Taiwanese League of Legends team Flash Wolves became the first team to qualify for the 2018 World Championship.
Flash Wolves secured their place in the World Championship after its performance in the League of Legends Master Series, which features teams from Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau. Although the season isn't over yet, Flash Wolves' undefeated 11-0 record at LMS helped the team secure a spot for the World Championship.
The World Championship is the biggest League of Legends event in the year. Riot Games revealed key dates for the tournament, including the cities it will take place in. The World Championship is returning to South Korea and will travel to Seoul for the play-in stage, while the group stage and quarterfinals are at Busan. Semifinals will be held at Gwangju, and the finals will conclude at Incheon.
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