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LEAGUE OF LEGENDS WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP 2021

With the 2020 LOL World Championship closed, it is time to start concentrating on 2021.

North America has played host to three of our past eight League of Legends World Championships. because the North American LCS continues to develop aboard team partners, we are excited to come to the region in 2021.

But, “We continue to follow guidelines from health organizations around the world,” said Nicolo Laurent, CEO at Riot Games.

In order to compensate, Worlds will come to China in 2021.

ESPN author Tyler Erzberger documented huge amounts of money being poured into a Chinese hosted event. A second-round can permit fans to not solely attend however still see the World championship 2020 spectacle Riot had in store. Riot is also suspending World championship 2022 in North America to 2022. Considering the United States is still fighting the infection, it's unknown if North-America can prepare enough to host a world event. This delay allows longer to bring COVID-19 under control.

Teams around the world are getting ready for free agency and searching at ways that to return after the Summoner's Cup next year, and though the offseason image would possibly change with big moves within the month to come, there is a pretty clear picture straight away of WHO the contenders and pretenders will be come back January. With all that in mind, and also the caveat that loads will change between currently and also the new season, here's a glance at the best teams in the world championship going into 2021.

These are world championship quarterfinalist contenders. The farther down you get in the top ten the less probably that team may win it all, however it is not out of the realm of risk.

1- DAMWON GAMING

The scariest factor concerning DAMWON gaming is that their core is simply hitting their prime. As a five-man unit, DWG would possibly somehow become even scarier in 2021, however that all hinges on if they can bring back the side that dusted off G2 Esports within the recent world championship in the fastest game in the tournament's 10-year history.

While talisman Heo "Showmaker" Su, mountainous jungler Kim "Canyon" Geon-bu and stalwart AD carry Jang "Ghost" Yong-jun are all in contract till 2021 ends, two of their starters see their contracts come back up this offseason in Jang "Nuguri" Ha-gwon and Cho "BeryL" Geon-hee. If they will keep their ace high laner and shotcaller support, there's no reason why DAMWON should not be topping our power rankings.

2- SUNING

Our worlds challenger are a bit high on this list in my opinion, however with their League of Legends World Championship final look and dominion over this metagame, it isn't an egregious placement either.

The LoL pro League has created 3 straight finals appearances and won 2 of the past 3 world championships as a result of their groups have work the meta sort of a figurative glove, and also the same goes for jungler le "SofM" Quang Duy and Suning. trying ahead, Suning have locked up the majority of their 2020 roster through 2021 with the notable exceptions of SofM and support Hu "SwordArt" Shuo-Chieh, 2 instrumental items in their worlds run. If Suning lose those 2, their pre-ranking can drop considerably in my eyes, even with monster rookies Chen "Bin" Ze-Bin and Tang "huanfeng" Huan-Feng contracted through 2022.

3- TOP ESPORTS

The only coming expiring contract on this prime Esports squad is for substitute support Zhang "QiuQiu" ming, that is sweet news for TES fans providing none of their players are bought out. Although Suning finished up because the lighter team in this meta, significantly with how they played around the jungle position, TES are a powerful team that feature a mixture of young players like prime laner top "369" Jia-Hao, bot laner Yu "JackeyLove" Wen-Bo and support Liang "yuyanjia" Jia-Yuan. They not solely created it far at worlds however appeared in 2 domestic finals this year, winning one of them.

4- JD GAMING

JD gaming are another team, like TES, that saw domestic success however were eliminated by fellow LPL brethren Suning a bit earlier at worlds than expected. Jungler Seo "Kanavi" Jin-hyeok, one amongst the main stars on this team, is a player that JDG probably are going to be looking to keep and will be a crucial person to keep an eye on throughout this offseason. bot laner Lee LokeN Dong-wook had a career year and like Kanavi, his contract is also purportedly up at the end of 2020. Most important for JDG is that the fact that their two solo laners, Zhang "Zoom" Xing-Ran and Zeng "Yagao" vitality, at the side of support Zuo "LvMao" Ming-Hao contracted contractile through 2022.

5- G2 ESPORTS

After G2 lost to the revenge-seeking DAMWON in the League of Legends World Championship semifinals, folks were curious what would be next for the European juggernaut; there aren't any contracts expiring on the starting roster, however the ELEPHANT in the room is usually the lane position of ‘’Perkz’’ and his middle lane counterpart, Rasmus Caps Winther.

Both natural middle laners, they've swapped positions a couple of times. currently the question of who plays where will arise again. but this time there are more.

6- INVICTUS GAMING

One of the more fun elements of this year's world championship was paying attention to ig top laner Kang "TheShy" Seung-lok lose his mind whereas watching Suning and TES play each other while South Korean caster Lee "CloudTemplar" Hyun-woo valiantly tried to form TheShy admit that he does similar things in ig games. TheShy is in everyone's intension once again despite inconsistent performances this year and technically being contracted to ig throughout 2021.

7- FUNPLUS PHOENIX

That unit was tested this year with the team's struggles in attempting to integrate top laner Kim "Khan" Dong-ha into their system, and Kim "Gimgoon" Han-saem finished up still being the higher possibility for the team, despite being weaker in 1-v-1 laning. Ultimately, I hope FPX stay because i like how this team plays once they're on and the meta favors them and haven't heard something to contrary regarding their roster.