The League of Legends Worlds 2023 brings the best of LoL in South Korea

The Worlds 2023 is the biggest League of Legends event in the world. With the best LoL teams from all over the world in competition, this event is the pinnacle of League of Legends competition. This year, Worlds 2023 is taking place in Seoul, South Korea. Here’s all you need to know about the competition, including format, live score, and more.

Worlds 2023 will take place on Patch 13.19. The patch was released earlier last month giving pros enough time to weigh in on the meta and adjust to the Worlds Patch. 

Worlds 2023: Live score and results

Grand Finals

T1 esports are your Worlds 2023 Champions!

Team 1
Team 2
Score
T1Weibo Gaming3-0

Knockout Stage

Stage
Team 1
Team 2
Winner
Score
QuarterfinalsGen.GBilibili GamingBilibili Gaming2-3
QuarterfinalsNRGWeibo GamingWeibo Gaming0-3
QuarterfinalsJD GamingKT RolsterJD Gaming3-1
QuarterfinalsLNG EsportsT1LNG0-3
SemifinalsBilibili GamingWeibo GamingWeibo Gaming2-3
SemifinalsJD GamingT1T11-3

Swiss Stage

Standings

Team
Matches
Games
Gen.G Esports3-04-0
JD Gaming3-04-1
LNG esports3-15-3
NRG3-14-1
T13-14-1
Bilibili Gaming3-24-4
KT Rolster3-25-3
Weibo Gaming3-25-3
DPlus2-34-4
Fnatic2-34-5
G2 esports2-33-6
Cloud91-32-4
GAM Esports1-32-5
MAD Lions1-31-4
Team BDS0-30-4
Team Liquid0-31-4

Round 1

Team 1
Team 2
Score
T1Team Liquid1-0
Cloud9MAD Lions1-0
Gen.GGAM1-0
JDGBDS1-0
G2DK1-0
NRGWBG0-1
FNCLNG0-1
BLGKT1-0

Round 2

High

Team 1
Team 2
Score
Cloud9LNG0-1
Gen.GT11-0
G2 esportsWeibo Gaming1-0
JDGBilbili Gaming1-0

Low

Team 1
Team 2
Score
NRGTeam Liquid1-0
MAD LionsBDS1-0
FnaticGAM1-0
KTDK1-0

Round 3

High

Team 1
Team 2
Score
JDGLNG2-1
G2 esportsGen.G esports0-2

Mid

Team 1
Team 2
Score
T1 esportsCloud91-0
NRGMAD Lions1-0
Bilbili GamingFnatic1-0
KTWeibo Gaming1-0

Low

Team 1
Team 2
Score
Team LiquidGAM Esports1-2
DKBDS2-0

Round 4

High

Team 1
Team 2
Score
KTLNG1-2
NRGG2 esports
T1Bilibili Gaming

Low

Team 1
Team 2
Score
Cloud9Fnatic1-2
MAD LionsWeibo Gaming0-2
DKGAM2-0

Round 5

Team 1
Team 2
Score
KT RolsterDK2-0
FnaticWeibo Gaming1-2
G2 esportsBiliBili Gaming1-2

Play-In Round 2

Team 1
Team 2
Score
PSG.TalonTeam BDS2-3
Team WhalesGAM esports1-3

Play-In Round 1

Team
Map
Score
PSG Talon2-04-0
GAM Esports2-14-2
LOUD1-22-4
Rainbow 70-20-4
Team
Map
Score
Team Whales2-04-2
Team BDS2-15-2
CTBC Flying Roster1-23-4
DetonatioN FocusMe0-20-4

Group A

Date
Stage
Team 1
Team 2
Score
October 10Round 1 - Group APSGR72-0
October 10Round 1 - Group AGAMLLL0-2
October 12Round 1 - Group APSGLLL2-0
October 13Round 1 - Group AR7GAM0-2
October 14Round 1 - Group ALLLGAM0-2

Group B

Date
Stage
Team 1
Team 2
Score
October 11Round 1 - Group BCFODFM2-0
October 11Round 1 - Group BBDSTW1-2
October 12Round 1 - Group BCFOTW1-2
October 13Round 1 - Group BDFMBDS0-2
October 14Round 1 - Group BCFOBDS0-2

Play-In Round 2

Stage
Team 1
Team 2
Score
Round 2PSG TalonTeam BDS2-3
Round 2Team WhalesGAM Esports1-3

Swiss Stage

Worlds 2023 Participating Teams

There are 22 teams taking part in Worlds 2023. The 22 teams come from all over the world and feature some of the best teams in action. Here are all the 22 teams that will take part in the competition:

  1. Gen.G
  2. T1
  3. KT Rolster
  4. DPlus
  5. JD Gaming
  6. Bilibili Gaming
  7. LNG esports
  8. Weibo Gaming
  9. G2 esports
  10. Fnatic
  11. MAD Lions
  12. NRG
  13. Cloud9
  14. Team Liquid
  15. CTBC Flying Oyster
  16. DetonatioN FocusMe
  17. GAM esports
  18. LOUD
  19. PSG Talon
  20. Rainbow 7
  21. Team BDS
  22. Team Whales

Where can I watch Worlds 2023?

Worlds 2023 will stream live on Twitch. You can catch the action live below as we have embedded it for your convenience.

What is the Worlds format?

  • Qualification
    • 22 teams from professional leagues will qualify for the event.
    • LPL and LCK will have 4 slots, while LEC and LCS will have 3 slots, PCS and VCS will have 2 slots, remaining slots will be one each for CBLOL, LJL, LLA, and Worlds Qualifying Series.[1]
  • Play-InRound 1 - October 10th - 14th
    • Eight teams are divided into two groups where they play a Double Elimination bracket
    • All matches are played in a Bo3.
    • Top 2 teams in each group advance to Play-In Round 2.
    • Bottom 2 teams in each group are eliminated.
  • Play-In Round 2 - October 15th
    • Four teams from Play-In: Round 1.
    • The Upper Bracket winner from each group compete against Lower Bracket winners of the other group
    • All matches are played in a Bo5.
    • Two winners will advance to Swiss.
  • Swiss - October 19th - 23rd and 26th - 29th
    • Two teams from the Play-In Stage join fourteen teams with direct entry from China, South Korea, Europe and North America
    • 16 Team Swiss System Format
      • Round 1 teams will be paired against teams from a different region
      • Rounds 2 to 5 are seeded based on each team win-loss record
      • Elimination and Advancement matches are Bo3
      • All other matches are Bo1.
    • Teams that reach 3 wins in swiss advance to Knockout Stage.
    • Teams that reach 3 losses in swiss are eliminated.
    • Throughout the Swiss Stage, side selection will be determined by initial draw pool - the higher pool will receive side selection.
    • In matches between teams from the same draw pool, side selection will be determined by coinflip.
  • Knockout Stage - November 2nd - 5th, November 11th - 12th and November 19th
    • Eight teams play in a single elimination bracket.
    • Side Selection Privilege
      • Teams with Side Selection Privilege can choose the side in game 1, after that, the losing team can choose the side in the next game.
      • In Quarterfinals, TBA
      • In the following matches, the Side Selection Privilege will be determined by coin flip.
    • All matches are Bo5.

Final Placements

Placement
Team
Prize Pool
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