League of Legends Championship



After one month of competition, the League of Legends World Championship finalists will go head-to-head this weekend. Both Fnatic and Invictus Gaming are fighting to take home the second Worlds trophy for their region as well as the rights to make unlimited memes shit talking NA and Korea.

The last time a non-Asian team played in the World Championships was back in 2011. Steve Jobs was still making iPhones and illegally parking in handicap spots. Kony 2012 was yet to be revealed to the world. Tyler1 was still running it down mid in usual fashion. League was barely recognizable as the same game we play today.

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First, a lot has happened between now and the group stage where Fnatic defeated IG 2-1. IG has shown improvements in recent weeks, defeating KT Rolster (the championship favorites) in the quarterfinals. Invictus then smashed G2 in the semifinals whereas Fnatic has had faced much easier knockout stage opponents.

There’s also the very terrifying thought of Fnatic having to face Rookie in a best-of-five series. The mid-lane god will be able to dig deep into his vast champion pool to outsmart Fnatic in ways we couldn’t see during their group stage matches.

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Devoted pros like Rekkles have been working nearly six years alongside Fnatic to take home a dub and I doubt they plan to back down now. On paper, both teams can win; it’s going to come down to who shows up in the finals—Invictus or Fnatic. LPL or LCS. The east or the west.

Be sure to catch the finals opening ceremony this Saturday at 2:30am CT.

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