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LoL: Yone banned from Worlds, Lillia enabled

LoL: Yone banned from Worlds, Lillia enabled

The League of Legends 2020 Worlds will not see any Yone as the new champion will be disabled for the tournament.

LoL: Yone banned from Worlds, Lillia enabled

The League of Legends 2020 World Championship starts on September 25 and will see the best teams in the world fight for the crown.

However, what will not be seen at Worlds this year is Yone.

As Mark "Scuffy" Yetter explained on Twitter that while Lillia will be playable on the stage, Yone will not make it to the Rift.

Looks like Riot Games prefered to stay safe and avoid sending a champion that could break the balance of the game during the competition.

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