Again, the League of Legends World Championship 2021 will feature top teams from around the world competing for the Summoner's Cup and bringing fame to their homeland as the world's champions.
The Worlds 2021 Grand Final will be held at the Universal Sports Center on November 6 in the vibrant city of Shenzhen, the center of China's innovation and technology.
The stadium has a capacity of 60,334 and is the home of the Shenzhen F.C. team, the Chinese professional football team that has participated in the Chinese Super League, and it was also the venue for the 26th Summer Universiade in 2011.
Which is a wide variety of university-level joker game athletic events Including sporting events and music concerts by various artists such as Jay Show and Zhang Xia You.
Shenzhen is a city in China and is the fifth largest financial center in Asia Pacific. It is known to stand out in four major areas: technology, finance, transport and culture. Ranked as a global city not defeated by Guangzhou, Stockholm and San Francisco.
Combined with architecture and prismatic design, Shenzhen Silicon Valley combines modernity and environmental protection.
Which will provide a world-class esports tournament experience like never before in history as well.
“We are very excited to push the boundaries of entertainment and sports this year, together with Worlds 2021 and setting out how LoL's esports will take place over the next 10 years,” said John Needham, Global Head of Esports of Esports. Said Riot Games.
“Shenzhen is China's premier city, filled with competition and innovation from thousands of high-tech start-ups. And continue to seek new entrepreneurs all the time
This gives us the impression that this is the right place to host our finals. "
The Universal Sports Center in Shenzhen has joined as the venue for the most memorable events in the past, such as the 2020 Shanghai Stadium last year. Then the Accor Hotel field Arena in Paris France (2019) Incheon Moonhug Stadium in Incheon South Korea (2018), Beijing National Stadium, Beijing, China (2017), Madison Square Garden in New York (2016) and The Seoul World Cup Stadium in Seoul, South Korea ( 2014)
Memories of League of Legends World Championship 2020 can be viewed below.