All TFT players competing at the Gizmos and Gadgets World Championship

Players from multiple regions are seeking a World Championship title.

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A total of 32 of the best Teamfight Tactics players from around the globe will compete at the Gizmos and Gadgets Set Six TFT World Championship, featuring a total prize pool of $300,000. 

For the first time in TFT Worlds’ history, the pinnacle tournament will feature a total of 32 players. Players will compete over the course of three days, from April 29 to May 1, with the final day showcasing the top eight in one lobby. Invites to TFT Worlds were earned at Regional Finals, along with additional invites via the Last Chance Qualifier.

Here are the 32 TFT players from around the globe competing at the Gizmos and Gadgets World Championship.

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North America TFT Worlds players

  • Milk
  • TL Goose (GV8)
  • Guubums
  • DQA

EMEA TFT Worlds players

  • KC Double61
  • Voltariux
  • L35 coco
  • AEG Un33d
  • Zbrojson
  • Ging

Oceania TFT Worlds players

  • Knpngrz
  • TXE

Brazil TFT Worlds players

  • Math108xD
  • VC16lf
  • BEE Koala
  • Eusouolucas

LATAM TFT Worlds players

  • Q1G Altenahue
  • Fan The QiQi
  • SimpDeMegumin

Japan TFT Worlds players

  • Title
  • apa09Neo 

China TFT Worlds players

  • CN.Ahao
  • Cn.Liluo
  • CN.Xilige
  • CN.Kuangluan
  • CN.Liuli

Korea TFT Worlds players

  • DH.CNJ Woozzul
  • Dr Oh
  • Bullbo
  • DH.CNJ Ddudu

TFT Worlds Format and schedule

Riot will host the broadcast for the Gizmos and Gadgets World Championship from April 29 to May 1 via Twitch, starting at 4am CT each day. The format for TFT Worlds is fairly straightforward, cutting half the field after games played each day. A total of eight players will compete on day three, with the winner being determined via a checkmate format. 

Points are awarded per placement in each game played, with eight points awarded to first place in a lobby and one point earned by the player who comes in eighth. The total prize pool for TFT Worlds is $300,000, with first-place taking home $48,000.

Update April 27, 12pm CT: Updated with new information from Riot