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LCS Playoff Bracket Breakdown- What each team needs to go to finals or worlds

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I've seen a lot of people misunderstand what each team needs to do to get to finals/worlds at this point, so now that TL selected their match for next week I thought I would do a quick breakdown.

TL- Worlds – One win and in. If they win their next match vs. GGs, the worst they can finish is 3rd place. Finals– Two wins. They must beat GGs and the winner of FLY/C9 to advance straight to finals. If they beat GGs and lose to FLY/C9, they will play the winner of the losers bracket (match 11) to decide who goes to finals. If they lose vs. GGs, they must win match 7 and match 10 to go to worlds, and again match 11 to go to finals.

GGs- Worlds – One win and in. If they win their next match vs. TL, the worst they can finish is 3rd place. Finals– Two wins. They must beat TL and the winner of FLY/C9 to advance straight to finals. If they beat TL and lose to FLY/C9, they will play the winner of the losers bracket (match 11) to decide who goes to finals. If they lose vs. TL, they must win match 7 and match 10 to go to worlds, and again match 11 to go to finals.

C9- Worlds – One win and in. If they win their next match vs. FLY, the worst they can finish is 3rd place. Finals– Two wins. They must beat FLY and the winner of TL/GGs to advance straight to finals. If they beat FLY and lose to TL/GGs, they will play the winner of the losers bracket (match 11) to decide who goes to finals. If they lose vs. FLY, they must win match 8 and match 10 to go to worlds, and again match 11 to go to finals.

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FLY- Worlds – One win and in. If they win their next match vs. C9, the worst they can finish is 3rd place. Finals– Two wins. They must beat C9 and the winner of TL/GGs to advance straight to finals. If they beat C9 and lose to TL/GGs, they will play the winner of the losers bracket (match 11) to decide who goes to finals. If they lose vs. TL, they must win match 8 and match 10 to go to worlds, and again match 11 to go to finals.

Losers bracket teams- DIG/TSM/100T/EG Worlds– 3 consecutive wins. Trial by fire for these teams, as they are eliminated with any match loss. They must beat each other, the losers from C9/FLY or GGs/TL, and the winners of those two matches then play each other. Any team which can do that, goes to worlds. Finals– all of the above, PLUS winning match 11 versus the "loser"of the winners bracket.

As you can see, the bracket heavily favors those still in the winners bracket, though they have tougher opponents overall than the loser's bracket. By the end of next weekend, we will know 2 of the 3 LCS worlds teams. This format is long and drawn out, but it makes it very hard to "luck into" a worlds spot, unless you're team liquid technically but coming first in regular split is appropriately rewarded imo, and the first overall team is unlikely to be one that needs to luck into a spot anyway

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