Teams and Players LoL Worlds 2017

The League of Legends World Championship 2017 is just around the corner by now and it’s time to take a look at the teams and players that are going to perform at the LoL Worlds 2017. As a matter of fact, it may be too soon to already know the teams that qualify for Worlds, the LCS Summer Split 2017 is still in progress as are the leagues of all other regions and it we are still waiting for the LCS 2017 Summer Playoffs to start. But not only the winner of the playoffs qualify for group stage but also the teams with the most Championship Points and teams based on the Regional Qualifiers. Due to this, there are already some teams that are very likely to qualify for group stage, to say the least. We already wrote about the Qualification for LoL Worlds 2017 including Championship Point standings and details about regional tournaments. It will be interesting to see how the teams from Europe, North America and China will do in comparison to South Korea and if they will get dominated once again. Also the frightening tendency of Western teams losing at international events is hopefully coming to an end. At the moment everything seems like SK Telecom T1 is going to become World Champion for another time, even though they have suffered a few setbacks in Summer Split recently. There are already Betting Odds for the Outright Winner of the 2017 League of Legends World Championship. You find more about Betting Odds for the LoL Worlds 2017 here.

Overview: Qualified Teams | LoL Worlds 2017

The year’s tournament will consist of 24 teams instead of 16 as in the last years. Half of them start at the Play-In-Stage and only 4 will qualify for the Group Stage, where the other half of the teams is already waiting. This means that there will be 16 contestants at the Group Stage. Read more about the changed format for LoL Worlds 2017 here.

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The Teams in Detail | LoL Worlds 2017

Taiwan/Hong Kong/Macao (LMS)

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After winning the Spring Split finals against their ancient rivals ahq e-Sports Club and finishing first in the regular Summer Split season 2017 the Flash Wolves from Taiwan are the first team who qualified for this year’s League of Legends World Championship – either as first or second seed. The team established a reputation as the South Korean slayers in the past and are dreaded as great rivals all over the world. Especially midlaner Maple and jungler Karsa are well-known veterans with an international reputation.

Roster

  • Toplane: MMD
  • Jungle: Karsa
  • Midlane: Maple
  • AD-Carry: Betty
  • Support: SwordArt