Betting on LoL: Highlights, Spotlights, Calendars

by Jonathan M. Web Administrator for

Riot-developed game League of Legends (LoL) is no doubt the most popular competitive gaming titles currently available worldwide. The regional leagues located across the globe ranges from North America to Southeast Asia and you can watch it on Youtube, Facebook, or Twitch. This 2018, wherever you are in the world, we are sure that you anticipate the LoL World Championship in South Korea.

Before we dive into the highlights, spotlights, and calendars, make sure that you are really prepared to start betting on LoL. Whether betting with Bitcoins or fiat currency, they key to winning is still preparation. Preparing your betting tips, predictions, and strategies is a must.


The announcement was made on February 27th by the Riot company itself, they will be hosting the LoL World Championship 2018 in South Korea as it is is considered the “home of esports” due to their worldwide dominance. You might remember that the top player with the most prize pool won this year is from South Korea, making them the country with the most prize pool won for 2017. Additionally, South Korea teams has won every world championship for the last five years. If you’ve been around for a while or you’re just always ready to start betting on LoL, you know that South Koreans are the kings of esports.

The announcement from Riot states: “As the reigning champions of the competitive League of Legends landscape, and pioneers in the world of esports, Korea will be the host region of the entirety of the 2018 World Championship. This year, 24 teams will compete for the Summoner’s Cup across multiple cities and venues throughout Korea.” Aside from that, they have also mentioned that they will be hosting other events across the year, coinciding with the Mid-Season Invitational which will take place Germany and France this May, he upcoming Rift Rivals in July that will graze five different countries, and lastly, the All-Star Event in the United States this December.

League of Legends 2018 Competitive Calendar

Mid-Season Invitational Groups – May 03-06 in Berlin
Mid-Season Invitational Playoffs – May 18-20 in Paris
Rift Rivals – North America vs Europe – July in USA
Rift Rivals – China vs Korea vs LMS – July in China
Rift Rivals – Brazil vs LATAM North vs LATAM South – July in Brazil
Rift Rivals – Oceania vs Southeast Asia vs Japan – July in Australia
Rift Rivals – Vietnam vs Russia vs Turkey – July in Vietnam
World Championship 2018 – Data TBC in South Korea
All Star Event – Dec 03-09 in North America

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