October marks the climax of every League of Legends Season: Worlds. As we get closer and closer to the 2015 World Championship, matches come in a flurry, and sometimes it's hard to keep track of what's happening. Many teams have played through Regionals and punched their ticket in the past few weeks, and we're here to help you catch up if you need a refresher.
Who will join Renegades and Team Dignitas EU as part of the LCS next season? Will we see any more shake-ups between the Challenger and LCS scene? It’s time for LCS and Challenger to collide at the 2016 Spring Promotion Tournament on September 5-6.
It all comes down to this, the final event of the 2015 World Championship. Tickets on sale for the ultimate showdown in Berlin between the top two teams who will face-off to be crowned world champions.
It all comes down to this, the final event of the 2015 World Championship. It’s time for the ultimate showdown in Berlin between the top two teams who will face-off to be crowned world champions. Tickets go on sale on July 29.
“I don't feel like I can show my fans what I'm capable of in [Unicorns of Love].” Mateusz "Kikis" Szkudlarek’s announcement that he was leaving the LCS team came out of nowhere, especially given the team’s recent upswing. An improved performance that could easily land them a playoff spot and take them one step closer to Worlds. Something that has driven Kikis ever since he started playing competitive League of Legends.
Tickets are now available for the 2015 World Championship - Quarterfinals in London. Eight teams will face-off to make it one step closer to World Championship glory at SSE Arena, Wembley on October 15-18.