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How to watch the 2019 League of Legends (LOL) World Championship Final: schedule, results and stream


7 Nov 2019


The League of Legends World Championship, also known as Worlds, is an annual event hosted by Riot Games. In this tournament, the world’s best teams compete for the champion title, the 70-pound Summoner’s Cup and a coveted $1 million championship prize. 

The LOL Final World Championship – see previous results and stream the final live

The championship is composed of three stages – the Play-in Stage, the Group Stage, and the Knockout Stage. The event is the pinnacle of e-sports, as it captures the interest of millions of fans across the world.

Worlds was founded in 2011, and 2019 thus marks the ninth edition of this widely popular e-sports event. This year, the event kicked off on the second of October, and now we’re just days away from the showdown in France. 

This year, Riot Games centered their live tournament in Europe, taking Worlds to three major European cities. The dust from the quarter-and semi-finals in Madrid has just settled, and now we’re all anxiously looking forward to the final in AccorHotels Arena in Paris on the 10th of November. This is undoubtedly the largest esports event of the year, and needless to say, you need to tune in.

Results from the LOL knockout stage

The knockout stages in Madrid took a few fans by surprise. Many watching fans weren’t too sure that FPX would be able to deny reigning champions, IG, a title defence. However, every team member put on a flawless performance, and with joint efforts, FPX managed to secure a place in the finals. G2 Esports showed excellent map control throughout the knockout stage and are just one match away from cementing themselves as the best LOL team in the world. Here’s a look at the result in the knockout stage:


  • Invictus Gaming vs Griffin: 3-1
  • Funplus Phonenix vs Fnatic: 3-1
  • Splyce vs SK Telecom T11-3
  • G2 Esports vs DAMWON Gaming: 3-1


  • Funplus Phoenix vs Invictus Gaming: 3-1
  • SK Telecom T1 vs G2 Esports1-3

How to watch the League of Legends (LOL) Paris world championship

In a few days, G2 Esports and FunPlus Phoenix will go head-to-head in an epic battle for this year’s championship title. Both teams have put their best foot forward to come this far in the live tournament, and this could very well turn out to be the most epic LOL final so far. If you’re interested in watching the LOL G2 FunPlus Phoenix match, you have four options:

  • Watch the lol final world championship on esportsguide.com
  • Watch the lol final world championship on lolesports.com
  • Watch lol final world championship on YouTube.com
  • Watch lol final world championship on Twitch.tv

Watch the League of Legends (LOL) Paris world championship on esportsguide.com

One of the best sites for watching the game. The perfect guide for users that are new or already into esports. Providing an extensive list of the biggest esports together with streams for each esports match live today or upcoming matches.

Watch the League of Legends (LOL) Paris world championship on lolesports.com

You’ll be able to watch the match on watch.lolesports.com. Here, you’ll also find anything related to this live tournament. This website is an excellent source for anything related to League of Legends. You can even opt for Pro View and choose from ten different live streams and benefit from a customizable multiview. 

Watch the League of Legends (LOL) Paris world championship on YouTube

You can also watch the LOL final world championship on YouTube. LoL Esports has 3.19 million subscribers and will be streaming the tournament live as soon as it starts. We’re all familiar with YouTube, and this is an easy and hassle-free way to watch the LOL final world championship.

Watch the League of Legends (LOL) Paris world championship on Twitch.tv

The streaming platform par excellence, where every season the number of viewers who watch the game live is exceeded.

All match results from the League of Legends 2019 world championship 

Are you curious to see the results from the League of Legends 2019 championship? Say nor more – below we’ve listed the results of every single LOL championship calendar match.

Playoff Stage schedule

Knockout Stage Day 1, Quarterfinals: the 26th of October

  • Griffin 1-3 Invictus Gaming    
  • Funplus Phoenix 3-1 Fnatic    

Knockout Stage Day 2, Quarterfinals: the 27th of October

  • SK Telecom T1 3-1 Splyce      
  • Damwon Gaming 1-3 G2 Esports       

Knockout Stage Day 3, Semifinals: the 2nd of November

  • Invictus Gaming 1-3 FunPlus Phoenix 

Knockout Stage Day 4, Semifinals: the 3rd of November

  • G2 Esports 3-1 SK Telecom 

Knockout Stage Day 5, Grand Final: the 10th of November

  • FunPlus Pheonix vs G2 Esports

Main Event Group Stage results

Group Stage Day 1: the 12th of October

  • Fnatic 0-1 SK Telecom T1       
  • Royal Never Give Up 1-0 Clutch Gaming        
  • Invictus Gaming 1-0 ahq e-Sports club          
  • Damwon Gaming 0-1 Team Liquid     
  • J Team 1-0 FunPlus Phoenix   
  • GAM Esports 0-1 Splyce 

