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Updated on November 2, 6:34 p.m. (GMT+8): Updated schedule, results, standings.
The Worlds 2023 Knockout stage is the third and final stretch of the League of Legends World Championship.
Out of the initial pool, eight teams have advanced from the Swiss stage to the quarterfinals. From here, four teams move on to the semifinals, then two to the final.
The League of Legends Pro League (LPL) is aiming for supremacy as all four of their representatives making it to the Worlds 2023 Knockout stage.
Among them, JD Gaming stands out as the most dominant, seeking to pave the Golden Road by winning it all — this year’s LPL Spring and Summer championships, MSI 2023, and, hopefully, Worlds 2023.
Worlds 2023 Knockout stage schedule and results
|NRG||0 — 3||Weibo Gaming|
NRG have been eliminated.
Weibo Gaming advances to the semifinals.
|Gen.G||November 3, 1 a.m. PDT | 8 a.m. GMT | 4 p.m. GMT+8||Bilibili Gaming|
|JD Gaming||November 4, 1 a.m. PDT | 8 a.m. GMT | 4 p.m. GMT+8||KT Rolster|
|LNG Esports||November 5, 1 a.m. PDT | 8 a.m. GMT | 4 p.m. GMT+8||T1|
|Weibo Gaming||November 11, 1 a.m. PST | 8 a.m. GMT | 4 p.m. GMT+8||TBC|
|TBC||November 12, 1 a.m. PST | 8 a.m. GMT | 4 p.m. GMT+8||TBC|
|TBC||November 19, 1 a.m. PST | 8 a.m. GMT | 4 p.m. GMT+8||TBC|
Where to watch Worlds 2023 Knockout stage
League of Legends esports fans can watch the Worlds 2023 Knockout stage matches live on Riot Games’ official channels on Twitch and YouTube.
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