Week 1 of the League of Legends World Championship in Paris saw plenty of upsets, setting the stage for more excellent action over the next four days as Week 2 of the Group Stage begins.
For the Win offers a good round up of where things stand and where to watch the matches: “All games will be broadcast live online on Twitch.tv, YouTube and lolesports.com.”
Also, if you need to explain the importance/meaning of this competition to a friend/sibling/parent who just doesn’t yet understand what it’s all about, Kotaku helpfully explains “Everything You Need To Know About The League of Legends World Championships.”
If you don’t like that version, The Score also offers an explainer headlined “Everything you need to know about the 2015 World Championship.”
Here are the current standings from the LOL site: