​Riot Games announced Thursday the host regions for the next three years of the League of Legends World Championship via news release.

Worlds is set to cycle through the three strongest ​League of Legends regions outside of South Korea over the next three years, beginning in Europe in 2019, moving to China in 2020, and returning to North America in 2021.

The 2019 stop in Europe represents the first worlds to take place on the continent since the 2014 finals in Berlin. The host cities for the tournaments early stages will be announced in the future, but Riot has already determined the affair will conclude at the AccorHotels Arena in Paris.

2020's tournament in China will be the tenth worlds in history, a landmark Riot hopes to celebrate with the impressive viewership and passion of the Chinese finals in 2017 at the Beijing National Stadium. No cities have yet been announced for 2020 or for 2021's stop in North America.

Worlds is currently underway in Incheon, South Korea. ​Fnatic and ​Invictus Gaming are set to face off in the ​finals of the tournament Saturday.

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