The Best And Worst Performing Teams At The League of Legends World Championship


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Thirty-eight teams have had the honor of attending one or more of the four League of Legends World Championships. Of those thirty-eight competing teams, only four have claimed the ultimate prize, The Summoners Cup. Fnatic, Taipei Assassins, SKT Telecom T1, and Samsung Galaxy White have achieved the prestigious title of 'World Champion.' However, they are not the only teams that have stories to tell and records to share from their time on the world stage.

Most Appearances by a Team at Worlds

Rank

Team

Appearances

Record

Region

1 Team SoloMid 4 12 - 18 North America
2 Fnatic 3 21 - 13 Europe
3 Samsung Galaxy White / Ozone* 2 20 - 6 Korea
3 Taipei Assassins 2 8 - 7 Taiwan
3 Star Horn Royal Club* 2 17 - 12 China
3 OMG 2 15 - 9 China
3 NaJin Sword / Black Sword* 2 7 - 6 Korea
3 Cloud 9 2 6 - 8 North America
3 SK Gaming 2 2 - 7 Europe
3 Gambit Gaming / Moscow 5 * 2 10 - 7 Europe
3 Counter Logic Gaming / CLG Prime* 2 5 - 5 North America
3 Alliance / Counter Logic Gaming EU* 2 8 - 7 Europe
*Some teams underwent a branding or name change between seasons. For purposes of record keeping, this article assumes that the they are the same team.

Team SoloMid - North America

Team SoloMid is practically synonymous with the League of Legends World Championships. TSM is the only team to have played in every League of Legends World Championship, earning them the record for most appearances. The most notable of TSM's runs was a 3rd place finish in the Season 1 World Championship where they were defeated by Against All Authority 0 - 2 in the 3rd place match (Watch the final game of TSM's deepest run at Worlds). TSM earned a bye to the bracket stage of the Season 2 World Championship, but lost in the 1st round to the eventual runner-up, Azubu Frost, 0 - 2. The following year, Team SoloMid failed to make it out of the group stage, only winning two of their eight games. In 2014, TSM advanced from the group stage after a promising 4 - 2 finish, but lost to the eventual champion, Samsung Galaxy White, 3 - 1 in the 1st round of the bracket. The only bracket series victory TSM can claim is their win over the now disbanded Epik Gamer in the loser's bracket of the 1st World Championship.

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Fnatic - Europe

Fnatic can claim the honor of the being the 1st League of Legends World Champion. Fnatic earned the title by defeating against All authority 2 - 1 in the finals after climbing through the loser's bracket to face them (Season 1 World Championship Game 1 and Game 2). Sadly, the defending world champion barely missed their chance to play in 2nd World Championship due to their failure to place in the Season 2 European Regional Finals. The team bounced back and returned to worlds with a strong showing in the Season 3 World Championship. They dominated the group stage but eventually lost to Royal Club in the 2nd round of the bracket stage, securing a 3rd/4th place finish. The following year, Fnatic had a disappointing showing and was knocked out in the group stage with a 2 - 4 record. Despite not making the bracket stage in 2014, Fnatic still holds the record for the most series won in the bracket stage with five; four in Season 1 and one in Season 2.

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Samsung Galaxy White - Korea

Samsung Galaxy White is the most recent World Champion with a total of two appearances. Samsung Galaxy Ozone made their first appearance in the Season 3 World Championship but failed to make it out of the group stage after losing a tie breaker match to Gambit Gaming (Watch the game here.) The next year, the Samsung organization acquired a sister team and renamed the original team to Samsung Galaxy White. The team's returned to worlds that year after their second consecutive 2nd place finish in the LCK finals. Samsung Galaxy White came in to the tournament with something to prove, destroying the group stage of the tournament with a 6 - 0 record and securing the record for most group stage wins with 11 between their two worlds appearances. Samsung only lost 2 games throughout the bracket stage of the Season 4 World Championship, one to TSM in the first series they played and another in the finals to the runner-up, Star Horn Royal Club.

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Taipei Assassins - Taiwan

The Taipei Assassins' first of two appearances was in 2012, at the Season 2 World Championship. TPA earned a bye into the bracket stage of the Season 2 World Championship by finishing 1st in the Season 2 Regional Qualifier in Taipei. The team that not many people knew much about blew through the bracket stage, only losing two games in the three series they played. The Assassins astonished everyone by defeating three favorites to win the tournament (NaJin Sword 2 - 0, Moscow Five 2 - 1, and runner-up Azubu Frost 3 - 1(Watch the finals here)). The following year, the world champions failed to qualify for the tournament and instead the Gamania Bears represented Taiwan. The Taipei Assassins returned to the Season 4 World Championship, but only won a single game in the group stage, ending with a 1 - 5 record.

