The host regions for the League of Legends Worlds tournaments taking place in 2019, 2020 and 2021 have been confirmed in an official blog post this afternoon.
Worlds 2019 will be held in Europe, with the finals taking place at the AccorHotels Arena in Paris, France. This marks the tournament's first return to Europe in nearly four years, and further details about 2019's competition are expected to be announced shortly.
From Europe, Worlds heads to China in 2020. This will be a relatively recent return of Worlds China, following the country's hosting of the tournament in 2017. It'll also be the tenth annual Worlds in total, so expect a blow-out celebration when that one rolls around.
We're proud to announce the host regions for Worlds 2019, 2020, and 2021!#Worlds2019: Europe#Worlds2020: China#Worlds2021: North America Read more here: https://t.co/TlNRTEJE6r pic.twitter.com/QgtT63cYNMlolesports (@lolesports) 1 November 2018
Finally, Worlds will return to North America in 2021. The region's hosted three of the eight Worlds events that have taken place so far.
What about Worlds 2018 though? Well, we're only a couple of days away now from the grand final that will see Fnatic and Invictus Gaming competing to take home this year's trophy.
Check out our Worlds 2018 Final schedule and stream page for more detail on how to tune in, and to find out start times in your local timezone.