One of the most exciting finals ever, a worthy conclusion to one of the most challenging League of Legends World Championships in history: this is how we can define 2022 worlds from Riot Games moba Which attracted the attention of millions of spectators around the world, including the Italians who, despite the often extravagant night hours, constantly followed the actions of the best players in the world on the Pg Esports channel dedicated to League of Legends for more than a month of competition. All over the world, except for the numbers of Chinese currents, which are rarely reliable, The World Final recorded a peak of 5.1 million spectatorsbecoming the second-ever esports event in this ranking after the Free Fire World Series.
It began on September 29 in Mexico City, and the 2022 World Cup ended at Chase Center in San Francisco, home of the Golden State Warriors, on November 5 after passing through New York, With Madison Square Garden Home to the group stage and quarter-finals, and to Atlanta, where the semi-finals were held which gave two Korean teams DRX and T1 access to the final chapter. The 2022 World Cup saw the return of the world of travel, the first after two years of regulatory concessions due to Covid19: In 2020, in China, the world championships were supposed to touch four cities, but the epidemic forced organizers to focus on a single operating base. In 2021, in a full state of emergency, the World Championships was held in Reykjavik, Iceland, unlike in 2019 when Europe hosted the World Championships between Berlin, Madrid and Paris.
The stories behind the victory
The 2022 World Cup was above all the culmination of a competitive dream, the archetypal Cinderella story, of the underdog who becomes aware of his own means and grows competitively the longer the tournament goes on. The DRX entered the competition of the fourth force in their region, Korea, having struggled even to qualify for the World Cup with a tattered pass after winning two games in its last five outings. The team is made up of Kingen, Pyosik, Zeka, Deft, Beryl, A mixture of hitherto unknown names and the old glories of the League of Legends ecosystem, it started even from the initial stage of Play-In, as they beat the RNG winners of the Mid-Season Invitational 2022, Rogue Champions, EDG World Champion, Tournament winner Korean GENG and finally, in the final, T1, are the finalists for every 2022 tournament on home soil and internationally.
The final match was not only the last match of the tournament, but also the last official match of the Korean Champion Kim “Divit” Hyuk Kyu: a long lasting career, full of successes both domestically and internationally, Which was missing the last piece, the World Cup. He got his last chance: in 2023 he will have to stop, except for honors, to comply with the obligation to military service. Before everyone bid farewell, after ten years of competition, he found time to add another trophy to the fore, the most important of which: the League of Legends World Cup.
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