Only two teams remain in the 2018 League of Legends World Championship.
This year’s historic tournament has been one of the most exciting and unpredictable to date.
For the first time since 2013, the champion is guaranteed to not be a South Korean team. The country that has dominated almost since first entering the game as an international contender was this year eliminated entirely in the quarter-finals, their worst showing ever at a World Championship.
At the end of a gruelling month of competition, just Fnatic and Invictus Gaming remain standing. One will walk away with the trophy, their names immortalized in the game’s history and their champions immortalized with skins in the game itself.
The two are actually meeting for the second time, having faced off in the group stages. There it was iG who drew first blood, but Fnatic responded with a win of their own and another in the tie-breaker to claim the top seed.
The final will begin with an opening ceremony featuring a live performance of this year’s Worlds anthem “Rise”, as well as “several surprises” and a special performance debut of a new Riot-produced son featuring Madison Beer, Miyeon and Soyeon of (G)I-DLE, and Jaira Burns.
The final showdown between Fnatic and Invictus will take place on Saturday November 3 at the following international times:
|Fnatic vs Invictus Gaming||12:30 AM||3:30 AM||7:30 AM||8:30 AM||6:30 PM|