Marta J. November 5, 2019
From over four million players that participated in Worlds Pick’ems, there are only three left that still have a chance for a perfect score. With their final picks different, it’s now assured that at least one player will grab the Worlds 2019 perfect pick cache.
Over a month after the first League of Legends 2019 Worlds Championship match was played, the tournament is finally coming close to an end. Only the finals are left to be played, and G2 Esports will be clashing against FunPlus Phoenix for the world championship crown.
Remaining Pick’ems favor G2 as World Champion
LoLEsports Stats shared on Twitter two out of the three remaining players with the perfect Pick’ems score so far have predicted G2 to win the finals. One picked FPX.
Unlike last year when out of three million players no one reached the maximum possible points, this year’s picks are sure to give us a winner. Whether the two that picked G2 or the one that picked FPX will be awarded the perfect pick cache remains to be seen after the final games are played this weekend. The cache includes five ultimate skins for in-game use in League of Legends.
The predictions of the three players that are still standing have earned them 104 points thus far. The 20 more they need for a maximum of 124 points will be given based on a correct finals prediction.
Overall, Pick’em predictions didn’t go well for most of the players. The majority sit low on the leaderboard, where they earned up to 30 points. Closer to the top are five more players with 99 points, but even these players are far from the perfect run.
G2 and FPX to meet in 2019 World Championship finals
European and Chinese fans alike are excited for the upcoming finals. With a massive support from the local European audience, G2 will be looking to take the trophy playing on home soil. But FPX isn’t planning to back down either, as they want to prove China to be the best League of Legends region for another consecutive year.
The finals will be played on November 10 at the AccorHotels Arena in Paris.