Day two of the 2016 League of Legends World Championships quarter finals brings us a match up between Korean powerhouse SK Telecom and China’s Royal Never Give Up. The series will start Friday night at 6 p.m. ET.
Just like the other quarterfinals this series will be played in a best-of-five format. The games will be streamed live on Twitch and Youtube, or on the Lolesports website.
There will also be alternate player experience streams:
On todays Player Experience Stream @TheeMarkZ returns alongside @AlexIchLoL and @P1_Gate to discuss why UZI is adorable.#Worlds @lolesports pic.twitter.com/MlLHfKFWIz— Daniel Drakos (@lolTsepha) October 14, 2016
The winner of this series will face off against the winner of Saturday’s quarterfinal between Group A winner ROX Tigers and Group C runner-up Edward Gaming. Both are teams that either SKT or RNG will have had extensive experience against.
During the group stage, SK Telecom breezed through their group with a record of 5-1, only dropping their first game against the Flash Wolves. For Royal Never Give Up, the road was a little more complicated. They finished 3-3 in their group, splitting their two games against Europe’s Splyce — giving Splyce their only win of the Group Stage — and taking both games against Team SoloMid, allowing RNG through to quarterfinals because of the head to head tie breaker.