LOL - MSI

LOL - MSI

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Fixtures

DateRHome vs Away-
05/22 07:00 - Saigon Buffalo vs PSG Talon View
05/22 07:00 - Saigon Buffalo vs G2 Esports View
05/22 07:00 - Saigon Buffalo vs Evil Geniuses View
05/22 07:00 - Saigon Buffalo vs Royal Never Give Up View
05/22 07:00 - Saigon Buffalo vs T1 View
05/22 08:00 - Royal Never Give Up vs G2 Esports View
05/22 08:00 - PSG Talon vs G2 Esports View
05/22 08:00 - G2 Esports vs Evil Geniuses View
05/22 08:00 - Royal Never Give Up vs PSG Talon View
05/22 08:00 - Royal Never Give Up vs Evil Geniuses View
05/22 08:00 - PSG Talon vs Evil Geniuses View
05/22 08:00 - T1 vs PSG Talon View

Results

Date R Home vs Away -
05/15 10:20 1 Saigon Buffalo vs T1 0-1
05/15 09:20 1 Team Aze vs DetonatioN FocusMe 1-0
05/15 08:35 1 Team Aze vs T1 0-1
05/15 07:35 1 DetonatioN FocusMe vs Saigon Buffalo 0-1
05/15 06:45 1 DetonatioN FocusMe vs T1 0-1
05/15 06:00 1 Team Aze vs Saigon Buffalo 0-1
05/14 13:25 1 Royal Never Give Up vs RED Canids 1-0
05/14 12:30 1 Royal Never Give Up vs PSG Talon 1-0
05/14 11:35 1 FastPay Wildcats vs Royal Never Give Up 0-1
05/14 10:45 1 Order vs G2 Esports 0-1
05/14 09:55 1 Order vs Evil Geniuses 0-1
05/14 08:55 1 Evil Geniuses vs G2 Esports 0-1

The Mid-Season Invitational (MSI) is an annual League of Legends tournament hosted by Riot Games since 2015. It is the second most important international League of Legends tournament aside from the World Championship.

In 2015 and 2016, the event featured the Spring Split champions of the five major competitive League of Legends regional leagues (LEC, LCS, LCK, LMS, LPL), as well as a wildcard team from a less region determined by the International Wildcard Invitational, held a few weeks beforehand. In its inaugural tournament, Chinese team Edward Gaming emerged victorious by defeating South Korean team SK Telecom T1 3–2 in the final.

Since 2017, Spring Split champions from all regions have been participating in the event. The International Wildcard Invitational was replaced by the Play-in Stage. The best Wildcard region receives a direct spot in the World Championship's Group Stage for that year for their Summer Split champion. The top four regions gets the pool 1 spot in the World Championship's Group Stage.

Royal Never Give Up from China and T1 from South Korea are the most successful teams with two MSI titles each.