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Worlds 2024: The LoL grand final is coming to the O2 Arena in London!

 It's official! The League of Legends Worlds 2024 final will take place at the O2 arena in London! We'll give you all the details!

Dear League of Legends enthusiasts , get ready for a historic event! The pinnacle of the 2024 LoL Esports season, the Worlds Final, will take place on November 2, 2024 in the United Kingdom, at the extraordinary O2 arena in London.

After the resounding success of the MSI 2023 tournament in London, which saw a spectacular 58% increase in attendance compared to 2022. And after a very good edition of the Worlds in South Korea in 2023 which ended with a spectacular final between T1 and Weibo , next year, the meeting is in London for the final!

The LoL World Cup 2024 final will be held at the O2 arena in London

The O2 arena, the second largest venue in the UK, has been the scene of many memorable events, from concerts by Adèle, Beyoncé, and U2 to major sporting events such as NBA matches and the final of the ATP tennis season. With its imposing dome and its symbolic place in the London landscape, the O2 arena is the ideal location to host an event of the stature of the LoL Worlds.

The last time the UK played a major role in LoL Esports history was in 2015, when it hosted the World quarter-finals at the SSE Arena, Wembley, now renamed OVO Arena Wembley. The enthusiasm for the return of an event of this magnitude is palpable.

For all fans wishing to experience this historic event, details on when tickets will go on sale for the final will be announced later in 2024. Stay tuned for future announcements for other dates, cities, and venues that will host the World Cup 2024. To stay informed, follow @lolesports with the hashtag #Worlds2024 and visit

The LoL World Cup 2024 final will be held at the O2 arena in London

Some key information on the O2 Arena...

The O2 Arena in London is an iconic, multi-functional venue located in the center of the Greenwich Peninsula entertainment district. Opened in its current form in 2007, the O2 Arena is the second largest indoor venue in the UK, second only to the Manchester Arena. In 2008, it was the busiest music arena in the world.

Nicknamed The Dome due to the domed structure under which it was built for the Millennium Exhibition, the O2 Arena is a true architectural gem. With a diameter of 365 meters and a height of 52 meters, it is one of the largest buildings in the world in terms of volume. Sponsored by O2, a subsidiary of Virgin Media O2, the arena has hosted major events and performances from renowned artists.

The O2 Arena has seen legends such as Prince, who performed a series of 21 sold-out concerts there in 2007. Michael Jackson had also planned a 50-show residency in 2009, which was canceled following his death. Since 2013, it has hosted C2C: Country to Country, Europe's largest country music festival. Major sporting events, such as the ATP World Tour Finals and major boxing matches, have also taken place in this arena.

The O2 Arena has also been the scene of historic moments, such as JoJo Siwa's concert in 2019, making her the youngest artist to perform there, or the Shields versus Marshall boxing match, the first boxing event female headliner at a major venue in the UK.

The choice of the O2 arena for the LoL Worlds 2024 final is another step towards excellence and expanding the influence of LoL Esports on the international scene. With its world-class facilities and rich history of major events, London is gearing up to welcome the crème de la crème of the League of Legends world. It will be an unforgettable moment for players, fans and all those who passionately follow the world of gaming.