Out of the 24 total countries participating in this year's World Cup, only eight of them will be invited to compete on the world cup stage at Blizzcon.

Each team has selected a roster of seven players to play in the qualifiers, but the countries that qualify for the finals will have to select another team of seven to compete. Each team has the option to showcase a different team of seven for Blizzcon, but a change in rosters is not mandated.

The rosters premiering in the United States qualifier (held at the Blizzard Arena in Los Angeles) will be as follows:



  • Felipe "liko" Lebrao (DPS, Brasil Gaming House)
  • Eduardo "dudu" Macedo (DPS, Brasil Gaming House)
  • Mateus "neil" Kröber (Tank, Brasil Gaming House)
  • Maurício "honorato" Honorato (Flex, Brasil Gaming House)
  • Marcello "Wetter" Floriani (Flex, Black Dragons e-Sports)
  • Renan "alemao" Moretto (Support, Brasil Gaming House)
  • Pedro "ole" Orlandini (Support, Black Dragons e-Sports)


  • Lane "Surefour" Roberts (DPS, Los Angeles Gladiators)
  • Brady "Agilities" Girardi (DPS, Los Angeles Valiant)
  • Liam "Mangachu" Campbell (DPS, XL2 Academy)
  • Lucas "NotE" Meissner (Tank, Boston Uprising)
  • Félix xQc Lengyel (Tank)
  • Chris "Bani" Benell (Support, Houston Outlaws)
  • William "Crimzo" Hernandez (Support, Team Envy)


  • Usman "TracK" Mohammad (DPS, Young and Beautiful)
  • Stefan "ONIGOD" Fiskerstrand (DPS, Angry Titans)
  • Erik "Frost" Hinderson Krogsrud (DPS, One.PoinT)
  • "Tricky" (Flex)
  • Jørgen "Decod" Myrlund (Tank, Last Night's Leftovers)
  • Christer "iko" Ringelien (Support)
  • Kha "iPN" Nguyen (Support, Angry Titans)


United States

  • Jay "sinatraa" Won (DPS, San Francisco Shock)
  • João Pedro "Hydration" Goes Telles (DPS, Los Angeles Gladiators)
  • Zachary "ZachaREEE" Lombardo (DPS, Fusion University)
  • Indy "SPACE" Halpern (Flex, Los Angeles Valiant)
  • Austin "Muma" Wilmot (Tank, Houston Outlaws)
  • Grant "Moth" Espe (Support, San Francisco Shock)
  • Shane "Rawkus" Flaherty (Support, Houston Outlaws)