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MSI 2024: Scores, standings, and results

The best in the world collide.

The first international League of Legends tournament of the year is officially underway, with professional action already heating up in Chengdu.

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The 2024 Mid-Season Invitational (MSI 2024) will be captivating League esports fans across nearly all of May, with the event running from May 1 to 19, featuring a schedule packed with some of the world’s best teams.

MSI 2024 will be broken down into two parts: The play-in stage and the main event bracket stage. The play-in stage included several surprising faces this year, notably Faker and defending world champions T1. The play-in stage fed into the main event, where squads are now battling it out for the international trophy.

You can catch all the MSI action on Riot’s Twitch and YouTube channels, as well as the channels of any of the confirmed co-streamers. And if you can’t watch live, you can stay up-to-date with all the scores and standings for MSI 2024 right here.

MSI 2024: Bracket stage scores and schedule

The LoL MSI 2024 finals bracket.
A new champion has been crowned. Screenshot by Dot Esports via Leaguepedia

May 7 to 12: Bracket stage, round one

  • May 7 (4am CT): Top Esports 3-0 Team Liquid
    • Top Esports proceeds to upper bracket semifinals, Liquid falls to lower bracket.
  • May 8 (4am CT): Gen.G 3-0 Fnatic
    • Gen.G proceeds to upper bracket semifinals, Fnatic falls to lower bracket.
  • May 9 (4am CT): Bilibili Gaming 3-2 PSG Talon
    • Bilibili Gaming proceeds to upper bracket semifinals, PSG Talon falls to lower bracket.
  • May 10 (4am CT): T1 3-2 G2 Esports
    • T1 proceeds to upper bracket semifinals, G2 falls to lower bracket.
  • May 11 (4am CT): Fnatic 1-3 Team Liquid
    • Fnatic is eliminated.
  • May 12 (4am CT): G2 3-0 PSG Talon
    • PSG Talon is eliminated.

May 11 to 15: Bracket stage, round two

  • May 11 (11pm CT): Gen.G 3-2 Top Esports
    • Gen.G proceeds to upper bracket final, Top Esports falls to lower bracket.
  • May 12 (11pm CT): T1 1-3 Bilibili Gaming
    • Bilibili Gaming proceeds to upper bracket final, T1 falls to lower bracket.
  • May 14 (4am CT): G2 Esports 3-0 Top Esports
    • Top Esports is eliminated.
  • May 15 (4am CT): T1 3-1 Team Liquid
    • Team Liquid is eliminated.

May 17: Bracket stage, round three

  • May 17 (4am CT): T1 3-0 G2 Esports
    • G2 Esports is eliminated.

May 16 to 18: Bracket stage, round four

  • May 16 (4am CT): Gen.G 3-1 Bilibili Gaming
    • Winners bracket final. Gen.G proceeds to the grand final, Bilibili falls to qualifying final.
  • May 18 (4am CT): Bilibili Gaming 3-2 T1
    • Qualifying final. Bilibili proceeds to grand final, T1 is eliminated.

Sunday, May 19: Finals

  • May 19 (4am CT): Gen.G 3-1 Bilibili Gaming
    • Gen.G are the 2024 Mid-Season Invitational winners.

MSI 2024: Play-in stage scores and schedule

MSI 2024 Play-in Stage bracket
Screenshot by Dot Esports via Fandom

Wednesday, May 1: Play-ins, Day One

  • 3am CT: FlyQuest 2-1 PSG Talon
  • 7am CT: T1 2-0 Estral Esports

Wednesday, May 2: Play-ins, Day Two

  • 3am CT: Fnatic 2-0 GAM Esports
  • 7am CT: Top Esports 2-0 LOUD

Thursday, May 3: Play-ins, Day Three

  • 3am CT: T1 2-0 FlyQuest
  • 7am CT: Top Esports 2- 1 vs. Fnatic

Friday, May 4: Play-ins, Day Four

  • 3am CT: PSG Talon 2-0 Estral Esports
    • Estral Esports are eliminated
  • 7am CT: GAM Esports 2-1 LOUD
    • LOUD are eliminated

Saturday, May 5: Play-ins, Day Five

  • 3am CT: PSG Talon 2-0 Fly Quest
    • FlyQuest are eliminated
  • 7am CT: Fnatic 2-0 GAM Esports
    • GAM Esports are eliminated

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