League of Legends World Championship: Oct. 4th

This Friday the final two teams battle it out for the one million dollar grand prize.

Spoilers below regarding the final two teams of the World Championship.

Even split five ways, one million dollars is life-changing.

That's the grand prize of Friday's main event, the grand finals of the 2013 League of Legends World Championship. Fighting for pride and a hefty prize, the best-of-five series is guaranteed to be a good show. Whether you're one of the 11,000 at the Staples Center, or among the massive online crowd, the actions begins at 8PM PDT / 11PM EDT on October 4th. The two finalists are...

Royal Club (China)
Royal Club had a rough year early on, but fought back to claim their spot. In China's Regional Finals, Royal Club made an amazing comeback from the loser's bracket. Defeating OMG in the grand finals, they claimed first place and a direct spot in the World Championship quarterfinals.

Top: GoDlike (Wang Xiao)
Jungler: Lucky (Jun jie Liu)
Mid: Wh1t3zZ (Pun Wai Lo)
AD Carry: Uzi (Zi hao Jian)
Support: Tabe (Pak Kan Martin Wong)

SK Telecom T1 (Korea)
SK Telecom T1 arrived in the World Championship after beating out KT Rolster Bullets by 3:1 in the Korean Regional Qualifier. Although they had a back-and-forth series with NaJin Black Sword in the semi-finals, SK Telecom T1 is in good form heading into Friday's grand finals.

Top: Impact (Jung Eon-yeong)
Jungler: bengi (Bae Seong-ung)
Mid: Faker (Lee Sang-hyeok)
AD Carry: Piglet (Chae Gwang-jin)
Support: PoohManDu (Lee Jeong-hyeon)

To learn more about the two teams, the competitive scene and a live stream of Friday's grand finals, check out everything at the ever-informative LoLEsports.com.


Colt "ShdwFlm" Casey
Deputy Editor

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SKT ROCKS
# Oct 07 2013 at 4:02 AM Rating: Decent
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SKT Rocks Spl Faker Played Awesome

Finally We Got League of Legends Champions & SKT deserve it
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