League Semi Finals Atlanta
During the first day of the League Semi Finals Atlanta, the teams played against each other in an impressive match. The two teams played very well and it was a close race. At the end, the game was won by Team DRX. The two teams are going to face each other again during the finals.
JDG vs T1
During the LCK Semifinals, a matchup between JDG Gaming and T1 is expected to be the most competitive game of the tournament. Both teams are the top two in the LCK, and they are vying for a spot in the Finals. The winner will receive $2,225,000 in prize money.
The semi-finals were held at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta, Georgia. Fans gathered from around the world to watch the action. The first matchup of the day was between the second seed from group B, JDG, and the second seed from group A, T1. The two teams have never played in a professional League of Legends tournament, but they have a lot in common. They have young players who are able to step up when the pressure is on.
DRX vs Kanavi
DRX, the LCK (League of Legends Champions Korea) fourth seed, defeated Gen.G in a clean 3-0 win in the LCK Finals. DRX’s victory was a big upset, and the team’s fans will be happy to see them go to the Worlds finals. They are a team that has been underrated all year, but they have surpassed expectations in every step of the way.
DRX was led by veteran AD carry Kim “Deft” Hyuk-kyu, who had an impressive day. He and BeryL Geon-hee, known as the LoL Whiz, showed some unique compositions in the bot lanes. Their versatility could help them break Gen.G apart in the late game.
DRX took a quick 11 kills in the first 15 minutes. They also grabbed four dragons and Baron Nashor. That’s not bad for a team that’s only been playing since the start of the LCK split. It’s one of the most important wins of the year for DRX, and it shows that the team is able to handle Gen.G methodically.
SkyView Atlanta is a 20-story ferris wheel
Located at the south end of Centennial Park, the 20-story ferris wheel offers a unique view of the city. The gondolas are climate controlled and the views are nothing short of spectacular. The wheel is fully enclosed and the seats are padded for comfort.
There is a surprisingly long admission line. You can choose from a number of specialty packages to customize your ride. Among the perks are complimentary parking and a red rose. The rides are also wheelchair accessible. There is a small waiting area for VIPs and you can even buy a horse-drawn carriage ride to top off the experience.
The sky is the limit at SkyView Atlanta. There are 42 gondolas and one very slick VIP lounge. During high traffic times, you may have to wait in line for a while. However, the wait is well worth it as you get to enjoy the sights and sounds of downtown Atlanta.
No signs of LoL Esports in Atlanta
Despite being the site of the League of Legends World Championship Semifinals, downtown Atlanta, Georgia, does not appear to be a hot spot for LoL Esports. Riot Games did not announce ticket information for the event, and there is no visible signage or merch around the stadium. This is a missed opportunity for LoL Esports.
The finals of the League of Legends World Championship will be held at the Chase Center in San Francisco, but fans will be able to watch the final on Riot’s Trovo page or YouTube channel. The on-air team from Riot’s Korean division will be present at the San Francisco event to provide live coverage.
The final will feature 24 teams, including Edward Gaming and Top Esports, who have won the last two tournaments. They will face resurgent teams from Korea’s LCK, as well as teams from North America and China.