The Game Haus
League of Legends

The 2020 Worlds Song is named Take Over

[Checkout the New Worlds Song HERE]

After a long wait, the 2020 Worlds song has been revealed. It is named Take Over and will be released soon as well. This comes just about a week after the 2020 Worlds Orchestral song was revealed. Fans are able to pre-save the song on select music streaming platforms now.

For those who are unaware, there is always a song that represents Worlds. Normally the team chooses a storyline and runs with that. Also, they have had major artists do the songs in the past such as Imagine Dragons for the 2014 theme, Warriors.

Along with the song generally being very popular, the animation on it is normally extremely well-done as well. Most of the time it depicts not only some of the players who will be participating but also some of their best champions or champions that are currently in the meta. This allows for the song to show multiple levels of artistry for the Riot Games teams.

With the Worlds Play-Ins and Group draws just finishing up, teams will have a little over a week before the first games begin. Make sure to watch Play-Ins as they start on September 25.

Stay Connected

You can ‘Like’ The Game Haus on Facebook and ‘Follow’ us on Twitter for more sports and esports articles from other great TGH writers along with Robert!

“From Our Haus to Yours”

Related posts

Faith and Friendship – A Pre-Worlds look at CLG

The Game Haus Staff

An Immortal Fallacy: Why IMT isn’t ready for Worlds

The Game Haus Staff

What EDG’s Loss Means for Group C

The Game Haus Staff


When does the Worlds 2020 Song Come Out? September 16, 2020 at 11:51 am

[…] The 2020 Worlds Song is named Take… […]

Take Over is Out and Ready To Hype Fans for Worlds September 17, 2020 at 11:05 am

[…] teasing that the new Worlds song, Take Over was coming in 24 hours from their original tweet, Riot Games has finally released the new song. To […]


Thanks for reading! Let us know what your thoughts are on the article!

Share This
%d bloggers like this: