FunPlus Phoenix and G2 Esports, the two top teams of the 2019 summer split and of the tournament, faced off for a chance at lifting the World Championship trophy. It was a one-sided affair: FunPlus Phoenix rose victorious 3-0 and lifted the Summoners’ Cup for 2019.
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It's D-Day! The League of Legends Worlds 2019 Grand Finals just ended with the win of FunPlus Phoenix. G2 Esports failed to achieve the Grand Slam, and lost 0-3 while facing the LPL champions.
From Gamers2 to G2 Esports, Ocelote and his team beat all challenges on their path and winning against triple world champions SKT T1 was surely one of the biggest. Their semi-final match also marked one huge record: it was the most-viewed event in esports history.
Do you feel like you have a gambler's soul? Want to prove to the world that your predictions are the best? Well, Worlds Pick'Em starts today, just in time for the Main Event Group Stage.
G2 Esports prevailed against SK Telecom T1 in the 2019 Worlds semifinals, a rematch of their Mid-Season Invitational confrontation. There was no need for Silver Scrapes this time, as G2 won 3-1 and advanced to the finals where they will face FunPlus Phoenix.
The long-awaited all-LPL semifinal in the 2019 League of Legends World Championship has delivered many twists and turns, and the ensuing bloodbath provided plenty of highlight moments. Ultimately, LPL #1 seed FunPlus Phoenix beat defending champions Invictus Gaming 3-1 and advanced to the finals.
LoL Worlds 2019 Quarterfinals Recap—SK Telecom T1, G2 Esports book ticket for epic semifinal rematch
The 2019 World Championship quarterfinals’ second day of action hosted the last remaining western teams in the tournament, and both distinguished themselves against Korea’s finest. SK Telecom T1 dug deep to beat Splyce in four games, and G2 Esports cruised in a 3-1 series.
LoL Worlds 2019 Quarterfinals Recap—FunPlus Phoenix silence crowd, join Invictus Gaming in semifinal
LPL squads Invictus Gaming and FunPlus Phoenix showcased dominance in the 2019 World Championship quarterfinals after they beat Griffin and Fnatic 3-1 each. In doing so, they advance to an all-LPL semifinal clash, with the winner going to the World Championship finals.
The 2019 World Championship’s final group day unfolded in dramatic fashion as Invictus Gaming demolished Team Liquid in a winner-take-all match, heading to the playoffs as Group D’s second seed. As for DAMWON Gaming, the Pool 3 team claimed the group’s top seed unchallenged.
Fnatic mounted a miraculous run in the group of death at the 2019 World Championship, as they won three straight to secure Group C's second seed over Royal Never Give Up. In the meantime, SK Telecom T1 took care of business and secured first seed. In the meantime, Clutch Gaming ended 0-6.
On the wake of the 2019 World Championship’s fifth day of action, Griffin emerged at the top of Group A after a flawless day, beating G2 twice to seal their position. As for Cloud9 and Hong Kong Attitude, their Worlds campaign was over after their first games of the day.
FunPlus Phoenix and Splyce thrived in the 2019 World Championship’s fifth day of action and qualified to the quarterfinals after seven tense games. In the process, both teams have reached the knockout stage for the first time in their history, with FPX doing so in their first time ever.
The 2019 League of Legends World Championship group stage’s fourth day was about dominant showings, as SK Telecom T1 and FunPlus Phoenix blitzed through their opponents. Meanwhile, Royal Never Give Up, J Team and Griffin outlasted Fnatic, Splyce and Cloud9; and G2 Esports rose to 3-0 in Group A.
Fellow Team SoloMid fans, you can now breathe peacefully. Longtime player Bjergsen has officially signed a new deal with the famous NA organization for two-years, also becoming part-owner of the team in the process.
The third day of the 2019 League of Legends World Championship has ended in fireworks as G2 Esports popped health bars left, right and center against Cloud9. Before that, many teams took center stage, with DAMWON Gaming, FunPlus Phoenix, GAM Esports, Team Liquid and Griffin making an impact.
Top seeds SK Telecom T1 and G2 Esports prevailed against Royal Never Give Up and Griffin in the 2019 League of Legends World Championship's second day of action. In the meantime, DAMWON and Fnatic recovered from their Day 1 defeats, Invictus Gaming doubles down, and Cloud9 win their first game.
The 2019 League of Legends World Championship Group Stage has started at long last. By the time Worlds Day 1 ended, J Team’s memorable performance shone the brightest. In the meantime, Splyce, Team Liquid, SK Telecom T1, Invictus Gaming and Royal Never Give Up also made a strong impression.
League of Legends World Championship started today with the Play-in phase! Clutch Gaming, Unicorns of Love, DAMWON Gaming, Splyce, Mammoth, Isurus Gaming — which of these teams will access the Main Event?!
League of Legends World Championship starts in a few hours, and we're already refreshing the stream to be sure to catch every second of it. Did you know you could watch it through the eyes of the players? That's what the Pro-View is made for!
Two weeks before the League of Legends World Championship — their first ever international tournament — Griffin have announced the departure of Head Coach Kim "cvMax" Dae-ho.