Group Stage Day 2: the 13th of October

  • SK Telecom T1 1-0 Royal Never Give Up        
  • Fnatic 1-0 Clutch Gaming       
  • Team Liquid 0-1 Invictus Gaming       
  • ahq e-Sports club 0-1 Damwon Gaming        
  • Griffin 0-1 G2 Esports 
  • Cloud9 1-0 HK Attitude     

Group Stage Day 3: the 14th of October

  • Invictus Gaming 0-1 Damwon Gaming           
  • ahq e-Sports club 0-1 Team Liquid     
  • FunPlus Phoenix 1-0 Splyce   
  • J Team 0-1 GAM Esports        
  • Griffin 1-0 HK Attitude 10 
  • G2 Esports 1-0 Cloud9 

Group Stage Day 4: the 15th of October

  • Royal Never Give Up 1-0 Fnatic         
  • SK Telecom T1 1-0 Clutch Gaming     
  • FunPlus Phoenix 1-0 GAM Esports     
  • J Team 1-0 Splyce       
  • Cloud9 0-1 Griffin       
  • G2 Esports 1-0 HK Attitude

Group Stage Day 5: the 17th of October

  • GAM Esports 0-1 FunPlus Phoenix     
  • J Team 0-1 Splyce       
  • GAM Esports 0-1 J Team        
  • FunPlus Phoenix 0-1 Splyce   
  • GAM Esports 0-1 Splyce         
  • FunPlus Phoenix 1-0 J Team  
  • FunPlus Phoenix 1-0 Splyce

Group Stage Day 6: the 18th of October

  • Griffin 1-0 Cloud9       
  • G2 Esports 1-0 HK Attitude    
  • Griffin 1-0 HK Attitude 
  • Cloud 9 0-1 G2 Esports          
  • Cloud9 1-0 HK Attitude          
  • G2 Esports 0-1 Griffin
  • G2 Esports 0-1 Griffin (Tiebreaker

Group Stage Day 7: the 19th of October

  • Royal Never Give Up 0-1 SK Telecom T1        
  • Fnatic 1-0 Clutch Gaming       
  • SK Telecom T1 0-1 Fnatic       
  • Royal Never Give Up 1-0 Clutch Gaming        
  • SK Telecom T1 1-0 Clutch Gaming     
  • Fnatic 1-0 Royal Never Give Up

Group Stage Day 8: the 20th of October

  • AHQ e-Sports Club 0-1 Invictus Gaming         
  • Team Liquid 0-1 Damwon Gaming     
  • Team Liquid 1-0 AHQ e-Sports Club   
  • Invictus Gaming 0-1 Damwon Gaming           
  • AHQ e-Sports Club 0-1 Damwon Gaming       
  • Invictus Gaming 1-0 Team Liquid       

Play-in Stage results

Play-In Day 1: the 2nd of October

  • Clutch Gaming 0-1 Unicorns of Love
  • Detonation FocusMe 0-1 Splyce        
  • MAMMOTH 1-0 Unicorns of Love      
  • Detonationan FocusMe 0-1 Isurus Gaming    
  • MAMMOTH 0-1 Clutch Gaming         
  • Splyce 1-0 Isurus Gaming       

Play-In Day 2: the 3rd of October

  • Royal Youth 0-1 DAMWON Gaming   
  • MEGA 0-1 Hong Kong Attitude          
  • DAMWON Gaming 1-0 Flamengo eSports     
  • MEGA 1-0 Lowkey Esports     
  • Royal Youth 0-1 Flamengo eSports    
  • Hong Kong Attitude 0-1 Lowkey Esports   

Play-In Day 3: the 4th of October

  • Unicorns of Love 1-0 Clutch Gaming  
  • Splyce 0-1 Detonation FocusMe        
  • Unicorns of Love 0-1 MAMMOTH      
  • Isurus Gaming 1-0 Detonation FocusMe       
  • Clutch Gaming 1-0 MAMMOTH         
  • Isurus Gaming 0-1 Splyce

Play-In Day 4: the 5th of October

  • DAMWON Gaming 1-0 Royal Youth   
  • Hong Kong Attitude 1-0 MEGA          
  • Flamengo eSports 0-1 DAMWON Gaming     
  • Lowkey Esports 1-0 MEGA     
  • Flamengo eSports 0-1 Royal Youth    
  • Lowkey Esports 0-1 Hong Kong Attitude      

Play-In Knockout Stage: the 7th of October

  • DAMWON Gaming 3-1 Lowkey Esports
  • Clutch Gaming 3-0 Royal You

Play-In Knockout Stage: the 8th of October

  • Hong Kong Attitude 3-1 Isurus Gaming
  • Splyce 3-2 Unicorns of Love

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