The 2019 League of Legends World Championships is just two months away, and Riot has started announcing which teams have qualified for its biggest tournament.

First up, we have North American squad, Team Liquid, who have 190 LoL Championship Series (LCS) points (90 from the Spring Split, 100 from the Summer Split).

Next, we have fellow American team, Cloud9, who have 140 LCS points (40 from the Spring Split, 100 from the Summer Split).

Both North American teams qualified following the completion of their respective Summer Split Semifinals matches, as Cloud9 (C9) took down Counter Logic Gaming (CLG) 3-1 and Team Liquid won against Clutch Gaming with a close match of 3-2 score.

LoL Champions Korea (LCK) top-ranked team, Griffin, has also qualified for Worlds 2019 group stage, with 190 LCK points (70 from the Spring Split, 90 from the Summer Split).

Finally, Mid-Season Invitational champs and current LoL European Championship (LEC) leaders, G2 Esports, have also qualified with 160 LEC points (60 from the Spring split, 70 from the Summer Split).

Worlds this year is set to start on October 2, with the LEC studio hosting the Play-In stage in Berlin, Germany.

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