T1-Gen.G Joins League of Legends World Championship
As the playoffs progressed, teams that were confirmed to go straight to the group stage began to emerge.
Cloud Nine (C9) beat TSM 3:2 in the third round of the North American LCS on the morning of the 23rd (Korean standard) to advance to the fourth round, and all North American teams were decided to advance to the 2021 League of Legend World Championship. In addition, LCK and LEC also have new teams that have newly confirmed their advance to the LOL Cup or won direct tickets to the group stage as the playoffs progressed.
In the first game of the second round of the 2021 League of Legends Champions Korea (LCK) Summer playoffs held on the 21st, DK defeated Nongshim Red Force 3:0 in the first round. As a result of the match, DK confirmed the group stage, and Zenji also secured the final match of the LOL Cup selection with a point advantage and advanced to the LOL Cup. As DK reaches the LCK final, he will take the seed number one when he wins and the seed number two when he is runner-up.
In the second round of the playoffs, T1 won 3:1 against Genji to win the ticket to the LOL Cup. T1 was desperate to win because if they lost in the second round of the playoffs, they would have to start the first round, but they could start the third round of the LOL Cup selection at least by overpowering Zenji.
In North America, Team Liquid overpowered the 100 Seeds after a full set of matches, securing at least two seeds at the same time as the final. C9, who lost from the first round of the winner’s match and went through a tough fight against the loser, made his name in the final match. The 100 Seeds and the C9 will play their final match on the 28th, and the losing team will take the third seed. Seed No. 3 in North America must go through the play-in.
Mad Lions were listed on the LOL Group stage list with the LEC Summer Final. The highlight of the LEC Summer playoffs was the loser final between the G2 and the Fnatic. The G2, which had been unstable in the spring despite the recruitment of Leccles, eventually collapsed at the hands of Pnatic and could not be met in this year’s LOL Cup. Former midliner Puck’s Luca Perkovic’s team C9 also confirmed to advance to the LOL Cup as at least the third seed of the LCS, so G2’s wounds are deeper and more painful.안전놀이터
Meanwhile, China’s LPL has yet to make it to the League of Legends. This is because the fourth round of the loser and the winner’s final have not yet been carried out. LNG eSports and Edward Gaming (EDG) will play in the fourth round of the loser’s match on the 26th, and if LNG wins the game, Funplus Phoenix will secure at least two seeds and confirm its advance to the LOL Cup for the first time in the LPL.