League of Legends: RNG becomes the champion of 2021 Mid Season Invitational

RNG becomes the champion of 2021 Mid Season Invitational
RNG becomes the champion of 2021 Mid Season Invitational

League of Legends: RNG becomes the champion of MSI 2021: Chinese League winners, Royale Never Give Up defeated the Damwon Gaming (DWG KIA) at the grand finals of League of Legends Mid Season Invitational 2021. In the best of five games in the Grand Finals, RNG emerged as the champion of the event by defeating 2020 World Champions, ‘Damwon Gaming’. With this win, RNG has won $75,000 USD as the winner’s prize money.

Mid Season Invitational is one of the biggest League of Legends Tournaments where top teams around the world participate in the event. Total 12 teams from the regional competition of League of Legends got invited to the event where due to travel restrictions, Vietnamese team GAM Esports couldn’t participate.

In the 19 days long League of Legends competition, teams had participated in the Group Stage, Rumble Stage and Knockout Stage. Royale Never Give Up and DAMWON Gaming has outlasted the best teams from the other 9 regions and qualified for the Grand Finals.

2021 Mid Season Invitational: Results

  • First Place – Royal Never Give Up
  • Second Place – DAMWON Gaming
  • Third -Fourth Place – MAD Lions
  • Third -Fourth Place – PSG Talon
  • Fifth Place – Cloud9
  • Sixth Place – Pentanet.GG
  • Seventh -Ninth Place – Unicorns Of Love
  • Seventh -Ninth Place – paiN Gaming
  • Seventh – Ninth Place – DetonatioN FocusMe
  • Tenth – Eleventh Place – İstanbul Wildcats
  • Tenth -Eleventh Place – Infinity Esports

RNG becomes the champion of MSI 2021: With this win, Royal Never Give Up has won 30% of the total prize pool which is USD $250,000. Chen “GALA” Wei has won the MVP award of the event. This is the second time when RNG won the Mid Season Invitational event as an organization. They have won their first MSI in 2018 when it had taken place in Paris, France.

Meanwhile, DAMWON Gaming takes home $50,000 USD for finishing at second position at the event. DAMWON Gaming is looking ahead to defend its throne in this year’s League of Legends World Championship which will take place in Shenzhen, China in November 2021.

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