​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.

Cover photo courtesy of Riot Games