Worlds 2020: Where and When to Watch the Semifinals

Photo by Michal Konkol/Riot Games.
Photo by Michal Konkol/Riot Games. /

The semifinals of Worlds 2020 begins on Saturday and we have the information if you want to watch live!

Worlds 2020 has cut the field down to the final four teams, who are preparing to meet this Saturday in the semifinals. The field includes two representatives from China’s LPL, Europe’s top seed, and the best team out of Korea’s LCK. No matter your fandom (well, except NA), these are two great series to watch.

On the one side of the bracket, it’s a China grudge match between Top Esports (“TES”) and Suning. On the other, it’s an east versus west battle between top seeds G2 Esports and Damwon Gaming. Who will win the semifinal matchup and advance to the finals of Worlds 2020?

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Broadcast Begins (all days): 6:00 EDT / 3:00 PDT / 11:00 BST / 12:00 CEST

Match 1 (10/24)

Top Esports vs. Suning

Match 2 (10/25)

G2 Esports vs. Damwon Gaming


For the first semifinal matchup, we have a rematch of the LPL semifinals between TES and Suning. When the two teams met in the LPL semis, TES took the series in a three-game sweep. Combined with the regular season, TES has gone 5-0 against Suning this summer, so things aren’t looking too good for the underdog team.

While history is on the side of TES, recent play actually favors Suning. Suning breezed through the LPL’s second seed, JD Gaming, in a 3-1 series while TES had to come back and reverse sweep Fnatic 3-2 to make semifinals. Even though TES struggled against Fnatic, though, I think they have Suning’s number.

Top Esports wins 3-0

For our second semifinal series, we obviously have no past history to go off of, since these teams have not met in 2020. While these are both top seeds from two strong regions, I still think this series is an easy call. G2 struggled throughout the summer and turned it on in playoffs to win the LEC while Damwon has been a juggernaut in the LCK all year.

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G2 is plenty talented and they have the experience of making Worlds Finals last year, but I don’t think anyone is stopping Damwon. It will be a close series, but I think we’re setting up a Korea versus China final.

Damwon wins 3-2