League of Legends Worlds 2023: All teams that have qualified


All Teams That Have Qualified for League of Legends Worlds 2023 So Far

Sadakshi Kalyan Ramun
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Regions across the globe are gearing up for the conclusion of the Summer Split as teams lock in their Worlds 2023 slots.
This year Worlds 2023 is headed to South Korea and Riot Games and LoL Esports have changed up the format for the biggest international event of the year.
The tournament is scheduled to kick off on 10th October this year and regions are slowly locking in their representatives.

The League of Legends World Championship or Worlds is one of the most exciting tournaments to watch as the top teams from each region across the world battle it out to be crowned the champion. Worlds 2023 is already gearing up to be an exciting international tournament with regions across the globe winding up their respective summer splits to decide which teams will represent them. Winning Worlds 2023 would mean bragging rights, name on coveted Summoner's Cup, and of course, custom in-game skins all the players and this is what all the esports teams in the scene work towards for. 

Worlds 2023 will be the conclusion of the 2023 League of Legends esports (LoL Esports) season. This year, the tournament is all set to be held in South Korea. Additionally, Riot Games has implemented major format changes to the tournament compared to previous years. There's going to be best-of-three (BO3) series, a swiss-style stage and and a brand new Worlds Qualifying Event.

A total of 22 teams will be participating in Worlds 2023 and they are slowly punching in their respective tickets. Here are all the teams that have made it to Worlds so far.

League of Legends Worlds 2023 Seeding

A total of 22 teams from will be participating in the event and the following are the number of representatives each region will send:

  • China (League of Legends Pro League - LPL) - 4 teams

  • Korea (League of Legends Champions Korea - LCK) - 4 teams

  • Europe, Middle East, and Africa (League of Legends EMEA Championship) - 3 teams

  • North America (League of Legends Championship Series - LCS) - 3 teams

  • Southeast Asia (Pacific Championship Series - PCS) - 2 teams

  • Vietnam (Vietnam Championship Series - VCS) - 2 teams

  • Brazil (Campeonato Brasileiro de League of Legends - CBLOL) - 1 team

  • Japan (League of Legends Japan League - LJL) - 1 team

  • Latin America (The Liga Latinoamérica - LLA) - 1 team

  • Worlds Qualifying Series - 1 team

Teams qualified for Worlds 2023


  • JD Gaming (Most LPL 2023 Championship Points & LPL 2023 Summer Champion)

  • Bilibili Gaming (2nd most Championship Points)

  • LNG (LPL 2023 Regional Finals Winner)

  • Weibo (LPL 2023 Regional Finals Runner-Up)


  • NRG (LCS 2023 Championship Champion)

  • Cloud9 (LCS 2023 Championship Runner-Up)

  • Team Liquid (LCS 2023 Championship 3rd Place Team)

Additionally, Golden Guardians from the LCS will be participating in the Worlds Qualifying Series.


  • G2 Esports (LEC 2023 Season Finals Winner)

  • Fnatic (LEC 2023 Season Finals 2nd Place)

  • MAD Lions (LEC 2023 Season Finals 3rd Place Team)


  • Gen.G (LCK 2023 Summer Champion)

  • T1 (LCK 2023 Championship Points)

  • KT Rolster (LCK 2023 Regional Finals Winner)

  • Dplus Kia (LCK 2023 Regional Finals Runner-Up)


  • PSG Talon (PCS 2023 Summer Champion)

  • ⁠CTBC Flying Oyster (PCS 2023 Summer Runner-Up)


  • ⁠GAM Esports (VCS 2023 Summer Champion)

  • Team Whales (VCS 2023 Summer Runner-Up)


  • LOUD (CBLOL 2023 Split Two Champion)


  • Movistar R7 (LLA 2023 Closing Champion)


  • DetonatioN FocusMe (LJL 2023 Summer Champion)

Worlds Qualifying Series

The Worlds Qualifying Series 2023 will be a best-of-five series between the 4th seed of LEC and LCS, and the winning team will earn the final spot at Worlds 2023. The WQS 2023 is between Golden Guardians (NA) vs Team BDS (EMEA).

The article will be updated with the rest of the teams that qualify for the international tournament along with their qualifying path.

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Sadakshi has been a gamer throughout her life and has followed League of Legends since Season 3, immediately falling in love with the esports scene. Bringing in her print journalism experience, she focuses on content that is both informative and innovative. While her heart still remains with League, her love for competition has pushed her to explore other titles such as Valorant and Apex Legends.

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