LoL World Championship 2017 in China. Read more about teams, qualifiers, schedule, betting odds, live stream, prize money and dates of LoL Worlds 2017 The minor regions only have one seed for the World Championship 2017, the champion of the Summer Split 2017 directly qualifies for Play-In stage of the tournament. In case of the lucky region that has got another seed due to the placement at the MSI 2017 the Summer Split champion directly qualifies for group stage while the team with the most Championship Points may participate in the Play-In stage Besides the glory of being the best League of Legends team in the world there will also be a huge prize pool to be distributed among the teams. The exact amount of prize money for each team and in total is not known yet.
The 2017 League of Legends World Championship (LoL Worlds) is the biggest eSports tournament of competitive LoL in Season 7. LoL Worlds 2017 will close up the competitive Season 7 all over the world and takes place from September 23rd 2017 to November 4th 2017 in the country of the rising sun – China.
Because of the newly added Play-In stage the event will now last one week longer than in the previous years. With the as role model the League of Legends World Championship 2017 will also cancel all qualification tournaments for the Wildcard regions. These contenders will participate with teams from China, Taiwan, Europe and North America in the all new Play-In stage of Worlds 2017. While the number of Wildcard teams for the main event changes, the worldwide dominance of the Korean teams remaimns the same and we will probably see another episode of South Korea against the world at the greatest international event in professional League of Legends.
Many months before the start of LoL Worlds 2017 the Korean teams are already and still the favorites for climbing the next world champion throne while teams from other regions like have to step up to get to the top of the table.
Below you will find everything that is to know about Worlds 2017. Take a look at the schedule and standings or find out about how teams qualified for the tournament.
Stay tuned for the latest updates on the 2017 LoL World Championship! Find out more about the upcoming ! • Location: China (Wuhan, Guangzhou, Shanghai, Peking) • Teams: 24 participants from all over the world • view all • Play-In Stage: 09/23/2017 – 09/26/2017 • Group Stage: 10/05/2017 – 10/15/2017 • | | | • Playoffs: 10/19/2017 – 11/04/2017> >> The all new Play-In Stage (completed) In the first stage of the event, the teams fight for the remaining four seeds of the group stage.
It will be held from September 23rd to September 29th and will consist of two rounds. • Round 1: The 12 teams will be divided into four groups. After everyone has played each other, the best two teams of each group will move on to round 2. • Round 2: The remaining 8 teams will be randomly allotted to each other in a way that there is always a first placed team playing against a second placed team of round 1.
The winner of these matches move on to Worlds 2017 group stage. Play-In Round 2 (Knockout Stage) LoL Worlds Play-In Stage Round 2 – Schedule and Results Match A: Cloud9 vs. Lyon Gaming 3 : 0 –> Winner advance to Start Time: September 28th, 08:00 PM PDT / 11:00 PM EDT / 05:00 CEST Match B: Fnatic vs.
Hong Kong Attitude 3 : 0 –> Winner advance to Start Time: September 28th, 01:00 AM PDT / 04:00 AM EDT / 10:00 CEST Match C: 1907 Fenerbahce Esport vs.
