Worlds 2023 has been a whirlwind of excitement, especially with the Swiss format kicking off. As the weekend approaches, the stakes are high. This is the time when the first qualifiers for the pivotal stage will be decided, and, unfortunately, some will exit the tournament. The rule is clear: teams securing three victories get a pass to the next round. Conversely, teams with three losses face elimination.
Key Takeaways from the Swiss Format So Far
- Teams achieving three wins guarantee their spot in the next phase.
- Those accumulating three losses will bid adieu to the tournament.
A Glimpse into the Weekend Action
From October 21st to 23rd, Round 3 will unravel, revealing the first two teams advancing to the Playoffs. Conversely, we will also witness two organizations ending their Worlds 2023 journey.
Worlds 2023 Swiss Format – Round 3 Schedule
Saturday, 21/10 – Upper Bracket Bo3:
- JD Gaming vs. LNG Esports at 04:00 Argentina time
- G2 Esports vs. Gen.G at 07:00
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Sunday, 22/10 – Middle Bracket Bo1:
- T1 vs. Cloud9 at 04:00
- NRG vs. MAD Lions at 05:00
- Bilibili vs. Fnatic at 06:00
- KT Rolster vs. Weibo at 07:00
Monday, 23/10 – Lower Bracket Bo3:
- Team Liquid vs. GAM Esports at 04:00
- DPlus vs. Team BDS at 07:00
Tune in to Witness the Excitement
For esports enthusiasts wishing to catch all the action from Worlds 2023, you have options. You can tune into the official Riot Games broadcast offering English commentary. Alternatively, if Spanish is your preferred language, the LLA channel offers stellar coverage with Spanish commentary.
A Lot of League of Legends esports to see!
The weekend promises thrilling matches, unexpected outcomes, and moments that will be etched in the annals of esports history. Whether you’re rooting for the underdogs or the titans of the game, one thing’s for sure – Worlds 2023 will not disappoint.