The Group T1 stage of the 2022 League Of Legends World Championship ended this weekend.

After two grueling weekends, only eight teams remain.

Let’s look at how the Groups-advancing teams achieved it.

Group A: T1 and EDward Gaming

Fans and commentators alike dubbed Group A as one of the Groups of Death due to the high volume of activity that transpired within it. As a result, it was practically hard to determine who would emerge victorious from this group.

The group included the reigning World Champions, EDward Gaming (EDG), the most decorated team in the history of the game, T1, Fnatic, the team that won the League of Legends European Championship (LEC), and Cloud9 (C9), the North American Summer Champions.

T1, EDG, and Fnatic all finished in a tie for first place in the first round of Groups. This result was achieved despite the fact that Fnatic defeated C9 and T1 but was defeated by EDG, that T1 defeated EDG and C9 but was defeated by Fnatic in an upset, and that EDG was defeated by T1 but defeated Fnatic and C9 to finish in first place.

T1 were able to exact their vengeance against Fnatic in the second round of the tournament in a rematch against the third-seeded team in the LEC, despite the European team’s concentration on putting Lee “Faker” Sang Hyeok behind the eight ball on Sylas.

The rest of the day was won by T1, who also defeated C9 in the process of virtually eliminating them from the competition. Lee “Gumayusi” Min-hyeong popped off, and Faker, on his 100th game, enabled the T1 AD Carry.

T1 once again prevailed over EDG and earned the top spot in Group A with a scoreline of 5-1 despite having to play from a position of disadvantage.

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On the other hand, EDG defeated Cloud9 and then eliminated Fnatic shortly afterward thanks to some crucial plays from Tian “Meiko” Ye on Thresh and Nami and Park “Viper” Do-hyeon.

Despite this, even if they got off to a good start, they could not win against T1. With a final record of 4-2 in the group stage, EDG secured the second seed.

Group B: JDG and DAMWON KIA Gaming

In spite of the fact that supporters referred to Group B as “another Group of Death,” it was abundantly evident who the top two clubs in the group were.

In the first round of competition, the League of Legends Pro League (LPL) Summer Champions JD Gaming (JDG) took a commanding lead by sweeping all three of their first-round matches, winning 3-0 against the Evil Geniuses, DAMWON KIA Gaming (DWG KIA), and G2 Esports.

JDG was able to advance to the third round after eliminating G2 Esports and prevailing over Evil Geniuses in the second round; nevertheless, they were defeated by DWG KIA.

In contrast, DWG KIA lost a game against JDG in the first round but went on to win both of their matches against G2 Esports and Evil Geniuses.

Then, the team that will compete in the 2020 World Championship took round 2 by storm, with to excellent playmaking from mid laner Heo “Showmaker” Su and jungler Kim “Canyon” Geon-bu, as well as the comeback of Jang “Nuguri” Ha-gwon, who proved to be the deciding factor.

After both teams finished with a record of 5-1, a tiebreaker was held between JDG and DWG KIA. After a great performance in their match against the LCK’s third seed, JDG were able to secure the top seed. The result was that DWG KIA had to settle for the second seed.

Group C: DRX and Rogue

The outcome of Group C was unexpected for everyone, with the majority of fans predicting the elimination of Rogue and Top Esports advancing as the top seed from Group C to the Playoffs instead.

This did not turn out to be the case at all, as the LEC Summer Champions were able to dominate the first round of the Groups and make quick work of DRX, Top Esports, and GAM Esports.

DRX, on the other hand, was victorious against both the second-seeded team in the LPL, Top Esports, as well as GAM Esports, whereas Top Esports only registered one victory in the first round.

Rogue’s winning streak was extended in the second round when they were victorious over the first-seeded team from Vietnam, GAM Esports. However, they were quickly eliminated from the competition by DRX and Top Esports, resulting in a final score of 4-2 for the Groups.

In their first game of the second round, Top Esports suffered a surprising defeat at the hands of GAM Esports. However, they were victorious over both DRX and Rogue, bringing their overall record to 3-3.

Rogue’s support player Adrian “Trymbi” Trybus made a dubious pick with Nasus, which ultimately backfired and allowed DRX to get their retribution on Rogue. DRX kept up their winning streak by claiming another victory over the LPL’s second seed in this game, which they won 4-2 and ended the match with.

DRX ultimately prevailed over Rogue in the tiebreaker, which allowed for their squad to be awarded the first seed. Rogue, however, was awarded the second seed and was the only western club that qualified for the playoffs.

Group D: Gen.G and Royal Never Give Up

It turned out that most of the predictions for Group D were correct, as Gen.G and Royal Never Give Up (RNG) were victorious in both rounds of the competition.

Gen.G was eliminated by RNG in the first round of Groups after blind-picking Singed and Senna during the drafting phase, which resulted in RNG’s carry Chen “GALA” Wei inflicting significant damage on Gen.G.

Following their victory over the North American squad 100 Thieves and the first seed in the Pacific Championship Series (PCS), CBTC Flying Oyster, they immediately staged a comeback (CFO).

The South Korean Summer Champions, on the other hand, were able to extract their vengeance on RNG in the second round and effectively dominated their matchups against 100 Thieves and CFO.

RNG completed the first round with relative ease and continued to dominate throughout the second round. However, despite having a formidable draft, they were unable to finish the groups with a flawless win because they were defeated by the currently-held LCK Championship in their final match.

Although both teams finished with a record of 5-1, Gen.G prevailed in the tiebreaker match versus RNG to earn the top spot. RNG achieved the position of second seed in Group D.

The bracket for the Knockout Stage of #Worlds2022!

— LoL Esports (@lolesports) October 17, 2022

Worlds 2022 will pick back up on Friday (21 November, Singapore Time), with all eight teams having qualified for the tournament. The quarterfinals will begin with JDG taking on Rogue, T1 competing against RNG, Gen.G going up against DWG KIA, and DRX going up against EDG.

Because each of the eight teams that have advanced to the quarterfinals has performed admirably throughout the group stage, there is reason to believe that the action-packed quarterfinals will continue.

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