In December there is always a competition played by the best teams from the South Korean LCK and, although it is one less tournament, it does have some importance in the Asian country.
Especially in a year that many teams have changed such as DAMWON Gaming, current world champion, T1 or DRX, and it is always good how the new rosters of one of the best leagues on the planet begin to carburet .
The KeSPA Cup is back in 2020 , and as always, it will be played on Christmas dates. Specifically, from December 21 to January 2 , and will determine the last South Korean champion of the year.
[Official] The ten LCK teams will be participating in the 2020 KeSPA Cup ULSAN.- @DamwonGaming – @DRXGlobal– @GenG– @Freecs_LoL – @T1LoL – @KTRolster_tw – @SBGaming_KOR – @TeamDynamicsLoL– @HLEofficial – hyFresh Blade pic.twitter.com/Usxk3IiEmQ
– Korizon (@KorizonEsports) December 3, 2020
The championship will feature the best players in the region, who will fight to lift the cup with a group and playoff format . The operation of the KeSPA Cup 2020 will be as follows:
- 10 teams divided into 2 groups.
- The 4th / 5th of each group are eliminated.
- Los 1º de cada grupo pasan a semifinales.
- Los 3º y 4º de cada grupo jugarán los caurtos de final entre ellos.
La competición arrancará con su fase de grupos el 21 de diciembre, que se alargará hasta el día 24. El 25 de diciembre se disputarán los cuartos de final; las semifinales, el 26 y 27 de diciembre y la gran final el 2 de enero.
– Group Stage: December 21 ~ December 24 (Online)- Round of 6: December 25- Semifinals: December 26 ~ December 27- Finals: January 2
— Korizon (@KorizonEsports) December 3, 2020
- Afreeca Freecs
- DAMWON Gaming
- Hanwha Life
- hyFresh Blade
- KT Rolster
- SANDBOX Gaming
- Team Dynamics
The KeSPA Cup 2020 can be seen live on the brand’s official YouTube channel , and it is not yet known whether it will be broadcast in English or broadcast exclusively in Korean.