KeSPA Cup 2021 returns to offline mode, there will be more LCK teams

The Korean E-Sports Association has revealed that the 2021 KeSPA Cup will feature other Asian members. League of Legends teams outside of the pro teams from the LCK.

KeSPA announced date, team and format of its annual competition today. The event will be held from December 10 to 12 with the possibility that teams from Korea will compete directly in Ulsan.

A total of 16 teams will participate in the event: nine from the LCK, three from the LCK Academy Series, and four more from Asia. Gen.G, DRX and former world champion DWG KIA are among the teams from the LCK that will be participating in the tournament.

The first two rounds of the competition will be played in a best-of-three format, while the semi-finals and final will be the first-of-five matches.

For this year’s competition, the KeSPA Cup is the third year in a row co-hosting the event with the City of Ulsan. But the offline portion of the competition will be held for the first time in two years.

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