Dot Esports’ official Worlds 2021 power rankings – Dot Esports

Dot Esports’ official Worlds 2021 power rankings – Dot Esports

After a year of blood, sweat, and tears, the 2021 World Championship is almost here. The 22 best League of Legends teams across the globe have worked themselves to the bone during the Summer Split, and their efforts have allowed them to rise above the rest of the competition in their respective regions to reach the biggest League event of the year.

Everything they’ve built has culminated into this one tournament. This is where legends are made and legacies are forged. From formidable powerhouses to tantalizing underdogs, next month should bring some of the most memorable matches we’ve seen to date in the competitive League.

Worlds 2021 is set to begin on Tuesday, Oct. 5. Here are our power rankings for each team attending.

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22) Infinity Esports

Despite winning back-to-back LLA splits in 2021, Infinity Esports are outclassed by every other team at the tournament in individual talent. Earlier this season, the team was dispatched relatively quickly at the Mid-Season Invitational, winning one of six games at that tournament. We’re expecting a similar result for Infinity at Worlds. 

21) RED Canids

Like the LCS, the CBLOL is going through a long-overdue youth revolution, and RED Canids are its harbingers. This team is made up of four rookies and a veteran ADC in TitaN, who is undefeated in