The LPL have announced that the 2021 World Championship Finals will be held at the Universiade Center Stadium, Shenzhen, on November 6th. This follows the 2020 World Championship where the hosts were heavily restricted due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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With the first international League of Legends event of 2021 coming up, here's everything you need to know to follow the action.
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The team bringing you all the MSI coverage is formed of talent from all over the professional League of Legends world.
French team Karmine Corp defeated BT Excel in a record-breaking finals, scooping up €40,000 in the process.
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