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As a result of Istanbul Wildcats’ triumph in the championship match of the TCL Summer Playoffs, the organization has been awarded the last available spot in the 2022 League of Legends World Championship. They will be the twelfth and last team to participate in the play-ins, which will begin on September 29. These play-ins will begin on September 29.
OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE ON THE TCL
Only one of the teams competing in the Turkish Championship League (TCL) will be allowed to compete in the World Play-Ins. The Istanbul Wildcats finished the regular season in second place, earning a seed of second, and qualified for the semi-finals with a record of 14 wins and 18 losses. There, they defeated Super Massive Blaze with a perfect 3-0 score, and then they faced Fenerbahce Esports in the championship match.
The playoff run that Fenerbahce had was incredible and completely unexpected. They were able to secure their spot in the final by defeating the top seed in the Dark Passage bracket, NASR eSports. However, the Wildcats had other plans, and despite the fact that Fenerbahce put up a valiant effort, the Wildcats ultimately prevailed with a score of 3-2.
The Wildcats have been the major representatives of the TCL at three out of the last four international League of Legends competitions that have taken place since 2021. They were so close to qualifying for the World Championships just one year ago, but Galatasaray Esports ultimately prevailed in the qualification process. They were eliminated from competition in the group stage of this year’s Mid Season Invitational, which was hosted in Korea, and their record was 1-5. They have a record of 2-10 across all of their matches that take place on the international stage.
On Sunday, when the League of Legends Championship Series came to a close, the North American teams were finally able to determine their seeds. The tournament’s victors, Cloud9, and its runners-up, 100 Thieves, have both been invited to compete in the main event. In addition, the team that finished in third place, Evil Geniuses, will represent North America in the play-ins.
The Wildcats will compete alongside four other teams, including DRX and Royal Never Give Up, both of whom are ranked number four in their respective countries of origin, Korea and China. The remaining three teams in Group B are the second-seeded Saigon Buffalo from Vietnam, the fourth-seeded MAD Lions from Europe, and the top-seeded Isurus from Latin America.
The third-placed team from Europe, Fnatic, the second-placed team from Southeast Asia, BeyondGaming, the first-placed team from Japan, Detonation FocusMe, and the third-placed team from the LCS in North America, Evil Geniuses, are all part of Group A. The last two teams in Group A of the play-ins are LOUD and Chiefs Esports Club of Oceania. LOUD recently took first place in Brazil’s CBLOL tournament.
WORLDS 2022 PLAY-INS
The play-in rounds for the World Championship will begin on September 29 and continue through October 4 in Mexico City. The two teams that finished in last place in each group will be eliminated. The first-place team in each group will advance directly to the Main Event, and the teams who finished second through fourth will compete in the knockout rounds. Only two of these six teams will advance to the World Championships in their respective categories.
This year, the global championship will be open to a total of 24 teams, including those that have already qualified for the play-in rounds. Due to the fact that the LCL, which was Russia’s most important League of Legends competition, had to be canceled, Europe was given Russia’s slot. This is because Europe has been the region with the best performance during international competitions over the past two years, and they do not already have four slots. The MAD Lions, who were the number four seed in the LEC, have taken the place of the Unicorns of Love, who had qualified for the play-ins from the LCL the previous season but have now been eliminated from contention.
EDward Gaming, the team that won the World Championships the year before, has earned a spot in the main competition as the third seed for China. They will be competing alongside the CBLOL champions, JD Gaming, as well as the runners-up, Top Esports, who qualified through the first place seed and championship points respectively. EDG was eliminated in the semi-finals, however they were able to sneak in because they had previously competed in and won the regional competition.
At the World Championships held the year before, all of the top four seeds came from either the LPL or the LCK. In addition to EDG, the second-through-fourth seeded DWG KIA, T1, and Gen.G are all participating in this year’s Championship once again. Gen.G in particular are on a high after they won the LCK for the very first time in their organization’s existence.
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