The League of Legends’ Championship 2021 will take place in Shenzhen on November 6th


The riot games have managed to hold the League League Society of last year in person despite the pandemic of Covid-19 and gives competition face to face another trial as viruses (hopefully) . The developer announced that the 2021 World Championship will be held in Shenzhen, China on November 6th. There was no mention of security measures (more details on events arrive at “subsequent dates”), but Riot was eager to find the capacity of 60,334 people at the Sports Universiade Sports Center.

The 2020 competition in Shanghai looked at a “isolation bubble” to protect the health of competitors. Although the event is widely planned, two Vietnamese teams could not attend. It also replaces players who could not compete due to displacement problems related to the pandemic.

The second tourney of the Riot pandemic pandemic reflects both the relative security of the finals 2020 as well as the confidence that public security conditions have improved enough to make an event of 2021 more practical.

The decision also reflects a comprehensive renaissance of competition in people in person in 2021. While Riot has never really ceased to gather physical gatherings, its decision to hold the World Championship in Shenzhen is more and more convinced that The vaccinations will allow them to leave virtual tournaments. Do not be surprised if the announcement of the riot spares other leagues to resume in the gameplay in the flesh, even if they require in-depth security measures.

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