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LOL Worlds 2020 Group Stage Ends, 8 Teams Qualifies For Quarterfinals

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After a two-week-long battle featuring the best teams across the globe. LOL Worlds 2020 got their top 8 teams that will compete in the quarter-finals starting from 15th October. Today was the last day of the group stage which was played between the group D teams – Top Esports, FlyQuest, Unicorns Of Love, DRX. The last day of the group stage had some exciting matches. The last match was a treat for the Top esports fans where they defeated Team DRX and ended at the top of the table.

Though Top esports and DRX already qualified for the next round before their match. The match decided their seedings for the quarterfinals.

NEXT ROUND SEEDINGS

With the end of the group stage, Quarterfinals knockout brackets are out. It will be a single-elimination round where all the matches will be best of 5. The matches are as follows –

  • TOP Esports vs Fnatic
  • Suning vs JD Gaming
  • Gen.G vs G2 Esports
  • Damwon Gaming vs DRX

TOP Esports will be taking on Fnatic on the first day of the quarterfinals starting from 15th October. The European team finished second in the Group C with 4-2 score. They lost from LGD in the first half of the group stage and Gen.G defeated them in the last match of the group stage.

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TSM and Unicorns Of Love Took Exit Without Any Win

This year’s championship saw some bizarre performance from two teams, TSM and Unicorns Of Love. Both the teams could not get a single win in their respective group stage matches. The teams ended their world’s journey with 0-6 score. TSM became the first pool one team in League of Legends history to finish 0-6 in the group stage at the World Championship. The champions of LCS Summer 2020 could not perform well in the group stage.

After their defeat Unicorns Of Love wrote, “So, here the journey ends – GGWP FlyQuest. Our Team worked all their way through the Play-Ins, even in the Group Stage they showed up confident and never gave up the games at any point. Thanks to everyone who supported us – You are amazing! We will come back stronger.”

To lighten the mood and keep positive sportsmanship, the team also shared some funny memes on their twitter account.

Ayush Hemdan
Ayush is an engineer, gamer, esports enthusiast and a writer by hobby. He has been following esport gaming from a couple of years making him immensely knowledgeable in this field.

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