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LoL Worlds 2018 Qualified Teams

LoL Worlds 2018 Qualified Teams are now known… Well all of them except for VCS Winner which is to be decided in the following days. That’s the only remaining spot in the Main Tournament Group Stage along with the remaining top-tier teams; with others (including wildcard region teams) starting their endeavor from the play-in stage.

LoL Worlds 2018, just like all previous iterations, is going to be the grand pinnacle of this LoL competitive season. It’s the biggest LoL event of them all and has that special charm that makes it a spectacle for millions of people all around the world.

And it’s not surprising either – LoL Worlds 2018 qualified teams all know that the main goal of their regular seasonal leagues (such as NA & EU LCS, LCK, LPL, and others) is the qualification for Worlds. It’s as simple as that… And for that very reason, LoL Worlds 2018 qualified teams and their players who play LoL for money are already on huge pressure. Even though the tournament is yet to start…



LoL Worlds 2018 Qualified Teams

Now we’re going to take a look at all the teams that have managed to qualify for the LoL Worlds 2018 tournament. Keep in mind that some of them have qualified directly to the group stage of this tournament. Other LoL Worlds 2018 Qualified, just like we already mentioned above, will have to make their way through the Play-In stage. So, without any further adue, let’s check them out!

Group Stage

  • KT Rolster (Qualified by Winning LCK Summer Playoffs)
  • Fnatic (Qualified by Winning EU LCS Summer Playoffs)
  • RNG (Qualified by Winning LPL Summer Playoffs)
  • Flash Wolves (Qualified by Winning LMS Summer Playoffs)
  • Afreeca Freecs (Qualified by Having the Most LCK Points)
  • Team Vitality (Qualified by Having the Most EU LCS Points)
  • Team Liquid (Qualified by Winning NA LCS Summer Playoffs)
  • 100 Thieves (Qualified by Having the most NA LCS Points)
  • Invictus Gaming (Qualified by Having the Most LPL Points)
  • MAD Team (Qualified by Having the Most LMS Points)
  • G (Qualified by Winning LCK Regional Finals)
  • TBD (Qualified by Winning VCS Summer Playoffs)

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Play-In Stage

  • Edward Gaming (Qualified by Winning LPL Regional Finals)
  • G2 Esports (Qualified by Winning EU LCS Regional Finals)
  • Cloud9 (Qualified by Winning NA LCS Regional Finals)
  • Gambit Esports (Qualified by Winning LCLRegional Finals)
  • Infinity eSports (Qualified by Winning LLN Closing Finals)
  • KaBuM! e-Sports (Qualified by Winning CBLOL Winter Finals)
  • SuperMassive eSports (Qualified by Winning TCL Summer Finals)
  • Ascension Gaming (Qualified by Winning Globe Conquerors Manila Finals)
  • Dire Wolves (Qualified by Winning OPL Split 2 Finals)
  • Kaos Latin Gamers (Qualified by Winning CLS Closing Finals)
  • DetonatioN FocusMe (Qualified by Winning LJL Finals)
  • TBD (Qualified by Winning LMS Regional Finals)

Wrapping Things Up…

That would be it as far as LoL Worlds 2018 qualified teams are concerned. As you could’ve seen for yourselves, there are still 2 teams left to be decided but the deciding matches are set to be played in the following days. When that time comes we’ll make sure to update this section and give you the last 2 remaining names so your esports betting systems for this tournament have a head start!

 

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