As part of our ongoing commitment to building and sustaining a long-term future for the fans, players, teams, and partners of League of Legends esports, we’re proud to announce the host regions for the 2019, 2020, and 2021 League of Legends World Championships.
We want to ensure that our event experiences are among the best in sports. By creating more lead time for our major global event planning cycles, we will provide fans, players, teams, and partners with more time to plan ahead as well. We believe that this an important step that will help unlock more value for everyone that participates in our events around the world.
Our 2019–2021 roadmap sees us returning to the homes of several of our most competitive leagues.
Worlds 2019: Europe
Worlds 2020: China
We hope to follow that success at Worlds 2020, which will be a banner year for League of Legends esports as we bring our 10th World Championship to one of our largest and most passionate fan bases.
Worlds 2021: North America
For fans living outside of these regions, we look forward to sharing news regarding some of the new countries that we’ll be visiting with global events—such as the Mid-Season Invitational and the All-Star Event—in the future!