MSI 2023 stage with Cloud9 and Gen.G players taking their places.
Photo by Colin Young-Wolff via Riot Games

MSI 2024: Full schedule and matchups

Two weeks of intense LoL action.

The 2024 League of Legends Mid-Season Invitational is one of the most exciting tournaments of the year, where fans can finally watch some of the best teams in a jam-packed schedule filled with top-tier gameplay and exciting moments galore.

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The tournament will run from Wednesday, May 5, to Sunday, May 19, and it will consist of the play-in stage and the bracket stage. In the play-in stage, eight teams from around the world will compete in the first cross-regional League matches of the year in a furious double-elimination format to decide which teams will advance to the main event.

In the bracket stage, the four major region champions will meet the best of the play-ins in another double-elimination table with best-of-five action until a winner is finally crowned on Finals day on May 19. It will be a hectic two weeks for teams and supporters alike as each squad scrambles to build momentum for their chances at a trophy.

MSI 2024: Full schedule and matchups

League of Legends fans take in the 2019 Mid-Season Invitational in Vietnam, 2019
Fans are eagerly awaiting the competition. Photo by David Lee via Riot Games

Bracket stage week one matchups

Tuesday, May 7 – Bracket – Day one

  • 3am CT: Team Liquid vs. Top Esports

Wednesday, May 8 – Bracket – Day two

  • 3am CT: Gen.G vs. Fnatic

Thursday, May 9 – Bracket – Day three

  • 3am CT: Bilibili Gaming vs. PSG Talon

Friday, May 10 – Bracket – Day four

  • 3am CT: G2 vs. T1
  • 11pm CT: Fnatic vs. Team Liquid

Saturday, May 11 – Bracket – Day five

  • 3am CT: Gen.G vs. Top Esports
  • 11pm CT: G2 vs. PSG Talon

Sunday, May 12 – Bracket – Day six

  • 3am: T1 vs. Bilibili Gaming

Bracket stage week two matchups

Tuesday, May 14 – Bracket – Day seven

  • 3am: G2 vs. Top Esports

Wednesday, May 15 – Bracket – Day eight

  • 3am: T1 vs. Team Liquid

Thursday, May 16 – Bracket – Day nine

  • 3am: Bilibili Gaming vs. Gen.G

Friday, May 17 – Bracket – Day 10

  • 3am: G2 vs. T1

Saturday, May 18 – Bracket – Day 11

  • 3am: Bilibili vs. T1

Sunday, May 19 – Finals

  • 3am: Gen.G vs. Bilibili

Play-in stage matchups

Wednesday, May 1 – Play-in – Day one

  • 3am CT: FlyQuest vs. PSG Talon
  • 6am CT: T1 vs. Estral Esports

Thursday, May 2 – Play-in – Day two

  • 3am CT: Fnatic vs. GAM Esports
  • 6am CT: Top Esports vs. LOUD

Friday, May 3 – Play-in – Day three

  • 3am CT: T1 vs. FlyQuest
  • 6am CT: Fnatic vs. Top Esports

Saturday, May 4 – Play-in – Day four

  • 3am CT: Estral Esports vs. PSG Talon
  • 6am CT: GAM Esports vs. LOUD

Sunday, May 5 – Play-in – Day five

  • FlyQuest vs. PSG Talon
  • Fnatic vs. GAM Esports

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