The League of Legends esports community is buzzing with excitement as the draw results for the Play-In Stage of Worlds 2023 have been announced. The draw show, hosted by Laure “Bulii” Valee and guest Andrei “Odoamne” Pascu, determined the matchups for representatives from various regions including Asia-Pacific, Vietnam, Japan, Latin America, Brazil, and the winner of the Worlds Qualifying Series.
The Play-In Stage consists of two brackets, each featuring four teams. The teams will compete in a best-of-three, double-elimination bracket format. In Bracket A, GAM Esports will go up against LOUD, while PSG Talon will battle Movistar R7. Bracket B will see the winner of the Worlds Qualifying Series face Team Whales, and CTBC Flying Oyster take on DetonatioN FocusMe.
The winners of the upper bracket matches in each bracket will secure automatic qualification for the Swiss Stage. This stage will feature the top-performing teams from major regions such as Korea, China, EMEA, and North America.
The Worlds 2023 tournament will commence on October 10, 2023, at LoL Park in Seoul, South Korea. Fans can catch all the action live on Riot Games' official Twitch and YouTube channels. If you're interested in attending the event, you can find more information on how to get Worlds 2023 tickets.
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– Play-In Stage: The initial stage of the League of Legends Worlds tournament where teams from various regions compete for a spot in the main event.
– Bracket: A division or grouping of teams in a tournament.
– Double elimination: A format where teams have to lose twice in order to be eliminated from the tournament.
– Swiss Stage: A format where teams compete against each other in a round-robin style, with the top-performing teams advancing to the next stage.
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