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Star Horn Royal Club - China

Star Horn Royal Club was a dominate team in both their appearances to worlds. The Chinese squad came on to the world stage in Season 3 with a bye to the bracket stage earned by their 1st place finish in the Chinese League. In the first round of the tournament, Star Horn Royal Club faced their biggest rivals, OMG. Royal Club took both games off their Chinese rivals and went on to beat Fnatic in a best of 5 to earn themselves a place in the finals against the tournament favorites, SKT Telecom T1. Despite their excellent run thus far, Royal Club didn't manage to win a single game against the Korean squad and finished the tournament in 2nd place. Their next appearance to worlds came the following year after changing sponsors and finishing 2nd in the LPL Season 4 playoffs. Star Horn Royal Club had a strong showing in the group stage, losing only a single game. Edward Gaming and OMG both fell to Star Horn Royal Club after a pair of close 3 - 2 series. Royal Club returned to the finals for a second year in a row, but for a second year in a row, they fell to that year's Korean favorites, Samsung Galaxy White, 3 - 1 (Watch the SSGW vs SHRC 2014 finals here).

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OMG - China

Just like their regional rivals, Star Horn Royal Club, OMG also has had some dominate showings at worlds... until they face Royal Club in the bracket stage, that is. OMG first qualified for worlds in 2013 and looked extremely strong with a 7 - 1 record in the group stage, including the only win against the eventual tournament winner, SKT Telecom T1 (Watch that game here). OMG matched up against Royal Club in the 1st round of the bracket stage and suffered a crushing 0 - 2 loss from their rivals. The next year, OMG qualified for worlds again and was placed in what was thought of as the hardest group in the tournament. The Chinese team defied the odds and advanced to the bracket stage with a group stage record of 3 - 3. OMG swept the OGN Regional Finals Winner, NaJin White Shield, in a five game series in the 1st round of brackets. Their next opponent was once again their Chinese rivals, Royal Club. And once again, OMG fell to their rivals, but this time the series was an epic 3 - 2 showdown in Royal Club's favor.

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NaJin Black Sword - Korea

NaJin Black Sword's first appearance was in the Season 2 World Championship under the name NaJin Sword. NaJin earned a bye to the bracket stage of the tournament after placing 1st in the Season 2 Regional Finals for Korea. The Koreans faced the Taipei Assassins in the first round and are swept 2 - 0 by the eventual Season 2 World Champions. NaJin entered the Season 3 World Championship the following year with a minor name change to NaJin Black Sword. The team once again earned the honor of Korean Circuit 1st place winner and earn another bye to the bracket stages. This time, the Koreans would win their first series against Gambit Gaming 2 - 1, and move on to the second round. For the second year in a row, NaJin would prematurely lose to the eventual world champions in the bracket stage. NaJin lost to SKT Telecom T1 in an intense five game series that went the distance. NaJin failed to qualify for the Season 4 World Championship.

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Cloud 9 - North America

Cloud 9 was North America's great hope at worlds the last few years. The team first came on to the scene in Season 3 after earning a bye directly to the bracket stage of tournament. The regular season champs faced Fnatic in the first round of brackets but were only able to take a single game off the Europeans in their three game series. Cloud 9 bounced back onto the world stage in Season 4 after placing 2nd in the North American Regional Qualifier. The team would have a strong showing in the group stage taking games off of the European powerhouse, Alliance, and the solid Korean squad, NaJin White Shield. C9 finished with a 4 - 2 record in the group stage and advanced into the brackets where they would face the OGN Circuit 1st Place team, Samsung Galaxy Blue. Cloud 9 succeeded in taking a game off the Koreans but ended up losing the series with a 3 - 1 record in favor of Samsung.

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SK Gaming - Europe

SK Gaming made their first appearance to worlds in 2012 at the Season 2 World Championship. The SK squad placed 2nd in the Season 2 Regional Finals but would not make it out of the group stage of the tourney. The team performed poorly in their group and dropped all three of their scheduled matches. SK failed to qualify to the Season 3 World Championship, but they earned the final European spot the following year. SK Gaming had another poor showing in groups and didn't qualify for the bracket stage. SK went 2 - 4 in their group.

