In what was a record setting tournament, with an unprecedented EU vs NA final at a major League of Legends event, we were guaranteed to see a new major region come out on top and lift that MSI trophy.
After a much anticipated final, G2 Esports ultimately came out on top with a convincing 3-0 victory over the LCS Spring champions, Team Liquid and secured Europe’s first major international trophy in over 8 years.
G2 Esports did not have an easy run by any means, with having to defeat former multiple time League of Legends World champions, Sk Telecom T1 to make their way into the grand final against Team Liquid.
Team Liquid also performed well despite their defeat in grand finals, with one of the best showings from a North American team has had at an International event in years, beating the reigning world champions, Invictus Gaming and finishing in second place at MSI 2019.
The strong results from the western teams have proved that the gap between major regions at international League of Legends events has finally closed.
Wunder, Jankos, Caps, Perkz, Mikyx
Impact, Xmithie, Jensen, Doublelift, CoreJJ
Sk Telecom T1
Khan, Clid, Faker, Teddy, Mata
TheShy, Ning, Rookie, JackeyLove, Baolan
Hanabi, Bugi, Rather, Betty, ShiauC
Phong Vu Buffalo
Zeros, Meliodas, Naul, BigKoro, Palette
BOSS, AHaHaCiK, Nomanz, SaNTaS, Razly
Ruin, Kirei, Bolulu, Hades, Japone
Evi, Steal, Ceros, Yutapon, Gaeng
Rockky, Jjun, G4, Lloyd, Pop
Mimic, Balkhan, Ryoma, FBI, Rogue
Buggax, Oddie, Seiya, Warangelus, Slow
Tay, Shini, Envy, Mills, Redbert