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All of the teams qualified for the 2020 League of Legends World Championship

Not long to wait now.

The 2020 League of Legends World Championship is going to be a bit different this year due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Riot Games is still committed to seeing the show take place in September, however, with dozens of teams looking to stake their claim for the Summoner’s Cup.

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But first, teams need to qualify for a shot at making a run at Worlds. Various teams from multiple leagues across the globe are lined up to have a chance to represent their region, but only a few will actually make it.

China and Europe will have four teams qualify for this year’s Worlds after back-to-back successful years from both regions in previous tournaments in which the LPL and LEC had a team in the finals.

North America and Korea will have the typical three teams, while Vietnam and the PCS will get two. All other wildcard regions will have one team at Worlds 2020.

Here are all of the teams attending the 2020 League World Championship.

LCS (North America)

  1. TSM
  2. FlyQuest
  3. Team Liquid

LEC (Europe)

  1. G2 Esports
  2. Fnatic
  3. Rogue
  4. MAD Lions

LCK (South Korea)

  1. Damwon Gaming
  2. DRX
  3. TBD

PCS (TW/HK/MC/SEA)

  1. Machi Esports
  2. PSG Talon

LPL (China) 

  1. Top Esports
  2. JD Gaming
  3. Suning
  4. LGD Gaming

VCS (Vietnam)

  • VCS teams will sadly not be attendign Worlds this year due to COVID concerns.

CBLOL (Brazil)

  • INTZ

LCL (Russia)

  • Unicorns of Love

LJL (Japan)

  • V3 Esports

LLA (Latin America)

  • Rainbow7

OPL (Oceania)

  • Legacy Esports

TCL (Turkey)

  • Papara SuperMassive

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