After winning their second-round games in the LCS 2022 Championship, 100 Thieves and Cloud9 have booked their tickets for Worlds 2022.
The end of the playoffs is at the door in North America as the LCS 2022 Championship is soon to be over. The upper bracket games of the second round are done and now it is time for the lower bracket. The winners of the upper bracket games, 100 Thieves and Cloud9, are your first NA representatives at Worlds 2022. 100T took down Team Liquid and C9 demolished Evil Geniuses.
100 Thieves LCS 2022 Championship Roster
- Kim “Ssumday” Chan-ho
- Can “Closer” Çelik
- Felix “Abbedagge” Braun
- Victor “FBI” Huang
- Choi “Huhi” Jae-hyun
100 Thieves are your latest LCS Summer Split champions. They concluded their regular season run in this year’s Summer Split at the second seed. 100T grabbed 14 wins and saw 4 losses and qualified for the LCS 2022 Championship. 100 Thieves’ Championship run started from the second round and they took Team Liquid in five matches to reach the Upper Bracket Final. They won the first two matches of the series but Liquid made a comeback by tying the series to 2-2. However, Closer and Abbedagge had great performances in the fifth game to carry their teams to glory.
Cloud9 LCS 2022 Championship Roster
- Ibrahim “Fudge” Allami
- Robert “Blaber” Huang
- Nicolaj “Jensen” Jensen
- Kim “Berserker” Min-cheol
- Jesper “Zven” Svenningsen
Cloud9’s Championship challenge started one round earlier than 100T. C9 had a very competitive series against Counter Logic Gaming and took them down after five matches, 3-2. C9’s latest victims were Evil Geniuses. The well-known esports organization won the series in four games, 3-1 to face 100 Thieves.
With this result, both Cloud9 and 100 Thieves have guaranteed a spot at Worlds 2022. However, it is still not clear which one will start from the Play-ins.