi retired in 2019 after finishing top 8 at Worlds 2019 with Splyce. After 1,5 years of inactivity, he returned, competing in the Magyar Esports Kupa 2021. From here on, he announced that he was interested in competing again, and even coached MAD Lions for a brief period of time. On September 22nd, Vizicsacsi was announced as stand-in for Oceanic team PEACE, replacing Apii who is unable to attend the event. This means a return to competition at the event he ended in 2019, where he could potentially prove himself for LEC teams ahead of 2022. [7]

Redemption for Europe

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At Worlds 2020, MAD Lions and Rogue performed below the expectations of many. MAD Lions became the first European team to be eliminated from the play-ins tournament, after losing 2-3 against SuperMassive Esports, while Rogue placed 13-16th, winning just a single game in their group with DAMWON Gaming, JD Gaming and PSG Talon. Both teams are looking to redeem themselves, but it could be hard as Rogue has been placed in the group of the 2019 and 2020 world champions FunPlus Phoenix and DAMWON Gaming.

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[Update] LoL ranks: League of Legends ranking system explained | ruler lol – Vietnamnhanvan

League of Legends is the undisputed biggest PC game of all time. The MOBA’s tactical gameplay and diverse selection of champions makes each game a unique challenge.

However, as in any game, you’ve got to separate the Challengers from the scrubs in competitive play. How do the best LoL players in the world prove their worth and, more importantly, stop getting matched with those pesky low-level players? The answer is the League of Legends ranking system, which places the millions of LoL players around the globe into a tier and division based on their ability and performances.

However, it can be a daunting prospect for newcomers to competitive LoL. Many have lingering questions, like: How many ranks are there, what are they called, which one will I start in, and how many people find themselves in the top rank? To make your transition into the world of competitive LoL a little simpler, we’ve put together some answers to the most frequently asked questions about the League of Legends ranking system.

How do ranks work in League of Legends?

The ranking system in League of Legends includes nine tiers, each split into four divisions, with four being the lowest in that tier and one being the highest.

You progress through each division and tier by earning League Points (LP) for games that your team win. The exact amount of points is determined by your Matchmaking Rating (MMR). If you’re victorious against a team with a higher MMR than yours, you will gain more LP than if you were to beat a team with a lower MMR than yours.

You can also lose LP for games that you fail to win or for games that you rage quit. Again, the amount of LP you lose depends on the MMR of you and your opponent.

Read more: Catch up with League of Legends Worlds 2020

At the end of each ranked season, your tier and division will be locked in as your official rank for that season.

You will then gain in-game rewards at the end of each season, such as special skins. The amount and quality of rewards you earn will increase depending on what tier you finished in.

The current ranked season, Season 11, kicked off on January 8, 2021. Seasons last nearly a year and is divided into three splits, which each last three months.

What are the ranks in League of Legends called?

The nine ranks in competitive League of Legends are:

Rank
Symbol
Iron
League of Legends Iron rank
Bronze
League of Legends Bronze Rank
Silver
League of Legends Iron rank
Gold
League of Legends Gold rank
Platinum
League of Legends Platinum rank
Diamond
League of Legends Diamond rank
Master
League of Legends Master rank
Grandmaster
League of Legends Grandmaster rank
Challenger
League of Legends Challenger rank

The nine tiers in ranked League of Legends span from Iron to Challenger. Each has four divisions within them with four being the lowest and one the highest. Once you hit 100 LP in division one of your tier, you will then be given the chance to move up to division four in the tier above by winning the majority of your games in a short promotion series.

The majority of the global playerbase find themselves in Silver or Gold, showing just how hard it is to progress in competitive LoL.

To start pushing to Platinum and beyond, you’ve got to become properly dedicated and hone your skills. Specialising in a small number of heroes and frequently checking patch notes for meta-changing nerfs and buffs are a good starting block to elevating your LoL game.

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What is the League of Legends ranking distribution?

League of Legends has an enormous global playerbase which peaks at around eight million players every day, according to Riot. But what portion of LoL players can say they are in the top competitive tier and how many never made it out of Iron? Let’s take a look at the figures from the end of Season 10 across all regions.

Soloqueue Rank
% of playerbase
Iron
4.5%
Bronze
21%
Silver
33%
Gold
27%
Platinum
10%
Diamond
2.3%
Master
0.034%
Grandmaster
0.028%
Challenger
0.012%

As you can see, the most populated tiers are Silver and Gold – the benchmark for anyone wanting to play a decent level of competitive LoL.

