The Fight for the League of Legends S8 World Championship 2018 has Begun

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Coingame, the popular online prediction platform, has announced that predictions are ongoing for the League of Legends S8 World Championship. Organized by Riot Games, the S8 World Championship brings together the best League of Legends teams in the world to fight it out for the Summoner’s Cup, concluding the 2018 season. Over the years, the game has grown in popularity and has an expansive fanbase. It is one of the most played games worldwide. 

The World Championship kicks off on October 1st and will run through to early November. It will be held entirely in South Korea – Play-in will be in Seoul, Group stage and Quarterfinals will be played in Busan, Semifinals in Gwangju, and Finals in Incheon. A total of 24 teams from various leagues will be looking to grab a spot at the biggest eSports event of the year by fighting it out in their home ground before qualifying for the championship. Coingame offers two prediction options – you can make your predictions on the winning team as well as the region that you think has the best shot at the cup.   

Of note, League of Legends Champions Korea (LCK) is the undisputed king of all eSports in Asia and the strongest League of Legends Championship in the world. Interestingly, the World Championship has been won exclusively by teams from the LCK since 2013

Coingame leverages smart contracts and blockchain technology to create a secure prediction platform, which currently offers international sports, eSports, and other prediction options. The Coingame team is active across all social media channels, and you can follow them on Twitter, Reddit, Facebook, and Telegram.