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League Of Legends Worlds 2019 final beats Fortnite to break Twitch record with 1.7 million viewers

League Of Legends Worlds 2019 – the final total should be well over 100 million viewers
Chinese team G2 Esports has romped home to a 3-0 win in the League Of Legends 2019 final, as it breaks concurrent viewer records on Twitch.
Worlds is the culmination of the League Of Legends season and is arguably the most prestigious tournament in esports, achieving nearly 100 million viewers for last year’s final in South Korea.
The final total for this year’s tournament isn’t yet known but it has already broken the concurrent viewer record on Twitch, passing the 1.6 million record set by the Fortnite Black Hole event with almost 1.75 million people watching at once.
This year’s final took place in the AccorHotels Arena in Paris on Sunday, 10 November, but despite having the European home crowd on their side, G2 couldn’t gain footing against their Chinese competitors, losing out in a clean 3-0 sweep.

FunPlus Phoenix is your League of Legends 2019 World Champion! #Phoenixfly #Worlds2019 #FPX #FPXWIN #LPLWIN pic.twitter.com/3qdMHKCRqp
— FunPlus PhoeniX (@FPX_Esports) November 10, 2019

The comfortable win for FunPlus Phoenix proved disappointing for many, who were hoping G2 could secure a European team win in the final for the first time since 2011.
It was especially disappointing for G2 player Rasmus ‘Caps’ Winther, 19, who made it to last year’s final with Fnatic but similarly fell at the last hurdle to China’s Invictus Gaming.
Teams competed for a prize pool of at least $2.2 million (£1.7m), which is set to grow even larger from additional funding through sales of special in-game items purchased by fans during the tournament. Organisers are hoping to break last year’s total prize pool record of $6.5 million (£5m).
FunPlus Phoenix are a relatively new team formed in 2017, who have never made it to the finals stage before. Their victory marks the second win for China’s League Of Legends Pro League (LPL), after Invictus Gaming bagged the title last year.

RAISE THAT TROPHY, @FPX_Esports ! #Worlds2019 pic.twitter.com/D0psM2X2aL
— lolesports (@lolesports) November 10, 2019

Following the match Gao ‘Tian’ Tian-Liang was awarded the MVP award, while Lin ‘LWX’ Wei-Xiang threw some trash talk at G2 for ‘not playing well’ during his victory speech.
Speaking in a post-match conference, however, LWX explained how it was in response to past comments from G2 themselves.
‘At the moment I just wanted to trash talk them because before the game they said they would 3-0 us,’ LWX said. ‘But I think we defeated them because we had a better draft phase and also our level one designs were better, so that’s why it felt like a pretty easy win.’
The line-up for FunPlus Phoenix might be making some major changes in the future, with star player Kim ‘Doinb’ Tae-sang, 22 teasing it could be ‘his last game’ and warning fans to look out for an imminent livestream to reveal his future plans.

Congratulations again to @FPX_Esports on winning the 2019 World Championship and thank you to Paris

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