Anyone who thinks that the LJL has peaked in 2021 is in for a surprise.
Gaeng leaves professional League of Legends on a high note following the LJL’s first-ever 2021 World Championship group stage appearance.
Quite a lot has happened on Nov. 16, enough to struggle to track everything. Fortunately, we have you covered.
The LJL’s top seed, DetonatioN FocusMe, has qualified for the 2021 World Championship’s group stage on Oct. 7, after beating Cloud9 in the first-place tiebreaker at the play-in’s Group B.
Welcome to the mayhem that is about to ensue in Group B of the 2021 Worlds play-ins – featuring ties and popcorn.
I tasked my minions with thinking about weird off-the-wall possibilities that might happen, and I think they delivered. They even agreed that Cloud9 is probably doomed.