Riot Games officially announced that the 2022 MSI tournament, which will take place between 10-29 May, will be held in South Korea. The decision came after some rumors surfaced a couple of days ago that Riot would host the MSI 2022 in Busan, South Korea. All the League of Legends community are happy with the decision as Esports will return its home.
Riot Games hosted its latest big three tournaments, the MSI 2021, the 2021 World Championship, and the VCT Masters, in Iceland, Reykjavik. Also, Riot revealed last week that the Valorant Champions Tour 2022: Stage 1 Masters, which will take place between 10-24 April, will be held in Reykjavik. The community has now requested a change, and Riot heard their voices. South Korea and Riot Games are not strangers to each other. The 2014 and 2018 World Championships were held in Korea’s different cities, like Seoul, Incheon, and Gwangju.
MSI 2022: Schedule, format, teams
The MSI 2022 will take place between 10-29 May. 12 teams across the world will be divided into four groups. Top two teams from each group will qualify for the rumble stage. Matches will be bo1 in the group stage.
The competition will heat up as teams get closer to the trophy. In the rumble stage, matches will be bo1, and top four teams will advance to the knockout stage. Teams will be matched according to their standings. Matches will be bo5, and the winner of these series will meet in the grand finals.
Only two weeks until the start of the MSI 2022, which teams will secure their spot at the tournament? You can catch all the action from the official Riot Twitch channel.
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