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The tournament was hosted by Riot Games and aired on Twitch, YouTube, and the League of Legends website. The tournament began on April 5 and concluded on April 19. It took place in Burbank, California and Long Beach, California at the beginning of 2021 and was the third and final international League of Legends Championship Series tournament for 2021. The League of Legends Championship Series Mid-Season Invitational 2021 (also known as League of Legends Championship Series - MSI 2021) is a tournament of the 2021 League of Legends Season. A number of international teams travelled to the U.S. for the tournament, including top teams South Korea, China, and Taiwan, as well as second-tier teams in Europe, Southeast Asia, and North America.

The four qualified teams per region were determined by ranking the teams from each region based on the results of the previous split, with teams with the highest record receiving a higher placement. After the four invitations were announced, the bottom eight teams from the regular Season standings of the North America, Europe, and South Korea regions of the 2021 League of Legends World Championship, along with the bottom four teams from the Chinese and Taiwanese regions of the 2020 League of Legends World Championship qualified for the tournament. Rules and format
A total of 24 teams were invited to the Mid-Season Invitational, the top four teams from each region as well as the teams finishing first and second in the League of Legends Championship Series standings. Teams also had to be qualified to participate in the upcoming 2021 League of Legends Championship Series playoffs.

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The top two teams from the North America, Europe, and South Korea regions qualified for the World Championship, while the top four teams in China and Taiwan regions received invitations to the 2020 Mid-Season Invitational. This was the first time that League of Legends had included the Taiwan region since 2016. Each of the invited regions' top four teams received a bonus pool equal to half of their region's total.

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In fact, this is the first time that a new member will be joining QG Reapers. However, even though the series may be quite tough, QG Reapers are undoubtedly the favorites. Last but not least, we have QG Reapers against Royal Never Give Up. This is the first time that these two teams are facing off against each other. This is a crucial series for both these teams as Royal Never Give Up is already looking towards the next LPL Split.

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