LoL Worlds 2019 standings and results

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The best teams on the planet are in action trying to improve their place in the LoL Worlds 2019 standings during the main event group stage in Berlin.

The League of Legends 2019 World Championship Main Event Group stage will deliver the eight teams to compete in the LoL Worlds 2019 Knockout stage. The first two teams of each of the four main event group standings will qualify to the LoL Worlds 2019 quarterfinals taking place on October 26th and 27th in Palacio Vistalegre, Madrid, Spain.

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LoL Worlds 2019 results and fixtures


Quarterfinals, October 26th

Quarterfinals, October 27th


Day 8, October 20th

Group D
  • 2pm CEST - ahq e-Sports Club 0-1 Invcitus Gaming
  • 3pm CEST - Team Liquid 0-1 DAMWON Gaming
  • 4pm CEST - Team Liquid 1-0 ahq e-Sports Club
  • 5pm CEST - DAMWON Gaming 1-0 Invictus Gaming
  • 6pm CEST - DAMWON Gaming 1-0 ahq e-Sports Club
  • 7pm CEST - Invictus Gaming 1-0 Team Liquid

Day 7, October 19th

Group C
  • 2pm CEST - Royal Never Give Up 0-1 T1
  • 3pm CEST - Clutch Gaming 0-1 FNATIC
  • 4pm CEST - T1 0-1 FNATIC
  • 5pm CEST - Clutch Gaming 0-1 Royal Never Give Up
  • 6pm CEST - T1 1-0 Clutch Gaming
  • 7pm CEST - FNATIC 1-0 Royal Never Give Up

Day 6, October 18th

Group A
  • 3pm CEST - Griffin 1-0 Cloud9
  • 4pm CEST - G2 Esports 1-0 Hong Kong Attitude
  • 5pm CEST - Hong Kong Attitude 0-1 Griffin
  • 6pm CEST - Cloud9 0-1 G2 Esports
  • 7pm CEST - Hong Kong Attitude 0-1 Cloud9
  • 8pm CEST - G2 Esports 0-1 Griffin
  • Tiebreakers - G2 Esports 0-1 Griffin
Group B
  • Tiebreakers - FunPlus Phoenix 1-0 Splyce

Day 5, October 17th

Group B
  • 3pm CEST - GAM Esports 0-1 FunPlus Phoenix
  • 4pm CEST - J Team 0-1 Splyce
  • 5pm CEST - GAM Esports 0-1 J Team
  • 6pm CEST - Splyce 1-0 FunPlus Phoenix
  • 7pm CEST - Splyce 1-0 GAM Esports
  • 8pm CEST - FunPlus Phoenix 1-0 J Team

Day 4, October 15th

Group C
  • 3pm CEST - Royal Never Give Up 1-0 FNATIC
  • 4pm CEST - Clutch Gaming 0-1 SK Telecom T1
Group B
  • 5pm CEST - FunPlus Phoenix 1-0 GAM Esports
  • 6pm CEST - Splyce 0-1 J Team
Group A
  • 7pm CEST - Cloud9 0-1 Griffin
  • 8pm CEST - Hong Kong Attitude 0-1 G2 Esports

Day 3, October 14th

Group A
  • 7pm CEST - Griffin 1-0 Hong Kong Attitude
  • 8pm CEST - G2 Esports 1-0 Cloud9
Group B
  • 5pm CEST - FunPlus Phoenix 1-0 Splyce
  • 6pm CEST - J Team 0-1 GAM Esports
Group D
  • 3pm CEST - Invictus Gaming 0-1 DAMWON Gaming
  • 4pm CEST - ahq e-Sports Club 0-1 Team Liquid

Day 2, October 13th

Group A
  • 6pm CEST - Griffin 0-1 G2 Esports
  • 7pm CEST - Cloud9 1-0 Hong Kong Attitude
Group C
  • 2pm CEST - SK Telecom T1 1-0 Royal Never Give Up
  • 3pm CEST - FNATIC 1-0 Clutch Gaming
Group D
  • 4pm CEST - Team Liquid 0-1 Invicus Gaming
  • 5pm CEST - ahq e-Sports Club 0-1 DAMWON Gaming