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Gambit Gaming - Europe

The Russian squad first came on to the scene in Season 2 under the name Moscow Five. The Russians finished 1st place in the regular season and earned a bye to bracket stage of the tournament. In the first round of brackets, Moscow Five defeated the Chinese team, Invictus Gaming, in two straight games. M5 faced TPA in the next round and lost to the tourney champions in three games with a 2 - 1 record in favor of the TPA squad. M5 returned to worlds in Season 3 under the new name Gambit Gaming. Gambit had a dominate showing in the group stages, finishing 5 - 3 and forcing a tie breaker with Samsung Galaxy Ozone to determine who will advance to the bracket stage. Gambit defeated the Korean favorites and moved on to the bracket stage only to lose to the Korean regular season champions, NaJin Black Shield 2 - 1 in the first round. Gambit failed to earn a spot in the Season 4 Championship.

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Counter Logic Gaming - North America

Counter Logic Gaming made appearances to the first two League of Legends World Championships. In Season 1 the North American Squad advanced from groups with a 2 -1 record but lost to the eventual tournament winners, Fnatic, in the first round of the bracket stage 2 - 1. CLG's next appearance came the following year where they had a disappointing showing in groups, only winning a single game and ending their tournament run with a record of 1 - 2.

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Alliance - Europe

Alliance's first trip to worlds was in Season 2 under the name Counter Logic Gaming EU. CLG EU had a strong showing in the tournament, advancing from the group stage with a 2 - 1 record. The European squad won their first bracket stage series against the Chinese squad, World Elite. CLG faced the tourney runner-up, Azubu Frost, in the next round and fell to the Korean team 1 -2. CLG EU changed their name to Evil Geniuses the following season but failed to make worlds after placing 4th in the qualifiers. The team changed their name to Alliance in 2014 and placed 1st in the EU LCS Playoffs. The European "Super Team" disappointed fans when they failed to make it out of the group stage of the tourney. In the final game of groups Alliance faced the Brazilian team, KaBuM! e-Sports. If Alliance won this game it would force a tie breaker with Cloud 9 to determine who would advance to brackets. Sadly, Alliance loses the game and fails to advance. You can watch that game here.

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Most Games Played by a Team at Worlds

Rank

Team

Group Games

Bracket Games

Total Games

1 Fnatic 17 17 34
2 Team SoloMid 17 13 30
3 Star Horn Royal Club 6 23 29
4 Samsung Galaxy White 11 15 26
5 OMG 14 10 24

Fnatic and Team Solo Mid earn the top two spots pretty much by default. They are the only organizations to participate in the League of Legends World Championship more than two times. Because of this, and because of each team having at least one relatively deep run, they are the only teams to have played 30+ games on the world stage.

Star Horn Royal Club has more Worlds experience than most World Champions. Two appearances and two 2nd place finishes gives the organization 29 total games played in the World Championship Series. Royal Club's experience is primarily in the bracket stage of the tournament, where they have played a record setting 23 bracket stage games.

Samsung Galaxy White and OMG round out the top five of this list with 26 and 24 games played respectively. Samsung has more games played in the bracket stage than the group stage because of the 2014 Championship run, their first appearance at worlds only netted the team 5 group stage wins, which wasn't enough to qualify for the bracket stage. OMG made the bracket stage in each of their appearances where they lost to Royal Club in 2013 (Watch Game 1 and Game 2) and Star Horn Royal Club in 2014 (Watch Game 1, 2, 3, 4, 5).


Best Win Percentage by a Team at Worlds

Rank

Team

Group Record

Bracket Record

Win Percentage

1 SK Telecom T1 7-1 8-2 83.3%
2 Samsung Galaxy White 11-4 9-2 76.9%
3 Azubu Frost 3-0 5-4 66.6%
4 Fnatic 10-7 11-6 61.8%
5 Samsung Galaxy Blue 5-1 3-4 61.5%

SKT Telecom T1 - Korea

Not surprisingly, SKT Telecom T1 has the best win percentage of any team. This is due to the fact that SKT only has a single appearance to worlds, and during that Season 3 championship run, they only dropped three games throughout the tournament. SKT lost their first game of the tournament early in the group stage to OMG, but went on to finish with a record of 7 - 1. SKT swept the Gamania Bears in the first round of the bracket stage but found a harder opponent in their Korean rivals, NaJin Black Sword (Watch what was probably the actual finals of Season 3 Game 1, 2, 3, 4, 5). After a close 3 - 2 series victory, SKT took on and defeated Royal Club in a clean 3 - 0 sweep in the Season 3 World Championship Finals. SKT Telecom T1 failed to qualify for the Season 4 World Championship.

