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Which teams have qualified for the 2019 League of Legends World Championship

Who’s qualified for Worlds so far?

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The 2019 League of Legends World Championship is rapidly approaching, which means that each region is in the process of figuring out who gets sent to the tournament.

While most regions have it sorted out as of writing this, a handful of regions still have yet to finish up their regional qualifiers.

The Play-In Stage will take place at the LEC studio in Berlin from Oct. 2 until Oct. 8. The main tournament will begin on Oct. 12, and Finals will take place in Paris on Nov. 10.

We have a complete list below showing which teams qualified, which seed they got, and if they’ll have to make it through Play-Ins in order to play in the tournament.

China (LPL)

  • First seed: FunPlus Phoenix
  • Second seed: Royal Never Give Up
  • Third seed: Invictus Gaming

Korea (LCK)

  • First seed: SK telecom T1
  • Second seed: Griffin
  • Play-Ins: DAMWON Gaming

Europe (LEC)

  • First seed: G2 Esports
  • Second seed: Fnatic
  • Play-Ins: Splyce

North America (LCS)

  • First seed: Team Liquid
  • Second seed: Cloud9
  • Play-Ins: Clutch Gaming

Taiwan/Hong Kong/Macao (LMS)

  • First seed: J Team
  • Second seed: ahq e-Sports Club
  • Play-Ins: Hong Kong Attitude

Vietnam (VCS)

  • First seed: GAM Esports
  • Play-Ins: Lowkey Esports

Brazil (CBLOL)

  • Play-Ins: Flamengo eSports

Russia (CIS)

  • Play-Ins: Unicorns of Love

Japan (LJL)

  • Play-Ins: DetonatioN FocusMe

Latin America (LLA)

  • Play-Ins: Isurus Gaming

Oceania (OPL)

  • Play-Ins: MAMMOTH

Southeast Asia (LST)

  • Play-Ins: MEGA

Turkey (TCL)

  • Play-Ins: Royal Youth

This list will be updated as more teams qualify.