MSI 2022: T1 now locked for Rumble Stage as final seed fight continues
League of Legends’ Mid-Season Invitational (MSI) is back for 2022. The first of two international events in League’s competition calendar will give fans a chance to see how each region shapes up before the World Championship. Here’s how you can watch MSI 2022, along with all the teams who have qualified so far.
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