While Starcraft II's inevitable death brought some sad feelings, Korea is still dominating at the 2016 League of Legends World Championship with three teams through to the Semi-finas. Albus Nox Luna and H2K Gaming are the only two Western teams still in the competition.
The last few updates for League of Legends have been pretty low-key, purely because the World Championship is just around the corner, and Riot don’t want to shuffle the MOBA’s meta around too much. Patch 6.18 is more or less the same as those others, except for the fact that it features a reworked champion.
The League of Legends World Championship is just around the corner. It kicks off in just over a month’s time in fact, on September 29th. For this reason, the MOBA’s latest update, patch 6.17, isn’t proper game changing stuff. It has a few minor tweaks instead.
This year the League of Legends World Championships will take place solely in North America in a coast to coast road trip. The Summoner's Cup will once again be lifted by the world's best League of Legends team at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
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