The first team from the four major leagues has failed to qualify for the World Championship. It’s Europe’s Astralis.

Astralis finished the 2023 League of Legends EMEA Championship (LEC) Summer Regular Season in ninth place at the LEC Studios in Europe on Wednesday. Eight of the 10 teams advance to the Group Stage, but Astralis’ ninth-place finish did not qualify them for the Group Stage. Furthermore, the team did not have enough points from the previous Spring and Winter seasons to qualify for the Grand Finals, which determines who advances to the Rold Cup. Astralis now have no matches left until the end of the World Championship, effectively ending their season 먹튀검증.

After finishing the previous Winter and Spring seasons in sixth and fifth place, respectively, Astralis finished the Summer with a dismal record of three wins and six losses. In the three-week, single-elimination LEC Summer League, the team was unable to rebound in Weeks 1 through 3, posting just one win and two losses.

Astralis, meanwhile, features Korean supporter Lee “Jung-hoon” Jung-hoon. A former member of the OK Savings Bank Brion (then Brion) Challengers, Jung-hoon first stepped onto the European stage when he signed with Astralis in 2022. Last year, he was named LEC Rookie of the Split, but this year he was swept up in the team’s struggles and ended his season early.

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