Team oNe Esports 3 : 1 –> Winner advance to Start Time: September 29th, 08:00 PM PDT / 11:00 PM EDT / 05:00 CEST Match D: Team WE vs. Young Generation 3 : 0 –> Winner advance to Start Time: September 29th, 01:00 AM PDT / 04:00 AM EDT / 10:00 CEST >> >> Dates: 09/23/2017 – 09/26/2017 Ticket Sale Starts: 08-31-2017, 5 AM CEST City / Venue: Wuhan, Hubei /Wuhan Gymnasium Live Stream Start: TBA Dates: 09/28/2017 – 09/29/2017 Ticket Sale Starts: 08-31-2017, 5 AM CEST City / Venue: Wuhan, Hubei / Wuhan Gymnasium Live Stream Start: TBA Dates: 10/05/2017 – 10/08/2017 Ticket Sale Starts: 08-31-2017, 5 AM CEST City / Venue: Wuhan, Hubei / Wuhan Gymnasium Live Stream Start: TBA Dates: 10/12/2017 – 10/15/2017 Ticket Sale Starts: 08-31-2017, 5 AM CEST City / Venue: Wuhan, Hubei / Wuhan Gymnasium Live Stream Start: TBA Dates: 10/19/2017 – 10/22/2017 Ticket Sale Starts: TBA City / Venue: Guangzhou, Guangdong/ Guangzhou Gymnasium Live Stream Start: TBA Dates: 10/28/2017 – 10/29/2017 Ticket Sale Starts: City / Venue: Shanghai / Shanghai Oriental Sports Center Live Stream Start: TBA Date: 11/04/2017 Ticket Sale Starts: City / Venue: Beijing / National Stadium (Bird's Nest) Live Stream Start: TBA While the main part of the games will be distributed among the big eSports arenas in Wuhan, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the LoL World Championship 2017 finals will take place at the national stadium in Beijing which is famous for the sportive events during the Olympic games in 2008.
From last year’s location in Los Angeles with a capacity of about 20.000 people we are heading to a stadium with a capacity of 80.000 people – eSports is definitely growing everywhere. The best teams in the world competing at the most important League of Legends tournament of the year, many activities for all the fans during the event and magnificent live acts rocking the stages – in conjunction with some of the most beautiful cities in the world China is definitely worth visiting in autumn 2017.
If you want to follow action of the World Championsip live you can find out more about the . This year the tournament format of the World Championship has changed and Riot increased the number of participating teams from 16 to 24 to include all Wildcard regions. First of all, the Wildcard teams and one team from each Europe, North America, China and Taiwan are divided into four groups of three challengers. According to the every team plays against the other teams of their respective group two times in best-of-1 series.
The two best teams of each group move to the next stage where for example the winner of group A plays against the runner-up of group B in a best-of-5 series. The four remaining victors of these duels are directly qualified for the group stage of the League of Legends World Championship 2017. Besides these four possible seeds the best Wildcard region of the will gain a fixed spot for the group stage. Consequential there will be at least one and at most five Wildcard teams after the Play-In stage of the tournament.
Qualifiers | How teams can qualify for Worlds For the major regions of the competitive League of Legends scene known as South Korea, Europe, North America, China and Taiwan/Macao/Hong Kong there are the same rules for all teams in order to qualify for the World Championship 2017: • First seed goes to the winner's team of the of the respective region.
• Second seed goes to the team with the most Championship Points throughout the year 2017. These points will be distributed based on the placements in both splits. • Third seed goes to the team that wins the regional qualification tournament. The minor regions only have one seed for the World Championship 2017, the champion of the Summer Split 2017 directly qualifies for Play-In stage of the tournament. In case of the lucky region that has got another seed due to the placement at the the Summer Split champion directly qualifies for group stage while the team with the most Championship Points may participate in the Play-In stage.
NA LCS | North America (3 Teams) • Brazil (CBLOL) #1 Seed – Winner CBLOL Summer Playoffs (08-19 to 09-02-2017) • • Turkey (TCL) #1 Seed – Winner TCL Summer Playoffs (08-05-2017 – 08-13-2017) • • CIS (Commonwealth of Independent States) (LCL) #1 Seed – Winner LCL Summer Playoffs (08-19-2017 – 09-03-2017) • • Southeast Asia (GPL) #1 Seed – Winner GPL Summer Playoffs (08-21-2017 – 08-27-2017) • • Southeast Asia (GPL) #2 Seed – Winner GPL Regional Qualifiers (08-27-2017) • • Oceania (OPL) #1 Seed – Winner OPL Summer Playoffs (08-25 to 09-02-2017) • • South America North (LAN) #1 Seed – Winner LAN Summer Playoffs (08-15 to 08-16-2017) • • South America South (LAS) #1 Seed – Winner LAS Summer Playoffs (07-28 to 08-19-2017) • • Japan (LJL) #1 Seed – Winner LJL Summer Playoffs (08-16 to 08-26-2017) • >> Teams Overview This year there will be 24 teams at the League of Legends World Championship.
