League Of Legends Worlds 2023 Play-Ins Standings, Points Table, Results Till 14th October 2023
The League of Legends Worlds 2023 Play-In stage has been an exciting battleground for eight teams, each vying for a chance to advance to the group stage and ultimately claim the championship. As of October 14, 2023, the stage has witnessed some intense matches, surprising upsets, and incredible performances from the participating teams. In this article, we will delve into the Play-Ins standings, points table, and results up to this point, providing a comprehensive overview of the tournament’s progress.
Play-Ins Standings and Points Table:
The play-in stage is divided into two groups, A and B, with each group featuring four teams. Here’s a snapshot of the current standings and points table:
MAD Lions: 3 wins, 0 losses, 6 points, +17 point differential
DRX: 2 wins, 1 loss, 5 points, +11 point differential
LOUD: 1 Win, 2 Losses, 4 Points, -5 Point Differential
Chiefs Esports Club: 0 wins, 3 losses, 3 points, -22 point differential
Fnatic: 3 wins, 0 losses, 6 points, +12 point differential
RNG: 2 wins, 1 loss, 5 points, +1 point differential
EG: 1 win, 2 losses, 4 points, -11 point differential
Isurus Gaming: 0 wins, 3 losses, 3 points, -12 point differential
The standings show that MAD Lions and Fnatic from Groups A and B, respectively, have been dominant, each securing three wins and holding the top spot in their groups. These teams have displayed exceptional gameplay and coordination, earning them significant point differentials.
On the other hand, DRX and RNG have also performed admirably, with DRX securing the second spot in Group A and RNG holding the same position in Group B. Despite some losses, these teams have collected valuable points that keep them in contention for the group stage.
Meanwhile, LOUD and EG in Group A, as well as Chiefs Esports Club and Isurus Gaming in Group B, are facing an uphill battle to secure their spots in the next stage of the tournament. They will need to pull off some remarkable victories and rely on tiebreakers to make it through.
The Play-Ins stage has featured an array of thrilling matchups, with teams giving their all to advance. Here are the results of the matches played up to October 14, 2023:
October 10, 2023:
MAD Lions vs. DRX: MAD Lions won 1-0
LOUD vs. Chiefs Esports Club: LOUD won 1-0
RNG vs. EG: RNG won 1-0
Fnatic vs. Isurus Gaming: Fnatic won 1-0
October 11, 2023:
Mad Lions vs. Loud: Mad Lions won 1-0
DRX vs. Chiefs Esports Club: DRX won 1-0
RNG vs. Isurus Gaming: RNG won 1-0
Fnatic vs. EG: Fnatic won 1-0
October 12, 2023:
MAD Lions vs. Chiefs Esports Club: MAD Lions won 1-0
DRX vs. LOUD: DRX won 1-0
RNG vs. Fnatic: Fnatic won 1-0
EG vs. Isurus Gaming: Isurus Gaming won 1-0
October 13, 2023 (Tiebreakers):
MAD Lions vs. DRX: MAD Lions won
RNG vs. Fnatic: Fnatic won
LOUD vs. DRX: DRX won
EG vs. Fnatic: Fnatic won
The results showcase the highly competitive nature of the play-in stage. Fnatic’s victory over RNG was a significant upset, as RNG is considered one of the top contenders for the championship. MAD Lions’ strong performance, including their win over DRX in the tiebreaker, has solidified their position as a formidable team.
As we approach the conclusion of the Play-Ins stage, the upcoming matches promise more intense action as LOUD, EG, Chiefs Esports Club, and Isurus Gaming continue to battle for the last two spots in the Group Stage. The tiebreakers have added an extra layer of excitement, making it difficult to predict which teams will ultimately advance.
The League of Legends Worlds 2023 Play-In stage has delivered on its promise of thrilling and competitive gameplay. With top teams like Fnatic and RNG experiencing both success and setbacks and underdogs like MAD Lions and DRX making their mark, the stage is a true test of skill and adaptability.
As we eagerly await the final results of the Play-Ins stage, it’s clear that the League of Legends World Championship 2023 is shaping up to be an unforgettable tournament. The journey to the championship continues, and fans can look forward to more incredible plays, upsets, and memorable moments as the world’s best teams vie for supremacy on the Rift.