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Everything to know about the TFT Fates Championship

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A total of 24 Teamfight Tactics tacticians will compete on the world stage in April for the Fates Championship title and a piece of the $250,000 prize pool. 

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Riot Games will host the second TFT global championship from April 7 to 9. A total of 24 players will get the chance to compete in the Fates Championship, earning their seats at the event through a number of qualifier tournaments and the regional finals.

Standings and format rules for the TFT North American regional qualifiers leading up to the NA Regional Finals can be found here

Who’s competing in the TFT Fates Championship?

A total of eight regions will have representation at the TFT Fates Championship.

EU/CIS/TUR (six total competitors)

  • EU Pas De Bol
  • EU Lyyyress
  • EU Bränk
  • EU ZyKOo
  • EU Ginggg
  • EU Lallana

NA (four players)

  • Mismatched Socks
  • Kurumx
  • DQA
  • RamKev

OCE (one player)

  • Razza

CN (five players)

  • Juanzi
  • Huanmie
  • Luoyi
  • Kezi
  • Saopimi

KR (three players)

  • Palchaseon
  • Ting Ding
  • Gangcheondung

JP (one player)

  • Yatsuhashi

BR (two players)

  • Shinri
  • Narkesh

LA (two players)

  • GOAT Lion
  • PieHat

What’s the format?

Expanding upon the format from the TFT Galaxies Championship, the Fates Championship will showcase a new Swiss format for the three days of competition. 

  • Day one: A total of 24 players will compete in three lobbies with the top 16 points earners advancing to day two.
  • Day two: The top 16 players from day one will compete in two lobbies with the top eight points earners advancing to the day three finals.
  • Day three: Eight players will battle it out in the finals to try to earn 18 points. Upon reaching 18 points, the competitor to finish first in the next lobby will take home the TFT Fates Championship title. 

How are the earnings divided?

Every tactician competing will earn a piece of the total $250,000 prize pool. 

  • First: $41,500
  • Second: $26,000
  • Third: $18,000
  • Fifth: $14,000
  • Sixth: $13,000
  • Seventh: $12,000
  • Eighth: $11,000
  • Ninth: $9,500
  • 10th: $9,000
  • 11 to12: $8,000
  • 13 to 14: $7,000
  • 15 to 16: $6,000
  • 17 to 18: $5,500
  • 19 to 20: $5,000
  • 21 to 22: $4,500
  • 23 to 24: $4,000

Is there broadcast coverage?

A live coverage stream from April 7 to 9 will take place on YouTube and Twitch, along with individual streams from the players. The broadcast for Fates Worlds will start at 7am CT each of the three days.

We will update this article with new information regarding the TFT Fates World Championship.

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Danny has been writing for Dot Esports for over five years, first as a freelancer and now as a staff writer. He is the lead beat writer for Magic: The Gathering and Teamfight Tactics. Danny is also a solid Monopoly GO player, having beaten every main event without spending a dime. When Danny isn't writing or gaming, he's chilling by the water in Spacecoast Florida with his family and friends. He's always got a tan, because touching grass is important, and loves playing strategic digital and tabletop games. Past outlets Danny has written for include TheGamer and ScreenRant.