The biggest League of Legends roster swaps of the offseason
The past year was a strange time for League of Legends. Korea, a country famed for its dominance in competitive play, was dethroned by China at Worlds 2018 after years of contention.
Europe and North America’s high expectations to perform remained the same as they’ve always been. Teams from these regions entered the World Championship with a “this is the year we’ll do it” attitude, which somehow felt realistic.
And to the surprise of many, the West had a resurgence at Worlds 2018. They almost looked like equals, performing well beyond anyone’s expectations, and Europe very nearly won it all.
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