League of Legends March Madness bracket – Elite 8

League of Legends. Photo courtesy of Riot Games.
League of Legends. Photo courtesy of Riot Games. /

The March Madness bracket for favorite League of Legends champion progresses through the round of 16 to the final 8. What champions remain?

As the actual March Madness tournament enters its Final Four, we here at Blog of Legends begin our voting for the Elite 8 of our tournament for favorite League of Legends champion. Two champions each remain in the support, ADC, jungle, and solo lane brackets. Who remains dancing?

The Blog of Legends March Madness Bracket, 2019. Elite 8.
The Blog of Legends March Madness Bracket, 2019. Elite 8. /

ADC Region Finals: (9) Jhin vs. (15) Xayah

The Cinderella story of Xayah continues as she took down the Deathslinger Lucian, the highest-seeded ADC remaining, in the last round. The Rebel’s improbable run continues as she faces off against the Virtuoso himself.

Jhin has won his first three matches. Can he make it FOUR?

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Support Region Finals: (1) Thresh vs. (2) Morgana

On the other side, we get the only side of the bracket with the expected matchup in the Elite 8. Thresh managed to Flay away Leona’s engage to bring him face-to-face with Morgana, who Black Shielded Blitzcrank’s hook shot to deny him buckets.

Now the Chain Warden faces the Fallen angel in a battle of evil vs. evil. Who will win?

Jungle Region Finals: (5) Kayn vs. (2) Jarvan IV

Kayn made quick work of Rengar in the round of 16, using Umbral Trespass to ride the kitty’s On the Hunt into the Elite 8. He goes up against the man who should be Dunkmaster, Jarvan IV.

Jarvan took out his frustrations of Ivern getting that coveted Dunkmaster skin on Jax, showing the Grandmaster that spear beats lampost every time. Can he dunk on Kayn or will the Shadow Reaper just walk out of the Cataclysm?

Solo Region Finals: (8) Ahri vs. (11) Renekton

Some more Cinderella stories as the Nine-Tailed Fox faces the Butcher of the Sands. In the previous round, Ahri proved to be too charming and nimble to get entranced by Irelia’s blade dances.

Now she faces Renekton, who showed Zed that moving through shadows isn’t so effective in the desert. In the battle of the animal kingdom, you’d expect the crocodile to beat the fox, but will that same outcome be had in the bracket?

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Who do you think will advance to our League of Legends Final Four? Bracket voting resumes tomorrow!