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October 2017 – 22 October 2017: Quarterfinals for the 2017 League of Legends World championship 2019 FIBA World Cup Group C (Spain, Iran, Puerto Rico and
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Known as Suning until late 2021. "Suning evolve into 2020 League of Legends World Championship dark horse". ESPN. Retrieved 29 October 2020. "'My goal at
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CS:GO Boston Major Astralis winning Katowice Invictus Gaming League of Legends World Championship Spitfire win inaugural Overwatch League championship Serral
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began working with ESPN on their esports coverage at the League of Legends World championship semi-finals and finals, as well as BlizzCon 2016. He hosted
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Webb, Kevin. "More than 100 million people watched the 'League of Legends' World Championship, cementing its place as the most popular esport". Business
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Retrieved 8 November 2015. Funk, John (13 September 2013). "League of Legends World Championship viewers guide: the teams, the players, the stories". Polygon
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"Battle Cry" (June 2014) and song "Warriors" for the 2014 League of Legends World Championship (September 2014). On October 24, they revealed the lead single
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25, 2020. "NBA Star Gordon Hayward discusses eSports, the League of Legends World Championship and who he'd like to duo with". theScore esports. October
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having previously recorded the song "Warriors" for the 2014 League of Legends World Championship. On Instagram, JID said "I wrote this verse a couple years
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2018-03-31. Retrieved 2018-12-19. "(G)I-dle's Soyeon ready for League of Legends World Championship spotlight". ESPN. November 8, 2019. Archived from the original
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conducted by Anthony Parnther, for Riot Games' online game League of Legends World Championship Event at the Staples Center and LA Live. As of November 15
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Webb, Kevin. "More than 100 million people watched the 'League of Legends' World Championship, cementing its place as the most popular esport". Business
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Television. Retrieved August 17, 2021. "Ten years of worlds: A League of Legends World Championship oral history". ESPN. September 24, 2020. Retrieved August
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performed the song live with Against the Current at the 2017 League of Legends World Championship closing ceremony in Beijing. A music video was released,
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States. Los Angeles has played host to the 2013 and 2016 League of Legends World Championship Finals. Anaheim Soccer in Los Angeles List of Los Angeles
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Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length 18. "Warriors" (from League of Legends World Championship) Grant Josh Mosser Imagine Dragons Alex da Kid 2:50 Total