12 teams are already qualified for group stage, the other 12 have to go through the Play-In stage to fight for the remaining four seeds. For the first time the region of Taiwan/Macao/Hong Kong (LMS) has a third seed with two of them being qualified for the group stage and the last seed compete in the Play-In phase. . Overview: Qualified Teams | LoL Worlds 2017 The year's tournament will consist of 24 teams instead of 16 as in the last years.
Half of them start at the and only 4 will qualify for the Group Stage, where the other half of the teams is already waiting. This means that there will be 16 contestants at the Group Stage.
Read more about the changed format for LoL Worlds 2017 here. Europe (EU LCS) North America (NA LCS) South Korea (LCK) China (LPL) Taiwan/Hong Kong/Macao (LMS) South East Asia (GPL) Brazil (CBLOL) Commonwealth of Independant States (LCL) Oceania (OPL) South America North (LLN) South America South (CLS) Japan (LJL) Turkey (TCL) The eight last mentioned regions have one seed each in the Play-In stage, only the best performing team of these regions at the MSI 2017 gets an additional seed which is directly qualified for the group stage of the LoL World Championship 2017.
Prize Money Besides the glory of being the best League of Legends team in the world there will also be a huge prize pool to be distributed among the teams.
The exact amount of prize money for each team and in total is not known yet. It is expected that the total prize money will in any case exceed USD 5 million. We will keep you updated with any news regarding the prize money. Update: In the meantime Riot Games has announced an interim result in Championship Skin sales and the current prize money skyrocketed up to $4,596,591 USD which will continue to rise until November 6th.
The exact distribution of the prize pool to the participating teams can be found in a separate article on our site. >> Bookmakers and Betting Odds for LoL Worlds 2017 | Season 7 Of course our renowned eSports bookmakers will be present at the biggest League of Legends event of the year with betting odds for all games.
Besides the option to directly bet on the there are many other possibilities to place bets e.g. on the number of Barons slain or the team who first gets 10 kills. The odds will be available shortly after all participating teams have been announced. You will find a comparison of all important betting odds right here as usual, or check this resource for for further details.
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best dating league of legends champion 2017 - LoL Worlds 2017 Schedule: Every Match Time and Date
• North America - 3 teams • Europe - 3 teams • Korea - 3 teams • China - 3 teams • Taiwan/Hong Kong/Macao - 3 teams • Brazil - 1 team • CIS - 1 team • Japan - 1 team • Latin America North - 1 team • Latin America South - 1 team • Oceania - 1 team • Southeast Asia - 2 teams • SEA will have an extra berth (1 in the Group Stage and 1 in Round 1 due to GIGABYTE Marine's 5th-6th place finish at the 2017 Mid-Season Invitational. • Turkey - 1 team • Top placing region at the - 1 team • Play-In • Round 1 • 12 teams total • 4 groups of 3 teams • Double Round Robin • Best of 1 matches • Top two teams from each group advance to Round 2 • Round 2 • 8 teams, 4 single matches (#1 seed vs #2 seed) • Best of 5 matches • Winners of each match advance to Group Stage • Group Stage • Teams are divided into 4 groups • Double Round Robin • Best of 1 matches • Top two teams from each group advance to Knockout Stage • Knockout Stage • Single elimination bracket • Best of 5 matches Prize Pool $ 4,946,970 US dollars are spread among the teams as follows : Place Prize (USD) ≈Prize ( EUR) Team $ 1,855,114 € 1,597,298.7 $ 667,841 € 575,027.5 $ 346,288 € 298,162.47 5-8th $ 197,879 € 170,378.68 9-11th $ 111,307 € 95,838.06 12-13th $ 86,571 € 74,539.76 14-16th $ 61,837 € 53,243.18 17-20th $ 37,102 € 31,945.73 21-24th $ 24,735 € 21,297.44 • Conversion Date: Patch Information Stage Play-In Stage Group Stage Knockout Stage Patch Disabled Play-In Stage Participants Rosters Finals D (Bo5) FNC 3 HKA 0 Important Information • Dire Wolves and Team oNe eSports had a tie breaker match to see who would become the second seed out of Group B.
