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Worlds 2019 finals ends too fast to break new viewership records

On Sunday, November 10, FunPlus Phoenix swept G2 Esports in a convincing 3-0 series that crowned them as the 2019

Tian says which champion he'll select for Worlds skin and talks winning Finals: "This whole month has been like a dream"

FunPlus Phoenix are the 2019 League of Legends World Champion — a repeat Worlds title for the LPL. FPX ran through

FunPlus Phoenix are your Worlds 2019 champions, 3-0 over G2

FunPlus Phoenix swept G2 Esports 3-0 in the grand finals of the 2019 League of Legends World Championship to raise

Riot are "definitely going to add new regions to Legends of Runeterra" card game

In a recent Ask Riot dev post, Riot Games shared new details about their slew of upcoming games: from the

Secret's major roster change, controversial caster statements... and more esports stories from the week

Did you miss anything from the last week in esports? Swamped with work or school? Still hungover (or sugar-crashed) from

"No news for LCK franchising", says head of LoL Esports

The Riot Games press conference ahead of the Worlds 2019 grand final is currently ongoing and Rioters are talking to

"G2 just won a series no other team in the world could": Jatt talks G2's triumph over SKT

While G2 Esports might've trumped SK Telecom T1 in an impressive series to advance to the 2019 League of Legends

Listen to G2's voice comms as they beat SKT

G2 Esports will aim to win their first League of Legends world championship on Sunday, which would also make them

Top laner Duke leaves Invictus Gaming

The 2019 shuffle season has begun. Substitute top laner Lee "Duke" Ho-seong has left Invictus Gaming, the player himself confirmed

China reacts to Worlds 2019 semifinals: "The God is getting old. It really touched me when his hand shook. "

This weekend, the 2019 League of Legends World Championship finals concluded. G2 Esports and FunPlus Phoenix advanced, setting up yet

After controversial few weeks, ex-Griffin coach cvMax finds a new home

Former Griffin head coach Kim "cvMax" Dae-ho will continue his esports career in a DragonX, the organization announced Tuesday. CvMax