Ranking all 24 teams at the League of Legends World Championship

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INCHEON, SOUTH KOREA – NOVEMBER 03: Team Invictus Gaming of China celebrates their winning Finals match of 2018 The League of Legends World Championship against Team Fnatic at Incheon Munhak Stadium on November 3, 2018 in Incheon, South Korea. (Photo by Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images)

We rank every single team that has qualified for the League of Legends World Championship!

Summoners, the time has come. After hundreds of grueling games, off-meta picks, Baron steals, reverse sweeps, heartbreak, and triumph, we have reached the end of the road. The League of Legends World Championship is approaching with the group stage draws taking place on Monday.

While the headliners of the tournament won’t be squaring off until far later in the tournament, it’s still important to start thinking about the teams that might be vying for a long stay and which won’t be long for this world. So today, we will kick off our coverage of the World Championship by ranking each and every one of the 24 teams that will play in October.

We’ll break down all of the teams’ rosters, let you know how they ended up here, give you the players that they’ll be relying on to carry their teams, and their best (and worst) possible outcomes for the World Championship. Please notice, these ratings are purely based on my opinions of each team’s strengths. How far the teams go will be dependent on what group they get placed in, how they adapt to the Patch 9.19 meta when it comes to pass, player health, luck, and all the other intangibles. But, at this very moment, here are the rankings of each team starting at number 24.

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