The votes are in and the 2016 League of Legends All-Star rosters have been decided.
These rosters, decided by fan vote, will travel to sunny Barcelona, Spain for the fourth instalment of the annual All-Star event which is scheduled to run form Dec. 8-11.
Lee "Faker" Sang-hyeok earned the highest percentage of votes of any player, as the mid laner garnered 82.6 percent of the vote for players at his position in the LCK. For the NA LCS, mid laner Søren "Bjergsen" Bjerg earned 66 percent of the mid lane vote while support Zaqueri "Aphromoo" Black received 55.3 percent of the support vote.
Things were closer in Europe, where the single most popular player was Martin "Rekkles" Larsson, who received 43.1 percent of the votes for EU AD carries. Bora "YellOwStaR" Kim won the support race with 34.7 percent, but declined his invite to the event.
Paul "sOAZ" Boyer was the player with the lowest vote share to win the race for their position on an All-Star team, winning the highly-competitive race for Europe's top laner with 23.3 percent of votes cast.
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Three regional teams apiece will also be separated into two rosters called Team Fire and Team Ice. Those teams will be used to determine the overall winner of the 5v5, 1v1 and Fun Matches events.
The LCK, NA LCS and IWC teams will play for Fire, while the EU LCS, LPL and LMS rosters will take to the Rift for Team Ice.
Though the International Wild Card team has yet to be decided, here are the squads for North America, Korea, China, Europe and Taiwan.
- Impact (Top, Cloud9, 41.7%)
- Reignover (Jungler, Immortals, 36%)
- Bjergsen (Mid, Team SoloMid, 66%)
- Doublelift (AD Carry, Team SoloMid, 35%)
- Aphromoo (Support, Counter Logic Gaming, 55.3%)
- Smeb (Top, ROX Tigers, 56.5%)
- Bengi (Jungler, SK Telecom T1, 46.3%)
- Faker (Mid, SK Telecom T1, 82.6%)
- PraY (AD Carry, ROX Tigers, 51.9%)
- MadLife (Support, CJ Entus, 47.4%)
- Mouse (Top, EDward Gaming, 24.3%)
- Clearlove (Jungler, EDward Gaming, 49.6%)
- We1less (Mid, LGD Gaming, 27.4%)
- Uzi (AD Carry, Royal Never Give Up, 51%)
- Mata (Support, Royal Never Give Up, 34.5%)
- sOAZ (Top, Origen, 23.3%)
- Jankos (Jungler, H2k-Gaming, 38.3%)
- xPeke (Mid, Origen, 35.2%)
- Rekkles (AD Carry, Fnatic, 43.1%)
- Mithy (Support, G2 Esports, 18.1% — YellOwStaR declined his invite with 34.7% of the vote)
- Ziv (Top, Ahq e-Sports Club. 66.1%)
- Karsa (Jungler, Flash Wolves, 49%)
- Maple (Mid, Flash Wolves, 48.6%)
- Bebe (AD Carry, J Team, 56.1%)
- Albis (Support, Ahq e-Sports Club, 43.4%)
Josh "Gauntlet" Bury is a news editor for theScore esports. You can find him on Twitter.