The semifinal stage of the 2020 League of Legends World Championship wrapped up this weekend with Korea’s Damwon Gaming taking the victory over G2 Esports and China’s Suning defeating Top Esports.
The semi-finals saw the last hope of the west, G2 Esports, and a second Chinese roster, Top Esports, eliminated from the event.
The semi-finals ended up being relatively one-sided, with both finalist teams beating their counterparts 3-1. Damwon took G2 out of the running, in a match series that made the 2019 runner-up look out of their depth. Suning beat Top in a more competitive series, however, the Chinese finalists did look to be the more formidable team across the board.
With the finals set to take place this Saturday, the 31th of October, it’s hard to tell which team is the favourite to win. Make sure to check out the finals here, which starts at 10am GMT.