LoL Worlds 2023 Swiss Stage Round 5 Draw

Fahim Shahriar
By Fahim Shahriar
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With the conclusion of Round 4 of the Worlds 2023 Swiss Stage, we now have the draw for Round 5.

The League of Legends Worlds 2023 Swiss Stage is coming to a close. Out of the 16 teams that qualified for the Swiss Stage, only six teams remain.

Starting off Round 4 of the Swiss Stage, we have the LPL’s third seed, LNG Esports, LCS’s first seed, NRG, and LCK’s second seed, T1, making it to the quarterfinals. While LCS’s second seed, Cloud9, LEC’s third seed, MAD Lions, and VCS’s first seed, GAM Esports, were unfortunately eliminated from the Worlds 2023 Swiss Stage. Thus leading to six remaining teams fighting for the last three spots of the Worlds 2023 Quarterfinals.

With Round 4 of the Swiss Stage concluding, we now have the draws for Swiss Stage Round 5. Here are the results,

Swiss Stage Round 5-1

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Worlds 2023 Swiss Stage Round 5 Teams

With the conclusion of Swiss Stage Round 4, we only have six 2-2 Pool teams remaining. These six teams will go head-to-head against each other in Best-of-Three matches for the last three spots at the Worlds 2023 Quarterfinals.

Swiss Stage Round 5-2

2-2 Pool Teams:

  • Fnatic
  • Weibo Gaming FAW AUDI
  • Dplus Kia
  • KT Rolster
  • G2 Esports
  • Bilibili Gaming Pingan Bank

Four LCK and LP teams remain in the Swiss Stage. On the flip side, two LEC teams are still fighting for their spot at the 2023 Worlds Quarterfinals. We already have one Western team, NRG, making it to the Quarterfinals; there is a chance we might get one or even two more this year.

Worlds 2023 Swiss Stage Round 5 Draw Results

The Worlds 2023 Swiss Stage Round 5 Draw has concluded, here are the results,

Swiss Stage Round 5-3
  • Dplus Kia vs KT Rolster
  • G2 Esports vs Bilibili Gaming Pingan Bank
  • Fnatic vs Weibo Gaming FAW AUDI

We have some fantastic matches for the last round of the Swiss Stage.

First, we have the LCK third and fourth seed KT Rolster and Dplus Kia are going up against each other for a spot in the Quarterfinals. While the LEC first and second seeds, G2 Esports and Fnatic, are fighting to be the first LEC teams to qualify for the Quarterfinals. On the other side, there is a chance all LPL teams this year qualify for the Worlds 2023 Quarterfinals.

Shahriar is a League of Legends writer at GameRiv. He enjoys playing Video Games, watching Anime, and browsing the internet for outdated memes.