The Mid-Season Invitational 2022 (MSI 2022) is the second-biggest international event of the year in League of Legends esports.

This year, 11 of the best teams from around the world will gather in Busan, South Korea from May 10 to 29. This will be South Korea’s first time hosting an MSI event, and matches will be held in Busan’s 4,002-capacity Exhibition and Convention Center (BEXCO) in front of a live audience.

LCK Spring champions T1 head into the event as heavy favorites to lift the MSI trophy, after notching a historic undefeated split that included a record 18-0 run during the regular season.

Here’s a list of all the teams that have qualified for MSI 2022.

Full list of teams that have qualified for MSI 2022

Due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, CIS league LCL will not be sending a team to MSI 2022 after the LCL Spring Split was canceled.

The VCS will send Saigon Buffalo Esports to MSI, who finished second in the VCS Spring 2022 playoffs as championship winners GAM Esports will represent their country at the SEA Games.

LEC (Europe)G2 Esports
LCK (Korea)T1
LPL (China)Royal Never Give Up
LCS (North America)Evil Geniuses
PCS (Taiwan/Hong Kong/Macau/Southeast Asia)PSG Talon
VCS (Vietnam)Saigon Buffalo Esports
TCL (Turkey)fastPay Wildcats
CBLOL (Brazil)RED Kalunga
LLA (Latin America)Team Aze
LJL (Japan)DetonatioN FocusMe
LCO (Oceania)ORDER

The tournament will follow a similar format to last year, with a group stage, rumble stage, and knockout stage.

Catch the matches live on Riot Games’ official Twitch and YouTube channels.

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