2022 Worlds Champions Queue has launched, who is on top of the leaderboards?

1Play LOL News
Sep 29

The 2022 League of Legends World Championship is just around the corner. 24 of the best teams in the world will battle it out for a chance at lifting the new summoners cup. While fans eagerly await esports biggest event of the year, players from across the globe have been getting their hands into North America’s Worlds Champions Queue.

Champions Queue was introduced at the start of 2022 to provide a better practice environment for North American players outside of the traditional solo queue. CQ provides a low ping 5v5 experience that is exclusive to professional LCS players, academy players, collegiate amateur players and selected high elo players who want to show off their skills against the region’s best.

One of the great addition to this year’s World Championship is combining the successful Champions Queue solo queue experience and integrating the best players from across the globe into that ecosystem. With Eastern players having a torrid time with Western Soloque over the years, having Champions Queue should provide a better quality of life experience for travelling players.

Fans have already been treated to a fun mixture of Eastern players and Western players. Earlier this morning, fans got to see three DRX players, including Deft go up against LCS players Dhokla and CoreJJ. LCS caster CaptainFlowers has been casting the games on his stream in Spectator mode.

The Champions Queue top ten players will be updated daily as more games are played.

Stay tuned to Esports.gg for the latest League of Legends news and updates.

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