Day 1, October 12th

Group B
  • 7pm CEST - GAM Esports 0-1 Splyce
  • 6pm CEST - J Team 1-0 FunPlus Phoenix
Group C
  • 2pm CEST - FNATIC 0-1 SK Telecom T1
  • 3pm CEST - Royal Never Give Up 1-0 Clutch Gaming
Group D
  • 4pm CEST - Invictus Gaming 1-0 ahq e-Sports Club
  • 5pm CEST - DAMWON Gaming 0-1 Team Liquid

Main Event group teams

FunPlus Phoenix (CN)

  • GimGoon
  • Tian
  • Doinb
  • Lwx
  • Crisp
  • WarHorse

G2 Esports 'EU)

  • Wunder
  • Jankos
  • Caps
  • Perkz
  • Mikyx
  • GrabbZ

SK Telecom T1 (KR)

  • Khan
  • Clid
  • Faker
  • Teddy
  • Effort
  • Fly

Team Liquid (NA)

  • Impact
  • Xmithie
  • Jensen
  • Doublelift
  • CoreJJ
  • Cain

ahq e-Sports Club (LMS)

  • Ziv
  • Alex
  • Apex
  • Wako
  • Ysera
  • NeXAbc

Cloud9 (NA)

  • Licorice
  • Svenskeren
  • Nisqy
  • Sneaky
  • Zeyzal
  • Reapered


  • Bwipo
  • Broxah
  • Nemesis
  • Rekkles
  • Hylissang
  • Youngbuck

GAM Esports (VN)

  • Zeros
  • Levi
  • Kiaya
  • Zin
  • Slay
  • Yuna

Griffin (KR)

  • Doran
  • Tarzan
  • Chovy
  • Viper
  • Lehends
  • cvMax

Invictus Gaming (CN)

  • TheShy
  • Leyan
  • Rookie
  • JackeyLove
  • Baolan
  • Mafa

J Team (LMS)

  • Rest
  • Hana
  • FoFo
  • Lilv
  • Koala
  • Coldicee

Royal Never Give Up

  • Langx
  • Karsa
  • Xiaohu
  • Uzi
  • Ming
  • Steak

Clutch Gaming (NA)

  • Huni
  • Lira
  • Damonte
  • Cody Sun
  • Vulcan
  • Thinkcard

Unicorns of Love (CIS)

  • BOSS
  • AHaHaCiK
  • Nomanz
  • Innaxe
  • Edward
  • Sheepy

Splyce (EU)

  • Vizicsacsi
  • Xerxe
  • Humanoid
  • Kobbe
  • Norskeren
  • Duke

Hong Kong Attitude (LMS)

  • 3z
  • Crash
  • M1ssion
  • Unified
  • Kaiwing
  • Chawy

DAMWON Gaming (KR)

  • Nuguri
  • Canyon
  • ShowMaker
  • Nuclear
  • BeryL
  • Micro


LoL Worlds Icons - Mikyx

The LoL Worlds standings are littered with top-calibre teams, boasting the finest players on the planet. Mamoon "TeaTime" Sabri focuses on Mikyx


“My idol from the start was Mithy. I really look up to him a lot and try to copy his playstyle, watch his games and learned a lot from him.”

A young, smiling, nervous Mikyx spoke into the microphone placed in front of him as he couldn’t make eye contact with the camera. Who wouldn’t? Mithy had placed top four at Worlds 2015 - losing out to a legendary SKT, had multiple top-two placings at EU LCS level, and just joined the previous champions of the LCS - G2 Esports.

After the interview, he won three splits in a row, as well as being part of a G2 squad that was one of the only teams to make the finals of a major international tournament ever. Not only that, but he personally eliminated MikyX’s team - Splyce - from the playoffs twice in three splits.

Mithy was the ultimate G2 support, one who could only truly be idolised and never matched.

