South Korea will host Worlds 2023, and the previous edition’s champion, Invictus Gaming, dominated the competition. This has been verified by Riot Games.
The upcoming headline event in 2023 will follow a new format, with 22 teams fighting against one another based on Play-In, Swiss, and Knockout stage-based competition.
To secure a place in the main event, each team must compete in the World Qualifying Series.
— James Carmichael (@RiotIceFarmer) January 10, 2023
In the future, Riot Games will concentrate on adding more such locations.
Four teams from each double-elimination category will participate in the Play-Ins system that will be used for the main event.
Every team must win at least three games to move on to the knockout rounds, and any team that loses three games will be eliminated from the competition.
Eight teams will advance to the postseason.
It's pretty crazy that Faker has never played a major tournament in South Korea before
Two MSI titles
Three world titles
But MSI 2022 will be the first time the home fans can serenade the GOAT at a major Riot tournament
Gonna be a cool moment! pic.twitter.com/2iDMUIyQPA
— The Esports Writer (@FionnOnFire) April 30, 2022
The best-of-five format will be used for all teams competing in the playoff round. The final match, which decides who will win the main event, will be eagerly anticipated.
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