From Diamond onwards, there is a huge drop off in the number of players in the top tiers, with just 0.012% of players managing to reach – and most importantly, stay – at Challenger rank. Using Riot’s own figure of eight million daily players, we can work out that around just 1,500 players across the world are skilled enough to be in the top tier.

It’s also worth noting that from Platinum onwards, players lose LP over time for having inactive ranked accounts, so to keep your high ranking you’ve got to keep playing.

How do I unlock ranked League of Legends?

To be eligible for ranked play in League of Legends, there is some criteria you need to meet.

Firstly, you must have a player level of 30 or above. Secondly, you have to own 20 or more champions. Once you’ve ticked those boxes, you can begin your placement matches.

How well you do in your placement matches will determine which competitive tier you’ll start in. Lose the majority of your games and you’ll begin right down the bottom in an Iron division. A strong showing may see you placed in higher tiers like Bronze or Silver.

Once your placement matches are over and you’ve been dropped into an appropriate tier, you can begin your journey to Challenger.

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League of Legends Ranked Season 11 end date

League of Legends ranked Season 11 ended on November 15, 2021.

LEAGUE OF LEGENDS RANKED SEASON 12 start DATE

League of Legends season 12 is set to kick off sometime in early January 2022.

New LoL seasons tend to begin in the new year, after several weeks of preseason play. Season 11 began on January 8, 2021, so we can imagine LoL season 12 will begin around the same time.

League of Legends ranked Season 11 changes

League of Legends ranked Season 11 featured a slew of changes. Players new to LoL’s ranked mode were placed based on normal match performance. Meanwhile, ranked veterans could look forward to beginning their climb this season at a much closer position to their Season 10 rank once their provisional games had been played out.

Perhaps the most significant change was the removal of “inter-division” promotion series, which were a massive cause of frustration for ranked players. Players no longer had to play promos for inter-division promotions or demotions (e.g. Gold 3 to Gold 2), but still had to play them to progress to the next rank (e.g. Gold 1 to Diamond 4).

To ensure the extra LP that would be gained or lost from the absence of inter-division promos didn’t get out of control, Riot also reduced the amount of LP gained and lost across the board.

Another major cause of player stress stemmed from negative player interactions such as intentional feeding, going AFK, or leaving the game altogether. Riot emphasised that players who abandoned their teammates during ranked games would face greater LP losses as a result. For those players having to continue a player down, LP mitigation was also introduced, dampening the amount of LP lost due to leavers.

A final change which was made in season 11 is the unlocking of Master tier and above from day one. This was a major change from previous seasons where there was a timed delay between the ranked season’s beginning and its top tiers becoming available.

This created an exciting day one race to be the world’s first Challenger-ranked player for Season 11, which turned out to be 16-year-old Brazilian LoL streamer Jean Mago.


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Gen G Ruler picks Twitch ADC vs Vayne Ranked Europe Season 11
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Park \”Ruler\” Jaehyuk (Hangul: 박재혁) is a League of Legends esports player, currently bot laner for Gen.G. He was previously known as Bung. Park \”Ruler\” Jaehyuk played as Bung for Stardust in Challengers Korea 2016 Spring. They finished third in the regular season, ahead of Ever8 Winners and behind Ever. In the Spring Playoffs, they were eliminated in the first round. During the midseason break, Ruler left Stardust and joined Samsung. To make room for his entry, former ADC CoreJJ moved to support.
During the 2016 LCK Summer Split, Ruler managed to impress with his performance, leading the English OGN casters to dub him as the unofficial rookie of the split. This earned him the starting ADC spot over Stitch. They managed to take fourth place with a 126 series record, seeding them into the first round of the 2016 LCK Summer Playoffs. Though they summarily defeated the Afreeca Freecs in the first round, they were matched against KT Rolster, a team who they had never managed to beat postS4 in the LCK era, and they were swept 30, giving them fourth place in the season. Their accumulated points gave them enough to qualify as the second seed in the 2016 Season Korea Regional Finals. In a rematch against the Afreeca Freecs, Samsung managed to beat the Freecs 31, moving up to the finals in a rematch against KT Rolster. Samsung upset the heavy favorites 32, breaking a 19 game losing streak and giving them the third seed to worlds.
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