Starting October 2nd 2019, the ninth League of Legends World Championship Tournament will begin. Season 9 of the competitive scene has been a roller coaster for the fans and teams alike. We have seen stunning upsets like G2 Esports and Team Liquid finding international success in MSI, while also seeing teams return to form like SKT T1. This year’s worlds also stand out in the hearts of western fans as there hasn’t been a more promising year for the west to claim the Summoner’s Cup. Let’s take a look at the teams that will be fighting game for game to claim the title of world champion.

Here is a list of all the teams making an appearance at Worlds 2019.

LMS (Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macao)

  • J Team
  • Ahq Esports Club
  • Hong Kong Attitude 

 

VCS (Vietnam)

  • GAM Esports
  • Lowkey Esports

 

LPL (China) 

  • FunPlus Phoenix
  • Royal Never Give Up
  • Invictus Gaming

 

LCK (South Korea)

  • SK Telecom T1
  • Griffin
  • DAMWON Gaming

 

LEC (Europe)

  • G2 Esports
  • Fnatic
  • Splyce

 

LCS (North America)

  • Team Liquid
  • Cloud9
  • Clutch Gaming

 

CBLOL (Brazil)

  • Flamengo Esports

 

LCL (Russia) 

  • Unicorns of Love

 

LJL (Japan) 

  • DetonatioN FocusMe

 

LLA (Latin America) 

  • Isurus Gaming 

 

OPL (Oceania)

  • Team Mammoth 

 

LST (South East Asia)

  • MEGA

 

TCL (Turkey) 

  • Royal Youth

 

As the teams and tactics of Season 9 have advanced so has the competitive integrity of the professional scene as well. Consumers of League were able to see jaw dropping upsets, and inspirational underdog stories. Fans should be nothing less than on the edge of their seats watching Worlds 2019. We will see stories of redemption, vengeance, and glory playing out October 2nd to November 10th. The World Championship will be streaming on Twitch, so be there and witness history.