Last night both semifinals concluded, deciding two finalists of the FACEIT Major: London 2018. Find out the respective outcomes with our recap.
By Aleksei Louchnikov
The second batch of quarterfinal matches has officially concluded, deciding the two final semifinalists of the FACEIT Major: New Champions stage.
The two showed that they're the teams to beat in SEA this year as they punched their tickets to Malaysia
By Jesper Bergeskans
March is back from the army and already going to his first Major, as his team beats out compLexity in the North American qualifiers.
The former VGJ.S squad stumbled at first but managed to come back to punch their ticket to Malaysia
The TI8 3rd place finishers met expectations as they made it through the NA qualifier
After a surprising loss to Alliance, NiP bounced back quickly and looked unthreatened as they qualified for the Major
DAMWON Gaming prevailed over Team BattleComics 3:1 in the winners' bracket final of the 2019 LCK spring promotion tournament and have qualified to the 2019 LCK Spring Split.
By Adel Chouadria
Day one of the New Champions stage of the FACEIT Major: London 2018 has concluded, deciding two semifinalists of the tournament.
Some unique drafting allowed Secret to catch Liquid off-guard as they grabbed the 2nd EU slot for the KL Major.
The Nordic squad qualified for their first notable LAN event in over a year as they defeated NiP 2:0 in the upper bracket of the EU qualifier.
This means both paiN squads have qualified for the Kuala Lumpur Major, asserting their dominance over the South American region.
The new paiN Gaming roster soared past opposition in their qualifier
The team upsets the CIS qualifier as they beat the best the region has to offer.
They managed to surpass the newly-formed Team Spirit in the upper bracket finals of the CIS qualifier, claiming one of the two spots for the region.
EDward Gaming have had a tough time of things this split in the LPL Summer 2018, but they proved that the team's plot armour is too strong, as they secured qualification for Worlds once again.
By Jay Massaad
The trio grabbed the three Chinese slots available at the first major of the 2018/2019 DPC season
For the first time in history, TSM will not be participating at Worlds. Instead Cloud9 maintained their 100% win ratio in North American Regional Qualifier gauntlets to book their tickets to Korea.
G2 Esports may not have had the best season, but they showed up when it mattered, defeating FC Schalke 04 in the gauntlet to take the 3rd and final seed for the region for the 2018 World Championship.
The final day of the New Legends stage has officially concluded, deciding the final three contestants to join the New Champions stage of the Major.
Gen.G, formerly known as Samsung Galaxy, have qualified to the 2018 World Championship. They are only the second team in League of Legends history to qualify to the big event one year after winning it.
Day four of the FACEIT Major New Legends has concluded, with three teams pronounced Champions, six still in the tournament and three content with their invite to IEM Katowice 2019.
Royal Never Give Up secured the 2018 LPL summer split title in a thrilling five-game series against rivals Invictus Gaming and seized the top Chinese Worlds seed.
Day three of the FACEIT New Legends has concluded, deciding the fate of four teams. Find out which two contenders claimed the first New Champions slot, and which two teams were sent packing.
Round #2 of the New Legends stage has concluded, and contrary to the previous round and stage had no surprises or monumental upsets over its course.
Day one of the New Legends has concluded, segregating the sixteen participants into two groups with a sole win and loss, respectively.