Riot Games resets curated gameplay for the second Legends of Runeterra World Championship, presenting a new format on the world stage.
The 2021-2022 season for Legends of Runeterra has been full of ups and downs, from setting up the home region to a mix of Riot developers. There is plenty of work and room for growth through organized play for the digital card game, which begins with the World Championship.
All players who qualified for LoR The Worlds stage will play out in a new meta, following the release of the latest Darkin Saga expansion on December 7. Players who qualify for Worlds will have early access to the expansion, showing it off to the world at Legends of Runeterra World Championship from December 8 to 10.
LoR Global Qualifiers Ranking
The road to LoR Worlds began on November 19 and 20, featuring 192 players from around the world competing in three regional Worlds qualifying tournaments. played on Update 3.19the EMEA, APAC, and Americas regions featured a seven-round double-elimination bracket in a format locked by the top three Pick or Ban champions.
Players competing in the regional LoR Worlds qualifiers were invited in one of three ways for each region: top four in Season Level (20 players total), top 22 in Season Points, or top 22 in Ladder Points classified. Of the total 192 competitors, only 16 qualified for the Legends of Runeterra World Championship.
- EMEA: Five Seeds
- APAC: five seeds
- Americas: six seeds
The competition in the qualifying tournaments for the Worlds took place over two days. Several veteran tournament players missed out on the Americas Cup while XXWhatAmIXX and Grandpa Roji qualified for the world stage.
Here is the final standings LoR Qualification tournaments for the Worlds for the three regions.
- Grandfather Roji
- Da Tank Buster
- HDR Maikas
- FNP Chenia
- ABG Aurore
- Reroll AFTV
LoR World championship standings
The LoR The World Championship kicks off on December 8 at 10 a.m. CT. Updates will take place after the results each day of the competition.