Teams from all across the world are starting to qualify for the 2022 League of Legends World Championship, which will take place in less than a month. The top teams in pro League will secure their berths in the World Championship from August through September.

This year, Worlds will take place once more in North America, with the LCS serving as the host league for the first time since the 2016 campaign. Additionally, spectators will be able to attend all World Championship stages for the first time since 2019 during this year’s competition. Fans have not been permitted at Worlds since a small number of spectators were let into the Grand Finals in 2020 between China’s Suning and Korea’s DAMWON Gaming.

The play-in stage of Worlds will be held in Mexico City, the group stage in New York City, the semifinals in Atlanta, Georgia, and the event’s finals will be held in San Francisco, California, this year.

With the exception of the LCL, every domestic league in the globe will send a participant to this year’s Worlds. At the World Championship, 24 teams from 11 leagues will take part in total.

The teams who have qualified for the League of Legends World Championship in 2022 are listed below.

LCK (Korea)

  • Gen.G
  • T1
  • TBD
  • TBD

LCS (North America)

The LCS has not confirmed any teams for this year’s World Championship. The league’s eight-team postseason began on Aug. 20. The finals of the league will take place on Sept. 11 at Chicago’s United Center.

LPL (China)

  • Top Esports
  • TBD
  • TBD
  • TBD

LEC (Europe)

  • G2 Esports
  • Rogue
  • TBD
  • TBD

PCS (Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macao and Southeast Asia)

The PCS will send two teams to Worlds—the champion directly to the Group Stage of the event and the runner-up to the play-in stage. The league’s championship will determine which teams attend the event on Sept. 4.

VCS (Vietnam)

Vietnam will return to the Worlds stage this year after a two-year absence in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Similar to the PCS, the league will send its champion to the group stage of Worlds and the runner-up to the play-in stage. The VCS’ grand finals will take place on Sept. 4.

CBLOL (Brazil)

The CBLOL will send its Split Two champion to the Worlds play-in stage. The league’s playoffs are ongoing and will wrap up on Sept. 3.

LJL (Japan)

Japan’s LJL will have one representative at the Worlds play-in stage. That representative will be determined when the league crowns a champion on Sept. 4.

LLA (Latin America)

The champion of the LLA will be crowned on Aug. 27, and will represent Latin America at the play-in stage of Worlds.

LCO (Oceania)

The LCO Split Two champion will be decided on Sept. 4, with the winner of the Oceanic league attending the Worlds play-in stage.

TCL (Turkey)

The TCL will be among the final leagues in the world to declare a Summer Split champion, as the domestic portion of the league’s season is set to wrap up on Sept. 10.

LCL (Commonwealth of Independent States)

The LCL will not be sending a team to this year’s World Championship. The league has been on pause since March 25 due to the ongoing conflict in Ukraine.

Worlds 2022 is set to begin on Sept. 29, with the play-in stage being played in Mexico City. This article will continuously update as more teams qualify and lock in their seeds for the World Championship.