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Fellow Korean super team, Samsung Ozone White holds the second best win percentage at worlds. Samsung has a 76.9% win rate after a whopping 26 games played across two world championships. Another Korean team, Azubu Frost, claims the number three spot even though the team failed to win the championship series of their one and only appearance.

Fnatic's win rate of 61.8% just goes to show that the European squad is no slouch on the world stage. The team's positive win percentage in both the group and bracket stages is mainly due to their dominating performance in Season 3 groups and amazing bracket stage run in Season 1. Fnatic is the only non-Korean team to have a win percentage higher than 60% at worlds.

Samsung Galaxy Blue - Korea

Another Samsung squad claims the final spot on the list of the best win percentages at worlds. Samsung Galaxy Blue managed to have a 61.5% win rate because of their excellent showing in the group stages of Season 4. After going 5 - 1 in groups, Blue won less than half of their bracket stage games. Samsung Blue did defeat Cloud 9 in the 1st round of the bracket stage, but they were swept in the 2nd round by their sister team and eventual champion, Samsung Galaxy White. Although they didn't win it all, Samsung Galaxy Blue can still be proud of their performance at worlds.

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Most Wins by a Team at Worlds

Rank

Team

Group Wins

Bracket Wins

Total Wins

1 Fnatic 11 10 21
2 Samsung Galaxy White 11 9 20
3 Star Horn Royal Club 5 12 17
4 SKT Telecom T1 7 8 15
4 OMG 10 5 15

In addition to Fnatic having the record for the most games played at worlds, they also hold the record for most wins. The majority of these come from their nine wins in the Season 1 World Championship and their seven group stage victories in Season 3. Samsung Galaxy White claims the number two spot for the most wins and would have probably claimed the top spot if they hadn't lost to Gambit Gaming in the group stage tie breaker in Season 3.

Not surprisingly, Star Horn Royal Club makes an appearance on the list at the number three spot. The two time runner-up obtained their place by twice battling through the bracket stage of the World Championship to earn a spot in the tournament finals.

Finally, SKT Telecom T1 and OMG round out the list tied for 4th. Even though both teams have 15 victories, SKT Telecom T1 accomplished this in a single season while OMG acquired their wins between their two trips to worlds.


Most Losses by a Team at Worlds

Rank

Team

Group Losses

Bracket Losses

Total Losses

1 Team SoloMid 9 9 18
2 Fnatic 7 6 13
3 Star Horn Royal Club 1 11 12
4 OMG 4 5 9
5 Cloud 9 3 5 8
5 Minkeski 8 0 8

Team SoloMid holds the honor of having the most losses of any team at worlds. This is mainly due to the fact that TSM has never missed a Championship. But those four appearances netted the team 18 losses and a 40% win rate on the world stage. Fnatic has the second most losses of any team at worlds coming in five losses short of TSM's total. Fnatic's losses are split almost evenly among the group and bracket stages with seven and six losses respectively. The Season 1 World Champion's overall record of 21- 13 lets them feel alright about being included on this list.

The two Chinese powerhouses, Star Horn Royal Club and OMG, comprise 3rd and 4th place on the list respectively. Royal Club has the most losses of any team in the bracket stages of the tournament but this is to be expected of a team that finished in 2nd place twice. OMG's losses were earned through their two very respectable tournament runs that were both ended by Royal Club.

Rounding out the list with eight losses a piece are Cloud 9 and Mineski. Cloud 9's slightly underwhelming performances in Season 2 and Season 3 secured the North American squad's place in the record books.

Mineski - Southeast Asia

Mineski... poor, poor Mineski. The Season 3 Southeast Asia Champions are the only team on this list to not have multiple appearances to worlds. Mineski had a long road to get to worlds including a time where they were technically knocked out of contention. Mineski was defeated by Exile in the finals of the Season 3 Philippines Qualifier, but because of visa issues, Exile was unable to fly to Vietnam for the tournament that would ultimately determine which team from Southeast Asia would attend worlds. Mineski would take Exile's spot in the Season 3 Southeast Asia Regional Finals, and go on to earn their spot at worlds by defeating the champions of five other leagues from around the region. The team quickly became fan favorites during the group stage of the tournament, but despite a strong effort, they were unable win a single game going 0 - 8. Watch the final game that Mineski plays at worlds for some good fun.

