With the conclusion of Round 5 of the Worlds 2023 Swiss Stage, we now have the draws for the Quarterfinals.
The League of Legends Worlds 2023 Swiss Stage has come to its conclusion. With today’s matches, a total of eight teams have qualified for the Worlds 2023 Quarterfinals.
Finishing off Round 5 of the Swiss Stage, the LCK third seed KT Rolster defeated the LCK fourth seed Dplus Kia in a swift 2-0 fashion. In the second match, the LEC’s second seed, Fnatic, went up against the LPL’s fourth seed Weibo Gaming. It was a close match overall, but Weibo Gaming managed to edge out in a 2-1 victory. The last match between LEC’s first seed, G2 Esports, and LPL’s Bilibili Gaming was a pretty close 2-1 victory for BLG.
Thus concluding the Worlds 2023 Swiss Stage. With that, we move on to the Quarterfinals of Worlds 2023; here are the Draw results,
Worlds 2023 Quarterfinals Teams
With the conclusion of Swiss Stage Round 5, we have eight teams moving on to the Quarterfinals. Depending on their standings in the Swiss Stage, these eight teams were divided into three pools. The two Pool 3-0 teams will go up against two of the 3-2 teams, and two random 3-1 pool teams will go against either the remaining 3-1 team or the 3-2 team.
3-0 Pool Teams:
- Beijing JDG Intel Esports Club
3-1 Pool Teams:
- Suzhou LNG Esports
3-2 Pool Teams:
- KT Rolster
- WeiboGaming FAW AUDI
- Bilibili Gaming Pingan Bank
All four of the LPL teams have advanced to the Quarterfinals this year, which is a first for LPL. Three LCK managed to qualify, and the number one seed of the LCS has managed to advance to the Quarterfinals.
Worlds 2023 Quarterfinals Draw Results
The Worlds 2023 Quarterfinals Draw has concluded; here are the results,
- Gen.G vs. Bilibili Gaming Pingan Bank
- NRG vs. WeiboGaming FAW AUDI
- Beijing JDG Intel Esports Club vs. KT Rolster
- Suzhou LNG Esports vs. T1
The first match of Quarterfinals will start on Thursday, November 2, at 5 pm KST.
That said, we have four exciting matches coming into the Worlds 2023 Quarterfinals. All of the matches look very promising, but the Gen.G vs. BLG and LNG vs. T1 matches should be the most exciting ones to watch.