League of Legends World Championship landing page

Posted by Rapzer 23. October 2018 in GAMING

The 2018 League of Legends World Championship is upon us. Beginning on Oct. 1, 24 of the best teams in the world will gather together in South Korea to duke it out for the coveted Summoner’s Cup. What’s on the line? Bragging rights, money and the most prestigious title in the game.

You can catch all the action on ESPN+ and Riot’s Twitch channel.

MIBR earned a regulation win and an overtime win Sunday to maintain its first-place standing as the second week of ESL Pro League’s North American division concluded.

Second-place Ghost Gaming won three of four Sunday matches to boost their point total to 43, six behind MIBR in the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive tournament. Renegades sit in third place at 38 points following a win and an overtime loss.

The 2018 League of Legends World Championship is upon us. Beginning on Oct. 1, 24 of the best teams in the world will gather together in South Korea to duke it out for the coveted Summoner’s Cup. What’s on the line? Bragging rights, money and the most prestigious title in the game.

You can catch all the action on ESPN+ and Riot’s Twitch channel.

MIBR earned a regulation win and an overtime win Sunday to maintain its first-place standing as the second week of ESL Pro League’s North American division concluded.

Second-place Ghost Gaming won three of four Sunday matches to boost their point total to 43, six behind MIBR in the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive tournament. Renegades sit in third place at 38 points following a win and an overtime loss.