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Least Games Played by a Team at Worlds

Rank

Team

Group Games

Bracket Games

Total Games

1 Gamania Bears 0 2 2
2 Team Pacific 3 0 3
2 Saigon Jokers 3 0 3
2 XAN 3 0 3
2 Team Dignitas 3 0 3

Gamania Bears - Taiwan

The Gamania Bears qualified for the Season 3 World Championship by placing 1st in the Season 3 Taiwan Regional Finals. That 1st place finish earned the team a bye to bracket stage, yet this would probably be their undoing. After no warm up games in the group stage, the Gamania Bears faced the already battle tested SKT Telecom T1 squad in the first round. The Bears were swept in a three game series by the eventual tournament champions. After the tournament, the Gamania Bears disbanded.

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Team Pacific - Philippines

Team Pacific represented the Philippines Region in the 1st League of Legends World Championship. The team qualified for the tournament after winning the Filipino Qualifier earlier in the year. Team Pacific lost all of their games in the group stage of the tournament and left the world stage with a 0 - 3 record. The team disbanded the following year.

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Saigon Jokers - Vietnam

The Saigon Jokers represented the Southeast Asia region in the Season 2 World Championship. The Jokers defeated four other teams in the Season 2 Regional Qualifiers in Da Nang to earn their spot at worlds. Even though the Saigon Jokers are tied 2nd in the least games played, they did manage to defeat the North American Team Dgnitas in the group stage of the tournament. After their appearance at worlds, the Saigon Jokers have played in qualifiers but never again reached the world stage.

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XAN - Singapore

XAN earned their spot at the Season 1 World Championship by placing 1st in the 32 team open bracket Singaporean Qualifier. XAN was knocked out of the tournament after going 1 - 2 in the group stage. XAN's one victory was against Team SoloMid (You can watch a clip of that performance here). One notable thing to mention about the team is the blatant sponsorship in Radeon6870's name.

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Team Dignitas - North America

Team Dgnitas is the only team on this list that qualified from a major region. The North American squad qualified for the Season 2 World Championship by placing 2nd in the Season 2 North American Regional Finals. Dgnitas' poor showing in the group stage of the tournament earned them a 0 - 3 record and a one way ticket home. Dgnitas made the NA LCS playoffs in the following two seasons but failed to place higher than 4th and therefore didn't qualify for worlds.

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Most Money Earned by a Team at Worlds

Rank

Team

Earnings

1 Samsung Galaxy White $1,045,000
2 Taipei Assassins $1,025,000
3 SKT Telecom T1 $1,000,000
4 Star Horn Royal Club $500,000
5 Azubu Frost $250,000
6 Fnatic $235,000
7 Gambit Gaming $225,000
7 NaJin Black Sword $225,000
7 OMG $225,000
10 Team SoloMid $190,000

When it's all said and done, money talks and it tells a story about the top earning teams from the League of Legends Championship Series. Samsung Galaxy White tops the chart due to their 1st place finish in 2014, earning them $1,000,000 and their 9th/10th place finish the previous year, worth $45,000. Not surprisingly, all three of the the top teams are World Champions, but the fourth World Champion, Fnatic, has a quarter of the earnings of the other three. This is because Fnatic's tournament victory only netted the organization $50,000, while Samsung Galaxy White, Taipei Assassins, and SKT Telecom T1 all earned $1,000,000 for their victories.

Star Horn Royal Club comes in at number four on the list of top earners with back to back second place finishes netting them $500,000 between both the 2013 and 2014 World Championships. Azubu Frost also earned a second place finish and $250,000 from their one and only appearance at worlds in the Season 2 Championship.

Fnatic finally pops up at 6th on the list with a total $235,000 in earnings from their three appearances. Gambit Gaming, NaJin Black Sword and OMG are all tied for 7th in the most money earned by a team category. All three teams have earned a respectable $225,000 from two tournament appearances.

And finally, despite never really having that impressive of a showing at worlds, TSM ranks 10th among the World Championships highest earning teams. Team SoloMid has raked in $190,000 from their four appearances on the world stage.

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