After being suggested by many players to organize more international tournaments, Riot Games officially revealed the League of Legends tournament between countries.
Worlds 2022 has officially ended with the championship for Blue Dragon – DragonX. It’s been an exciting season when, among so many strong teams from different regions, the championship team came up from the warm-up, something we’ve never seen in history. history of League of Legends. Live viewership continued to break records with over 5.1 million as the finale was truly too enticing for any viewer.
Not only from the fans, our players are also extremely excited and happy to be able to attend an international tournament in the US. Although most of the representatives outside the LPL and LCK regions did not achieve anything too special, the process of moving, competing, and being cheered on by thousands of spectators helped the players stay motivated to compete. compete and give the most exciting matches.
Many post-tournament players suggested that Riot Games should organize some more international tournaments so that players and fans can immerse themselves in exciting matches again. Although it has not been confirmed by either party, this is also a very interesting idea when we currently only have 2 international League of Legends tournaments, MSI and Worlds, while All Stars has been suspended for the past 2 years because of the pandemic. sick and not serious about competition but more about for fun.
Listening to these opinions, in an interview with a number of prestigious sports magazines, Riot CEO Nicolo Laurent shared that they are planning to organize a League of Legends tournament between countries. It is not as heavy as the Asiad and Olympic Games, but it will also be a place for teams to showcase the strength of their country’s League of Legends. In addition, Riot Games is also working with Paris and Los Angeles to bring LOL to the Olympics.
Riot’s CEO really doesn’t share too much about this issue like how they talk about the format of international tournaments, why there is no winner or loser. However, this is really a news worth waiting for when the transfer market is more exciting than ever.