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Which Teams Have Qualified For League of Legends Worlds 2023?

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The 2023 League of Legends World Championship is set to ignite on October 10th to 15, with teams from all corners of the world securing their spots to compete in South Korea. Get ready for the ultimate showdown as we bring you the latest updates on the top-notch squads that have already secured their place at Worlds.

Worlds 2023 Teams:

LCK (Korea):

  • Gen.G – 1st Seed
  • T1 – 2nd Seed
  • KT Rolster – 3rd Seed
  • Dplus KIA – 4th Seed

LPL (China):

  • JD Gaming – 1st Seed
  • Bilibili Gaming – 2nd Seed
  • LNG Esports – 3rd Seed
  • WBG Gaming – 4th Seed


  • The LEC teams are still fighting for their spots in the upcoming LEC 2023 Season Finals.

LCS (North America):

  • NRG
  • C9
  • Team Liquid

PCS (Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macao, Southeast Asia, Oceania):

  • The PCS representatives are yet to be determined. The PCS 2023 Summer Champion and Runner-Up will unveil the contenders for the play-in stage.

VCS (Vietnam):

  • The VCS representatives are also in suspense, with the VCS 2023 Summer Champion and Runner-Up set to be revealed soon.

CBLOL (Brazil):

  • The CBLOL representatives are awaiting their champions. The Split Two Playoffs will decide which team earns the coveted ticket to Worlds.

LJL (Japan):

  • DetonatioN FocusMe is locked in for the play-in stage, ready to represent Japan on the world stage.

LLA (Latin America):

  • Movistar R7 has secured a place in the play-in stage, showcasing their dominance in the Latin America region.

Where and when will the League of Legends World Championship 2023 be held?

The location for the highly anticipated epic battle has been confirmed. Worlds 2023 will be held in South Korea from October 10 to November 19. The schedule for the event is as follows:

  • The action kicks off in Seoul with the Play-In Stage from October 10 to 15 at the legendary LoL Park.
  • The Swiss Stage follows suit in Seoul, running from October 19 to 23 and then from October 26 to 29 at the KBS Arena.
  • The Knockout Stage features thrilling Quarterfinals from November 2 to 5, followed by Semifinals on November 11-12, both hosted at the Sajik Indoor Gymnasium in Busan.
  • The Grand Finale is set for November 19 at the iconic Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul, the largest indoor venue in the country and the home of Seoul-based baseball team, Kiwoom Heroes.

What was the reason for the reschedule?

The World Final has been strategically rescheduled to accommodate the highly anticipated 19th Asian Games, set to take place from September 23 to October 8 in Hangzhou, China. This year, League of Legends, alongside six other Esports disciplines, will be featured as medal events for the very first time in the Asian Games.