After an exhilarating week of surprises, eight League of Legends teams have finally reached the World Championship quarterfinals. Following Wednesday’s addition of Invictus Gaming and Fnatic to the list of teams moving forward, Riot Games revealed the bracket’s scheduled matches for the knockout stage.
The quarterfinals will be a best-of-five single elimination series split between two days. Day 1 will see the top teams from Korea and China competing, beginning with the match between kt Rolster and Invictus Gaming on Saturday at approximately 12 a.m. PT. Soon after, Royal Never Give Up, the first seed from China, will play the European team G2 Esports.
The first match on Sunday will be between the last remaining North American team Cloud9 and the Korean team Afreeca Freecs at approximately 12 a.m. PT. Fnatic, the first seed from Europe, will then play the Chinese team EDward Gaming.
All of the matches will be available to stream online, either on Twitch, YouTube, or the official LoL Esports page.
Fans can lock-in their predictions before the games start on the LoL Esports site to score in-game loot. This year’s international stage is proving to be a tough one to predict, so fans won’t want to miss out on the action as the world’s best teams take the stage.