It was towards the end of 2018, when Mikyx was announced as the starting support player for G2 Esports in the inaugural season of the League European Championship, the LEC. As part of an all-star lineup, he was considered good, but not the ultimate talking point. Nothing surprising when the conversation was dominated by Perkz changing to ADC and Caps leaving Fnatic after making the World finals.

A Hollywood story

Hollywood seemed to have gotten its hand on the pen of esports history, as his induction into G2 Esports coincided not just with Mithy’s re-entry into Europe, it came through with the resurrection of one of the biggest brands ever - Origen. Not only that, but most analysts chalked them down as a sleeper pick to contend for a top-two finish.

The stage was set, the lights were on and the camera yelled action. The split showcased him as a support player dominating matchups. Not only that, but with Perkz being as much of a newbie to the bot lane as he was - it became even clearer that MikyX was the mechanical beast behind the pair. With Fnatic down in the doldrums and Hylissang not in contention, he was clearly the best support player in the league.


Midway through came the revelation. Mikyx was suffering debilitating wrist injuries and nothing was working to fix it. G2 had tried everything and everyone, with no results. PromisQ was brought in to substitute when G2 had guaranteed themselves the first seed, including for all scrim and practice blocks.

Meanwhile, Origen were gathering up steam on the other side of the standings and quickly made their way to a top-two finish, setting things up perfectly for the juggernaut match in the upper bracket finals. With Miky sidelined for so long and only being allowed to play one game a day, there was no chance for him to be at peak performance.

Or so we thought.

Demolition job

In fitting fashion, Miky had a chance to face off against Origen two best-of-five’s in a row. Origen walked out, delivering one of the most exciting games of the entire season in the first game, with G2 barely eeking out a win. The pace had been set, and Origen were here to play ball with the best. All the analysts who had predicted Fnatic to be the team to bring G2 down were being proven wrong, and Mithy might’ve been down a game, but he was going to bring it all back.

If you’re a legendary support, wrists might as well be optional. Mikyx didn’t just help demolish Origen in the juggernaut match, he even went as far as guaranteeing the fastest best-of-five win a finals had ever seen. Mikyx was the successor to the support who took G2 to an MSI finals.

Could he do it on the international stage, though?

Origen may have been swept aside, but there was no guarantee that Miky was going to be the European chosen support. In a meta where it seemed to revolve around solo laners, supports had to excel beyond capacity to succeed internationally.

Not only that, but G2 would have a seemingly undefeatable Invictus Gaming and a revitalized SK Telecom to contend with. The odds could not have been stacked higher as Miky was still unable to find practice time and the threat of PromisQ being the man on stage loomed over the team.

Hollywood writers gave up their hold on the pen, but the reality was definitely even stranger than fiction. We know how this part of the story ended, G2 Esports were able to bring Miky in, and with little to not practice he still managed to show up on an individual level that had seldom been seen in international supports. After raging past SK Telecom and delivering Faker’s first elimination by a Western team in a best-of-five, MikyX was able to solidify his place in the greatest supports of EU by winning the finale.

Reading and righting

We forget, where his miracle came from. In an interview with Red Bull, Miky explained how he was able to fix things by reading a book suggested to him by a fan on Twitter. It was one which he ignored when initially suggested to him, but in a moment of desperation it was all he had to turn to, and somehow ended up healing enough to come through.

Miky has already put himself into the list of the greatest supports of EU with another LEC trophy put into the case from this summer. However, his performance was not at the level we’d come to hope and expect - critical right before the biggest tournament in the World.

Wrists can be fixed, pain can be ignored and miracles can happen. The World Championship requires more than just a miracle. Climbing the LoL Worlds standings and progressing to the latter stages requires the best of the best to come through. There is no team in the world that will not have an entire group of all-star level players should they desire to contend for the title. There is no book that a fan can recommend on how to win Worlds.

There is the unique opportunity to be immortalised as the first Western support to win a World Championship. There is no time to slack, there is no opportunity to miss scrims and come swinging like you’re a born champion. G2 Esports are a team that can contend with every other in the world blow for blow, man for man - a legendary feat unto itself. There are many players who are legendary on the Worlds stage.

Only champions are immortal.

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