• HK Attitude and Fenerbahçe Esports had a tie breaker match to see who would become the first seed out of Group D.
Group Stage Participants Rosters • • • • • • • • • • • • • Announcements • February 7th, • February 7th, • September 6th, • September 6th, • September 6th, • September 8th, • September 12th, • September 14th, • September 18th, • September 20th, Videos • September 5th, • September 19th, • September 14th, • September 14th, • September 16th, • September 18th, • September 20th, • September 23rd, References
TR Turkey • Play-In () • Group Stage (Round 1) • Twelve teams participate • Teams are drawn into four groups based on seeding • Double Round Robin • Matches are best of one • Top two teams per group advance to Round 2 • Round 2 • Eight teams participate • 1st place teams from the group stage each face a 2nd place team • Matches are best of five • Winners advance to • Group Stage • Teams are divided into four groups () • Double Round Robin • Matches are best of one • Top two teams from each group advance to Knockout Stage • Knockout Stage • Single elimination • Matches are best of five • Patch Information: with disabled.
Prize Pool • Initial prize pool $ 2,250,000 USD (approx. € 1,896,990 EUR) • 25% of sales from Championship Ashe skins & Championship ward skins increase the prize pool. • In the event that a tie cannot be broken between Group Stage teams, prize pool money is averaged. • On October 19, the prize pool reached $ 4,072,101 USD (approx. € 3,502,007 EUR). • On November 2, the prize pool reached $ 4,596,591 USD (approx.
€ 3,942,407 EUR). • Final Prize pool: $ 4,946,970 USD (approx. € 4,177,196 EUR) $ 4,946,970 US Dollars are spread among the teams as seen below: Place Prize (%) Prize (USD) ≈Prize ( EUR) Team 1 37.5% $ 1,855,114 € 1,595,398.04 Converted prizes calculated with values provided by on November 4, 2017, as follows: • $ 1 US Dollars = € 0.86 Euros Top 20 Players Official top 20 players before tournament.
Click for Full Standings Place Role Player 1 Mid 2 ADC 3 Support 4 Top 5 Mid 6 Mid 7 Support 8 Top 9 Support 10 Mid 11 ADC 12 ADC 13 Mid 14 ADC 15 Jungle 16 ADC 17 Support 18 Jungle 19 Mid 20 ADC Participants Qualified for Group Stage Region Seed Pool Team Qualification Date Qualification Path TR Turkey Qualified 6 12 4 15 3 33 3 7 10 5 12 16 3 Players who played at least one game are listed here.
Country of Birth is used. Media Announcements • February 7, • February 7, • August 18, • August 21, • August 28, • September 6, • September 6, • September 6, • September 8, • September 14, • September 22, • September 23, • September 25, • September 28, • September 28, • October 18, Other For additional content, please see the stage-specific pages - and . Locations & Broadcast Venues Play-In / Groups Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals Wuhan, Hubei Guangzhou, Guangdong Shanghai Beijing Wuhan Gymnasium Guangzhou Gymnasium Shanghai Oriental Sports Center Capacity - 7,000 Capacity - 10,000 Capacity - 18,200 Capacity - 91,000 Tiyu Rd, Economic and Technological Development Zone, Wuhan, Hubei, China, 430056 783 Baiyun S Ave, Baiyun Dist., Guangzhou, Guangdong, China, 510405 Yanjiang Hwy, Pudong Dist., Shanghai, China 1 National Stadium S Rd, Chaoyang Dist.,Beijing, China, 100101 References • This page was last edited on 20 December 2018, at 01:43.
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